Small Business Video

  • Acorns gets $30M boost from PayPal

    Jeffrey Cruttenden, Acorns co-founder, explains how the company's investment app helps millennials take their spare change and build investment portfolios.

  • Alaska's budget battle

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports from Juneau, Alaska about the state's dependency on the oil industry and how low prices could affect the budget.

  • When reality pays off

    Luann De Lesseps, "Real Housewives of New York," and Ramona Singer, "Real Housewives of New York," discuss how their roles on reality television helped launch their entrepreneurial careers.

  • The best candidate for American business

    Which candidate is best for business? Ravin Gandhi, GMM Nonstick Coatings co-founder and CEO; Joe Dutra, Kimmie Candy Company President and CEO; and Billion Dollar Buyer host Tilman Fertitta of Fertitta Entertainment and Landry's Chairman and CEO, share their views.

  • Millennials can be hard hitting: Tilman Fertitta

    "Billion Dollar Buyer" host Tilman Fertitta of Fertitta Entertainment and Landry's Chairman and CEO, looks ahead to tonight's episode, and shares his opinion on minimum wage.

  • Ted Cruz on banks: The big game DC plays

    Presidential candidate Ted Cruz says "I'll take money from anybody" in discussing big bank earnings, and big business versus small business.

  • The Tale of Tattly: Temporary tats have staying power

    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.

  • Slash's rock-star roadmap to success

    Slash, the former lead guitarist of Guns N' Roses, shares his secrets to success and how he is as a boss.

  • Driven: Lessons on the Road to Success with Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec

    Featuring Robert Herjavec, founder and CEO, Herjavec Group; and co-star, Shark Tank.

  • Fearless in Seattle: The Local Startup Scene with Three Seattle Success Stories

    Featuring John Collison, president and co-founder, Stripe, at the 2016 Iconic Conference in Seattle.

  • Paying attention to the vital few, ignoring the trivial many

    Featuring John Paul DeJoria, co-founder and CEO, John Paul Mitchell Systems; and co-founder, The Patrón Spirits Company.

  • Other people’s money: Raising it quickly, spending it wisely, returning it for a profit

    Featuring Chinedu Echeruo, founder and CEO, Gigameet.com and founder, Hopstop.com and Tripology.com; Frederic Kerrest, co-founder, Okta; Phil Libin, managing director, General Catalyst Partners; and co-founder and former CEO, Evernote; and Mario Schlosser, co-founder and CEO, Oscar.

  • Making stuff that sells—Lessons from a billion dollar buyer

    Featuring Tilman Fertitta, owner, chairman and CEO, Landry’s; host of CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer.

  • It takes guts: Focus and fortitude with Shark Tank’s Mr. Wonderful

    Featuring Kevin O'Leary, founder, O’Leary Financial Group; co-star Shark Tank.

  • Anyone Can Play: Stripe, Payments and Democratizing Entrepreneurship

    Featuring John Collison, president and co-founder, Stripe, at the 2016 Iconic Conference in Seattle.

  • Boutique fitness centers muscle market share

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports small gym studios seem to be popping up all over and are taking market share from traditional training centers, and now claim 42% of the 54 million fitness users.

  • Boutique fitness companies take over Manhattan

    Specialty gyms, such as indoor cycling and kettle-bell boutiques, are eating up New York City's commercial real estate. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.

  • Under Armour CEO: Now good a time as any for entrepreneurs

    Kevin Plank, Under Armour Founder & CEO, talks about his entrepreneurship competition the Cupid's Cup, as well as the health of business and competitiveness in the U.S.

  • Happy National Beer Day!

    The Alementary Brewing Company's Mike Roosevelt and Blake Crawford, discusses the opening of their craft brewery facility in New Jersey next week, and weigh in on the craft beer craze and science of beer.

  • Curing hangovers in less than an hour

    Dr. Jason Burke has been called the world’s leading hangover expert and he claims he can cure your hangover in 45 minutes. Hangover Heaven has been curing people in the hangover capital of the world (the Vegas strip) since 2012 with his bus that will come to you.