The head of the Dallas Federal Reserve certainly seems to like the findings of a new report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Foundation.
In the report released May 12, researchers examined the climate for small businesses in 10 American cities. Dallas, Texas was found to have the best overall score among the cities studied.
There's nothing like a surprise to get you started in the morning. Perhaps that's what President George W. Bush had in mind when he popped out from behind a stage curtain in Dallas this week.
There is a general perception today that the typical entrepreneur is a 20-something tech wiz who builds a million-dollar social application out of his parent’s garage or college dorm room.
There is a strange phenomenon occurring in the United States. On the one hand, Americans have a long tradition of championing the entrepreneur, the underdog who strikes out alone and captures the American Dream.
A new report by the Kauffman Foundation finds that America’s economy is becoming less dynamic, dampening the country’s growth prospects at a time when its fiscal challenges are becoming more entrenched.