Entrepreneurial

Small business owners feeling glum about economy: poll

October 18, 2012

President Barack Obama called them the “engines of growth” in a debate this week against Mitt Romney, but small businesses are feeling decidedly glum about the broader economy and more than half of them have no plans to hire anytime soon.

Swing state small businesses could loom large

October 17, 2012

In a very close presidential election race, small businesses in swing states could decide who wins or loses.

Small tech CEOs say Romney better for the economy: survey

October 5, 2012

Regardless of who won the presidential debate, the majority of executives from small technology firms would feel better if Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney wins next month’s general election.

Are patent reforms good for small businesses?

By Guest Contributor
September 19, 2011

– Cynthia Hsu is a contributor to FindLaw’s Free Enterprise blog. FindLaw is a Thomson Reuters publication. –

Small businesses need cash, not rhetoric

September 16, 2010

– George A. Cloutier, a graduate of Harvard Business School, is the founder and CEO of American Management Services, one of the Nation’s largest turnaround and management services firms specializing in small and mid-size companies. He is also the author of the bestselling book, “Profits Aren’t Everything, They’re the Only Thing”. The opinions expressed are his own. –

Save the pelicans and small businesses

June 29, 2010

– George A. Cloutier is the founder and CEO of American Management Services and the author of the bestselling book “Profits Aren’t Everything, They’re the Only Thing”. The opinions expressed are his own. –

What the healthcare bill means for small businesses

By Reuters Staff
March 22, 2010

– Christa Rapoport is the chief compliance officer for independent benefits consulting and brokerage firm Corporate Synergies Group, Inc. The views expressed are her own. –

The stimulus plan: A year later

By Reuters Staff
March 12, 2010

– By Rosalind Resnick. This article originally appeared on Entrepreneur.com

A healthcare proposal too big to succeed

By A. G. Newmyer
February 25, 2010

– A. G. “Terry” Newmyer is a serial entrepreneur and the former founding chairman of The Fair Care Foundation, a patient-advocacy group focused on health insurance. The views expressed are his own. –

Entrepreneur designs own bailout package

February 19, 2010

A. G. Newmyer said slapping the slogan “Too Big To Fail” on the front of a pair of men’s underpants was not meant to mock the government bailout packages extended to the financial and automotive sectors.