Women who own businesses find bank loans harder to get

Getting a bank loan is still a struggle for many women who own businesses.

Redesign, move, declutter _ businesses fix workspace issues

October 11
Triangle Pest Control's original workspace was a 2,000-square-foot garage housing 25 people — the technicians who did the bug control work, as well as all the sales and support staffers. It was hard for employees to handle phone calls when everyone sat so close together.

Where Americans lost jobs: Restaurants and retailers

October 6
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma hit employment restaurants and bars especially hard in September.
Jobs
October 4

Learning curve: Hard lessons for businesses in hurricanes

Harvey, Irma and Maria have taught small business owners that disaster planning is more than just evacuating and trying to mitigate physical damage — it's also about the "what ifs."
Business
October 4

Learning curve: Hard lessons for businesses in hurricanes

Harvey, Irma and Maria have taught small business owners that disaster planning is more than just evacuating and trying to mitigate physical damage — it's also about the "what ifs."
Jobs
October 4

Learning curve: Hard lessons for businesses in hurricanes

Harvey, Irma and Maria have taught small business owners that disaster planning is more than just evacuating and trying to mitigate physical damage — it's also about the "what ifs."
Jobs
October 4

Learning curve: Hard lessons for businesses in hurricanes

Harvey, Irma and Maria have taught small business owners that disaster planning is more than just evacuating and trying to mitigate physical damage — it's also about the "what ifs."
Jobs
October 4

Learning curve: Hard lessons for businesses in hurricanes

Harvey, Irma and Maria have taught small business owners that disaster planning is more than just evacuating and trying to mitigate physical damage — it's also about the "what ifs."
September 27

At risk?: Equifax hack has businesses uneasy about security

The Equifax breach is reminding small business owners that they may be vulnerable to cybercriminals.
September 27

At risk?: Equifax hack has businesses uneasy about security

The Equifax breach is reminding small business owners that they may be vulnerable to cybercriminals.
September 27

At risk?: Equifax hack has businesses uneasy about security

The Equifax breach is reminding small business owners that they may be vulnerable to cybercriminals.
September 27

At risk?: Equifax hack has businesses uneasy about security

The Equifax breach is reminding small business owners that they may be vulnerable to cybercriminals.
September 26

Interior chief's loyalty comments draw widespread criticism

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke faced a storm of criticism Tuesday after he said nearly one-third of employees at his department are not loyal to him and President Donald Trump.
September 26

Texas man's behavior prompted 911 call prior to killing of 8

Police records show a Texas man's behavior at a Dallas-area bar prompted employees to call 911 but it wasn't soon enough to prevent him from going to his estranged wife's home and fatally shooting her and seven others.
September 26

Convicted Ohio Craigslist killer of 3 questions evidence

The evidence against an Ohio man accused of killing three down-and-out men lured by fake Craigslist job offers wasn't strong enough to convict him, according to attorneys fighting the defendant's death sentence.
September 26

The Latest: Court weighs death sentence for killer of 3

The Latest on arguments before the Ohio Supreme Court about the death sentence given a man convicted of killing three people by luring them with fake job offers posted on Craigslist (all times local):
September 25

Zinke: One-third of Interior employees not loyal to Trump

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Monday that nearly one-third of employees at his department are not loyal to him and President Donald Trump, adding that he is working to change the department's regulatory culture to be more business friendly.
September 25

Church used unemployment scam to stoke funds, ex-members say

When Randy Fields' construction company faced potential ruin because of the cratering economy, he pleaded with his pastor at Word of Faith Fellowship church to reduce the amount of money he was required to tithe every week.
September 24

Convicted Craigslist killer appeals death sentence

A man convicted of killing three down-and-out men lured by bogus Craigslist job offers is appealing his death sentence to Ohio's highest court.
September 20

Epidemic at work?: Businesses forced to deal with drug abuse

The epidemic of drug use in the U.S. is forcing many small business owners to think about what they would do if they suspect an employee is abusing drugs or alcohol.
September 20

UPS will hire about 95,000 extra workers for holiday season

UPS is gearing up for holiday deliveries.United Parcel Service Co. said Wednesday that it plans to hire about 95,000 workers to handle the surge in…
September 20

Epidemic at work?: Businesses forced to deal with drug abuse

After a troubled youth himself, Phillip Cohen made it a practice to hire people at his woodworking business who have also struggled with addiction and mental health issues. But when an employee died from a drug overdose, he adopted a zero-tolerance policy.
September 13

Target stocks up on staff, raising holiday hiring 40 percent

Target is stocking its stores and warehouses with even more extra staff this holiday shopping season, hoping to win customers with easy-to-find goods and fast service.