New York Times - Small Business
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Two sisters in Brooklyn help black residents whose families have been shattered by violence navigate their most painful moments.
Stocksy, an online photo stock site, is an example of start-ups that aim to treat their professionals as owners rather than as freelance labor.
Video game as sweaty regression.
Faced with an influx of Syrian refugees, a conservative neighborhood in Istanbul struggles with the question of what it means to be a Turk.
As demand for local and organic produce has ballooned in the last five years, so have other ideas for connecting farmers to customers.
Owners should run businesses as if they could be bought at any moment, but not rush the process once a deal is made, experts say.
Founders of family-run businesses need to bring on the next generation and let it experiment, as well as know when to let go, experts say.
Redfin, a Seattle company that considers itself a real estate and tech company, has challenged the conventions of both by hiring full-time agents.
The pants and button-downs by Emily Adams Bode began as bedspreads — or grain sacks or uncut dish towels.
Now there is an easier and more efficient way to connect doctors with new patients who seek plastic surgery.
The author of “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” is embarking on a new venture: training an army of emissaries to declutter the American home.
It’s the kind of choice that climate change will be forcing over and over.
Two French entrepreneurs are using food to try to change perceptions of immigrants.
The influence of black-owned media companies on black culture is diminishing. Companies are smaller and lack the financial resources to compete in the media landscape.
The state has spent tens of millions of dollars promoting the initiative, promising that it would generate more than 4,100 jobs by the end of 2020.
Homepolish is a custom design service started by Noa Santos, who wanted to make interior design expertise more available and cost-effective.
LED lighting and short growing periods have helped the rise of indoor farming, but scaling up is tougher.
They’re not cheaters. Instead, they hone the sharpest (legal) edge they can.
The Democratic congressman from California on the unsatisfactory Republican response to Orlando, loving Congress and the importance of grammar.
The main goal of Hillary Clinton’s plan is to broaden the job-creating benefits of technology.