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Building and coding is as cool if not cooler than growing up to be a princess or pop star, says Debbie Sterling, GoldieBlox founder & CEO, talking about her goal to tackle toy stereotypes for girls.
Many of America's most successful food truck owners are now building restaurant empires. How did they do it?
When food trucks began popping up in US cities more than a decade ago, no one expected this craze would turn into a billion-dollar industry.
Young people are flocking to start-ups, but recent data doesn't match the entrepreneurial spirit. Something's wrong in the start-up world.
Insight to the "unicorn party" in the start-up world, and whether Twitter might get bought up, with Kevin Ryan, DoubleClick & Gilt founder.
Entrepreneur Saleem Khatri co-founded a start-up targeting novice investors who want help trading.
Watch Instavest co-founder Salim Khatri pitch his start-up in just 60-seconds to a panel of experts. Does his company have what it takes to be the next big thing?
This web designer has an idea for a better bra. Is it good enough to quit her day job over? Carol Roth weighs in.
Bill Rancic, "The Apprentice" winner and celebrity entrepreneur, discusses the final three contenders in “Quickbooks' Small Business Big Game” contest.
One couple has high hopes that their cannabis start-up has what it takes to be the next big thing.
Small business Babyscripts is connecting expecting mothers and doctors through an app.
Watch SpeedWeed co-founders Jen and AJ Gentile roll out their business model that's bringing LA residents pot on demand.
Steve Aoki, DJ and entrepreneur, discusses the convergence between tech talent and music innovation.
Is this flight attendant on to something with bringing fingerprint door locks to the U.S.? Carol Roth weighs in.
Tristan Walker, Walker & Company CEO, discusses the Bevel shaving system designed to prevent razor bumps. Also Walker discusses raising money and diversity in Silicon Valley.
Troy Carter, Atom Company CEO & founder, discusses where he is seeing opportunities in startups.
Shuler’s was operating as a mom-and-pop BBQ restaurant in South Carolina when an investor came in and persuaded them to take some risks. Since then business has grown beyond their wildest dreams.
KoreConX boss Oscar Jofre tells how crowdfunded businesses can manage shareholders' expectations by communicating, issuing ownership certificates, and holding AGMs using technology.
Gabe Blanchet, co-founder and CEO of Grove, delivers his 60 second pitch to a panel of experts.
Hedge funder Michael Berkowitz had an idea to make a better men's coat. Is it good enough to leave Wall Street? Carol Roth has an answer.