Arizona Mom Designs Fashionable Breastfeeding Shirts
An Arizona mom started a company to provide nursing mothers with access to breast feeding shirts that are functional and fashionable.
Mothers Doing Business
Parents TV talks to Moms who had an idea and turned that idea into a business. They also talk to a mother who works at home, thanks to her home based business.
Help For Single Moms Starting a Business
LinkedIn's career expert, Nicole Williams, sits down with Marlo Thomas. She gives us some resources for single moms who are looking to start a business. Part of the series Mondays With Marlo on MarloThomas.com.
The Story of Radiate Athletics' Company Brand
Radiate Athletics makes shirts that change colors depending on the wearer's exertion level. See what Radiate Athletics' co-founders have to say about their name, logo and tagline - why they went in that direction versus the alternatives they might have chosen. Do you agree with their decisions?
Mompreneur Of The Week: Kelly Lester
Stay-at-home mom Kelly Lester has built a million dollar business from her home by using social media to reach her customers and build her brand. She joins us to tell us how.
How to Recruit Talent
The Shirt founder Rochelle Behrens and Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione share advice on recruiting talent at Wall Street Journal's How I Built It 2012 panel in Washington, D.C. WSJ's Vanessa O'Connell leads thediscussion.
Are Children Watching Too Much TV? Best-Selling Author Responds
Andrea Davis Pinkney, vice president and executive editor at Scholastic, chats about books for young readers with TheStreet's Cherella Cox. Given the popularity of series like The Hunger Games and The 39 Clues, the market is expanding and diversifying. Pinkney, who has written more than 30 books for young people, many of which have made the New York Times bestseller list, shares her legacy as a wife, mom and author, and advises on the balance all young readers need.
How Companies Choose a Partner
The Shirt founder Rochelle Behrens, Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione and Intelius co-founder Naveen Jain share their views on having partners, at Wall Street Journal's How I Built It 2012 panel in Washington, D.C. WSJ's Vanessa O'Connell leads the discussion.
How Companies Raise Capital
The Shirt founder Rochelle Behrens, Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione and Intelius co-founder Naveen Jain share advice on raising capital at Wall Street Journal's How I Built It 2012 panel in Washington, D.C. . WSJ's Vanessa O'Connell leads the discussion.
Teen Urges Parents To Take Their Kids To Work
In past generations, children were left to wonder what their father did all day at work (and yes, it was mostly fathers back then). Today on Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day, boys and girls see firsthand what their moms and dads do each day. Guest Blake Kernen shares her take.