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  • Investing in brownfields

    One of the winners of Morgan Stanley's sustainable investing challenge Nicole Chavas, Fresh Coast Capital co-founder, explains how she aims to turn brownfields into an investment.

  • Tavern on the Green gets $20 million makeover

    Central Park's iconic Tavern on the Green is set to re-open Thursday after a $20 million renovation. Entrepreneurs Jim Caiola and David Salama, discuss the overhaul project.

  • Diversity alone isn't a reason to invest in a stock, but companies dominated by alpha males and old white guys may end up costing shareholders.

  • Companies on the DiversityInc Top 50 list aren't just good at public relations; they beat the Dow on a 1-, 3- and 5-year basis.

  • New York's cup-sharing pilot project

    Katherin Kirschenmann, The DO School chief executive, explains the "Good To Go" program designed to reduce paper waste from single use cups.

  • Lemonis' recipe changes pie despite the lie

    Marcus Lemonis, CNBC's "The Profit" host, shares highlights from tonight's season finale where he tries to get a piece of the "Key Lime Pie."

  • Indiegogo founders with a global vision: Slava Rubin, Danae Ringelmann and Eric Schell

    The founders share their plans to relaunch their website and take their pay-it-forward financing scheme worldwide. Up next: equity financing.

  • Chris Bergman, founder and CEO of ChoreMonster, explains how a free app could help transform doing mundane chores into a fun-filled experience for your kids.

  • Initiating a global entrepreneurial spirit

    Commerce secretary Penny Pritzker; fashion designer Tory Burch; and Zillow co-founder Richard Barton, discuss the launch of President Obama's new task force to develop the next wave of entrepreneurs.

  • Profile of 27-year-old Ethan Lewis, who has been creating products to sell to his fellow diabetics.

  • Watch why this smart AC caught GE's eye

    Ben Kaufman, Quirky founder and CEO, and Garthen Leslie, "AROS" inventor, demonstrate how this reinvented air conditioner can predict household usage and save money.

  • America's first private lunar microlander and commercial robot, developed by Moon Express.

    Naveen Jain is in a race to harvest precious helium-3, platinum and other metals on the moon with his robotic spacecraft. Can he beat the Chinese?

  • Forerunner of the Internet: AOL's co-founder Steve Case

    The founder of AOL and pioneer of the Net notes how the next big opportunity in the industry is in solving the online privacy issue for the masses.

  • Forbes' plan to reinvent America's workforce

    We are combining old technology with the new, says Steve Forbes, Forbes Media chairman & editor-In-chief, sharing his plan for fostering growth and innovation in creating manufacturing jobs.

  • How drunk are you?

    Your smartphone can tell you, says Charles Yim, Breathometer founder & CEO, explaining how his device allows people to check their BAC levels. This is more of a second reference point and not a replacement for good judgment, says Yim. And Kevin O'Leary, "Shark Tank" co-host explains how this device has changed behavior in his home and demonstrates how it works.

  • Kobe Bryant expands his brand

    Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant discusses his investment in BodyArmor and the launch of his new business Kobe Inc., which is designed to help grow brands and ideas that challenge the sports industry.

  • Adam Carolla Hosts Cinco De Mangria Party Benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

    CNBC's Jane Wells speaks to Mangria creator Adam Carolla about how he created his popular drink.

  • 'The Profit' host: Always about control

    "The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis provides a preview of tonight's new episode. He discusses management facing debt.

  • LifeSafe get boost from Barry Diller

    Jenny Abramson, LiveSafe president & CEO, discusses how her software company allows smartphone users to alert police in real time. And Abramson explains why she thinks IAC's Barry Diller is the ultimate disruptor.

  • Interest is building around "smart" technology to help conserve energy and save money, but one study suggests consumers have been slow to catch on.