"The Profit" star does not subscribe to the "new year, new me" mantra.
"Being in business isn't about making a million dollars in the first year it's about enjoying and celebrating the little wins."
"If I can't convince her to trust my process, Monica Potter Home may be at risk of closing forever."
"I think everyone needs to lighten up."
"I don't really care," says Lemonis of cryptocurrencies.
The host of CNBC'S "The Profit" revitalizes the connection between a boss and his company.
The rules are quite simple, he says.
The serial entrepreneur and host of CNBC's "The Profit" says owning a home is about more than equity.
"They look like chickens with their heads cut off," says Marcus Lemonis.
To get a raise or a promotion, master these basic strategies.
The CEO and host of "The Profit" has some words of wisdom for the president.
It's especially important for small-business owners to know this sign.
Many people skip this crucial step, says the host of CNBC's "The Profit."
"Profit" host Marcus Lemonis shows this company what they've overlooked.
Turnaround king Marcus Lemonis highlights how spending more to produce a product can be worth it in the long run.
Forbes just released its 2017 Billionaires List, and here's what the five richest men have in common.
Switching jobs after a few years isn't necessarily a bad thing.
The CNBC star shares his unconventional way of making people comfortable in business settings.
Jim Schlegel was there in '45 the last time the Cubs played in the World Series, but didn't expect he'd be able to go this year.