Kathy Ireland, Kathy Ireland Worldwide, discusses building her retail brand empire and her business relationship with "The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis.
Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote told CNBC that a wave of asset selling by the government could be the best way to boost Nigeria's recession-hit economy.
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The start-up scene is booming in France, a deputy minister said, as the country pushes to attract more entrepreneurs from across Europe.
Axelle Lemaire, French deputy minister for innovation and digital affairs, explains what France is doing to attract tech start-ups, and the country's "cultural shift" towards young entrepreneurship.
Bobby Hoyt shares the first step everyone should take to becoming debt-free.
Small businesses are getting left behind, finds a Harvard Business School report.
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MailChimp CEO Ben Chestnut says young people should forget this popular career advice.
American socialite and media personality Paris Hilton speaks to CNBC's Kelly Evans and Bill Griffeth about her new perfume, technology, the election and her biggest money mistake.
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A new report finds political uncertainty on Main Street is growing.
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Since developing it in the 1980s, he has only been able to sell 10.
Bonin Bough, host of CNBC's 'Cleveland Hustles' and former chief media and e-commerce officer at Mondelez International says this phrase could be scaring away potential talent at big companies.
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