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Customized sneakers that can be delivered on-demand has boosted the brand appeal of New Balance footwear that sell for $75 to $400.
Kenneth Lo, chairman of Crystal Group, is one of the winners of the "EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015." He tells CNBC how he built up one of the world's largest garment makers.
Bethenny Frankel, Skinnygirl founder and CEO, discusses her passion for creating practical solutions for women.
Many fledgling young firms are jumping into crowdfunding to raise money to make everything from clothing to tech gadgets made in the U.S.
Zhang Xin, co-founder & CEO of SOHO China, explains why she's felling "a bit scared" about the surge in Chinese stock markets.
Klink co-founder Jeffrey Nadel was recently given 30 seconds to pitch his company to millionaire investor, Kevin O'Leary, who had no idea who he was meeting.
At the 2015 Manufacturing Summit, more than 400 US manufacturers plan to send a strong message to Congress on its plan to keep America on top.
In this preview episode of CNBC's "Entrepreneur Asia: Power Players", Ajay Bijli, chairman & MD of PVR, explains why he ventured into India's cinema business.
For busy millennials (super busy!) now you don't even have to mess with your own dirty laundry. Jane Wells reports on Washio, an on demand laundry service with investors like Ashton Kutcher and Nas.
The NBA finals start Thursday night in Oakland. Chamath Palihapitiya, Golden State Warriors co-owner and founder of The Social+Capital Partnership, discusses the games, and the social media industry.
The US stands to lead in robotics in the factory. Google and other companies are investing millions to boost manufacturing productivity.
One entrepreneur pitches his new take on takeout to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Finance just wasn't his style, so Jeff Pearce quit Wall Street for a more creative job in a Madison Avenue hair salon.
There's only one thing in business that you can actually control, the billionaire entrepreneur says.
Can making money off of others' heartbreak be a viable business? An entrepreneur pitches her business to an investor.
Annabel Action, founder and CEO of the breakup website "Never Liked It Anyway," has been given 30 seconds to blind pitch her company to feisty millionaire investor, Barbara Corcoran.
Eric Schurenberg, Inc. editor-in-chief, shares insight on the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports entrepreneurial activity increased this year for the first time since 2009, but a significant demographic appears to be lagging.
Airbnb, valued at $13 billion in October, allows people to rent out homes or spare bedrooms in 34,000 cities around the world.
The rising value of farmland and demand for organic food is wooing investors to this sector. Farmers are now becoming more business savvy.