The Fitting Curve in Rockville Centre is the neighborhood lingerie shop you wished was up the block from you. It harkens back to an era when customer service meant when you entered a shop they knew your name. Kelly Saintus, Helene Delince and Stephanie Vincent are the shop's owners.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
The Small Business Administration and the Treasury Department are reviving the Paycheck Protection Program five months after its first two rounds of funding ended.
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy launched a fundraising effort with the nonprofit 30 Day Fund for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 called "The Barstool Fund, contributing $500,000 of his own money toward the effort.
New legislation would limit the fees that apps can charge restaurants through 2022 to allow them time to recover from the pandemic.
Teaching Toys business owner Marie Liburdi donates to The Bottomless Toy Chest after losing her business to COVID-19
The nor'easter slamming our area this evening doesn't mean food delivery workers have stopped
The impact of Wednesday's winter storm is being felt by small businesses across Long Island.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended economies in the United States and across the world.
The storied 21 Club in midtown Manhattan is closing indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, but its owners are optimistic about reopening at some point.
Shop Harlem runs all month.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has already forced more than 110,000 restaurants out of business this year, a new report from the National Restaurant Association suggests time is running out for thousands more.
This Black-owned Brooklyn business is thriving at a time when most small businesses are struggling to stay afloat.
Despite the city's outreach efforts, many business owners still have mixed feelings about the Open Storefronts program.
The music venue that helped launch the careers of artists like Lady Gaga is hanging on by a thread due to the financial strain of the pandemic.
John Kristiansen and Brian Blythe run a costume shop that has been hard-hit by the Broadway shutdown but they are innovating to survive and also help their competitors.
A social equity fee would help fund programs aimed at reducing racial disparities caused by drug laws.
This year, Small Business Saturday is aiming to provide critical help this holiday shopping season to small businesses struggling to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a big push this year to shop small and local as small businesses are looking to get all the help they can during the holiday shopping season.
Kam and Summer Johnson run their beekeeping and honey business from their home in a bucolic neighborhood in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. They named their Zach and Zoe Sweet Bee Farm after their children.