Entrepreneurs must be ready to change their minds about what works and what doesn’t, and change their business model accordingly.
The manic presenter of the Mad Money show on CNBC and founder of TheStreet.com is bullish.
German financier Lars Windhorst has a history of making – and losing – money. But this time, he’s out to prove his doubters wrong.
It’s not the technology that investment bank boss Jamie Dimon has a problem with. It’s the cryptocurrency.
When Cecile Reinaud’s pregnant colleagues came to her complaining they didn’t have anything to wear, she got down to business and set up Séraphine.
Lindsell Train has notched up considerable success by focusing on a few core stocks. Merryn Somerset Webb talked to Michael Lindsell about his strategy.
Monito is an online comparison tool that provides a new way for people to find, compare and review money-transfer services and fees when sending money abroad.
The seeds of City PR firm Bell Pottinger’s downfall were sown years ago when its CEO fell out with its larger-than-life co-founder, Tim Bell.
Only four deep-diving submersible submarines exist and they all belong to national governments. Stockton Rush is out to change that.
Chen Tianqiao once ran China’s largest internet firm, then moved to Singapore and transformed his firm into an investment group. Now he’s turning to philanthropy.