Peloton is disrupting the fitness industry with a high tech bike that allows people to exercise from home, while accessing a slew of cycling classes that are broadcast on a screen and taught by celebrity instructors.
When it comes to being an entrepreneur, communication is key, says the "Shark Tank" star, Robert Herjavec.
When a shaved cream shop in New York experiences growing pains, Marcus Lemonis comes to the rescue. Before getting into logistics, he gets the scoop internal issues first. Get a sneak peek, and don't forget to tune in to an all new episode of "The Profit" Tuesday at 10P ET/PT.
Ayesha Curry discusses her love for shopping at Whole Foods and why her husband Stephen Curry always checks the receipt.
In 8th grade, Rishi Bagaria began investing in the stock market. Now, in between high school classes, he's serving as junior partner at life sciences investment fund Thessalus Capital.
"Budgets are the worst," says self-made millionaire Grant Sabatier.
And no, it's not Warren Buffett or Jeff Bezos.
Michael B. Jordan shares the best advice he got while he's been in Hollywood and how that applied to acting in Black Panther.
Real life hero Justin Uhart won $120,000 on CNBC game show "Deal or No Deal." The 27-year-old loan officer saved the life of Jan Lambourne during the mass shooting in Las Vegas in October 2017.
Kevin O'Leary discusses the one thing that makes or breaks a relationship between a couple financially.
Ex-Navy SEAL Jocko Willink wakes up at 4:30 a.m. Here's his secret to attacking the day.
Want to treat your significant other like a celebrity but don't have the funds? Here's some ideas for $30 or less inspired by outrageous celebrity gifts.
"You don't really need a superpower to calculate it," says CNBC contributor Suzy Welch.
Senior money reporter Kathleen Elkins took up a challenge to wake and walk like Jack Dorsey for a week. Here's what happened.
For a startup, there are 60 seconds that can make or break you. Here’s how to sell your idea in the perfect elevator pitch. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports.
Fans of "The Profit" are in for a treat with back-to-back episodes – and a rare twist ending! Don't miss an all new episode of "The Profit: An Inside Look" Tuesday at 9P ET/PT, followed by "The Profit" at 10P ET/PT.
Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right hand man at Berkshire Hathaway, shares his outlook on Amazon and CEO Jeff Bezos, in light of news that the retail giant is cancelling its planned second headquarters in New York City.
Marcus Lemonis helps Lyles BBQ make a good impression at the local mall – but one team member isn't so happy about being there in the first place. Get a sneak peek, and don't miss an all new episode of "The Profit" Tuesday 10P ET/PT.