What does an Icelandic brewery have to do with Google's self driving cars? They're both in today's Business Ideas in the News.
It's 2015, and if you've been paying attention, you surely realize that we're living in the future. Find out why in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Snowbirds, retirees who travel to avoid the cold, could be big business for house sitters, in today's Business Ideas in the News.
As mass customization takes over, all we have left, communally, is nostalgia. Read more in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Establishments that normally cater to adults are discovering that children are big business too, today in Business Ideas in the News.
In 1953 Kiddie Rides where the hottest thing in American business. Are they poised for a recovery? Find out in Today's Business Ideas in the News.
When is a barber shop like a time machine? When the smells, sounds and sensations of an old-fashioned haircut take you back, in today's Business Ideas in the News.
What do crafty bartenders, and live-streamed funerals have in common? Find out in today's Business Ideas in the News.
In what is probably that strangest idea I've heard all day, two Canadian entrepreneurs want to make tea from coffee. Today in Business Ideas in the News.
This is not your normal "Cuban" smuggling story and more, in today's Business Ideas in the News
An 8th grader with a pilot's license in Texas has started his own airline. Read more in Today's Business Ideas in the News.
As someone who went to bed at worked until 10 PM yesterday and was back at my desk at 4 AM, I agree: Americans are trading sleep for work.
I must be hungry because all of today's Business Ideas in the News are food related.
College is different when there are venture capitalists in the dorm room. Read more in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Don't let an eight-year prison sentence stop you from starting a biz. Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Apollo Nida, started one there. Read more in today's Business Ideas in the News.
What do a decline in divorce and expensive cake have in common? Find out in Today's Business Ideas in the News.
The Chinese dream is alive and well. What is it? Replace Chinese with American and you'll understand.
The world's wine cork producers want you to know they're sorry, in today's Business Ideas in the News.
Move over linguine, physicists have invented a brand new pasta in Today's Business Ideas in the News
Meet the retired Vermont music teacher who puts together licensing deals for indie artists in Today's Business Ideas in the News.