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Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairman, & CEO of Care.com, explains how her company is disrupting the family market by tapping into the transportation space and partnering with Uber.
The demand for talent in Silicon Valley is forcing tech companies to offer unique and sometimes lavish perks.
Unlike prescription drugs the FDA does not inspect vitamins before they hit the market. Neil Thanedar, LabDoor CEO, provides independent product safety research and grading to help consumers learn what's really inside their vitamins.
You knew about the music and food already, but the tech industry might be in the process of shaking up the economy of New Orleans.
Chris Altchek and Jake Horowitz, PolicyMic co-founders, discuss their millennial-focused digital media company.
Joe Bastianich, B and B Hospitality CEO, discusses the upcoming debut of his new CNBC reality show where he provides his own money to fund food ideas. It's really about sniffing out opportunities, Bastianich says.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on the surge of startup valuations in the tech sector.
CNBC's Josh Lipton talks to leading VC's in Silicon Valley who share their thoughts on the potential for a tech bubble and where they are committing capital.
Ann Winblad, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, shares her top technology plays
CNBC met up with the executive producers and stars of HBO's new show Silicon Valley to find out what real-world tech they actually use.
Despite the recent pull-back in many tech stocks, some start-ups will still go to remarkable measures to get good press.
Dropcam's Wi-Fi video monitoring cameras and cloud service is changing the way people stay connected to the places they care about. Greg Duffy, Dropcam founder & CEO, discusses the company's partnership with Verizon and competition with Google Nest.
"Beavis and Butt-Head" creator Mike Judge, discusses his new HBO show "Silicon Valley" where he takes on the world of startups and technology. The show is partially based on Judge's own experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer.
Apple is expanding to medical technology. The company is recruiting a team of medical executives and has offered hints of the iWatch and others.
Priceline.com founder Jay Walker, discusses the patent war between Apple and Samsung and explains his new venture created to solve America's patent problem.
Blue Apron provides you with recipes and the ingredients needed to make a meal in exactly the right proportions. Matt Salzberg, Blue Apron co-founder and CEO, breaks down their business model and discusses the company's $50 million round of venture funding.
ParkJockey is an app that allows users to find and book car park spaces in advance, explains Umut Tekin, CEO of ParkJockey. The app, which is already available in London and Miami, will launch in six other cities before year-end.
We know the health care system is broken systematically, says Dr. Tom Lee, One Medical Group CEO explaining how his disruptive primary care practice aims to fix patient care.
It's not a dirty little secret anymore, says Heather Thomson, Yummie by Heather Thomson founder, discussing how her company is redefining the shapewear industry and carving out a piece of the market.
The Rooster app curates suggestions for books to read then pushes them out to users in timed installments. Jennifer Lee, Rooster co-founder, explains how Rooster delivers bite-size books for people on the go.