As fuel prices continue to fall, heading into the holidays, businesses are wondering if energy cost savings will translate into more consumer spending.» Read More
Fatburger has rolled out a bunless "skinny burger" where the bun is replaced by two beef patties (actually one cut in half). CEO Andy Wiederhorn makes Jane Wells eat one.
The San Francisco board of supervisors approved a bill to legalize Airbnb, moving the start-up closer to legitimacy in the city. Which region is next?
CNBC.com asked people for family business horror stories that they had witnessed firsthand. Below are the awkward and cringe-worthy responses.
New bat makers are wooing major league power hitters like SF Giants Pablo Sandoval, who will be swinging them in this year's World Series.
Blue-collar firms are beginning to embrace the hands-free technology as it lets them streamline business and training. Fortune magazine reports.
The last remaining lab of "mad scientist" Nikola Tesla will open it doors to the public this summer after a fundraising campaign saved the site.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at how the drought in California is impacting the beer business.
With oil prices hovering around $83 a barrel, business owners say lower energy costs will translate to more business activity—just in time for the holiday season.
GoDaddy Founder Bob Parsons on the volatile stock market and the most important issues facing business leaders.
Entrepreneur Brian Lim quit his consultant job, took $100 to make a light-up glove for music fans and is on his way to $12 million in sales next year.
Eric Schurenberg, President and Editor-in-Chief of Inc Magazine talks about essential leadership skills and the state of small business in America.
At the Cannabis Expo, marijuana entrepreneurs are developing products for both people and pets using CBD, or cannabidiol, a compound found in cannabis.
Using an environment of record low rates, City National is among a handful of banks aggressively trying to convert techies into clients.
Small business optimism fell as more owners said they expected a slowdown in profits and sales, tightening credit and a harder time filling jobs.
CNBC's Kate Rogers explains how a new marijuana product can help people and NFL players with concussions and traumatic brain injuries.
CNBC's Kate Rogers looks at benefits of declining gas prices for small businesses.
Microsoft CEO's gaffe points to larger issues that face technology—too few women in tech roles and little capital that goes to women-founded start-ups.
CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks to Y Combinator president Sam Altman, about hot trends in Silicon Valley and his investment in Reddit.
More start-ups are creating digital education tools including short online videos to help train workers and narrow the skills gap. Useful trend or hype?
Start-up Thync says it has raised $13 million to create a wearable brain device that promises to alter your state of mind, Re/code reports.
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