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In Just One Year, This Cereal Creator Grew a Multi-Million Dollar Brand That's Now Stocked in Whole Foods Nationwide

Margaret Wishingrad's journey to cereal company founder started with a simple question: If moms are the ones feeding cereal to their kids, why aren't moms the ones making it?

How Co-Founders Without Tech Backgrounds Built an Enormously Successful Custom Platform

Alana Branston and Ali Kriegsman didn't have tech backgrounds when they launched Bulletin, now a wholesale marketplace home to thousands of brands and retailers, but they shared a passion for independent brands and the world of content marketing, which helped fuel their company's 30% month-over-month organic growth last year.

Bobbi Brown and Gail Federici on Third Acts and the Beauty Industry's 'Night and Day' Makeover: From Chocolate Frizz-Ease Bottles to Influencers 'Breaking the Seal'

Federici's John Frieda and Brown's eponymous line helped define the beauty industry in the 1990s. Now, in their 60s and 70s, the beauty moguls have launched their latest entrepreneurial ventures, and have seen a whole lot along the way.

This Brother-Sister Team Brings Innovation to the $3.5 Billion Candle Industry

In 2019, Eva Eckerblad and David Bronkie co-founded Siblings, a sustainable candle company, to address the industry's major waste problem. Here's how they did it.

Cactus Is the New Coconut, and These Founders Are Going All In: 'We Decided to Drop Our Lab Coats, Put on Our Cactus Suits and Chase the American Dream'

The Boston-based friends behind Pricklee Cactus Water found success with a clever marketing strategy, and now they're leaving their day jobs as pharmacists to become full-time entrepreneurs.

What's the Secret Behind Van Leeuwen's Internet-Breaking Ice Cream Flavors? Hint: Egg Yolks and America's Obsession With Chunks Play a Surprising Role.

Co-founder and CEO Ben Van Leeuwen has been thinking outside of the pint for years. Here's how the company makes the ice cream magic happen.

This Founder Just Launched a Company That's Giving Tea a Much-Needed Makeover for the 21st Century: 'Tea Is for Entrepreneurs. Coffee Is Corporate America's Drink.'

Co-founders David Segal and Harley Finkelstein launched their company Firebelly Tea today. The curated line of teas aims to bring the beverage into the 21st century -- and end Americans' exclusive relationship with coffee for good.

This TikTok Star, Who's Made $1 Million in 2021, Tackles the 'Taboo' Topic of Money and Reveals the Major Flaw in Dave Ramsey's Approach

Tori Dunlap, the 26-year-old personal-finance educator who's taken social media by storm, says we have to change the way we talk about money.

Amazon Workers Walk Off Job, Say the Company Cut Break Times Because the Pandemic Is 'Supposedly' Over

Dozens of employees at two Chicago-area facilities ditched work during the final stretch of holiday deliveries.

Delta CEO Asks CDC to Cut Quarantine Period for Breakthrough Covid Cases

The letter proposes that the current recommendation be halved -- from 10 days to five -- on the condition of a negative test.

Moderna Shares Spike After Company Says Its Covid Booster Increases Antibody Levels Against Omicron

The company also has plans to continue the development of a booster specifically targeting Omicron, which is expected to enter clinical trials in early 2022. 

An Amazon Driver Was Told She Would Be Fired If She Didn't Continue Delivering Packages Despite Tornado Warnings: Report

'Keep delivering,' the supervisor ordered. 'We can't just call people back for a warning unless Amazon tells us to.'

Apple Is Delaying Its Return-to-Office Date Indefinitely and Giving All Employees a $1,000 Bonus

The company's most recent push-back isn't its first precaution in the face of new Covid-19 developments.

Google Says Employees Who Don't Adhere to Vaccination Requirements Will Lose Pay and Ultimately Be Fired

The company will require its employees to come into the office three days a week at some point in 2022.

Recent Smash-and-Grab Robberies Across U.S. Were Planned on Social Media, Police Say

Law-enforcement officials say they haven't seen these organizing methods before, which make it difficult to identify and arrest suspects.