Bright Ideas

Two Houston-based entrepreneurs came up with a way to make the process of creating hydrogen peroxide safer and cheaper. Bill Griffeth tells their story.

Sue Herera has the story of one entrepreneur who had the bright idea to turn fungus into light fixtures.

Bill Griffeth reports on how one woman turned a hobby into a multi-million dollar fashion business.

In this longer version of “Bright Ideas: Ship of Treasures” we learn more about the Accelerated Learning Program for Students at Olivia and Brynna’s elementary school outside of Chicago.

Two entrepreneurs who were fed up with not being able to find a quiet place to get work done came up with a bright idea to bring privacy to public spaces. Bill Griffeth has their story.

A young entrepreneur with Down’s syndrome teamed up with his father on a venture to get more people with disabilities into the workforce. Their bright idea turned into a million dollar business. Tyler Mathisen has their story.

Tyler Mathisen has the story of one entrepreneur who made it her mission to make home geothermal systems more affordable.

Tyler Mathisen reports on how digital start-up Capsule Pharmacy is reinventing pharmacies by working directly with doctors and hand delivering medications to patients.

Sue Herera has the story of two friends who set out on a mission to redefine how women shop for jewelry and accessories.

Tyler Mathisen has the story of how a simple watch made of wood went from a bright idea to a growing business.

Student loans are the second largest source of debt in the US economy. One entrepreneur is on a mission to give borrowers lower rates and guidance on how to manage debt.

Sue Herera has the story of how one entrepreneur got the bright idea to take warehouse shopping mobile.

One young woman’s bright idea to create an easy-to-remove wallpaper has turned into a business on track to do $1 million in sales this year. Tyler Mathisen has the story.

Tyler Mathisen has the story of a graffiti artist who used her skills to build a legitimate and thriving business.

Sue Herera reports on how one start-up’s idea could help to solve one of 911’s biggest problems.