Jan 23- Kimberly-Clark Corp is set to increase advertising and promotional spending for its diapers and launch new products in an escalating war with bigger rival Procter and Gamble Co in North America. Industry analysts say moms are either going upscale and choosing Pampers or going down-market with Luvs, both P&G brands, leaving Kimberly-Clark's mid-tier...» Read More
Forbes is out with a list of the 100 most innovative companies in the world. Bruce Upbin, managing editor at Forbes, joins to discuss the list.
Zynga's new CEO Don Mattrick announced a shakeup of the Farmville maker's top ranks as part of a larger restructuring.
Elon Musk presented his much anticipated plan for the "Hyperloop" yesterday but Ernst Frankel, professor emeritus at MIT, says he thought of the concept first.
Ari Milstein, Automotion, plans to revolutionize the way people park their cars. He joins to discuss automating the whole garage system.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest on billionaire Elon Musk's attempt to revolutionize high speed travel in America.
Is Apple's innovation rut a function of too much focus on the shareholder? James Brehm, Compass Intelligence; and Bill Kreher, Edward Jones, discuss the lack of focus on the consumer.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk has visions of traveling from LA to San Fransisco in 30 minutes. Hannah Elliott, Forbes; and Drew Cupps, Cupps Capital Management, provide insight on Musk's plan to unveil the "Hyperloop System" design.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest on Tesla's Elon Musk's plans for the "Hyperloop."
As the test-tube burger debuted last week, two rival visions for the future have emerged at the intersection of cattle and climate change: one with more cows, one with fewer.
Nabil Elsheshai jokes about wasting time on Facebook, but his surfing has paid off.
BlackBerry is warming up to the possibility of going private, as the smartphone maker battles to revive its fortunes, several sources familiar with the situation said.
One e-hailing company, Hailo, is building a social network in an unlikely place—the front seat of a taxi cab. In this episode of CNBC's "The Starters", Hailo CEO Jay Bregman gives his take on what the future will look like for both passengers and drivers.
Tesla posted a surprise profit of 20 cents a share for the second quarter on $405 million in revenue.
CNBC's Mary Thompson takes a look at how 3D technology has the potential to change manufacturing in America forever.
Chris Messina, hashtag "godfather," explains how the pound symbol has evolved into the hashtag used today on Twitter.
Isaiah Cox, WheelTug CEO, explains how his new electric taxi system for commercial jets could save airlines up to $1.1 million per plane per year, and provide a greener future in travel.
Taco Bell says it's expanding its small test of waffle tacos, as it prepares to take its breakfast menu national sometime next year.
In tonight's all-new episode of "The Profit," Marcus Lemonis, explains how he tries to turnaround a struggling florist.
Quirky CEO and founder Ben Kaufman explains how his manufacturing company helps businesses fund the invention process and demonstrates several of this season's top gadgets.
John Sculley, Misfit Wearables co-founder, and Sunny Vu, Misfit Wearables CEO, discuss the launch of a new wireless fitness device which helps users track activity.