'Crack the Funding Code' author Judy Robinett on the challenges for entrepreneurs to find the funding necessary for their startup.
Small business owner Craig Huey on the impact of California's high-tax rate and policies on residents as well as small business owners in the state.
NFIB President Juanita Duggan on U.S. small business optimism and the skilled worker shortage.
This Halloween staple is a family affair run by three lady bosses.
Successfully running a business and overcoming stereotypes are major undertakings on their own. Valerie Figarella tackles both every day.
Robin Burdette is the founder and owner of the Blue Ridge Fudge Lady in Pulaski, Virginia. Fudge had always represented joyful memories for Burdette.
This former Victoria’s Secret employee is reshaping the lingerie market.
Tara Hutch Designs is a small business producing a much deserved personal payoff.
The owner and founder of Farmgirl Flowers, Christina Stembel, bootstrapped her company in 2010 with her entire savings of $49,000. Now, her company is on track to make $20 million. A look at how she did it and the advice she has for other entrepreneurs.
Author Nathan Latka on capitalism versus socialism and how he became a self-made millionaire.
Corbin Broner, 17-year-old entrepreneur, on turning his love of fishing into a successful custom fishing rod business.
FBN's Stuart Varney on a study by GoBankingRates.com finding Portland, Oregon was one of the best cities in America to start a small business.
ThirdLove co-founder Heidi Zak on the success of the direct-to-consumer lingerie startup and the company's unique advertising strategy.
Little Spoon co-founder Lisa Barnett on the company's effort to modernize baby food.
‘Bar Rescue’ host Jon Taffer on McDonald’s franchise owners’ concerns about the cost of Uber Eats and the challenges for small businesses in finding workers to fill entry-level positions.
NFIB President Juanita Duggan on the state of small business in America.
Nightfood CEO Sean Folkson on the company's ice cream that it claims will help consumers sleep better.
Baked By Melissa has sold 100 million cupcakes in 10 years.
Pizzeria Paradiso owner Ruth Gresser on the restaurant's special pizzas inspired by female lawmakers and their respective states.
U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Linda McMahon on the rising number of women in the workforce, efforts to boost small business lending in rural areas and the sectors seeing the most startups.