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"Shark Tank's" Barbara Corcoran previews Tuesday's episode of "Shark Tank" and discusses the character of entrepreneurs.
"The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis provides a preview of tonight's new episode featuring a well-known Brooklyn meat company.
NFL players who are used to competing on the field are not competing in the boardroom. Former NFL defensive back Phillip Buchanon, pitches a new financial literacy board game to investors.
Some American women say it's still difficult to gain a seat in corporate boardrooms. The numbers bear them out.
After appearing on "Shark Tank," Raven Thomas, the founder of The Painted Pretzel, went from being a stay-at-home mom to making millions. CNBC follows up.
After five seasons of hearing pitches, investor Robert Herjavec knows exactly which two qualities an entrepreneur needs to get the deal.
Benjamin Horowitz, Andreessen Horowitz general partner, discusses how many pitches he sees every week and how many of those ideas are actually realized.
Benjamin Horowitz, Andreessen Horowitz general partner, explains what investors look for when investing in entrepreneurs. Jane Park, Julep, and Ben Kaufman, Quirky, discuss how they got the attention of Horowitz and began their companies.
A. Stein Meats is a good example of what can go wrong with a business. Marcus Lemonis of "The Profit" explains the most common financial mistakes businesses make.
Good news on Main Street: Female entrepreneurs are making big gains in bank fund-raising as they dramatically improve business fundamentals.
In this "Escaping the Cube" segment, Wings Air's Javier Diaz shares his story of why he left banking for aviation.
Marcus plays therapist with management, and makes some quick, vital changes.
It's a meeting of the mindless when Donna finally catches on that Frank has been ordering product without going through the proper channels.
Marcus meets with the owners of Stein Meat and decides if he's going to stay or go.
Marcus discovers a crucial secret that makes him wonder if he made the wrong decision investing in Stein Meat.
At 10-year old Henry Patterson has launched his third business, a sweet and accessory company aimed at children called Not Before Tea.
Peter Diamandis, X PRIZE Foundation CEO, discusses the partnership between CNBC and the Exponential Finance conference, and what it takes to find the next transformative company and lasting idea in today's technological environment.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen speaks to "The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis about the top influential leaders in business, including Wayne Huizenga, whom he once worked for.
Daymond John says that if he had pitched FUBU to fellow panelists on "Shark Tank," he probably would have been turned away. He offers his advice for entrepreneurs.
Kim Nelson is one of the sweetest success stories in “Shark Tank” history with her I Love Daisy Cakes bakery. She offers advice for other “Shark Tank” hopefuls.