“Shark Tank” makes its off-network debut Tuesdays at 8pm and 9pm ET on CNBC. The business-themed reality series features the sharks who give budding entrepreneurs the chance to make their dreams come true.
“Restaurant Startup” is on a quest to discover, invest in and launch America's next generation of epicurean superstars.
In this radical reality series, bosses turn their business over to employees, who are given the power to make changes and even decide the fate of colleagues.
When Marcus Lemonis isn’t running his multi-billion dollar company, Camping World, he goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal. In each episode, Marcus Lemonis makes an offer that’s impossible to refuse; his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits.
It's an exclusive world filled with enormous fortunes, unimaginable extravagance and a cast of "Super Rich" characters with one thing in common -- a voracious appetite for success, status and the best of the best.
Jeff Allen and Perry Barndt love to buy, fix and flip cars to turn a profit. Every car is a gamble and they are always looking for the next bet.
The "Fast Money" gang gives you the news, as only the savviest traders can, with an angle that you won’t see until tomorrow’s papers.
CNBC's signature morning program is the "must see" pre-market morning news and talk program, bringing Wall Street to Main Street.
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Who is in the Clean Bottle costume, and what motivated this "super-star" to join the Clean Bottle Company?
With EZ VIP, customers can pre-pay for bottle service at some of the hottest nightclubs, but the sharks are hesitant about some of the logistics.
This entrepreneur claims to be an inventor, an engineer, a musician, and a tailor. Now if he can just convince the sharks that he's not crazy.
Meet the business turnaround king Marcus Lemonis. He's spending millions of his own money to save failing businesses. The Profit returns this October!
Entrepreneurs can learn by seeking advice from business owners before them - especially Marcus Lemonis of CNBC's "The Profit." With his hands in more than 100 businesses, Lemonis dispenses advice daily on social media. Here on "The Biz Fix" he answers some often-asked questions.
These designers hope to replace disposable plastic cups with their biodegradable, edible cup called Loliware.
A former Army intelligence officer known as "Mr. X" stole millions through a fake veteran's charity and eluded authorities by using an array of false identities. No one figured out who he really was or where he came from until he made one misstep ...
When reporter Jeff Testerman visits the home of retired navy commander Bobby Thompson, he finds quarters unfit for an officer.
Investigators follow a trail of stolen identities with plenty of twists and turns in the case of fugitive Bobby Thompson, a self-proclaimed retired navy lieutenant commander with a background in intelligence. His fingerprints are nowhere to be found in the United States, Canada or through Interpol.
From the highest highs to the lowest lows, see the people who made it big or lost it all in Las Vegas.
Gamblers don’t always bet money or bet at casinos. Here are strange items they bet with, and odd dares they bet on.
CNBC.com takes a look at some of the famous faces who like to live large and win big at the casinos.
Bosses turn their business over to employees, who are given the power to make changes in the workplace and even decide the fate of their colleagues.
The bosses at VMS, a credit card processing company in Illinois hand over control of the business to their employees who must address the office dysfunction.
VMS is a family owned business and employees feel family members get special treatment. Tensions run high when they are told three people could lose their jobs.
The sky-high valuations of some tech start-ups have yet to be justified, says investor Roger McNamee.
Good news, we are not in a tech bubble. Or at least that is what one investor told CNBC on Tuesday.
"The guy's had more success in more industries than any entrepreneur I know of on the planet," says tech investor Steve Jurvetson.
BANK ROBBING BABE CAPTURED! - Niesha Jackson was featured on American Greed: The Fugitives in September 2012. But the "Bank Robbing Babe's" life on the lam ended when she was captured by U.S. Marshals at a hotel in Fairfield, California, April 25, 2014.
Read the Department of Justice press release on fugitive Niesha Jackson’s capture.
Prosecutors say Niesha Jackson is a flight risk, in part due to the items she had in her possession when she was arrested.
Joe and Tim have a hard time agreeing on which restaurant will move forward. Joe is leaning towards Bon Chovie, Tim likes The Whole Beast. Who gets to move on?
After the entire restaurant is painted blue, Renae from Bon Chovie decides the color is not edgy enough for their concept, which doesn't go over well with the interior designer.
Problems arise for Bon Chovie during their soft launch, causing Joe and Tim to question whether or not they can handle running a restaurant.
A members-only racetrack, the Thermal Club, promises to give supercar owners a chance to experience their supercars to the fullest.
Superbroker Senada Adzem says the key to attracting super-rich buyers is attracting rich men.
This 10,000-square-foot estate is an oasis for legendary "Queen of Infomercials" Suzanne Somers and her husband.
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