Would you invest in this company that provides clients with information about what personal information about them is on the Internet?
Think of it as Facebook for the office—social networks that connect co-workers and increase productivity. It's an already-crowded space, but relative newcomer Unison Technologies is hoping to stand out.
Will peculiar looking domed homes made entirely of concrete revolutionize housing? Nicolo Bini, president and CEO of the construction technology company Binishells, certainly hopes so.
The startup Cortica is tackling the world of digital photography with technology that it said will give computers the ability to see and understand what is captured in the images.
Entrepreneur Nirav Tolia wants to leverage the power of technology to build happier, safer neighborhoods with his latest startup, Nextdoor.
James Beshara wants to solve the "nightmare" of collecting money from friends and family with his social crowdfunding site Crowdtilt.
Start-up Start-up Luxxie Boston wants to bring "sexy" back to lingerie.
Transform your child's artwork into their very own stuffed animals. Budsies founder pitches his big idea to the Power Pitch panel.
The start-up Glow Enterprises is trying to make every selfie look as perfect as possible with its LuMee case.
BloomNation is looking to shake up the flower delivery business.
A boom in sales is giving rise to more Kombucha tea companies that are brewing flavors for mainstream consumers.
LendingTree has seen it all. Dot-com boom and bust. A housing bubble that was great until it wasn't. But it's still going.
Employee screening has been made easy by the Internet, but biz owners need to exercise caution—or face legal trouble.
Surfers are catching the action via GoPro cameras and drones, and some say the video content is giving a boost to the surfing industry. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
Another flight has been diverted after a passenger became upset over a reclining seat. Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly managing partner, shares his opinions on the controversy.
CNBC's Sue Herera, Julia Boorstin and Dominic Chu, look at today's "Power Lunch" stories, including news 18-year old Michael Sayman has been hired by Facebook.
Gen Xers are driving sales, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan on the surfing industry's impressive growth.
"You are simply the best," Arthur T. Demoulas told a victory rally of workers, whose revolt led to his reinstatement as CEO.
The plan has faced a "cool reception" from many major business groups worried about costs, according to the L.A. Times.