"I bought a machine for $25 in 1946 and built a small empire," he told pal Bill Gates.
Adversity can become your advantage if you choose to persevere and learn from the challenges you face.
“If there is some way for me to help these kids I will do so,” says the billionaire entrepreneur.
Just one Silicon Valley tech giant makes this list.
The friends swapped childhood memories while visiting a candy store.
This 16th century Italian Renaissance mega-mansion — valued at €38,000,000 — is about to become the first piece of real estate to accept cryptocurrency bids at auction.
Boseman says it's important to "acknowledge the heroes that we have in real life."
CEOs for companies like Nike, Merck and PPL all graduated from this public school, reports LinkedIn.
This "is one of the most explosive episodes I've done in years," says Lemonis on CNBC's "The Profit."
The Jimmy Choo co-founder tells CNBC about business lessons, dealing with Harvey Weinstein and gender equality.
Musk and his brother, Kimbal, couldn't afford an apartment when they founded web software company Zip2, in 1995.
The first annual "$1.25 Throwdown" challenged cooks to meet strict budgetary and nutritional guidelines.
Don't ever come to the negotiating table with this in mind, says the Grammy-winning rapper.
There's a fine line between determination and desperation.
In recent years, people around the world have become more concerned with the way they feel and not just with how they look.
These three tips could help drive your company's equality agenda.
The Tesla and SpaceX billionaire tweeted about universal basic income.
Bezos is worth more than Bill Gates or Warren Buffett.
Anne Wojcicki of 23andMe says growing up, she had a lot of independence.
"I could do more things. I didn't have to be beholden to anyone."