Bert Jacobs, co-founder of Life is Good, reveals how optimism changed the course of his once-struggling business.
Bert Jacobs, CEO of "Life is Good", believes optimism is a business strategy as well as a mindset. He relies on optimism to overcome failures along the way and grow his enterprises.
Phil Libin, co-founder of Evernote and managing director of General Catalyst, discusses the simple process that leads to his best decisions in life and business.
More than a third of millennials expect to work well into their 70s. About 1 in 8 plan to work until they die.
Just being talented isn't necessarily enough to achieve success, but there is some good news.
This artist shares how thinking creatively helped her launch a beverage business that caught Beyonce's attention.
Hospitality mogul Tilman Fertitta shares key lessons you won't learn in business school.
Despite the potentially huge customer base, e-commerce sites selling clothes for shorter men remain a rarity.
Tony Hawk tells CNBC that following your passion is important, but that real success comes from learning everything there is to know about it, even aspects that don't initially interest you. Hawk says that the same goes for being a successful businessman and boss.
LinkedIn, Amazon, Uber and Microsoft are among the tech giants pledging to offer training opportunities and fill thousands of jobs.
Mark Cuban shares four things good leaders never do.
"I'm not afraid of challenges. I'm not afraid to take risks," the skateboarding legend said.
Stuart Sutley is on a mission to help his fellow veterans achieve their business dreams.
When pundits speak of bringing back manufacturing jobs to the U.S., many people think of bustling assembly lines, but that might not be the right image.
Pippa Mann will be the only female driver entered in the Indianapolis 500 this weekend. It's her fifth time participating in the annual race.
As spelling whizzes compete to snag the 2016 spelling bee championship, former winners talk about their wins.
Think men hate to shop? Think again. Four guys founded an online retail platform that caters to men, and business is booming.
Two lifelong friends started a dining sensation centered around the humble meatball. Here's their meatball to millionaires story.
Looking for a great place to get started with a newly minted college degree? Think Pittsburgh. Or Indianapolis.
Meatball Shop's Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow built an empire on a simple dish. Now, their restaurants cook up more than $21 million a year.