The hospitality company plans to hire 25,000 more veterans by 2025 as part of its program, "Operation: Opportunity."
Dakota Micro Inc. CEO Charissa Rubey discusses her American-made camera company, how she has been impacted by China tariffs, and its applications for agriculture and military use.
Kennedy gives her opinion on marijuana prohibition, especially how it impacts veterans. Then, former U.S. Air Force Combat Veteran Joshua Littrell speaks on the topic and says cannabis saved his life.
K9s for Warriors CEO Rory Diamond discusses how his non-profit organization provides trained service dogs to veterans suffering from trauma related to their time in the military.
Retired Staff Sgt. David Bellavia, who was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Trump earlier this year, discusses normalizing service, hiring more veterans and his positive outlook on how Americans treat veterans.
Allied Universal CEO Steve Jones, whose company has hired over 33,000 veterans, discusses why these hires are good business.
Host of Fox Nation’s 'Park’d' Abby Hornacek reports from a Veterans Day business fair in Fox Square and talks with Feltman’s of Coney Island about its hot dog business and its work raising money for the Headstrong Project, which helps veterans with mental health issues.
Former AIG chairman and CEO Hank Greenberg speaks on being a World War II and Korean War veteran, as well as what Veterans Day means to him.
The organization Building Homes for Heroes builds homes for veterans that are customized to accommodate injuries received during service. Three recipients of these homes – Army Staff Sgt. Aaron Hale, U.S. Army Sgt. Joel Tavera and Army Master Sgt. George Vera and his daughter – join FOX Business to discuss how their lives have been changed by this organization.
Retired U.S. Army National Guard Sergeant Dan McKnight from the organization Bring Our Troops Home discusses the politics of who can declare war.
IRONBOUND Boxing founder Michael Steadman talks about how he founded the business.
Retired Army Gen. Mark Nutsch shares his experiences on the battlefield 18 years ago and provides insight into the bourbon distillery he opened with his former Green Berets.
Black Rifle Coffee Company can trace its roots to the deserts of the Iraq War, now its a multi-million dollar business.
Tropic Ocean Airways CEO and founder Rob Ceravolo said he was honored to serve in the military, and it's days like Veterans Day that remind him of that privilege.
The company has donated $170 million to veteran and military-related organizations since 2012.
They took the leadership lessons they learned in the military into the boardroom.
There are 250,000 service members getting out of the military every year, according to Greater Pensacola Navy Federal Credit Union senior vice president Keith Hoskins, which is why he said it was so important to form this list to help support them.
JDog Junk Removal and Hauling is a veteran-owned company started by Jerry and Tracy Flanagan that is hiring veterans.
Greater Pensacola Navy Federal Credit Union SVP Keith Hoskins and Hire Heroes USA CEO Christopher Plamp talk about how difficult it can be to transition into civilian life after the military and how crucial it is to consider hiring a veteran.
EF Overwatch’s Mike Sarraille discusses his company’s work transitioning U.S. Special Forces veterans into the workforce.