While they aren't billionaires yet, these eight entrepreneurs age 18 and younger are making a name for themselves and some serious cash.» Read More
Sales at the restaurant chain are declining, as more women are driving family eating choices and the franchise's core customers, young men, have been hit by the recession.
Forget cheap supplies. Walmart.com is debuting unique products from women-owned small businesses from around the world.
More people are taking a moment to flip over an item or fish for a label and ask, is it "Made in the USA?"
Tony Hsieh, Zappos.com CEO, discusses his plan to revolutionize e-commerce space and create a new social hub in downtown Las Vegas.
Nathan Richardson is determined to disrupt YouTube with his startup #waywire, which allows users to organize share and discover videos from all over the web on one video-focused social network.
Erick Jessee, Posty Cards president, discusses how his business-to-business greeting card company has profited from offering their customers a personal touch.
BestParking.com conveniently centralizes parking garage rates. See how the young founder got started with a family loan - and a bicycle.
Why is it so hard to calculate how many billionaires there are in the world? Maybe it's because they make their money illegally, with the "Power Lunch" team and Henry Blodget, Business Insider.
It has been a roller coaster ride for the markets this week, and also today, with the "Power Lunch" team and Henry Blodget, Business Insider.
Basketball in Great Britain is apparently growing. The British Basketball Association is putting on a full court press to entice investors for a new pro league.
Hardeep Walia, Co-founder & CEO of Motif Investing, explains how his company allows investors to customize their investment decisions.
The Subway Restaurants founder says regulations are hurting small companies and entrepreneurs. "If I started Subway today, Subway would not exist," Deluca told CNBC Wednesday.
James Beshara wants to solve the "nightmare" of collecting money from friends and family with his social crowdfunding site Crowdtilt.
Evan Spiegel, Snapchat CEO and co-founder, discusses his company's plans to monetize an app that allows users to send pictures that disappear in 10 seconds.
Thalius Hecksher, Apex Funds, explains how the entrepreneurial spirit is encouraging some hedge fund managers to leave big investment firms and strike out on their own.
Crowdtilt CEO James Beshara delivers his Power Pitch. Does his social crowdfunding site have what it takes to succeed?
Fandeavor.com offers unique game-day experiences for fans, and was funded by the VegasTech Fund. Led by Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, the fund is part of a broader push to revitalize downtown Las Vegas.
Robert Gaal, Karma founder & CEO, explains how mobile users can create free "social bandwidth" by sharing data.
BioLite CEO and co-founder Jonathan Cedar makes the case for his clean energy product business; and CNBC's Diana Olick and Jon Steinberg, Buzzfeed president and COO.
In honor of the seventh annual National Entrepreneurship Week, the SBA is hosting a series of webinars for entrepreneurs on everything from crowd-funding innovation to starting an urban farm.