Profit margins on pre-owned vehicles jumped 13 percent from last year and have become far more profitable for dealers, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.» Read More
An Oregon winery is taking a unique approach to packaging and selling wine: pinot noir in more humble, aluminium cans.
Jami Curl, founder of Quin Candy, discusses her hard candy business model with natural and minimal ingredients.
There are new ways to make money and a range of startups that help people leverage whatever skills you have.
There is a growing movement to help autistic adults find jobs, but for Cottle and his family, the answer was a business of his own.
Chelsea Briganti and Leigh Ann Tucker hope to replace disposable plastic cups with their biodegradable, edible cup called Loliware.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses Amazon's "Local Register," a credit card reader and mobile app for brick-and-mortar businesses. The reader will compete against PayPal and Square.
New York City restaurant closings are making people ask if exorbitant rents are to blame and what, if anything, should be done.
A new survey from the National Federation of Independent Business found that "the small-business half of the economy is still not pulling its weight."
CNBC's Jane Wells reports how an unflattering blog impacted a multi-billion dollar wine product.
Can energy-efficient distilling produce a better vodka? One Brooklyn distillery is giving it a try.
Re/code's senior editor Liz Gannes reports on the most promising food delivery start-ups for consumers who want their food or other services as quickly as possible.
A cafe in Stillwater, MN, added a 35-cent 'minimum wage fee' to customers' tabs to cope with Minnesota's 75-cent minimum wage hike.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother, James Middleton, hopes his business idea will get him the royal treatment: turning Instagram snaps into marshmallows.
The three-year drought in California is officially the worst drought on record for the state, already costing over $2 billion and 17,000 jobs.
A New York hotel was suffering a severe backlash to its posted policy of charging $500 extra if guests posted bad reviews online.
Keith McCarty, Eaze founder & CEO, discuss his on-demand health care delivery technology that will automate patient verification and driver dispatch to hand deliver marijuana.
As most production has moved overseas, Trek Bicycles has managed to hold onto some domestic production. Inside their Wisconsin headquarters.
Craft soda may be little, but as local companies get picked up by Walmart and big players boost profits, it proves fierce.
For Judah Schiller, CEO of a new water bicycle producer, biking can become more feasible on water than kayaking or boating.
Lawrence Livermore is reaching out to private industry amid a race for talent and ideas to solve pressing issues including national security.
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