The biggest names in jazz have flocked to a basement in New York City's Greenwich Village: Lorraine Gordon's The Village Vanguard. Here's how she did it.
Ashley Fina is the third generation at the helm of Michael C. Fina, the Fifth Avenue retailer and employee-recognition company. She talks about how she and her cousins divvy up responsibilities.
Elliot Weissbluth, CEO of HighTower Advisors, has raised $165 million to pluck high-end investment advisors from established brokerage firms--and away from inherent conflicts.
Mallika Chopra describes how her father's well-being techniques served her, especially as she launched her own company, Intent, a social network.
Four-time entrepreneur Joe Apprendi talks about exiting three companies and how his latest--Collective, a New York online advertising firm--could be his home run, an IPO.
Turnaround specialist Howard Tullman talks about how to bring about change--and avoid needing it in the first place. Plus, why you need employees who don't bathe.
Kevin Millien, COO of Boston Technologies, talks about how he co-founded a software company that connects two participants to do online foreign exchange trading.
Rachel Ashwell was a single mother when she opened her first Shabby Chic boutique in Santa Monica, California. Then the financial crisis hit.
Dan Ushman and Zak Boca co-founded SingleHop, which manages web servers dedicated to particular clients, after selling MidPhase, another web hosting company they co-founded.
Frank Campanaro, CEO of Trillacorpe Construction, steered his company through a 15-month investigation that almost put it out of business.
Shazi Visram, founder and CEO of HappyBaby, created a health conscious baby food brand to make a positive difference in the lives of children and parents.
charity:water founder and CEO Scott Harrison tells the story of how he went from being a nightclub promoter to building one of the fastest growing charities ever.
Michael Palatnek and David Stutz Co-Founders of C2C Outdoor have found success through the combination of their unique skill sets.
Hartley Peavey couldn't cut it as a guitarist, so he did the next best thing: He built Peavey Electronics, maker of rock 'n' roll's best-loved amplifiers.
OrangeSoda founder and CEO Jay Bean discusses the responsibilities of being a CEO and creating a workplace that combines productivity and fun.
Tekscape founder and owner David Smith uses his experience as an engineer and his belief in his business to manage pressure and his employees.
Birchbox co-founders Hayley Barna and Katia Beauchamp share how they manage scaling their quickly growing beauty discovery service.
Gene Gray, president of Innovative IDM talks about the challenging decision he made to survive the recession and the need for balance between work and home.
Rent The Runway co-founders Jennifer Hyman and Jennifer Fleiss make as many mistakes as possible as quickly as possible--and then analyze them to figure out how they can improve over time.
Someecards co-founder and CEO Duncan Mitchell talks about how he and his team decide which of 20 ideas are worth trying.