American businesses, exposed to Greece, are hunkering down after Sunday's "no" vote. Are Greek product shortages and price spikes far off?» Read More
Uber is suspending its lowest cost service UberPOP in France, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
If public sentiment in Little Athens is any sign of public sentiment back in Greece, people are torn on what the country should do next.
President Barack Obama is pushing a proposal to extend overtime payment to more white-collar workers. Main Street reacts.
With a modified tattoo machine, one eye surgeon is tattooing blind patients’ eyes to match their natural eye color.
One Uber service has promises cheaper fares and less impact on the environment, but for some passengers there's a third benefit.
The government-backed Export-Import Bank, which helps small businesses overseas, may not be able to do new business soon.
More start-ups are using new tech platforms to grow, according to entrepreneurs at the CNBC and Inc. Magazine iCONIC Tour in LA.
Kate Rogers speaks to entrepreneurs about overcoming obstacles.
The Container Store's CEO Kip Tindell shared the three reasons he believes women make better leaders than men.
Three generations of Levy men—grandfather Victor, son Paul, and grandson Eric, are all entrepreneurs, each having started a business.
Meet the 35-year-old entrepreneur whose language app has pocketed millions in funding from Google.
The online marketplace is offering financing and product management options for small-scale makers.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on a company helping parents and their kids with life transitions.
A look at newly public companies that still have ties to their founders and continue to maintain much of their early start-up flair.
Bert Jacobs, the co-founder of lifestyle brand Life Is Good, offers five ways any one can improve their professional and personal lives.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on LA startup Narativ.
Toggle, a start-up born out of the Warner Bros. Media Camp, works with big companies like Wal-Mart to deliver their streaming content.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports how one pot business is handling its cash, and building trust of banks.
The US imports over $2.8 trillion worth of products and services annually. But these companies still make these popular products stateside.
Some retired American workers are becoming Uber drivers to earn extra income. Need a ride?