Tom Huddleston Jr., CNBC

Tom Huddleston Jr.

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Recent articles by Tom:

'The Profit' star Marcus Lemonis: 5 signs you shouldn't start your own business

Self-made millionaire Marcus Lemonis has a few "red flags" that tell him when someone doesn't have the mindset to run their own business. → Read More

Walmart will soon use hundreds of A.I. robot janitors to scrub the floors of US stores 

Walmart, America's largest private employer, is deploying 360 floor scrubbing robots armed with artificial intelligence technology in stores across the US after partnering with AI company Brain Corporation. → Read More

Marcus Lemonis: Why successful small business owners need to know when to shut up

Self-made millionaire Marcus Lemonis gives the advice to a bagel shop owner with years of experience "and an ego to match" on Tuesday's episode of "The Profit" on CNBC. → Read More

Michael Jackson's iconic 'Thriller' is 26 today — and it's still the world's best-selling album

Michael Jackson released the iconic "Thriller" album on November 30, 1982. It's sold at least 66 million copies worldwide. → Read More

Oculus co-founder (and college dropout) says this is the only reason to skip college

Palmer Luckey left college to launch virtual reality startup Oculus and later sold it to Facebook for over $2 billion. But he doesn't think dropping out of school is for everyone. → Read More

Neil deGrasse Tyson used this experiment to put in perspective just how rich Bill Gates really is

The astrophysicist devised an informal experiment to better "understand extreme wealth." → Read More

How Instant Pot became a kitchen appliance with a cult following and a best-seller on Amazon

Robert Wang wants to be the Steve Jobs of kitchen appliances. → Read More

Peloton exec: 'Most companies die of indigestion not starvation'

William Lynch, the president of fitness tech company Peloton, give his top advice for those who want to start a business. → Read More

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Why Elon Musk is more important than Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is trying "to take civilization into the next century," says deGrasse Tyson. → Read More

3 pieces of priceless advice from Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee

Stan Lee died on Monday at the age of 95. He spent more than five decades at the helm of Marvel Comics, helping to create iconic characters like Spider-Man, the Hulk and the X-Men. → Read More

Self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi: Here's why you should spend a lot of money on your wedding

"Don't delude yourself into thinking that you are only going to spend $16 on a wedding," says Ramit Sethi, the recently married self-made millionaire and personal finance guru. → Read More

Red Hat's co-founder was unemployed and working in a closet when he started the company IBM is buying for $34 billion 

IBM is paying $34 billion for open-source software company Red Hat. Bob Young was unemployed and broke when he co-founded Red Hat in 1993. → Read More

Self-made millionaire: This is the formula for happiness

Serial entrepreneur and NYU professor Scott Galloway explains the "algebra of happiness."  → Read More

Self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi shares his No. 1 piece of advice to invest for retirement

A lot of people choose not to save money for retirement. Self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi says investing for retirement is easier than you think. → Read More

3 things Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey splurged on when Facebook bought it for $2 billion

Palmer Luckey made hundreds of millions of dollars when he sold his virtual reality startup, Oculus, to Facebook in 2014. Here's what he bought first. → Read More

One person won the $1.5 billion Mega Millions — here's who won the 5 biggest US lottery prizes ever 

Mega Millions finally sold a winning lottery ticket for its $1.5 billion jackpot. See where the final prize ranks among the biggest US lottery winners ever. → Read More

Red Sox star Mookie Betts was too small to make a Little League team—so his mom started her own

Mookie Betts is playing in his first World Series for the Boston Red Sox. But, as a kid, he was deemed too small for Little League. → Read More

Self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi: Cutting out avocado toast won't make you rich — here's what will

Worried that buying avocado toast will keep you from affording a house? Personal finance guru Ramit Sethi has advice on how to actually get rich. → Read More

NBA star Joel Embiid was so bad at basketball he watched YouTube videos to improve — here's how he ultimately found success

Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid grew up in Cameroon and did not play basketball until he was 15. His learning curve was so steep that he cried and thought of quitting. → Read More

Self-made millionaire Ramit Sethi: Don't buy a house without asking yourself this question 

Don't assume that buying a house is always the smartest investment decision for you, says Ramit Sethi, a personal finance guru and best-selling author. Before you decide to put your money into a house or another investment study a variety of factors and get the most out of every dollar. → Read More