Workers at these companies can enjoy life outside of work.
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Over five decades, Jillali "Jim" Elidrissi has met lots of famous people. One celebrity encounter stands out.
Melissa Carbone, inventor of the profitable “Haunted Hayride” in LA and NYC talks to Kate Rogers about her business. Making the majority of her annual income in only 18 days during the month of October, Carbone has created a Halloween cult with the success of Haunted Hayrides.
Karen Lawson, CEO at Slingshot, talks about how her accelerator develops start-ups by connecting them with corporates.
Wayne Wang, CEO at Go People, talks about how his crowdsourcing platform helps to simplify the point-to-point delivery process.
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CNBC's Kate Roger's takes a tour with the CEO of Plank Industries Tom Geddes and talks about Under Amour CEO Kevin Plank’s commitment to Baltimore.
The city is betting billions on an entrepreneurial boom.
Led by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank and John Hopkins University, billions is being invested in Baltimore redevelopment projects and start-ups.
How Indra Nooyi and Hugh Johnston disagree without spooking their staff or their investors.
Grant Cardone amassed a fortune thanks to this tip from his mom.
Your debts don't disappear when you die. Here's who has to pay.
10 years ago, Indra Nooyi and her team predicted the move toward healthier snacks.
This tech start-up wants to do for legal marijuana what Keurig did for coffee.
Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll live-streamed a funeral, featuring appearances by their favorite stars.
The Knight Cities Challenge gives entrepreneurs a way to help local business and revive cities. More grant money is available now.
Edmund 'EQ' Sylvester started the Freedom Golf Association to help those with special needs benefit from the game.
If he could do it all over, the actor and filmmaker wouldn't use a financial adviser.