Caterina Fake, Findery founder explains how her company allows users to leave "notes around the world." We are in the process of building up our member base and bringing out the "soul" of a place, says Fake.» Read More
Users who may have grown frustrated with Facebook's rudimentary search feature are getting an updated version designed to make it easier to find people, places, and photos.
New York popcorn shop "Populence" founder Maggie Paulus, created wine infused popcorn. The popcorn is available in New York City's West Village location.
The ad dollars are starting to move toward social media, and this is only the beginning.
A group of researchers recently developed a telescopic contact lens that enables wearers to magnify their sight by almost three times.
Just days before hundreds of Bay Area Rapid Transit workers went on strike, the online ridesharing network Avego bought a new Web address: bartstrike.com.
Michael Dell has been advised to raise his offer for Dell, as billionaire investor Carl Icahn revealed he had committed more than $3 billion to back an alternative plan.
Apple has hired the former chief executive of Yves Saint Laurent for "special projects" reporting to CEO Tim Cook.
This company aims to make waiting for a flight more enjoyable with free iPads in airport terminals so travelers can surf the Web and order a snack.
Jodi Berg, CEO of VitaMix, discusses how her high-performance blending machines are stirring up the food industries and growing sales.
Apple plans to build a solar farm with NV Energy in Reno, Nev., a step towards its goal of having its data centers run on renewable energy.
Founder and CEO of Urban Compass, Robert Reffkin explains how his company can help renters find reasonably priced apartments in New York City by using new online tools.
How American companies can stay competitive in the global market, with Paul Grangaard, Allen Edmonds; Doug Williams, W. Diamond Group; and Amy Bradley, Toydozer inventor and CEO.
Paul Grangaard of Allen Edmonds, Doug Williams with W. Diamond Group and Toydozer inventor and CEO Amy Bradley discuss secrets of American success.
Some small businesses hawk their wares to America's motorists, but it's not just gas and fast food. There are many curiosities along the highway for commuters and vacationers.
The Fast Money traders have the play on Disney, Tesla, and Best Buy. And Tavis McCourt defends his Apple upgrade and $600 price target.
Meryl Vangelov, Shriver's owner, discusses her company's pursuit to be the taffy shop with the most flavors in the country.
Apple has applied for a trademark for "iWatch" in Japan, a patent official said on Monday.
Developers of the PlayStation 3 title "The Last of Us" are scrambling to patch the title upon learning that phone numbers that appear in the game connect people to actual sex hotlines.
"It really shifts people's perception of what an electric car can do," said Lord Drayson, CEO of Drayson Racing Technologies, on how new technology is changing the auto industry.
Kerry Trainor, CEO of Vimeo, explains consumers and filmmakers now have alternatives to traditional theatrical film releases.