4:15 - Petchatz CEO Lisa Lavin on a two-way video device that allows you to communicate with your pet.
3:28 - Hugh & Crye co-founders Pranav Vora and Philip Soriano discuss their sizing system for men based on body types.
3:45 - Edward Marc Chocolatier co-owner Chris Edwards talks business in the chocolate industry and new products on the market.
4:14 - Upstart co-founder Paul Gu describes how his business enables people to raise money in exchange for a percent of their income.
3:38 - Readly co-founder Henrik Barck on offering digital readers access to magazines online.
3:50 - CreativeLive CEO Mike Salmi on his site that focuses on online education.
4:10 - Umami Restaurant Group CEO Adam Fleischman weighs in on company growth.
3:37 - Recargo COO Forrest North on helping drivers of electric vehicles find charging stations.
3:52 - Brenner Brewing founder Mike Brenner on why the government shutdown is preventing his brew company from getting off the ground.
3:40 - Breathometer CEO Charles Michael Yim breaks down how a breathalyzer for your phone works.
3:19 - Wag 'N Wash Health Pet Center co-owner Jef Strauss on his dog grooming business.
3:57 - Giggle CEO Ali Wing on opening a store within JCPenney.
3:31 - Clothing Arts owner Adam Rapp on anti-tampering trousers.
3:36 - The Learning Experience CEO Richard Weissman on the success of his business that promotes interactive learning.
3:24 - Master chef Kevin Arnone on DCuisine.com, an Internet-only home delivery, fine-dining website.
3:34 - Title Boxing Club president John Rotche on the success of his boxing and fitness club.
4:39 - LUMOBack CEO Monisha Perkash on her posture device and iOS app.
3:37 - Peca Labs CEO Doug Bernstein on designing a heart valve for children on a budget.
1:17 - FBN's Dennis Kneale breaks down Forbes' most powerful celebrities of 2013.
3:28 - ParkWhiz CTO Jon Thorton on the business model for the company that helps people reserve parking spaces.
3:53 - Revolution Foods founder and CEO Kristin Groos Richmond on how her company is changing the way schoolchildren eat, serving 1 million meals a week.
2:46 - Sky Zone CEO Jeff Platt weighs in on how he built a successful trampolining franchise.
3:38 - McDavid's CEO Bob McDavid on producing performance-protecting products for athletes.
3:15 - Validas CEO Tom Pepe on helping eliminate wireless waste on www.savelovegive.com.
3:22 - Bacchus Capital Management co-founder Peter Kaufman on providing needed capital to winemakers in the industry.
2:09 - Margaux Minutolo, founder of Karma for a Cure, on her small business and why she is giving back to charity on her sales.
3:04 - Shmaltz Brewing Company founder Jeremy Cowan on high-end draft beer marketed to the Jewish community.
3:14 - Ecoatm founder Mark Bowles weighs in on his kiosk business.
2:14 - Toydozer inventor Amy Bradley on creating a toy to help clean up small toys.
2:46 - Badgeville CEO Kris Duggan explains how his business works in the gamification market.
2:18 - The Meat House CEO Justin Rosberg on expanding his chain of butcher shops.
3:54 - Afterburner CEO Jim Murphy using military strategy to consult businesses.
2:41 - Kelly Roddy, Schlotzsky’s president, on how the business was saved and its new trade area expansion.
2:46 - Nestle Toll House Café president Ziad Dalal on expanding business in the U.S. and globally.
2:13 - The Fancy CEO Joe Einhorn weighs in on his new site.
2:56 - Relayrides founder Shelby Clark on his business that shares cars.
3:30 - Scott Tindle, co-founder of Tie Try, on TieTry, his company, which lets users rent ties through the mail.
2:52 - Gettaxi USA CEO Jing Wang Herman weighs in on her app that helps users order taxis from smartphones and the web.
3:08 - Invivo Therapeutics CEO Frank Reynolds on testing new treatment options for the spinal cord.
5:03 - IFA chairman Jon Luther explains why the International Franchise Expo is a great economic contributor.
2:09 - Covington Creations CEO Julie Johnson Barkley on inventing the Earbud Yo-Yo.
2:20 - Mark Group PC owner Gene Marks argues President Obama doesn’t understand what small businesses need to grow.