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Roxanne Varza, startup leader at Microsoft France, explains how it is looking at building new startups from the ground and scaling them up.
Matt McDonald, partner at Hamilton Place Strategies, discusses the findings of its latest report which revealed that modern presidential campaigns raised money more quickly than Silicon Valley start-ups.
Shaquille O'Neal is backing online investment site Loyal3.
This start-up wants to be the Uber for cookies. But is being the culinary equivalent of hugs from mom a smart business model?
Doughbies cofounder Daniel Conway was recently given 30 seconds to pitch his company to millionaire investor, Barbara Corcoran who in turn had no idea who she was meeting.
ADP is scared, says Parker Conrad, Zenefits co-founder & CEO, discussing the defamation lawsuit ADP has filed against his company.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports startup Silvercar is taking on Hertz and Avis in a bid to nab market share in the competitive car rental business.
There is a growing recognition across Wall Street that the old habit of ignoring these upstarts may be foolhardy, the NYT reports.
Tech start ups and even some big names like Facebook use unconventional performance measures when telling investors how well their businesses are doing.
The chipmaker announced a record-setting $125 million venture fund to invest in high-growth companies run by women and minorities.
LendingClub created a large online loan marketplace. CircleUp is mimicking that strategy for consumer companies, but the returns have yet to show.
Amazon's $1 billion acquisition of streaming platform Twitch was just the first move in the fast-growing market.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said he is "not perfect," and neither is his company, in addressing the passion for his startup, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
Klink co-founder Jeffrey Nadel was recently given 30 seconds to pitch his company to millionaire investor, Kevin O'Leary, who had no idea who he was meeting.
For busy millennials (super busy!) now you don't even have to mess with your own dirty laundry. Jane Wells reports on Washio, an on demand laundry service with investors like Ashton Kutcher and Nas.
George Zimmer has started zTailors, which is a nationwide network of tailors who will come to your home or business. "The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis, weighs in.
Colin Evran, Yard Club CEO, discusses how his startup is helping contractors connect with heavy equipment owners through the online marketplace.
CNBC's Josh Lipton talks with Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield about the company's outlook and strategy.
Can making money off of others' heartbreak be a viable business? An entrepreneur pitches her business to an investor.
Annabel Action, founder and CEO of the breakup website "Never Liked It Anyway," has been given 30 seconds to blind pitch her company to feisty millionaire investor, Barbara Corcoran.