If you're a small business owner, you know that disputes with suppliers, contractors, vendors and even customers can happen. That makes it important to understand the process of litigation — and how to best avoid it.
There are a lot of wildly-creative people out there with some great business ideas. If you happen to be one of them and are ready to start your own business, all you have to do is get a little funding.
If you own a business in California, you know that one of the most potentially complex aspects of operating your own company is effectively managing employment matters. If you have employees or expect to expand and hire additional help in the future, it is smart to know how to protect your interests as an employer. One way is through effective employment contracts.
A former Google employee has launched a class-action suit against the tech giant because he claims he was unfairly terminated for espousing the political views of a white male conservative.
Every business has to start somewhere -- Apple started in a garage and Facebook in a dorm room -- but it's important to look back at what went wrong and the mistakes that were made by startups that have gone before you so that you avoid some of the same problems.