Small Business

Walgreens has been training and employing neurodiverse workers since 2007. “What we do know, from data and research, is that this is the highest unemployed demographic in the country,” Carlos Cubia, global chief diversity officer at Walgreens Boots Alliance, said of workers with disabilities. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images When Cornelia Quinn, co-founder of Go-Be,
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Hopkinsville Brewing Company co-owner Kate Russell, pictured to the right of co-worker Joey Medeiros, said the business has had to raise prices due to inflation. Mary Katherine Russell Small business owners have had a few rough years. First, the Covid-19 pandemic caused many to lose revenue. Now, they’re dealing with higher costs as inflation rises.
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Roger Ferguson Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images Anyone who read a Fed chair coining the term “soft-ish” for an economic landing, as Jerome Powell did on Wednesday, as a bullish signal, has a transitory understanding of how much significance to give to any single day’s trading action. Stocks tanked on Thursday after the
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The Tally 3.0 autonomous mobile robot scans inventory in a grocery store. Simbe Robotics Automation and robotics are typically associated with multi-million budgets at multi-billion dollar companies. But as the cost of technology has come down, it’s become more affordable to smaller companies — even small businesses.    Outside of Atlanta in Jonesboro, Georgia, THAT
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As main street businesses are continuing to make a comeback post-pandemic, they’re facing down the triple threat of supply chain headwinds, labor constraints and historic inflation. For some, borrowing to invest, grow, or simply stay afloat, is top of mind. Data from Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Business Voices “Small Businesses on the Brink” survey finds
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