The group of water boys who started hustling together on Atlanta's Northside Drive turned their work selling bottles on the corner into a full business.
The White House used the visit to say that there have been 16 million applications to start new businesses during the first three years of Biden's presidency.
Surveillance footage captured the bold thefts, with an ex-employee allegedly involved in the second incident.
Retails at Forsyth County's Halcyon are ready to make holiday shopping a breeze for customers this season.
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Atlanta's oldest roller skate and skateboard shop is planning to close its doors for good after 44 years in business.
As National Black Business Month comes to a close, FOX 5 is taking a look at the state of Black-owned businesses in the metro Atlanta area.
There may only be one more night of Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour in Atlanta, but the pop star has already made a big impact on a dozen of the city's small businesses.
Brides and grooms getting ready to tie the knot are now in a bind after a well-known wedding dress and tuxedo business went under.
There's a new task force in Roswell that will take a closer look at a plan to turn a part of Canton Street into a walking promenade.
Customers are left scrambling after a local mom-and-pop jewelry shop shuts down.
The plan to turn a busy section of a Roswell street into a walking promenade has been paused.
“I always try to bring international flavors into my bakery," says Rana Obeidat, owner of Sugar n' Proof in Braselton.
Business owners and other stakeholders along Canton Street are rejoicing over news that traffic will keep flowing.
An Austell business was forced to close its doors Tuesday after heavy rain moved through the area.
It’s been two weeks since a West Midtown bridal store announced its closing.
According to the National Retail Federation, Americans are expected to spend a record $35.7 billion on Mother's Day this year. And the most popular gift? Flowers.
“We have been eating those cost for so long, and now it was clear that we couldn’t eat them any longer,” the Manuel's Tavern owner Brian Maloof told FOX 5.
"It is not about padding our pockets, but ensuring our future survival," the tavern's owner said in an open letter posted online.
Chantel Powell, who is the CEO of Play Pits, still remembers the 3 a.m. phone call that changed her life in early September 2022.