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Jamen Shively, a former Microsoft executive and currently CEO of Diego Pellicer, wants to build the first national marijuana store brand.
H. Ravi Brar, ECOtality president & CEO, discusses his plans to compete with Tesla and expand supercharging stations nationwide. (*Editor's Note: This is a small company and its microcap stock could be subject to extreme volatility.)
Scott Dietzen, Pure Storage CEO, explains how his company plans to change the way companies store data.
Bob Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors, shares his thoughts on how Tesla CEO Elon Musk is performing as both an entrepreneur and corporate leader.
Mike McCue, Flipboard founder & CEO, explains how he has grown his Internet business by allowing users to create their own digital magazines.
"Women At the Top" is a series on women making their mark on the businesses of finance, retail, comedy and more. Fast Money Contributor Karen Finerman asks these high powered ladies about their best and worst 'trades' -- and what it's like being a woman at the top. Here, Finerman interviews Cosmopolitan Magazine's Joanna Coles.
Anyone who knows anything about business knows that you buy low and sell high. Here's why now just may be that selling-high time.
CareZone creates a super private cloud designed to help families easily share important information with loved ones and caretakers who need it.
More prominent entrepreneurs and investors are starting several companies at once to share resources. Clever idea or set up for cookie-cutter ventures?
Mark Hoffman, CEO of Oxygen Finance a business to business payments network, tells CNBC's Ross Westgate how companies can make money from their accounts payable departments.
The mind behind one of Indonesia's top investment firms describes how he bet on his own country.
Feeling hopeful about their prospects and broader economy, U.S. entrepreneurship rates are at the highest in more than a decade, according to a report. See which state is star.
Walter De Brouwer, Scanadu co-founder and CEO, explains his company's medical tricorder, which can monitor a person's vital signs just by holding up to their forehead for 10 seconds.
Forget trekking to a stadium concession line. Three start-ups have created mobile apps that let you order food and beverages right from your seat. Is America not a great country?
Ed Bussey, founder and CEO of Quill, tells CNBC that Quill helps curate choice on the internet so consumers can make informed decisions whatever they are buying.
Businesses in debt make bad decisions out of desperation. Use these four strategies to avoid making poor choices and focus instead on what your business needs to grow.
Sometimes when you do things—like make a workout video—in your own home, everyone gets a little too comfortable.
Start-ups such as MakerBot and Formlabs have introduced consumer-level 3-D printers that allow a variety of entrepreneurs to create parts and components. See what the fuss is about.
For many small businesses, publicity is a luxury. So we thought it'd be fun to reflect on businesses that have made clever plays for publicity, sometimes on small budgets.
Small business owner Brian Overstreet is among 2,500 California start-up founders, who are on the hook for some $120 million in retroactive taxes if the Franchise Tax Board has its way.