Jeff Morganteen works as video news editor for CNBC.com. A 2013 graduate of Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism, he previously worked at The Stamford Advocate, where he won awards from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists in business reporting, spot news and general reporting. Follow him on twitter at @jmorganteen.
Rodolfo Goncalves runs the Sweet Corner Bakeshop, a hugely popular NYC coffee shop that has made a name for itself selling sea salt chocolate chip cookies and designer cakes. But the road to sweet success was far from easy.
Embrace who you are, says Norman Reedus, star of "The Walking Dead."
American pop singer, Paula Abdul, discusses her journey to success and how important it is to always be prepared with other passions to fall back on in case the first one doesn't work out.
Two Brown University friends are waging war on the condiment aisle, and winning. Sir Kensington's, their artisanal condiment company, has raised $8.5 million in funding so far and has landed in more than 5,000 retailers in North America including Whole Foods, Safeway and Fresh Market.
On top of being a renowned actress, Milano has taken up several projects to maintain a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.
Deciding on going to business school? Billionaire Tilman Fertitta shares when a graduate degree makes sense and when it doesn't.
Tina Roth Eisenberg, founder of Tattly, came up with the idea to work with artists and illustrators to customize unique temporary tattoos simply due to being outraged by one bad birthday party experience. Now five years later, Tattly has grown into a profitable business.
Amazon will double its video content spend in the second half of this year, and triple its spending on original content, the company said this week.
Expedia shares dropped nearly 3 percent Friday after the company missed revenue estimates for the second quarter.
Jim Cramer said Amazon was "the worst" out of the four major "gauntlet" companies that reported quarterly earnings this week.
With Alphabet's earnings report on the horizon, its dominant online-video platform YouTube has big shoes to fill.
Carl Quintanilla is an Emmy-winning reporter and co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street," broadcast live from the NYSE.
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