People have always asked around for recommendations before they do business. After all, they work hard for their money. They want to know they're spending it in a place that will give them what they expect at a fair price. Once upon a time, they might have approached a neighbor to ask where they should eat dinner or what contractor they should hire.
Could the only child of music legend Elvis Presley actually be just about broke?
Finding out that your business is the focus of a lawsuit is enough to make any small business owner feel sick. A lawsuit can make you feel like everything you've worked so hard to build could be swept away all at once.
Mistakes are part of the process of starting a new business -- but some mistakes can end your dreams before they really get started.
Shootings in high schools and other places have been the focus of a lot of controversy -- which means that everyone in the news industry is looking for a spin that will attract interest. One high-profile site, the InfoWars blog run by controversial conspiracy-theorist Alex Jones, may have gone a little too far, however, and defamed an innocent man.
Restraint clauses are a necessary item in most contracts with highly-placed employees and contractors. They set boundaries and protect the legitimate interests of a business.
If you run a business, it's probably no surprise that happy employees make for a better business. The power of happiness can manifest itself in productivity increases up to 12 percent.
Florida businesses are suffering from an epidemic of lawsuits -- but they finally have access to a way to inoculate themselves.
While a sour, grumbling, resentful and endlessly aggrieved employee is often played for laughs in television and movies, they're real problems in the actual business world.
A company can't just turn over everything in its databases because they've been hit with a discovery order in a lawsuit. Only relevant information should be turned over in order to make certain that the company is both protected from unnecessary exposure and to keep down final costs -- the more documents that the opposing counsel has to filter through, the higher legal fees are going to ultimately be for both sides.