Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley Investment Management and appointed chair of the NBWC discusses a new report from the White House on the state of women in business in the U.S.
A diplomatic thaw is underway between Cuba and the U.S., but businesses are still in the dock awaiting opportunities to profit.
Want a "Shark" to give you money for a start-up? Here are some tips from angel investor Alicia Syrett.
Equity crowdfunding is an innovation that can help SMEs, young businesses and entrepreneurs raise capital, says Janet Young from UOB.
This entrepreneur says he has the solution to combating night terror.
Women-owned businesses in the US generate $1.5 trillion nationwide but have a harder time raising financing than their male counterparts.
The hosts of "Restaurant Startup" give advice to young people hoping to break into the industry.
For this edition of "Access: Middle East," CNBC's Hadley Gamble talks to key business leaders at the CNBC hosted "Red Sea Debate."
Rana Wehbe from Forbes Media says the Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia list highlights the region's young entrepreneurs and tech stars.
Last year was the worst year for IPO returns in the last 20 years, but which year was the best?
Roni Di Lullo created Doggles when she realized her border collie, Midknight, needed eye protection. Today sales are $3 million.
When her border collie struggled to see the Frisbee on a sunny day during a game of fetch, Roni Di Lullo decided to invent Doggles, a pair of tinted goggles for dogs. Now nearly 20 years later, Doggles has turned into a $3 million dollar company.
Embrace Innovations' Jane Chen pitches her start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Start-up NeverEatAlone's Marie Schneegans explains how she saw a need for employees in large corporations to connect with one another over lunch.
Roelant Prins from Adyen explains how the firm helps other businesses implement an international omni-channel payment solution, including mobile payments.
In a world where it's easy to latch onto the most current food trends, it takes bravery to be authentic. But the rewards are worth it.
One start-up is betting its sports drink has what it takes to be the next big thing.
Actor Lyle Waggoner of "Carol Burnett Show" fame has built an empire of building trailers for Hollywood TV and movie sets.
American actor Lyle Waggoner took his talent off camera to start an entertainment industry trailer company that caters to Hollywood stars on set.
MacKenzie Keast, co-founder of The Breakup Shop, which offers "break-up services," says business during the Valentine's Day period was "phenomenal."