Resources devoted to doing business in the United States.
Better Business Bureau:
BBB reports provide information on over 2.5 million organisations. It's a good idea to
check before you invest or give. If you think that a company or charity has treated you
unfairly, file a complaint online.
Yellow Pages directory service with millions of business and residential listings
nation-wide. Here you can find yellow pages phone listings, directions, online shopping
sites, maps, and addresses for local or national businesses.
Chicago Board of Trade:
The Chicago Board of Trade, established in 1848, is a leading futures and futures-options
exchange. More than 3,600 CBOT member/stockholders trade 50 different futures and options
products at the CBOT by open auction and electronically.
Department of Commerce:
The U.S. Department of Commerce is one of the most diverse Federal departments, both in
terms of its mission and the information it provides to the public.
Small Business Administration:
Since 1958, SBA's venture capital program has put more than $30 billion into the hands of
small business owners to finance their growth.
U.S. Copyright Office:
Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States to the authors
of original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and
certain other intellectual works.
United States Patent and Trademark
Through the registration of trademarks, the agency assists businesses in protecting their
investments, promoting goods and services, and safeguarding consumers against confusion
and deception in the marketplace.
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