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Disruptive tech companies whose products made people's lives easier, while upending industries in the process.
As this year's ultimate disruptor, Elon Musk, SpaceX & Tesla Motors CEO, discusses space travel, battery technology, solar power and the future of Tesla in a wide-ranging interview with CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Kelly Evans.
Even with NASA and Mars on SpaceX's horizon, serial entrepreneur Elon Musk says he plans to stay put at electric carmaker Tesla.
Basically, the patient makes his own drug, says Stephane Bancel, Moderna Therapeutics CEO explaining how his company is revolutionizing mRNA technology.
IBM and Pure Storage announced in a release that the private computer storage company has acquired more than 100 technology patents from IBM.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at how Moderna Therapeutics is disrupting the biotech world.
By 2020, banks will lose 35 percent of their market share to technology companies. Here's how investors are rethinking money management.
Read ahead to see CNBC.com's list of honorable mentions from this year's pool of disruptor nominees.
Aereo's Chet Kanoji says his start-up charges for technology not TV content, and therefore is not infringing on copyrights, as alleged by broadcast networks in their case before the Supreme Court.
Online broker Motif Investing is trying to disrupt the investing space by letting users build their own theme-based "mini ETFs."
ChargePoint is the world's largest network of electric vehicle charging stations. Pasquale Romano, ChargePoint president & CEO, discusses the future of electric vehicles and plans for expansion.
CNBC is out with its 2014 Disruptor 50 list. Elon Musk, Tesla Motors CEO, outlines his vision for SpaceX and hopes to achieve full reusability with rocketry and encourage the rest of the industry.
Scott Dietzen, Pure Storage CEO, discusses his company's new approach to flash storage.
Very few companies disrupt anything at all, but some, like Apple and Google, have disrupted markets time and again. Guy Kawasaki notes how.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at how startup Pure Storage is disrupting the status quo of traditional data storage.
With its cost-effective technology, Space X is disrupting an industry that promises to be the biggest innovation economy in human history.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on a ride-share services bill for companies like Uber. The California bill now goes up for debate on whether it should have to provide insurance regardless of whether the app is on or off.
Elon Musk, Tesla Motors CEO, is hopeful that people will be taken to planet Mars in the next 10-12 years and shares his vision for a multi-planetary life. Musk also weighs in on the price of the battery. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reveals who made the cut on CNBC's Disruptor 50 list.
Today there are more options for investors to invest in disruptive start-ups that promise to become billion-dollar Wall Street darlings.
Expect upside in tech for the second half of the year, says Venky Ganesan, managing director at Menlo Ventures.
Smartphone users snapped up Apple's latest iteration of the iPhone in record numbers, with sales exceeding 10 million.
Iain Kennedy most recently oversaw the product management team that was working on a new set of payments-related products.