The move to rename Russian-associated cocktails follows boycotts of Russian products by some retailers, following the country's Ukraine invasion.
People who earned extra income selling on sites like eBay, Facebook, and Poshmark will have to pay taxes on any revenue over $600 a year.
The Folly restaurant, which is located 15 km from the border of Romania, is serving Ukrainian refugees free meals indefinitely amid a Russian invasion.
Instead of a discount, I offer a payment plan option and explain why my rates are what they are, says entrepreneur Jen Glantz.
In honor of Black History Month, 29 Black entrepreneurs discuss what it's like to be an entrepreneur today, the legacies of the past, and the path forward.
The artists at Rocky Canyon Tileworks grout and glaze these nature-scene mosaics by hand in the mountains near Boise, Idaho.
Joi Wade started making videos on YouTube. Today she's the founder of Joiful Bee and has 123,000 subscribers on YouTube.
Jennifer Goff, the founder of Skip The Line, started her business offering to hold spaces for people outside a "Game of Thrones" pop-up bar.
It's important to set boundaries between personal and business conversations, says Shanea Leven, and schedule downtime for shared hobbies.
Don't ask the chef to hide an engagement ring in your food — restaurant veteran Ashley Schuering said no one wants to handle the liability.
Steven Peisach and his cousin have been gearing up for love season since October and earmarked 30,000 heart-shaped roses from their family farm.
"When we stand our ground on policies, we do it to survive," store owner Chantell Nighswonger told Insider. "We don't have big-box financial buffer."
Some clients want their letters to be more erotic, Rich Smith says, while others want a more tender letter or a marriage-saver letter.
Only 5.5% of businesses shrank their office space, according to BLS data. But a lot of companies are looking to redesign with hybrid work in mind.
Shaan Patel used $3,000 in extra scholarship money to start Prep Expert, a digital course company that helps students raise their SAT and ACT scores.
"We're doing everything we can to succeed," bakeshop owner Justine Martin told Insider. "But it hasn't stopped getting harder for two years now."
Russell Adler was working at the Department of Defense when he realized he wanted to do something else. That something was founding Flintts Mints.
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