Tom Lewand, Shinola CEO, discusses how he is contributing to the revitalization of downtown Detroit.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon explains why he's invested $100 million into the revival and revitalization of Detroit's community, economy and small businesses.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and independent business owners Regina Gaines and Roslyn Karamoko speak with CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert about the revival and revitalization of Detroit.
Billionaire Todd Wagner, co-founder of Broadcast.com and co-owner of 2929 Entertainment says being an entrepreneur isn't for everyone.
Senada Adzem, former Trump International vice president, discusses her support for Donald Trump.
According to the National Federation of Independent Businesses the rising cost of health insurance is the number one concern for small business owners, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
Chiang Zhan Xiang, co-founder of Pezzo, talks about bringing the concept of selling pizza by the slice from the U.S. to Asia.
Be a "subject matter expert," says Mary Callahan Erdoes, CEO of J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
Randy Edeker, Hy-Vee chair, CEO & president, discusses the top employment issues in his state, including minimum wage, and food stamps.
Tim Brehm, Java Joes owner, and Amy Brehm, Java Joes owner, discuss what the big issues are for them this election year. At this point we are supporting Donald Trump, says Brehm.
Sam Adams beer founder and billionaire Jim Koch says happiness is more fulfilling than being rich.
Cleveland Bagel Company showed up in the Big Apple to prove their worth in a taste test with the CEO of Boxed.com.
Dropsuite's Charif Elansari says recent data breaches have been inside jobs and not the result of a vulnerability in cloud-based systems.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the next generation of 3D printing in Philly with BioBots, a company launched in 2014 by a UPenn graduate.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Todd Wagner tells CNBC what he's realized a billion dollars won't change about a person.
Jim Koch, co-founder of Boston Beer Company, the producers of Samuel Adams beer, explains how he grow the company into a billion dollar business.
Two experienced digital hands go all analog by creating a card game called "Exploding Kittens."
CNBC's Kate Roger's talks RevZilla, an ecommerce giant selling motorcycling apparel, parts and accessories on the web and in its single standalone store in Philly.
Weebly co-founders Dan Veltri, David Rusenko and Chris Fanini have a novel hiring tactic they call the "trial week."
Entrepreneur and co-host of CNBC's upcoming show 'The Deed,' Sideny Torres talks about the type of mind an entrepreneur must have to succeed.