what do you do when you’re ready to find the next leader and CEO of the global, multimillion-dollar company you’ve created and the solution seems elusive?
We’ve heard a lot of discussion in recent years about parties—specifically, whether the concept of a home party remains relevant in our time-pressed, technologically driven society.
Eddie Stone did not consider himself a rebel when he started Raleigh, North Carolina-based Touchstone Essentials.
Offering attainable luxury in the form of beauty products and accessories, the lifestyle brand and its founder are taking a rather unexpected path.
Brett Blake is kinda hard core. He built his corporate muscle marketing products with names like Body Beast, TurboJam and Rev3—products that sound like they do not mess around.
Fragrance is personal. What appeals to the olfactory senses of one individual may not appeal to another.
It’s a new day for Vemma Nutrition Co.
When direct sales jewelry giant Stella & Dot decided to expand to the United Kingdom, there were skeptics.
As they say, necessity is the mother of all invention.
Joel Bikman is a brave man. He basically said to his boss, “Maybe you could lose a few pounds.”