Hedge funder Michael Berkowitz had an idea to make a better men's coat. Is it good enough to leave Wall Street? Carol Roth has an answer.
Can Norwegian Wool founder Michael Berkowitz grow his hobby, turned “jobby”, into a full-fledged business making Wall Streeters and other professional men “hot”? “Don’t Quit Your Day Job…Yet” until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.”
Mr. Green Tea Ice Cream Co. is a family-run business that manufactures and distributes handcrafted desserts. Enter an investor and a risk.
If the Mets are going to pull off a historic World Series comeback, this may be the secret weapon in their lineup the Royals can't match.
Silicon Valley blood testing start-up Theranos. CNBC contributor Jessica Lessin, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Information, discusses the questions surrounding the business model of Theranos, and the future for growing private tech companies.
New York Times' Jim Stewart, discusses Silicon Valley blood testing start-up Theranos.
China is still behind the curve after changing its longstanding one-child policy, according to Clayton Dube, professor and director at USC US-China Institute.
We want to serve the middle market, says Paddle8 co-founders Osman Khan and Aditya Julka, explaining their strategy to change the way art auctions take place.
Discussing whether government is helping or hurting entrepreneurs, and what government can do to help the small business community, with Matthew Osterman, Sleeping Giant Brewing CEO.
Female entrepreneurs are often perceived as too soft or too tough. Here's how women in business can break this cycle.
Cam Neely, Boston Bruins president, and Jordan Fliegel, Coachup founder & president, explain how they are able to connect aspiring athletes with top-level coaches though its online and mobile platforms.
Kate Rogers reports from the Inc. 5000 conference on America's fastest-growing private companies.
Women are starting up small businesses at twice the pace of men. Here's why they need our help, says Senator Jeanne Shaheen.
Steve Case, Revolution founder; Ted Leonsis, former vice chairman & president of AOL; and Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans co-founder, share their thoughts on startup valuations.
Ted Leonsis, former vice chairman & president of AOL, shares his thoughts on tech growth in the U.S., including Amazon's transformation. Also Leonsis shares his thoughts on new trends in jobs creation.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the progress of Blue Bottle Coffee.
Tech start-up Zivix has found a way to string along guitar novices — with a new set of strings.
Burner CEO Greg Cohn explains what it takes to create a popular app.
Simon Rogerson, CEO of Octopus, says small businesses are key to growth because they have created 1 in 3 new jobs in the last 12 months in the U.K., three times the rate of FTSE 100 companies.
Failures "come with the territory" when investing in a startup, notes Fritz Demopoulos, CEO of Queen's Road Capital and co-founder of Qunar.