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Hundreds of noteworthy new businesses had to be turned away from the 2015 CNBC Disruptor 50 list. Here's a look at the honorable mentions.
Is DraftKings the king of fantasy drafts? Jason Robins, co-founder and CEO, and Matt Kalish, co-founder, discuss the company's platform and pipeline, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Dropbox is building off Dropbox for Business in order to grow in the higher-education sector.
A Stanford University biologist and physician describes his complex process of recreating the experience of meat using only plant-based ingredients.
Food-tech companies are creating meat and dairy substitutes to meet global food demand. Will consumers have an appetite for these products?
Dropbox founder and CEO Drew Houston, discusses collaborations with businesses, and keeping information secure.
This county of only 10,000 is the most innovative in relation to population, filing patents on everything from biocrops to plant genomes.
Late SurveyMonkey David Goldberg embodied the idea of the tech disruptor, the company's executive chairman, Zander Lurie, tells CNBC.
Patrick Brown, Impossible Foods CEO, explains how the company is disrupting the global food market by using biochemistry to trick plants into producing the same protein as meat. This innovative method helped land Impossible Foods at #42 on CNBC's Disruptor 50 2015 list.
Not all unicorns earn their billion-dollar valuations creating the next big app. Some unicorns actually make real things.
Hardeep Walia, Motif Investing CEO, discusses the motif comprised of companies with the highest buyback yield.
In an interview with CNBC's "Squawk Box," Warby Parker co-founder Dave Gilboa explains why the company is moving beyond e-commerce.
The video component added to Houzz, which helps for home design and renovation, will help homeowners bring ideas to life.
Aspect Ventures, which completed a first funding of a $150 million, aims at bringing diversity to Silicon Valley.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with SurveyMonkey interim Executive Chairman Zander Lurie to discuss how the company became an industry disruptor and honor the role former CEO Dave Goldberg played in building the company to where it is today. Survey Monkey came in at number 14 on CNBC's Disruptor 50 list.
Adi Tatarko, CEO and Co-Founder of Houzz, discusses the HouzzTV channel, and the demand for tips on home renovation.
Two venture capitalists offer their behind the scenes views on whether the valuations of big private tech companies spell trouble.
Julia Boorstin sits down with Square CEO and Twitter co-founder and Executive Chairman Jack Dorsey in an exclusive interview.
Mario Schlosser, Oscar CEO, explains how he found opportunity from Obamacare by offering freelance workers affordable health insurance. His company reached a billion dollar valuation in barely 18 months and that landed him on CNBC's Disruptor 50 list, coming in at number 17.
CNBC Disruptor LISNR sends messages over ultrasonic waves, turning microphones into communications devices.
Code Conference, from those who produced D: All Things Digital Conference, addresses the impact of digital technology on our lives and businesses.
Featuring CNBC's Financial Advisor Council, this video series will aim to educate investors with straightforward financial advice.
Trailblazers leveraging the power of technology and innovation to grow their business—and disrupt the competition.
Apple exec says working conditions in China are improving and suicide rates were never as bad as media outlets suggested.
Global growth in Internet users and smartphone subscriptions has slowed down, according to a Kleiner Perkins study.
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