Entrepreneur and author
Carol Roth is an on-air contributor for CNBC, a “recovering” investment banker, entrepreneur and best-selling author. She makes people think, makes them laugh and makes them money. Her accomplishments have ranged from her commentary on multimedia; to the seat she formerly held on the board of directors of a public company; to her role as an advisor on the raising of capital, M&A, joint ventures and licensing transactions. Roth splits her time between Chicago and New York City.
Bankruptcy is not ultimate failure, it is the clean slate you need to move forward.
Remember what day-to-day concerns your target small company customer has, and fit your product to that concern.
Being your own boss can be a beautiful thing if you follow some key guidelines.
Macy's, Wal-Mart and Target should all consider structuring its websites like Amazon.
Sometimes, cutting corners comes back to haunt you.
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It's critical to recharge your battery, to do your best for yourself and your business, so unplugging for a period of time is necessary.
Follow these strategies to harness the power of big data for your business.
Women in Business
Quit apologizing when you didn't do anything wrong and when you share the credit, keep the portion that is rightfully yours.
If life knocks you down seven times, make sure you get up eight.
The next time that you are thinking of leaving your job for a new business venture, evaluate if your employer might be the perfect partner.
Craig Wolfe, CEO of Celebriducks -- the top custom rubber duck manufacturer in the world -- describes how his company leverages the Made in the USA label.
Brian Steorts is the owner of a veteran-run business called Flags of Valor. Here, he shares how working with "America's best" is an entrepreneurial privilege.
Grush, creators of a toothbrush that encourages better habits in kids, claimed the prize on 'America's Greatest Makers' with proper preparation and adaptability.
When it comes to business, what's often left out of the story -- with a handful of exceptions -- is that the overnight success was decades in the making.
Here's what I learned from interviewing for a job I didn't really want -- but I got the gig, and it launched my career.
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