Started by three college friends out of their dorm room at Georgetown University, Sweetgreen is now the restaurant world's first "unicorn," valued at over $ 1 billion. The salad company has 91 locations with more in the works and is vying to become the digital food platform of the future.
In real life, Axe's billionaire's lair is a spectacular two-story glass-walled penthouse that sits atop the Sky Lofts building in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood. The 7,500 square foot apartment was last listed for $45 million in 2017.
The owner of a successful ramp and safety company has difficulty approaching conflict, especially with his son. Get a sneak peek of Marcus helping them reconcile, and don't forget to tune in to an all new episode of "The Profit" Tuesday 10P ET/PT on CNBC.
Eve knows what it's like to be second-guessed because "a dude didn't come up with the idea." The rapper says she had to convince her label to let her record the collaboration with Gwen Stefani "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," which would go on to win a Grammy.
The owner of Handi Products has difficulties approaching conflict with his employees, including his son. Catch the sneak peek, and don't forget to tune in to "The Profit" Tuesday 10P ET/PT on CNBC.
Ayesha Curry explains how she manages to be a mother and an entrepreneur and where she finds the time and strength to do so.
Einstein's success was in large part due to his upbringing. Both of his parents fostered a rich, nurturing environment for Einstein to grow, according to Harvard Kennedy School professor Ronald Ferguson. Not socially adept and with a short attention span, much of his childhood development was fomented in the home.
Grocery shopping expert Joanie Demer gives tips on what you should and shouldn't buy at Walmart.
Ramit Sethi explains how you can negotiate your rent with your landlord and potentially save hundreds or thousands of dollars.
Personal finance expert David Bach shares the best way to handle a small windfall.
In a 1989 NBC "Today Show" interview, Bill Gates explains why he chose not to locate his company in Silicon Valley. He also shares what he was looking for in job candidates. At the time, Microsoft had just over 4,000 employees.
Giovanni Contardi is a 24-year-old artist who uses hundreds of Rubik's Cubes to make mosaic portraits. Some of faces featured in his work include Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams, Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Will Smith, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, and the late Amy Winehouse. Giovanni solves hundreds of cubes in a matter of hours – his quickest being just one hour and 40 minutes.
Former cheerleading coach Kristen Iniguez won just $500 on CNBC game show "Deal or No Deal." However, the San Diego, CA resident is still proud as ever, since she knows exactly what she plans to do with the money.
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.
Kevin O'Leary discusses two main questions you should ask yourself before you buy or put down a mortgage on a house.
Fallon Schwurack moved to New York City from Salt Lake City, Utah to pursue her dream of being a musical theatre dancer. To make ends meet, she works full time as a server, while attending dance auditions. Fallon says she lives very comfortably in NYC on her server income. She makes less money dancing than serving, but Fallon says her happiness is more important than her salary. Here's how she earns and spends her money.
Marcus Lemonis, Executive Producer Amber Mazzola, and Giovanni Senafe sit down for a behind-the-scenes look at an episode that features one of "The Profit's" most successful brands. Get a sneak peek, and don't forget to tune in to an all new episode of "The Profit: An Inside Look" Tuesday 9P ET/PT on CNBC.
Richard V. Reeves, author of "Dream Hoarders," says parents who get their kids into college by taking advantage of legacy admissions are cheating.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos both use the same strategy to make tough decisions.