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Evelyn (Evie) Stevens left investment banking to become a professional cyclist.
Maggie Wilderotter, Frontier Communications, talks about her family's wine business.
Asia is racing ahead of Europe in the venture capital stakes, with some $10.1 billion flowing into the region, but is it too much?
Escaping war-torn El Salvador, Maria Rios persevered in the male-dominant waste-removal sector to eventually launch a $30M trash empire.
Maria Rios is the President and CEO of Nation Waste, Inc., the first female Hispanic owned waste removal company in the U.S.
There’s a new bartender on the start-up block, and she's shaking up hard lemonade.
There's a new bartender on the start-up block, and she's shaking up hard lemonade.
The growing number of entrepreneurial disruptors are accelerating China's shift toward a more consumer-based business model.
Jeremy Liew is a Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, discusses the pushback on some new technologies, and the role government can play.
After quitting a well-paying job as a venture capitalist, Michelle Lam starts True & Co., a bra company created to reshape the century old under garment.
As many firms look to snap up businesses in the hot merger and acquisitions market, one entrepreneur has founded a corporate matchmaking start-up.
Growing up poor with little opportunity didn't stop Boyce Muse from building a $20M concrete empire. His advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Boyce Muse is known as 'The King of Concrete.' His company, Muse Concrete Contractors, Inc., is the largest concrete contractor in Northern California and his journey to success is nothing short of remarkable.
Esther Dyson, EDventure Holdings chairman, shares her thoughts on volatility and market valuations among startups and hones in on Uber. Also Dyson weighs in on the "sharing economy."
Watch VitaPerk founder pitch his start-up in just 60 seconds to CNBC's "Power Pitch" panel.
In her first speech laying out an economic agenda, Hillary Clinton questioned the growing "gig" or sharing economy.
Aiming to remove the distractions of home and cafes, some freelancers and entrepreneurs are turning to office space sharing.
Comic Con is showcasing women's fashion, including a company that nets millions by selling comic-based clothes to fan girls.
One entrepreneur is lighting up the social networking space by combining tech with a love for cannabis.
Isaac Dietrich, CEO of MassRoots, a social networking app for cannabis users, pitches his company to investor and Shark Tank regular Kevin O'Leary.