Michael Kelly, who plays political operative Doug Stamper in Netflix' 'House of Cards', tells CNBC what success means to him.
Stephen Sheinbaum, Bizfi founder, shares results from his company's survey on small business.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at the latest data from the National Federation of Independent Business to get a read on how small business owners feel about expansion, growth and the election.
Bonin Bough, host of CNBC's 'Cleveland Hustles' and former chief media and e-commerce officer at Mondelez International says this phrase could be scaring away potential talent at big companies.
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh got rid of traditional managers and switched to Holacracy at the company in 2015.
Former 49ers star Patrick Willis retired from the NFL last year and now is an EVP at Open Source Storage.
Bob Carrigan, Dun & Bradstreet CEO, discusses how his company can help other companies make better business decisions by putting big data to work.
The Proper Pig BBQ in Cleveland hadn't considered serving breakfast. Which means they hadn't considered the potential profits.
A family move to Austin spawned an idea about relocating pets. Today, the O'Briens run Petrelocation.com.
Chris Edwards, Co-CEO of Edward Marc Brands, discusses the secret behind the family business chocolatier's sweet success, the new trends in the snack industry and his family's political ideas.
This Chicago pizzeria went to Mexico City and worked with a chef to combine deep-dish with the Mexican cuisine.
Chip Wilson, the billionaire founder of Lululemon, speaks to the CNBC about quick and agile businesses need to be in a hyper-connected world.
Alibaba's Jack Ma says globalization has benefited large firms and developing nations, but there has to be a way to take small businesses global too.
Wesley Bright, owner of Akron Honey Company, bought a vacant plot of land and started keeping bees. Now he's turning their honey into profits.
Brit Morin, CEO of Brit+Co, a DIY branded content website, has made herself the face of the brand. "I'm most proud of the fact that Brit+Co has stayed very authentic to our mission from the beginning," says Morin.
Columbus, Ohio is experiencing a start-up business boom. CNBC’s Kate Rogers reports.
Small companies are making equipment that sends people to space. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
CNBC'S Kate Rogers goes to Columbus to look at one company, Hot Chicken Takeover, that's giving a second chance to its workers.
If your business is looking to expand, "Cleveland Hustles" host Bonin Bough says don't ignore this number one driver of growth.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports from Columbus, Ohio about the small businesses and startups like Print Syndicate that are thriving there.