Padmasree Warrior, CEO of electric car company, NIO U.S. and former Motorola and Cisco exec, is a force in the technology world. Warrior shares three traits she says are necessary to make it in the tech industry.
Brian Goldberg spent 13 years trading equities in Asia. Now he is introducing Americans to the jianbing, a quintessential Chinese all-day breakfast food, which he's selling from his NYC eatery Mr. Bing. The original Beijing style is a mung bean, rice and white-flour crepe coated with scrambled egg, sesame seeds, scallions, hoisin sauce, crispy chilli paste, cilantro and packed with crunchy wontons — newer meat versions include barbecued pork, peking duck and drunken chicken. Pricing on a bing ranges from $10 for a traditional to $15 for Peking duck.
YouTube star Olga Kay used her entire savings of $20,000 to start her business, Mooshwalks.
Siri co-founder Adam Cheyer sold one start-up to Apple and another to Samsung. He shares his four keys to launching a successful business.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Kentucky on the sentiment from small businesses on the issue of health-care reform.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports small business owners rank health care costs and reform among the top issues they are focused on.
To fix a messy yogurt spill, Kristin Ahmer invented a spill-proof, dishwasher-safe reusable food pouch and launched her own company to make it. Now, she’s expanding into other spill-proof packages, and not just for kids.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) lays out his proposal for tax reforms to help small-to-medium-sized businesses and hurdle of health-care reform.
This 26-year-old CEO shares his method for figuring out your biggest strength.
CNBC's Kate Rogers weighs in on how small businesses face uncertainty on health care and tax reform.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the latest read on small business sentiment from the NFIB.
Sebastian Thrun quit his jobs at Google and Stanford to found a company that revolutionized the way we learn.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports virtual offices are on the rise and technology is opening the way for startups to create 5-star addresses, supply urban area codes, and even provide receptionists who answers phones and accept real mail or faxes.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the latest read on small business expectations from the National Federation of Independent Business' monthly report.
From good posture to inflecting your voice, communication and body language expert Dr. Lillian Glass shares what it takes to be a strong communicator.
Trying Career Coach Ellen Faye's productivity tips can help you become a successful leader at work.
Baby boomers are more entrepreneurial than younger generations according to a 2015 study from the Kauffman Foundation. The study found this age group was nearly twice as likely as millennials to plan to launch new businesses.
When it comes to launching new businesses, Baby Boomers are outpacing millennials, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers with a look at a 65-year old man in Philadelphia who's not ready to retire just yet.
This week is National Small Business Week, and Kate is hitting the road to highlight different demographics of entrepreneurs and their contributions to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in recent years. Startup numbers overall rose for the second year in a row in 2016, a promising sign after falling with the recession and failing to rebound. But what is holding some groups back, while others flourish? Kate finds out across the country.
Marty Mucci, Paychex president and CEO, breaks down the latest data on small business hiring, wages and sentiment.