From fashion designing to a perfume called Tatiana, Diane Von Furstenberg shows off her entrepreneurial spirit as a successful female architect of innovative ideas.
How Cuban-born Roberto Goizueta took charge of American soft drink conglomerate Coca-cola and became one of the best business leaders in the company.
Taking pictures hasn't always been so easy. Find out how Kodak founder George Eastman invented personal cameras and roll film to revolutionize photography.
Henry Taub started offering payroll services in 1949 and has transformed that business into a worldwide entity offering automatic data processing services.
The Petrie Store may not sound familiar, but its founder Milton Petrie made it big by opening specialty stores dealing in women's apparel.
Department stores wouldn't be what they are today if it weren't for Marshall Field and his inventive ideas for the retail industry.
William Bernbach rose to success through public education and a gratefulness for opportunities granted to him. He gave back by hiring minority employees.
With new and innovative ideas about market research, Arthur Nielsen used random sampling and the performance index to gather data.
Arthur D. Little Nowadays, R&D (Research & Development) is an indispensable part of business in the 21st century. But did you know that R&D began...
Martha Ingram may have gotten her business start later in life, but that didn't stop her from becoming highly successful with Ingram Industries.