Chua Kee Lock, Vertex Holdings CEO, says that he looks at various aspects of the team, business model, and funding amount required.
These entrepreneurs snagged one of the highest valuations in "Shark Tank" history and now they're sharing the secrets to the perfect pitch.
Students on Monday are getting their fiscal policy game on for the Council for Economic Education's National Economics Challenge.
Matthew Burnett, CEO of Maker's Row, is helping businesses manufacture their products in the land of opportunity.
The direct-selling industry is booming as entrepreneurs get rich tapping into social media rather than knocking on front doors.
Danny Trejo, who spent much of his youth behind bars, is an actor, small businessman, capitalist and entrepreneur. But more than that, he's humble.
Actor Danny Trejo has starred in hundreds of films and TV shows, from “Breaking Bad” to “Bad Ass.” This former convict has gone from San Quentin to Hollywood and is now in the restaurant industry. He explains that the best way to “Make It” is to not act like a movie star, because “movie stars suck.”
Matthew Burnett, CEO of Maker’s Row, is on a mission to help small businesses find manufactures here in the U.S to produce. Maker’s Row is a marketplace that helps designers and producers find local manufactures to produce and prototype products.
Some of the firm's leaders share their top advice for young professionals and recent grads.
"People took me aside and said, 'Don't do it. You're throwing away your career. You're making a terrible decision,'" Randi Zuckerberg says.
This start-up says the key to its success is a superfood you probably never heard of.
Moksh Jawa is only 16 years old, but thousands of people around the world are turning to him to learn a valuable skill: coding.
This start-up says the key to its success is a superfood you probably never heard of. Watch entrepreneur Lisa Curtis pitch her big idea to a panel of experts. Will they be IN or OUT?
WhatsApp got a cool $19 billion when it was bought by Facebook. Here's why new startups should follow its lead, says Vonetize CEO Noam Josephides.
After two rejections from "Shark Tank," the creator of a new mobile app made a key change to his pitch — and finally landed an audition.
Choosing whether to go to business school is a big decision. Here are six questions alumni and professors recommend asking yourself first.
Business travel is an important part of running a business, but it is a drag on the bottom line. Here are strategies to help you save money.
Birch Coffee co-owners Jeremy Lyman and Paul Schlader went into debt to start their company. Here are their tips for brewing up a successful business.
Carly Patterson almost gave up gymnastics, but she pushed through and earned three Olympic medals, including one gold.
"If you always do what you've always done, you'll always be who you've always been," actress Alyssa Milano says about pursuing diverse interests.