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As Colorado and Washington begin issuing licenses to see marijuana, a variety of entrepreneurs are growing new businesses related to pot and making millions, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
Nick Stone, co-founder of FIXR, says his new clubbing app could revolutionize nights out in London.
James King, the founder and chairman of Find Invest Grow (FIG), explains why it is easier to find entrepreneurs among students in U.S. universities than U.K. ones.
The Revolution Growth fund, started by the former AOL chairman, will invest $22 million in the restaurant chain.
The US was founded on entrepreneurial freedom but the entrepreneurial spirit in America is in jeopardy, Amway's chairman says.
Eric Schurenberg, INC. Editor-in-Chief reveals Inc. Magazine's entrepreneur of the year is Aaron Levie, Box co-founder and CEO.
A growing group of social and mobile Web services are poised to become the next Facebook. Just ask them.
As the SEC grapples with rules for crowdfunding, many small businesses, including an Indiana craft distillery, are gearing up for a new way to raise capital.
The website Poets & Quants has compiled its first list of the leading 100 companies started by MBAs in the last five years.
SoFi co-founders and VPs James Finnigan and Dan Macklin, discuss how they're shaking up the student loan market.
Okta co-founder & COO Frederic Kerrest, says his company has developed a product that allows for one password per person for all the apps within one corporation. Okta is also working to help the consumer.
Jarret Hamstreet, Post.bid.ship president & CEO, discusses his family's business which matches shipments with available trucks. "About half of the freight that moves through our company is through the food and beverage industry," he says.
Entrepreneurial activity is bubbling up around the globe—from Africa to South America—as more governments look for avenues of economic growth.
As Seen on TV Chairman Kevin Harrington discusses the new crowdfunding platform. The crowd will participate in the process of choosing the best products to focus on, and the company will take advance orders on some products.
Software maker Intuit launched a competition to showcase small businesses. "The Apprentice" winner Bill Rancic shares the 4 top small business finalists who will have a chance at winning a fully paid and produced 30-second commercial during the 2014 Super Bowl.
Oisin Hanrahan, Handybook CEO & co-founder, explains how his startup service can help users easily locate home services on demand.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is proposing placing limits on how much a company can raise and how much people can donate with crowdfunding.
"Revolt represents the truth" says Sean "Diddy" Combs, Revolt TV co-founder and chairman. "Revolt has taken on the responsibility to empower the future of music," he adds. He sees opportunity because no one was taking advantage of music consumption.
In a live interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," Sara Blakely recounts a very embarrassing moment during a BBC interview as she was promoting Spanx undergarments for women.
Spanx founder and inventor Sara Blakely shares that she started her multibillion-dollar business by cutting the feet out of control-top pantyhose. She was selling fax machines when she came up with the idea for Spanx. Blakely is the reason you have to be bullish on America, says Warren Buffett.