Latest from Gene Marks

The Trump administration is about to kill a rule that helps foreign entrepreneurs in the U.S.

It's estimated that 3,000 entrepreneurs could take advantage of this rule annually, but the Trump administration says that existing visa programs are sufficient to support immigrant entrepreneurs.

May 31, 2018

Another side effect of higher minimum wages: Lower health-care benefits

A new study found evidence that employers who raised their employees' minimum hourly wages also reduced the amount they paid for health-care benefits to cover those added costs.

May 30, 2018

It’s getting harder to buy a puppy in the U.K.

The push to ban puppy mills is also gaining attention among advocates in the United States.

May 29, 2018

More than half of law firms say their partners aren’t busy enough

Many law firms still aren't preparing for the future.

May 24, 2018

Drugs in the workplace are at their highest levels in a decade

A study suggests more people are using cocaine in parts of the country, with rates of use rising significantly for the fifth year.

May 22, 2018

A huge European security regulation that affects many U.S. companies takes effect this week

Small businesses, nonprofits, research firms and solo entrepreneurs — wherever they’re located — are also subject to these rules.

May 21, 2018

The SBA restores its website content aimed at LGBT business owners

After lawmakers press the issue, the material is restored online

May 18, 2018

Some small businesses in the U.K. (and the U.S.) are having a very royal time

Some agencies are estimating that the event could contribute as much as $108 million to the U.K. economy.

May 17, 2018

A minor league baseball team demonstrates how not to market to millennials

Fans were encouraged to “bring their own coloring books and colored pencils in case the game is too stressful and they need to find an escape."

May 16, 2018

Is your open plan office promoting sexism?

A recent study says that this kind of layout may be “subtly sexist.”

May 15, 2018