In a niche where cash is king, one marijuana kiosk start-up wants to improve the sales buzz for retailers and customers. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports.
Two friends are making millions selling hilarious outfits for those who love themed get-togethers.
Two former Unilever execs create a line of allergen-free hair products for kids with no toxins called Fresh Monster.
Maksim "Maks" Chmerkovskiy, the season 18 champion of "Dancing with the Stars," shares his secrets for life, business and making the most out of any situation.
Marc Randolph, the co-founder of Netflix, shares his insights on how to grow a successful company. He says having a partner is key to building an empire.
The Platt family launched Sky Zone in 2002, hoping to start a new type of professional sport...on the trampoline. That didn't work, and in a desperate move to make money, the company stumbled onto a winning model: charging people to jump for fun.
Founder and CEO of Fresh Diet, Zalmi Duchman, tells CNBC why he was the right person to keep his business on track.
West Texas Investors Club host Butch Gilliam says the business practice of charging personal expenses to your company card is putting your employees at risk.
The Belgian-born American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, best known for her iconic wrap dress talks of her travel to success.
Ready to sell you business and retire? From picking a successor to finding the right buyer you've got some big issues to consider. Sharon Epperson walks you through the steps that will leave your business in good hands so you can Retire Well.
Bert Jacobs, CEO of "Life is Good", believes optimism is a business strategy as well as a mindset. He relies on optimism to overcome failures along the way and grow his enterprises.
Tony Hawk tells CNBC that following your passion is important, but that real success comes from learning everything there is to know about it, even aspects that don't initially interest you. Hawk says that the same goes for being a successful businessman and boss.
Online merchants say counterfeit products on Amazon's marketplace are wreaking havoc on business.
GoDaddy CEO, Blake Irving, explains why you should own a domain name and why you should be using it … even if it only goes to your LinkedIn.
A powerful start-up ecosystem has emerged in San Diego, bolstered by its biotech and life sciences, mobile tech and aerospace excellence.
Actor Danny Trejo has starred in hundreds of films and TV shows, from “Breaking Bad” to “Bad Ass.” This former convict has gone from San Quentin to Hollywood and is now in the restaurant industry. He explains that the best way to “Make It” is to not act like a movie star, because “movie stars suck.”
Matthew Burnett, CEO of Maker’s Row, is on a mission to help small businesses find manufactures here in the U.S to produce. Maker’s Row is a marketplace that helps designers and producers find local manufactures to produce and prototype products.
San Diego is holding its own in the start-up ecosystem, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
Ajay Chopra, Trinity Ventures weighs in on why not all on-demand companies are doing so well with many firms failing before making it out of the gate.
Discussing new Title III regulations of the JOBS Act, which allow investing in start-ups, and the potential fallout, with Jon Medved, OurCrowd founder and CEO, and David Mandelbrot, Indiegogo CEO.