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.
It’s not quite “business as usual” at the Paulding County Chamber of Commerce — but it’s definitely busy right now. With more than a dozen 3D printers running 24 hours a day, the Chamber has become a full-fledged production plant.
E-Tran, the Small Business Administration's electronic system used to help process applications for government-backed aid, has suffered glitches amid the first wave of applicants.
Many families may rely on credit cards to get through this tough time, but know that credit card companies are very likely about to lower your credit limit. This happened to most of us during the recession in 2008. That $3,000 card limit card was suddenly $1,500.
Many small businesses are trying to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, some forced to lay off workers, shutter their doors, with no luck getting federal assistance. But financial experts say there are some ways to keep the cash coming in even if you’re not getting a lifeline from the government.
Some local businesses owners in Atlanta say they are in no rush to reopen their doors, despite the announcement from Governor Brian Kemp Monday afternoon.
From flying through space to transforming into B-movie monsters, a local board game company is providing plenty of ways to "escape" without ever leaving the house.
The nearly $350 billion financial lifeline meant to save America’s small businesses is empty and waiting for a federal re-fill.
Independent bookstores are taking "novel approaches" to selling books in this new age of social distancing.
Cooper plans on continuing to purchase bulk amounts of ice cream and deliver the treats to vulnerable populations and those on the front lines, already making pit stops at several local police and fire stations.
Opening the Mom's The Word maternity store on Sacramento Street in San Francisco 23 years ago wasn't easy, say the owners.