They say making money online is easy to do. CNBC Make It's Zack Guzman is determined to find out for himself if that's true.
Her company has made her one of the richest self-made women in America.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at how U.S. tariffs will likely impact some Main Street business owners.
A young Mark Zuckerberg sat down with CNBC in 2004 to discuss "The Facebook" in the early days of his company.
CNBC's Kate Rogers breaks out the latest results from the National Federation of Independent Business.
Co-founder and CEO of Grab, Anthony Tan talks to CNBC about acquiring Uber's Southeast Asia business and what's next for Grab.
34-year-old Samantha Hess has created a platonic cuddling business in Portland, Oregon. Clients can choose from 70 different cuddling positions, and Hess charges $80 per session.
LOOK Trailers is one of many businesses that are already feeling the heat from Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on how small business owners are reacting to President Trump's trade policy, including recent tariffs aimed at intellectual property theft as well as steel and aluminum imports.
Take a look inside Domain's Sydney office, where the Australian property app wants to make its employees feel at home.
Haider al-Abadi speaks about rebuilding the Iraqi economy.
CNBC's Kate Rogers breaks down the latest numbers on small business from the National Federation of Independent Business.
Moses Lam, 32, and Troy Paquette, 39, are partners in Vitality Air, a company which sells cans of Banff air around the world.
CNBC's Kate Rogers kicks off a new coverage series called "Closing the Gap" with results of a new survey.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the latest results of CNBC's Small Business Survey.
Melissa Ben-Ishay decided to follow her passion after losing her job.
CNBC's Kate Rogers provides the monthly read on small business confidence from the National Federation of Independent Business.
On this week's episode of "Billion Dollar Buyer," self-made billionaire Tilman Fertitta meets with the founders of tea company Mar-Tea-Na. The company's revenues are low and the two founders are struggling to get along.
Following his appearance at the State of the Union as a guest of First Lady Melania Trump, Steve Staub, Staub Manufacturing Solutions president and co-founder, gives his optimistic views on the manufacturing sector under President Trump.
Matt Williams realized that in venue bathrooms, you need a shelf for your beer, and you have a captive audience for advertising.