Know any of these entrepreneurial types? Seen any of them in the mirror lately?
Richard Branson writes letter to 12-year-old fan detailing 'the key enterprising skills' he used when first starting out, and still today.
FBN’s Stuart Varney weighs in on the founder of Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson .
Farecompare.com CEO Rick Seaney on how travelers can overcome flying fears.
Priceline.com ‘Negotiator’ William Shatner on the success of Priceline.com and its advertising campaign and his interest in a role in the new Batman vs. Superman movie.
As college students begin classes, many aspiring Mark Zuckerbergs may be weighing the possibility of dropping out to pursue their big idea. Serial entrepreneur and Stanford professor Steve Blank and Babson professor Andrew Corbett weigh in.
FareCompare.com CEO Rick Seaney on the Dept. of Justice’s effort to block the US Airways-American Airlines merger and what the government can do to reduce airline ticket prices.
On the surface, the breakout success of the Robertson clan – stars of A&E's runaway hit show "Duck Dynasty" – seems entirely improbable, if not downright miraculous....
Here’s what Richard Branson can teach us about networking that sticks.
The moon may be a desolate ball of dirt that hasn't seen human interaction in 40 years, but that hasn't stopped some real estate moguls from making millions of dolla...
Bill by two House Democrats aims to preserve U.S. landing sites
Sunpower CEO Tom Werner on using solar to power a plane.
Khan Academy CEO Sal Khan on the steps to improving education.
Entrepreneur Richard Branson says succeeding in business is all about making connections. Here is his advice on making professional relationships a key asset.
Planetary Resources chairman Eric Anderson on mining asteroids
FBN's Jo Ling Kent breaks down afternoon market news.
Shares of Microsoft are trading at a 13-year high on rumors that the software giant's board has narrowed the list of possible candidates to succeed CEO Steve Ballmer...
Houston-based startup Rebellion Photonics produces innovative cameras that help see explosive gas leaks in real time – potentially before they get out of hand.
History is full of upstarts who slugged it out with industry giants and won. Here is what it takes.