CNBC's third annual ranking of private companies that have wooed billions in funding may surprise you. They debunk start-up myths.
Microsoft is investing in undersea cables to connect its global data centers to bolster its cloud business amid fierce competition.
More than 200 employees at Zappos have opted to buy out of the company rather than ride out the transition to pure Holacracy, reports Fastcompany.com.
Alibaba has reached a 9.2 percent stake in U.S. online retailer Zulily, after sweeping up shares at rock-bottom prices last week.
Five of the 50 companies on CNBC's 2014 disruptor list have gone public or been acquired—half the number that graduated from our 2013 list.
Amazon is expanding its grocery delivery service in Northern New Jersey.
Smart trash can GeniCan scans garbage and identifies items being thrown away. It then compiles a shopping list alongside compatible coupons.
The sport tracker company Fitbit just filed for an IPO of up to a $100 million. The company will trade on the NYSE under the ticker FIT.
Alibaba's core e-commerce platform has little chance of succeeding in the United States and Europe, Mark Mahaney tells CNBC.
Alibaba met Michael Yoshikami's expectations on earnings but he offers this word of caution on investing in the stock.
There's not going to be a one-size-fits-all model for watching television anymore, former ESPN President George Bodenheimer tells CNBC.
Start-up Doughbies delivers cookies on demand in the San Francisco area.
Amazon has been awarded a patent which lays out plans about its drone program including how the aircraft would communicate with each other.
Despite reports that Microsoft is interested in buying Salesforce.com, Oracle is still the most likely buyer, analysts said Wednesday.
The EU's Competition Commissioner said she is examining allegations that McDonald's evaded $1.1 billion in European corporate taxes.
This trio of cult stocks gets big headlines, but “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer breaks down which one is a buy.
Jim Cramer sees that the market worships three huge cult stocks—and he totally gets it.
Amazon’s UK site has reported an 83 percent spike in grey hair colour products year-on-year.
The EU Competition Commissioner said she wouldn't finalise tax probes into Apple, Starbucks, Fiat and Amazon by the second quarter as planned.
Shoppers see a difference between buying sweaters and shoes online, and strawberries and chicken, but it may be time for the milkman to return.