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In the second part of a CNBC interview, Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz talks about the government surveillance controversy and why he thinks people will feel "naked and lonely" without the high-tech eyewear.
Legendary tech innovator, Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz co-founder, explains why he thinks Meg Whitman is the "world class" chief executive that Hewlett-Packard deserves.
The NFIB's small business optimism survey edged higher for May. Rachel Shein, owner of Baked In the Sun, and Seth Goldstein, franchisee of Dunkin' Donuts & Baskin Robbins, provide perspective.
Launching a business is risky. But if you do what you love, you can find a niche and answer only to yourself. A closer look at three entrepreneurs' ups and downs.
Gaurav Banga, Bromium co-founder & CEO, discusses how his growing company is making the world more secure from cyberattacks.
As more people are underemployed and buried in debt, collaborative consumption is growing. From Taskrabbit to Instagram, see how sharing is changing the economy.
Meet Thaung Su Nyein, a new breed of Burmese, young, liberal, Western educated with a rare opportunity to pull his backward country into the modern age.
More consumers are asking questions about overseas-made products including apparel. See a list of 10 neat products, curated by USA Love List, a site devoted to American-made goods.
Abandoning China, more manufacturers are mining technology and crowdfunding to raise capital to make "Made in USA" goods, which means U.S. jobs. What's driving the reshoring surge?
Avi Cohen, LiveU COO & co-founder, explains how his company is changing the television business by broadcasting anywhere.
Escalating costs represent one of the predictable outcomes of health reform, and many employers will turn to alternative solutions, says Keith Lemer, president of WellNet Healthcare.
Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO of Chobani, says the American dream is "still very alive," as his brand is the best-selling yogurt brand in the U.S.
Lance Uggla, chief executive at Markit, explains why his company is E&Y's 2013 U.K entrepreneur of the year and talks about Markit's upcoming trader chat platform.
Mark Weinberger, CEO of Ernst & Young, discusses the importance of entrepreneurship for jobs creation and central bank policies in the U.S. and Japan.
Michael Wu, Chairman & MD of Maxim's Group says he's not worried about a slowdown in China and sees huge demand for Maxim's food products. He expects huge opportunities especially with new malls coming up every year.
Dollar Shave Club founder & CEO Mike Dubin wants to "own the bathroom." Dubin discusses his company's new "One Wipe Charlie" product.
Small businesses can find success with innovative solutions to common problems. CNBC Prime's "The Prophet" presents 10 small businesses with groundbreaking products.
As Congress debates immigration, countries like Canada and Australia are trying to lure foreign entrepreneurs. But there’s only one place they want to be. The New York Times reports.
Russell D'Souza, SeatGeek co-founder, explains how his company makes it easier to "score" tickets at thousands of events and for the best value.
Rohan Marley, Marley Coffee co-founder, explains how shoppers can now get real cups of Marley java right in their supermarket.