Twitter co-founder Biz Stone discusses his new venture, "Jelly," and how his experience with Twitter has redefined his meaning of success. CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports.» Read More
Rick Marini, BranchOut founder & CEO, discusses his plans to grow the company's job networking service on Facebook.
Tim Chang, Mayfield Fund Venture Capitalist, explains why he is focused on "vertical network start-ups."
Michael Seibel, Socialcam CEO, discusses his company's efforts to become the Instagram of video, the "Facebook effect", and receiving start-up capital from Silicon Valley angel investors.
Dave Gilboa, and Neil Blumenthal, Warby Parker co-CEOs, discuss the company's start-up efforts, eliminating the middle man, and its "buy-a-pair, give-a-pair" eyewear program.
Marc Cenedella, The Ladders CEO, shares his perspective on jobs in America and whether Facebook's IPO will help boost the tech industry.
Pinterest is the top "rising star," with an almost 700% increase in the number of people "watching" the company, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
So how do we spot the future—and how might you? The seven rules that follow are not a bad place to start. They are the principles that underlie many of our contemporary innovations. They have played a major part in creating the world we see today. And they’ll be the forces behind the world we’ll be living in tomorrow.
The founders of WIRED set out with the notion that a revolution was about to whip through the world. It would be driven by technology and would transform business and daily life. They were right.
Just across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York is a new $10 million startup called Brooklyn Bridge Ventures. CNBC contributor Natali Morris discusses the appeal for the company's location.
You get a salary, equity, mentors, and more. An inside look at how a San Francisco 'foundry' plans to build the next killer start-up.
You already spend all waking hours with your staff. Moving in together—if you can handle it—could save you serious cash.
Mark Zuckerberg's rogue purchase of the photo-sharing app Instagram has a lot of tech start-ups sitting on the edge of their seat hoping they might be snatched up next.
Kozlov is CEO of Moonshark, a new start-up set to release its first titles in the summer. His firm is being incubated at CAA, best-known for its muscle in getting huge paydays for its A-list talent roster in movies, TV shows, music and sports.
With the technology industry booming (or at least bouncing back), some technology companies are dangling perks such as free food, gym memberships and stock options. For others, they’re looking to set themselves apart by tapping into people’s gaming instincts.
CNBC's Kate Kelly is keeping an eye on activists making a solid start this year. Donald Drapkin, Casablanca Capital chairman, also weighs in on how famous activists like Dan Loeb and Carl Icahn make money.
Discussing what private markets like SharesPost and SecondMarket will do after Facebook no longer trades among them, with Greg Brogger, SharesPost founder/president.
President Obama just signed the JOBS Act into law and one of its goals is to enable small business to hire more employees by making it easier for them to raise money. CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Debra Borchardt, The Street, discuss.
U2’s lead singer Bono and band guitarist The Edge have invested in the cloud storage start-up company Dropbox.
Andy Samberg is an investor in start-up CanaryHop, which connects travelers and guides. His latest video promotes his new business venture.
Entrepeneurship is at its highest rates in almost two decades, but job growth remains at slow and steady incline. The picture shows that perhaps small business is not the job generator that is portrayed to be.