Ryan Reed was told he would never race again. He didn't let that stop him.
Not all start-ups believe in the 'grow or die' mantra. Some smart entrepreneurs are making millions by growing slowly.
Rich people set their expectations unreasonably high.
Luis von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo, talks about how his company uses chatbots to help users overcome linguistic barriers and learn new languages.
Small and massive companies alike have struggled to seize on the right name.
AladdinStreet's Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor Al Masrie talks about how his e-marketplace gives users peace of mind to buy and sell halal products online.
Even business leaders queue up shows on Netflix and cable.
A new Chase study finds that young couples are making progress in how they deal with finances.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports from the Inc. 5000 Conference on Chicken Salad Chick, one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S.
Think you have what it takes to be your own boss? Here's what not to do.
Steve Case, Revolution co-founder & chairman and AOL co-founder, speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt about his vision of the future for the tech industry.
The lack of transformative mergers and acquisitions may be due to increased caution among corporate boards, said a bank executive.
Want to earn the big bucks? Some majors are better than others.
Melody McCloskey knew the odds were against her. Here's how she became her own boss anyway.
Christopher Ilitch, president and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, explains how both the Detroit Red Wings and the city wins with his latest development project.
Michael Phelps is the most-decorated Olympic athlete of all time. However, he has moved on to other ventures, specifically, to entrepreneurship.
The chairman of jetBlue shares what he says are three key ingredients for making a business great.
Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group founder, discusses upcoming U.S. election and his view that someday America will benefit from an entrepreneur as president, but that Donald Trump is not that entrepreneur. Virgin Voyages CEO Tom McAlpin weighs in.
Kathy Ireland was told to "shut up and pose." Now she works with Warren Buffett.