For some of you, your paychecks might be bigger because of President Trump’s new payroll tax deferment which started September 1st. But you really need to know that this is not free money.
The sci-fi and fantasy convention moved entirely online because of the pandemic, disappointing more than just participants, but also Downtown Atlanta businesses that largely exist because of massive events, such as Dragon Con.
Black Restaurant Week in Atlanta kicks off September 3 and runs until September 13. The coronavirus hit many restaurants hard and forced some businesses to shut their doors for good. Organizers hope this event is a boost in the right direction to get people to support those still open.
A Metro Atlanta man has transformed his Nitro Coffee business into something of a cafe-on-wheels.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recorded a 47.5% unemployment rate for the “Industries in the Personal and Laundry Services” in April 2020.
The coronavirus is notorious for drying up businesses, but a new survey found 75% of Black owned business owners have seen an increase in sales since the beginning of the summer.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Atlanta's Eventide Brewing is serving up plenty of beer -- and outdoor space -- as neighbors line up to support the brewery's Grant Park taproom.
Growing up in the Netherlands, Guido Vliegen made some sweet memories while eating stroopwafels.
An organization called “Count Me In” will soon give 19 minority and women business owners thousands of dollars to reinvigorate their companies in the midst of COVID-19.
After spending years as a national level figure competitor, Shirley Hughes says her own "cheat days" inspired her to create a business to help others indulge during theirs.
They say necessity is the mother of all invention. And for mother of three Carrie Hadley, the necessity was finding the right perfume.
Bill introduction comes as Congress, White House grapple with a fourth coronavirus aid package to help US economy.
A Decatur gelato shop is back open, just in time for another steamy summer here in North Georgia.
Business at Brasleton's Dickerson Bakery is thriving, thanks to its unique and family-friendly DIY cookie, cupcake, and cake pop kits.
The new Small Business Pulse Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau highlighted the impact COVID-19 is having on small U.S. stores, retailers and businesses.
Some small business owners are taking advantage of disinfectant services to make sure their employees and their customers are safe.
The employee retention credit is designed to encourage businesses to keep employees on their payroll, the IRS says.
Georgia may be open but many merchants and customers are not quite ready to go back to business as usual amid coronavirus concerns.
For families living paycheck-to-paycheck, paying rent was already a struggle. But the CARES Act, which provides protection from eviction right now, is a lifesaver for some but not most renters.