Daniel Watson's Angel Swords manufacturers custom swords, or what he calls "masculine jewelry."
A Twitter account of random facts has amassed millions of followers and big bucks for the 25-year old who runs it.
Silicon Valley software company Expensify raised eyebrows with subway ads touting its firing strategy.
Jeffrey Seller, producer of "Hamilton," talks about avoiding failure.
Line's NYSE listing is a milestone for the Japanese entrepreneurial environment, says Geodesic Capital's John Roos.
Young Chinese entrepreneurs wsuch as Damien Ju are tapping into the burgeoning pet industry and launching their own startups on the mainland.
Investors on "West Texas Investors Club" took a bet on Hip Chick Farms, a food company that uses sustainable and locally sourced ingredients.
Jean Liu of Didi Chuxing, China's largest ride-share app, says competition makes you more focused.
Restaurateur and entrepreneur Andre Neyrey gives an inside look at what makes or breaks successful eateries.
On CNBC's "Jay Leno's Garage," host Jay Leno goes inside the Aston Martin vault to look at the company's newest supercar.
Prosper Marketplace's Ron Suber says the lending platform matches borrowers with investors, and offers an average estimated return of 7.4 percent.
Amazon wasn't the only one to have it's best day ever this week — small businesses that participated in Prime Day saw major boosts to their bottom lines.
A recent report by Monster and Brandwatch that analyzed millions of tweets found these states have the most unhappy workers.
Embrace who you are, says Norman Reedus, star of "The Walking Dead."
Cisse Cocoa Co. founder and CEO Diana Lovett pitches her brownie start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."
Scott Kupor, Andreessen Horowitz managing partner shares his thoughts on Elon Musk's strategy for Tesla
"Shark Tank" investor Robert Herjavec reveals the biggest reasons why most start-ups fail.
CNBC's Robert Frank talks with Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves about his passion for custom-made motorcycles.
Small business makes up 97 percent of all business within this US state, making it a top destination for entrepreneurs.
"I have my vices, but I try to save as much as possible," Golden State Warriors standout and savvy tech investor Andre Iguodala tells CNBC.