Carol Roth is a national media personality, ‘recovering’ investment banker, investor, speaker and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation. She is currently an on-air contributor for the national cable television station CNBC, the pre-eminent name in business news. Previously, Carol was the host and co-producer of The Noon Show, a current events talk show on WGN Radio, one of the top stations in the country, and a frequent guest on Fox News, CNN, Fox Business and other stations. Carol's multimedia commentary covers business and the economy, current events, politics and pop culture topics.
Carol has helped her clients complete more than $2 billion in capital raising and M&A transactions. She is a Top 100 Small Business Influencer (2011, 2012 & 2013) and has her own action figure.
If it sound to good to be true…. I was recently asked to consider participating in a program related to my upcoming book (The Entrepreneur Equation). In the initial phone call, the person who was putting the program together explained some information about bringing together several Read More
There’s a reason your hobby is fun (hint: it’s not work) I am a little bit tired (and by a little bit, I actually mean really tired) of hearing about how you should create a business from your greatest passion in life. Well, you can really Read More
I am very excited to be participating as a featured blogger in Lifetime Television’s The Balancing Act Blogger Community. I will be contributing content each Wednesday as part of their “money/business” content day on the show. I am excited to add this great venue to the Read More
With the economic environment showing little sign of improvement, businesses really need to look for any possible way to streamline their expenses. So this week, I decided to reach out to my network of trusted experts and entrepreneurs to find out how they think businesses can Read More
Saying “yes” to projects, tasks or customers has a real tradeoff cost involved with it... Sometimes, it is wise not to “make the play” and hold the ball until a better opportunity comes along. Read More
While it may seem interesting to check out everything else in your path, taking your eye off the road can cause your own kind of jam. Do you spend too much time checking out your competition and being interested in what others are doing? Read More
There are so many times when we have a personal or professional issue and are afraid to address it. But how can you expect to solve a problem if you don’t identify that it exists in the first place? Read More