Today’s Salute to American Success goes to a mom who created an organic-baby product business – called Zoë b Organic -- that’s making green from being green.
Today’s Salute to American Success goes to a man who pulled himself out of poverty to create a multi-million-dollar hair-care products empire, and has proven he can more than cut it in the business world.
Today’s American Success Salute goes to Tanisha Akinloye, the founder and CEO of Trumbull, Conn.-based Empowering Through Beauty – a nonprofit that provides free makeovers and beauty services to help homeless, battered, and low-income women know their inner and outer beauty.
Today’s Salute to American Success goes to a founder of a growing roofing business that’s enjoying being on top!
Today’s American Success Salute goes to an entrepreneurial teen -- a millennial -- who doesn’t plan on coasting through life.
The Loopy Ewe founder Sheri Berger just wanted to help her 13-year-old daughter find a hobby...but the search turned into something so much more.
Today’s Salute to American Success goes to Harvey Ricard, owner of the Connecticut Stage Company -- a costume and theatre production shop in business for more than 25 years.
Today’s American Success goes to JoAnn Tilghman, founder and president of Granny Jo Products -- a small business that adds a little bling to senior citizens’ golden years.
Today's Salute to American Success goes to Dave Katz, owner of Meriden, Conn.-based Katz Gloves. Katz breaks in baseball gloves for a living. That’s right – breaks in baseball gloves – for a living.