This section contains the videos associated with current news about TeenVestors -- teen entrepreneurs, investors, inventors, and innovators.
At age 12, Brooke Martin of Spokane, Washington came up with a new way to stay in touch with her golden retriever. Now-14-year-old Brooke, armed with her resulting invention, iCPooch, just competed against some of the most renowned entrepreneurs in today's tech world -- and won.
Meet Fashion's 12-Year-Old 'Bow-Wonder'
Moziah Bridges appeared on CNBC to promote his holiday collaboration with Cole Haan. Bridges told CNBC he loved dressing up, but could never find bow ties he liked. To solve the problem, his grandmother taught him how to sew.
Erik Finman is the founder of Botangle, an online education program that links students with instructors around the world -- a pretty remarkable accomplishment, considering he's only 15 years old.
Made with Code, wants to inspire girls to code and includes introductory coding projects and a commitment of $50 million over three years to support programs that can help get more women into computer science. Made with Code launched with partners Chelsea Clinton, Mindy Kaling, MIT Media Lab and the National Center for Women & Information Technology, among others.
Summer is a time for many teens to relax, but five groups of Barrington High School students are busier than ever, after finding success in a business incubator class – the first course of its kind in the nation.
Australian teen's invention and her Clean Water Initiative. 18 year-old Myla Swallow of Sydney, Australia has designed a system that can sterilize stainless steel baby bottles using a billy can and a simple pump-filter to produce steam. She has founded the Clean Water Initiative to raise awareness and address the issue of unsanitary water and utensils used to feed babies.
The truth about making money with Youtube. Youtube stars share the source of their income from the fame gained through their Youtube channels. Hint: it's not just about views.
14 year-old teen entrepreneur whips up her own natural hair care products. Richmond Teen Entrepreneur, Maya Criss visited the studio to share her homemade Natural Hair Butter. At the ripe age of 14, Maya already has several ventures under the brand name BaNue.
Teen starts pawn shop for high-end sneakers. A CBS News report on Chase Reed, a 10th-grader at Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem New York, who had the bright idea of capitalizing on the high-end sneaker trend and has opened the world’s first sneaker pawnshop.
Henry Miller of Henry's Humdingers: Henry, 17, is being interviewed by Devin Thorpe of Forbes magazine about his experience with the show, Shark Tank, and his company, Henry's Humdingers.
High school sophomore gets her clothing items into Saks Fifth Avenue. Madison Nicole Robinson, 16, has introduced a line of wedges and cork-soled sandals for women to her clothing line. And this spring she launched the tweens clothing brand, Madison Nicole, in Saks Fifth Avenue and 120 U.S. boutiques.
Meet 14-year-old chef and entrepreneur. As the host of her own healthy cooking show, Cook Time with Remmi, Remmi Smith inspires children all over the country to live in wellness. Her Italian salad dressing is sold at Whole Foods Market and other specialty stores.
High school freshman starts medical device company. Sumum Mulumundi of Snohomish, Wasington created an electronic stethoscope. He formed a company, StratoScientific to market and develop that device and others he has in mind. > See Video
New High School Business Incubator Pitch Competition. A group of high school students pitch their business ideas in order to get funding to start and operate their ventures.
More proof that you don;t have to be a high tech geek to be a teen entrepreneur. Sara McClaskey of Columbus Ohio turned her love of horses into a business by staring her own horse supply shop at age 16. > See Video
NBC News reports on Macon, Georgia teen jewelry entrepreneur. Kiana “Kiki” Elam, 15, makes a living by selling her hand-made bracelets at local boutiques, and a popular shopping website, Etsy. > See Video
'Shark Tank' Gives Big Boost to Ventura Teen's Business: On the show 16-year old Henry Miller accepted a deal with Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec. The sharks offered him $300,000 for a 75 percent share of his company, but after the show aired the potentially enormous deal fell through. > See Video