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This Company Wants to Sell You 'Raw' Water

When 'raw' water comes out of your tap, you're warned to boil it. But, these entrepreneurs say theirs is good for you.

Gene Marks

Scam or Superior Product? How One Entrepreneur Dealt With Scandal After Early Success.

The Shredz CEO explains how he built his company and how he has shouldered the responsibility for it.

Gerard Adams

Corporate Social Responsibility: Planet Fitness Takes a Stand Against Bullying

Bullying is a serious problem with long-term consequences. And it's getting worse.

Sherry Gray

A Defined Approach to Fitness Marketing

Fitness and health companies can pump up their profits by specifically targeting their customers.

Andre Bourque

At Age 40, Natalie Jill Was Overweight and Broke. Then Fitness Made Her Millions.

The founder of the 7-Day Jump Start and other fitness programs shares tips to business success on this episode of 'The Pursuit.'

Detroit, Seattle and Milwaukee Are Included in the 10 Best Cities for Starting a Yoga Studio

With yoga spreading to all corners of the country, online storage finder SpareFoot wondered: What are the best cities to start a yoga studio?

Al Harris

The Most Important Question for Any Entrepreneur, Period.

The secret to success for four highly motivated people comes down to what makes them move forward.

Joe De Sena

More People Flocking to Fitness Classes Inspired by Ballet, Cycling and Tech

Recent findings from MyFitnessPal also show a dip in interest in yoga.

Carolyn Sun

This Franchisee Left a Life of Crime (Others' Crimes) to Focus on Fitness

Government prosecutor April Porter had seen more than enough horrific sex offenses and homicides. She decided to walk away.

With Orgying Models and Public Breastfeeding, Are Equinox's Latest Ads a Desperate Ploy or Pure Genius?

The campaign, shot by fashion photographer Steven Klein, features the tagline, 'Commit to something.'

Geoff Weiss