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Impact Investing No Longer Reserved for Country Club Crowd

Impact investing used to be reserved for wealthy accredited investors, but it is now available to investors of all stripes, said Fran Seegull, Chief Investment Officer for ImpactAssets.

Corinthian Colleges Ceased Operations on 28 Physical Campuses

Corinthian Colleges, a for profit educational institution, says it has stopped all instruction at is 28 remaining physical campuses.

Domino’s Pizza CEO Takes Us Inside the State of the Pizza Industry

There is way more going on in the business of selling pizza nowadays than the appearance of skinny pies with funky ingredients.

Business Owners Upbeat About Hiring Trends and the Economy

A global survey by Entrepreneurs' Organization shows most business owners are upbeat about the economy and plan to hire more full-time employees.

Companies Have Secured $1.8 Billion in Funding at SXSW

The annual SXSW Interactive technology festival has become a breeding ground for promising startups destined to soar.

President Obama Calls for More Training, Hiring of Tech Workers

President Barack Obama will announce an initiative today to train and hire more workers in technology.

Small Business Job Growth Kicks Off 2015 on an Upswing: Paychex/IHS Index

The Paychex/IHS Small Business Jobs Index grew 0.09% in January, representing the strongest one-month gain since the national index peaked in April 2014.

Radioshack Faces Delisting and Possible Fire Sale of Store Locations

The New York Stock Exchange is moving to delist Radioshack.....It's today's chart of the day.

Vimeo CEO Says Could Hit 200M Viewers a Month by Summer

Right now, Vimeo reaches about 170 million viewers around the world every month and Trainor says he expects that to reach 200 million by this summer.

Is Kohl's at Risk of Unwrapping a Lump of Coal for Investors?

Kohl's is struggling, while Target and J.C. Penney are experiencing revivals of sorts.