Small Business

Small business optimism showing early signs of slippage

Jan 21, 2019

The fears of a slowing economy that made investors dump stocks in recent months may be spreading to small business owners, a group that has been quite optimistic in recent years

Arizona is only state where tribes avoid Medicaid work rules

Jan 19, 2019

About 120,000 Arizonans who receive Medicaid benefits will have to get a job, do community service or temporarily lose health coverage

Neo-Nazi publisher ordered to turn over personal information

Jan 19, 2019

A judge has ordered the publisher of a neo-Nazi website to reveal his net worth and personal information in internet trolling lawsuit

On the shop floor, workers wonder what Brexit will bring

Jan 18, 2019

The anxiety over Brexit is palpable at Clarity-The Soap Co., a small business that has been forced to redirect time and energy to understand what could happen to its operations in case of a chaotic exit from the EU.

PG&E bankruptcy could mean price hikes, unpaid fire lawsuits

Jan 16, 2019

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pending bankruptcy is raising concern that prices will rise and victims of wildfires who are suing the nation's largest utility won't get all the money they may be owed

APNewsBreak: New pen may allow sale of horses for slaughter

Jan 15, 2019

The U.S. Forest Service has built a new corral in California that could allow it to bypass federal restrictions and lead to the slaughter of wild horses.

China to cut taxes, keep policy flexible to counter slowdown

Jan 15, 2019

China to cut taxes, keep policy flexible to counter slowdown

Faith-based shelter fights to keep out transgender women

Jan 12, 2019

A conservative Christian law firm will urge a U.S. judge to block Alaska's largest city from requiring a faith-based women's shelter to accept transgender women

Surgeons fear pelvic mesh lawsuits will spook patients

Jan 11, 2019

Doctors who specialize in female pelvic medicine are criticizing lawsuits by four states, including Washington and California, over products used to treat pelvic floor disorders

Teacher strike delayed in second-largest US school district

Jan 10, 2019

The union representing teachers in Los Angeles _ the nation's second-largest school district _ postponed the start of a strike until Monday because of the possibility of a court-ordered delay of a walkout

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