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  • Goldman's Solomon: Entrepreneurs vital to US economy

    CNBC's Carl Quintanilla speaks to David Solomon, Goldman Sachs co-head of investment banking, about the importance and benefits of their Builders and Innovators Summit that gathers new and seasoned entrepreneurs.

  • Welcome to Brooklyn sign

    Brooklyn, New York, has begun exporting a lucrative brand: itself. And it's becoming something of a nationwide, even global, phenomenon.

  • Gas station prices

    With oil prices hovering around $83 a barrel, business owners say lower energy costs will translate to more business activity—just in time for the holiday season.

  • Elon Musk: Rebel, icon & innovator

    CNBC takes a look at visionary Elon Musk and why he is likely to have the biggest impact on business in the next 25 years.

  • GoDaddy Founder Bob Parsons on the Economy

    GoDaddy Founder Bob Parsons on the volatile stock market and the most important issues facing business leaders.

  • Disney Store

    Disney is investing in start-ups to breathe new life into the 91-year-old company.

  • Emazing Lights and Profits

    27 Year old Brian Lim, Founder of EmazingLights has turned his love of raves into a $12M business.

  • The state of small business

    Eric Schurenberg, President and Editor-in-Chief of Inc Magazine talks about essential leadership skills and the state of small business in America.

  • Ali Kothari and Johnny Fayad cooking up a batch of their fair-trade coffee bars.

    College students Ali Kothari and Johnny Fayad brewed up a new way to have coffee. Will the panel think there's grounds for an "in"?

  • Scrub Daddy soaks up big profits

    Aaron Krause, Scrub Daddy founder & CEO, discusses the science behind his company's success.

  • Disney magic sparks start-up dreams

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on her interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger about his company's mentoring program.

  • Suzanne Somers' transformation

    Suzanne Somers, actress and entrepreneur, discusses how getting fired from "Three's Company" lead to a transformation in her career from becoming a product rep for ThighMasters to sharing a stage with Frank Sinatra in Las Vegas.

  • Suzanne Somers reminisces

    Suzanne Somers, actress and entrepreneur, shares memories from her days on television sitcom "Three's Company" and how pay disparity eventually caused her to leave.

  • Cannabis Expo: Pet food & more

    CNBC's Kate Rogers reports from the East Coast Cannabis Business Expo, on one pot entrepreneur taking CBD, which is an extract of the hemp plant, and putting it in pet food.

  • The Marijuana Show

    "The Marijuana Show" allows for pot-entrepreneurs to compete for rare investment opportunities for their start-up ideas.

  • Silicon Valley's discovery community

    Steven Sinofsky, Andreesen Horowitz partner, and Ryan Hoover, Product Hunt CEO, discuss the company's curation platform for new apps, software services, and other tech products.

  • Shopping

    The Hispanic community will be one-third of the US by 2050 and already has $1.5 trillion in buying power. That's a big consumer opportunity.

  • Have fun picking out the pieces to send to Plum Print!

    Carolyn Lanzetta found a new place to store piles and piles of kiddie art. Watch her pitch her big idea to a panel of experts. Will she draw them in?

  • Crazy is a compliment

    Endeavor is a global organization which identifies mentors and co-invests in high-impact entrepreneurs in 30 countries. Linda Rottenberg, Endeavor co-founder and CEO, explains why she says "crazy is a compliment" in her book "Crazy Is a Compliment: The Power of Zigging When Everyone Else Zags."

  • Think & act like an entrepreneur

    Discussing the innovators of CNBC's NEXT LIST, with Linda Rottenberg, Endeavor co-founder and CEO, who was on the advisory board for determining who made the list.