Dave Millican has been making championship belts out of his garage for WWE and other wrestling companies for most of his life.
Online company Betabrand mixes fashion with humor to create Internet buzz and engage its fans.
Jersey Jack Pinball is looking to reignite interest in pinball by making machines with LCD screens, LED lights, and modern electronics.
Modern Pinball NYC is hoping to reignite interest in the classic game by opening a business where anyone can stop in and play.
Jim Malone, owner of Brooklyn-based CounterEvolution, takes abandoned bowling lane wood and creates beautiful pieces of furniture for your home or office.
Reggae legend Bob Marley's son Rohan co-founded Marley Coffee, a brand dedicated to sustainable farming and social entrepreneurship.
Douglas Quint came up with the idea for a different kind of ice cream truck one summer in NYC, and Big Gay Ice Cream has since blossomed into a brand with storefronts on both coasts.
Mike DaSilva left his job in the tech industry a decade ago and followed his passion, making beautifully hand-crafted ukuleles that sell for thousands of dollars.
Peter Thum, founder of Ethos water, has a new socially conscious business venture, Liberty United, taking guns from cities like Philadelphia and Syracuse and turning them into jewelry.
Superstorm Sandy hit Susan Povich and Ralph Gorham with nearly half a million dollars in rebuilding costs. But one year later, Red Hook Lobster Pound is back on its feet and business is booming.
The Cronut, a croissant-doughnut hybrid filled with cream, is taking NYC by storm, with people waiting hours in line and paying as much as $40 to get one.
From undercover yoga, to frozen yogurt for dogs, small business owners trying out for the ABC series 'Shark Tank' give their quick pitches.
We visited Maplewood, N.J., and spoke to small business owners about what it's like to run a shop in today's economic climate.