When Dan Price said he would set a minimum salary of $70K for his 120 employees, he didn’t foresee the turmoil it would cause, NYT reports.» Read More
Marcus presents new packaging for the Eco Me line of products ... and clashes with his new partner, Robin. She doesn't like it because she thinks it's "too mass market" - which is exactly what Marcus is aiming for.
Jen is in charge of sales for Eco Me and in Marcus' view, she presents one the biggest challenges. Is she ready to sell her products?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks with Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL and CEO of Revolution, about the news Tim Armstrong allegedly fired a Patch employee, as well as his thoughts on immigration reform, and entrepreneurship outside of Silicon Valley.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides some analysis on how the "Silicon strip" matches up against other U.S cities. Zappos CEO is betting big on Las Vegas.
Marcus Lemonis, "The Profit", previews the newest episode of "The Profit" airing tonight at 10p. And Michael Sobon, Pudsters founder, pitches his new burger joint.
Chris Schroeder, Author of 'Startup Rising', highlights how entrepreneurship in the Middle East is booming, with technology startups leading the way.
From stocks to scoops. Wall Street trader Jon Snyder dreamt of doing something else. Snyder discusses his exquisite gelato business, with some 250 flavors.
E-hailing company Hailo is building a social network in an unlikely place—the front seat of a cab. Hailo CEO Jay Bregman gives his take on the future for passengers and drivers.
William Aulet, Martin Trust for Entreprenuership, MIT, discusses what it takes to be an entrepreneur and how people come up with breakthrough ideas. The data shows people are better off in their second ventures, he says.
Isaiah Cox, WheelTug CEO, explains how his new electric taxi system for commercial jets could save airlines up to $1.1 million per plane per year, and provide a greener future in travel.
In tonight's all-new episode of "The Profit," Marcus Lemonis, explains how he tries to turnaround a struggling florist.
Quirky CEO and founder Ben Kaufman explains how his manufacturing company helps businesses fund the invention process and demonstrates several of this season's top gadgets.
So what separates the winners from the losers? In some regards, it's as simple as seeing a great opportunity, seizing it and putting it into action with hard work.
John Sculley, Misfit Wearables co-founder, and Sunny Vu, Misfit Wearables CEO, discuss the launch of a new wireless fitness device which helps users track activity.
In hard times, discretionary items are the first to get axed from the budget. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis takes a look at the local florist market.
Every brand wants to go viral, but few actually know how to tweak Internet weather patterns to create a "Sharknado." One guy thinks he knows the key: Hundreds of T-shirts.
Manuel Medina, GroupTalent CEO, explains how his company allows workers to search for a new job without letting their current boss find out.
Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up founder & CEO, discusses the growing competition in the private jet industry and shares his plans to take private air travel to the next level by making it more affordable than ever.
The perception that I can get any film made is not true, said filmmaker Spike Lee discussing his plans to raise $1.25 million in 30 days to fund his next feature length film.
Bill Rancic, "The Apprentice" 1st season winner, discusses the challenges of small business owners to take their companies to the next level, and reveals his plans to team up with Intuit to launch a program designed to give small businesses a voice.