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The company was recently valued by investors at $5 billion—and plans to further up its revenue through paid "pins" by advertisers.
Twilio is pulling $100M in revenue, convincing developers to use its technology to add call, voice, text and picture messaging to any app.
CNBC's third annual ranking of private companies that have wooed billions in funding may surprise you. They debunk start-up myths.
A ride-sharing service that helped launch the on-demand economy, Uber continues to expand beyond the roads of the US.
This CRM company has recently expanded to provide salespeople with a mobile platform to help them proactively follow and close deals.
This online investment company has passed the $2B mark for assets under management—focusing on Gen Y with its proprietary algorithms.
The secret to this company's success is its flash memory technology, a method that's faster and simpler than traditional disk storage.
This online brokerage firm recently partnered with insurance giant Pacific Life to offer cause-driven investing themes to tap millennials.
With $140 million in projected 2015 sales, Dollar Shave Club is expanding beyond razors, looking to one day own the men's bathroom.
Nutanix simplifies data centers by integrating servers and storage into one solution that can be up and running in an hour or less.
The brainchild of former National Security Agency agents, this company combines the best of human knowledge and tech to fight hackers.
This 6-year-old company culls ideas submitted to its website, and the best ones get made and sold in some of the world's biggest retailers.
This online financial services firm believes the new model for investing is the combo of tech and seasoned advisors—700,000 users agree.
Created by two members of the 'Facebook mafia', this startup wants to make sense of the Internet's mass of data, and democratize its power.
Using image recognition technology, this app lets consumers point their smartphone at a product and gain a wealth of additional information.
This $50-million-plus company is envisioning the day when hotel guests will have their closet filled with pre-rented clothes upon arrival.
The virtual office has made communications among far-flung teams tough, but this business app lets people share data from any device.
A huge hit with teens, the Snapchat message app that lets you share video and photos in seconds has built a cult following.
Selling eyeglasses online to the masses is this company's mission—as well as partnering with nonprofits to give to the needy.
By requiring no minimum amount to invest, this online financial services company is looking to gain the attention of millennials.