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  • Small business owner

    Lower revenues and a dip in credit expectations contributed to the decline in small business confidence, Wells Fargo said.

  • Middle-aged entertainer bowing Act 2

    These five entrepreneurs took big risks with their second-career choices, but these gutsy decisions paid off.

  • Leaving Wall Street for a better workout

    Gregg Arsenuk gave up Wall Street to pursue his passion for working out. In 2008, he founded Guerrilla Fitness CrossFit Montclair. There are now 4 gym locations in NJ with plans to open more. Arsenuk's career change is featured on Escaping the Cube.

  • Channeling parking ticket rage into app millions

    Thousands of dollars in parking tickets got two entrepreneurs thinking. Now Chicago-based SpotHero is simplifying parking pain for drivers nationwide.

  • Godrej: The time is ripe for Indian entrepreneurs

    Adi Godrej, chairman of Godrej Group, says aspiring entrepreneurs should seize the opportunity as the Indian economy sets sail on a strong growth path.

  • Meet the man behind hotel giant Minor International

    In this preview of "Entrepreneur Asia: Power Players", William Heinecke, chairman and CEO of Minor International, tells CNBC about his route to entrepreneurial success.

  • Doughbies cookies.

    Start-up Doughbies delivers cookies on demand in the San Francisco area.

  • A cocktail with liquor ice cubes.

    Beyond Zero founder Jason Sherman pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.

  • Alcohol in the rocks

    Beyond Zero founder Jason Sherman pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.

  • A fix to high heels that could help millions of women stay on their feet

    Entrepreneur Ilene Greenberg says to stop the pain of high heels, you need to fix the shoe not the foot. She shows off her high-tech, low-pain heels to CNBC.

  • Start-up words to live by from entrepreneurs

    Start-ups at the eMerge Americas conference in Miami share critical advice they wish someone would have told the before launching their companies.

  • Needle-free insulin patch

    CNBC's Melissa Lee speaks to Devon Grimme, Prometheon Pharma director of business, about a new patch that could end needle injections for people with diabetes.

  • Boomer-preneurs own it

    Entrepreneurs aged 45-54 launched more businesses than younger counterparts in the past few years, with CNBC's Kate Rogers.

  • 11-year-old fashion designer rocks the runway

    Ariel Swedroe wowed the audience with her high-tech designs at the eMerge Americas conference in Miami. Here's how she blends art and fashion.

  • Zumba creator Beto Perez

    Hispanic businesses are growing at a fast rate as more immigrants try to seize the American dream. These trailblazers are success stories.

  • Miami, Florida.

    A city known for bringing the heat, this Latin hub is building a high-tech ecosystem to help innovative start-ups grow up.

  • Best cities for start-ups

    These heartland cities are the best for entrepreneurs.

  • Marcus Lemonis of CNBC's "The Profit" with Carolyn Devito, the owner of Unique Salon &Spa

    Small biz guru Marcus Lemonis points out critical errors that doom businesses—from balking on promises to being arrogant and not communicating.

  • David Byttow, chief executive of Secret

    Secret, an anonymous sharing app backed by Google Ventures and Ashton Kutcher, is shutting down and returning money to investors.

  • Dog enjoying treats at Protein for Pets.

    Protein for Pets founders Marco and Berenice Giannini pitch their start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.