From undercover yoga, to frozen yogurt for dogs, small business owners trying out for the ABC series 'Shark Tank' give their quick pitches.
Weight Watchers began 50 years ago as a regular meeting in founder Jean Nidetch's apartment.
The electronics maker never knew its audio cassette commercial would find a place in pop culture history.
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.
How two young entrepreneurs created a cocktail shaker made with a Mason jar that wound up on West Elm's shelves.
When her job was eliminated in a corporate shuffle, weekend chef Jill Foucré decided to open a cooking school.
Boston Beer Co. founder Jim Koch visits the NYSE to discuss 'Brewing the American Dream,' a program that provides loans and coaching for small businesses.
Okabashi Brands was founded in the 1980s when U.S. manufacturing was shrinking. But thanks to automation, a U.S. workforce, and recycling methods, Okabashi is a success story.
Larry DelGrego and his family have been fixing and refurbishing Parker shotguns for four generations.