Small Business Video

  • Scot Rubin mixes a batch of liquid nitrogen ice cream.

    Former television host Scot Rubin cashed out his 401k only to stare bankruptcy in the face before flash freezing his way to success with liquid nitrogen.

  • It's not fair to scapegoat business: Strategist

    Marc Morial, former mayor of New Orleans and President & CEO of National Urban League, along with Joe Watkins, Former George H.W. Bush White House Aide and Republican Strategist, discuss the presidential candidates and their stances on economic issues.

  • Pulse of the sharing economy

    WSI Sports CEO Joel Wiens and Zeel Founder & CEO Samer Hamadeh discuss the on-demand, sharing economy and how it's changing the overall economy.

  • Wing Zone franchise preps for the big game

    One small business is trying to break its own record for chicken wing sales on Super Bowl weekend.

  • Welcome to the Uber Super Bowl

    Uber is a Super Bowl sponsor for the first time, paying to be the official ride-sharing app. In exchange, it will get special access to parking near Levi's Stadium.

  • Kevin Spacey recently became the chairman of Relativity Media. The actor discusses why he and his producer partner took this on.

  • Companies hiring in January: Paychex IHS survey

    Martin Mucci, Paychex CEO weighs in on the rebound in jobs last month.

  • Trapping people in a room is big business

    Former IT consultant-turned-entrepreneur Andrew McJannett-Smith was forced to quit his day job after his escape room business quickly became a top-rated Dallas attraction.

  • From bean counter to king of hyper-caffeine

    Michael Brown left an accounting career and opened a coffee shop in Saratoga Springs, NY. He gave his new career a much needed jolt by creating Death Wish Coffee known as the World’s strongest.

  • Politics of family leave

    Behind wages and health-care, paid leave is among the biggest points of contention on Main Street this election cycle.

  • Chili's CEO says tipping will stay in its restaurants

    Wyman Roberts says the company will not be ditching tipping

  • Ad Exec peddles boxer briefs

    Can Mr + Muse founder, Garrett Ryan, grow his hobby, turned “jobbie”, into a full-fledged business selling men’s underwear designed by women? “Don’t Quit Your Day Job…Yet” until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.

  • Tackling concussions with technology

    Kate Roger’s looks at the NFL’s top innovators when it comes to preventing concussions.

  • New York’s medicinal marijuana companies ready to open

    In the New Year, five license awardees in New York State will begin selling medicinal marijuana under the 2014 Compassionate Care Act. Kate Rogers gets an inside look at one startup’s operations.

  • Mom concocts an allergen friendly cosmetics line

    Can Kiss Freely founder, Jennifer Kurko, grow her hobby, turned “jobbie”, into a full-fledged business making allergy friendly cosmetics? “Don’t Quit Your Day Job…Yet” until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.

  • Can this jack of all trades master the lasagna take-and-bake business?

    Can David Viggiano take his mother's lasagna recipe to the next level? DON’T QUIT YOUR DAY JOB…YET, until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.

  • Crowdsourcing love advice

    Watch the founder of HeTexted pitch her start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.

  • A dentist and a doctor build a better baby changing pad

    Can PooPoose founder, Dana Fort, grow her hobby, turned “jobbie”, into a full-fledged business making safer diaper changing pads? “Don’t Quit Your Day Job…Yet” until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.

  • Bridging the gender funding gap

    CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at what "Shark Tank's" Kevin O'Leary is doing to help woman gain access to capital to fund their businesses.

  • A business built one sandwich at a time

    Ratha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz have created a Cambodian sandwich empire in the heart of New York City. The duo now has seven Num Pang storefronts spread across Manhattan. Here's how they did it.