Mixing business and pleasure is a common practice, but is it a good idea?
One burger joint was losing cash until the owners reinvented the restaurant with a more gourmet concept.
One consultant advises family business owners to focus on four elements: the individual, the family, the social and the spiritual.
When crowds lined up for their sandwiches, Num Pang's founders knew they were onto something. Here, they share their recipe for success.
Lack of strong leadership will hold back any business, even if it's not failing. Here's how to be a good one.
The twin sisters behind the company that makes The Elf on the Shelf advise new entrepreneurs to never give up.
Make It is a home for the aspirational with an extraordinary passion to chase the American dream.
It's not just millennials. More older workers are finding entrepreneurship success later in life.
Dallas' Fuel City is not your average gas station, rather a destination for tourists and regulars looking for good times.
Go with your gut, not with your head or heart and be passionate and tireless, the Skinnygirl empire founder says.
Here's how family businesses can rise above day-to-day operations, think about a larger vision and take new chances.
ACT-1 Group founder and CEO Janice Bryant Howroyd reveals her advice for young entrepreneurs in today's society.
One country held on to its decade-long spot topping the World Bank's ranking of the easiest places to do business.
The Australian Government could formulate policies aimed at attracting foreign tech talents, says Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-CEO of Atlassian.
Atlassian Co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes talks about the risks involved in growing a business, as well as the state of Australian innovation.
Introducing Texaco-Mex. Fuel City is a Dallas-based gas station with a petting zoo, a pool with bikini clad models and what has been called the best tacos in the state of Texas. John Benda is passionate about his tourist-stop gas station and has made millions from the business.
She's the first African American woman to own a $1B business, but Janice Bryant Howroyd, founder and CEO of Act-1, says she dreams of a time "when women can achieve and they are applauded because of their first innovative idea" rather than their gender or race.
Wedbush Securities' Gil Luria says Square's small-business lending is picking up and will likely to drive growth through 2016.
Roni Di Lullo created Doggles when she realized her border collie, Midknight, needed eye protection. Today sales are $3 million.
This start-up says it's found a way to conserve water: Use rocket science in shower-head technology.