She was the first black woman to lead an S&P 500 company. But for Ursula Burns, being a CEO was a breeze compared to her babysitting gig.
Sean Combs, better known as P Diddy or Puff Daddy knew from early on that he was an entrepreneur.
Chairman of BP Capital, T-Boone Pickens, says ever since his first job delivering newspapers during the Great Depression, he's never been without money in his pocket.
Sheila Johnson describes the first act of her career, a non-paying job as a violin teacher.
Before delivering the evening news, Anchorman Dan Rather delivered newspapers.
The EcoSport is a small SUV model that has been available in countries outside the U.S. since 2003. Ford Motor Company CEO Mark Fields talks about its launch in the U.S.
Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert is the first woman to become CEO of a major professional services firm. She instituted a 16-week family leave program and says "sometimes we do need to be a little self-assertive, raise our hand and say what we want."
In the U.S. today, the average African-American household owns just 6 cents for every $1 of wealth held by the typical white household, and blacks make up just 1.7% of the top 1% of wealthy Americans. But there are black members of the 1% who are working to change that. Tanzina Vega investigates the historical and contemporary racial barriers to wealth creation in the U.S.
During the second presidential debate, Donald Trump said Warren Buffett took a "massive deduction" on his tax return. CNNMoney's Paul La Monica reports on Buffett's response.