The co-founders of Surprise Ride made an impressive "Shark Tank" pitch that ended in the unexpected.
It's not every day that an auto enthusiast is able to break a world driving record, and turn his love of cars into a business model with a booming social media following.
"It wasn't sexy, and people were saying to me, 'Oh, so you're a lice lady.' I said, 'No, I'm the lice diva.'"
Brandon Zavala started making "Pinot Meow" and "Catbernet" in his own kitchen as a side hustle.
Ed Currie's "PuckerButt Peppers" have saved his life in more ways than one.
A plastic footstool for your toilet has made one Utah family multimillionaires.
Babiators are $20-$25 aviator sunglasses for children as young as newborns. Revenues in 2017 were nearly $5 million.
Tina Roth-Eisenberg wants her company, Tattly, to be to temporary tattoos what Kleenex is to tissues. She's off to a good start.
It started as a joke. Now Moses Lam and Troy Paquette predict $500,000 in sales in 2018.
They invented Drop Stop to keep your phone from falling into "The Carmuda Triangle."
"If we can do it, anybody can do it."
Marsha Lindsey's financial advisor thought she had lost her mind.