Small Business

Daymond John Photo by Greg Doherty As the U.S.-China trade war continues to evolve, many small business owners are growing increasingly unsettled by a fickle economy and fearful of what some believe is a looming recession. A recent CNBC|SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey found that confidence among small business owners has dropped to its lowest level
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KM4 | Getty Images They brew beer, make musical instruments, publish children’s books and design headphones. Their industries are diverse, but they all have something in common: They represent American small and medium-sized businesses that rely on China either for production or essential equipment. And they are dreading President Donald Trump’s latest round of tariffs
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Beer being poured at Night Shift Brewing. Source: Night Shift Brewing Collin Castore started selling beer out of coolers in parking lots at Grateful Dead concerts. It was the mid-1990s and craft beer was a small niche market. While most people were drinking big labels like Budweiser and Miller, Grateful Dead fans had a taste
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Employees at Willson Electronics manufacturing facility in St. George, Utah. Source: Wilson Electronics Bruce Lancaster is confident his company can beat any competitor. The problem, he says, is that Wilson Electronics is fighting an uphill battle against several Chinese companies that do not respect intellectual property laws and don’t play by the rules. “These Chinese
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