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Enterprise Innovation

  • Nextdoor: Connect with neighbors online

    Nirav Tolia, Nextdoor co-founder & CEO, talks about the growing popularity of using private community platforms for social networking with neighbors.

  • Charles Champion (middle), executive vice president of engineering at Airbus Commercial Aircraft; Martin Munro (L), Canada vice president at DRS technologies; and Kris Ganase (R), ‎president of aviation products and security at L3 Communications show off a new ejectable flight recorder.

    These will eject from the plane and float on water in the event of a crash into the sea.

  • UBER TECHNOLOGIES INC INTRODUCES TIPPING FOR DRIVERS THROUGH THE APP, REVERSING LONG-STANDING POLICY- UBER.

  • The return of Concorde supersonic flight has been brought a step closer on the news that 5 airlines have placed orders with U.S. firm Boom.

  • Siemens USA CEO: Doubling down on apprenticeships

    Judy Marks, Siemens USA CEO, discusses how the company's apprenticeship program works, which pays for tuition and guarantees jobs in the industry. Advance manufacturing takes more than a high school diploma now, says Marks.

  • Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law, leads the inaugural meeting of the American Technology Council in the Indian Treaty Room at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building next door to the White House June 19, 2017 in Washington, DC.

    Jared Kushner speaks at the White House Tech CEO Summit about the need for advanced technology in government.

  • InSite app works to connect you on and offline

    Diesel Peltz, InSite Applications founder & CEO, discusses his company's new app and the growing demand for location-based technology services.

  • MILAN, June 17- Italian luxury group Tod's on Saturday launched a menswear capsule collection for Yoox Net-a-Porter in a bid to increase its reach to online customers. The "Tod's X Mr Porter" collection is aimed at YNAP's in-season online store dedicated to men, with 27 items for the summer, designed by Tod's menswear Creative Director Andrea Incontri.

  • BERLIN, June 16- Volkswagen is making headway with efforts to raise profitability at its troubled core brand and expects strong business next year thanks to a raft of new models, the division's top executive said. More than 10 new models launched this year including the top-of-the-line Arteon fastback and a redesigned Polo subcompact, one of VW's all-time...

  • WALVIS BAY, Namibia— Namibia and the De Beers company on Thursday inaugurated what the diamond producer calls the world's largest diamond exploration vessel. The new vessel allows a joint venture between Namibia and De Beers to explore diamond deposits with greater speed and accuracy up to 140 meters below the sea's surface. Namibia gets more than 80 cents of...

  • *Businesses under scrutiny include Spain, India. LONDON, June 15- British insurer Aviva plans to launch a new product to cover small and medium-sized businesses against cyber attacks later this year as part of an expansion of its specialist insurance division, its chief executive for UK insurance said. Aviva, which made 3 billion pounds of operating profit in...

  • *$300 mln Medicxi fund to back late-stage biotechs. LONDON, June 15- Google is betting on the potential of European biotech companies to deliver life-changing drugs by investing alongside Swiss company Novartis in a new $300 million fund run by leading life sciences investment firm Medicxi. Novartis and Verily, a unit of Google parent Alphabet, are cornerstone...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 14- Nokia launched the world's fastest network chips on Wednesday, breaking into the Juniper and Cisco dominated core router market and giving its existing network business a boost. Nokia's new products, which grew out of its 15.6 billion-euro 2016 acquisition of Alcatel and its IP network gear business, should help it win business from...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 14- Nokia launched the world's fastest network chips on Wednesday, marking a breakthrough into the core router market dominated by rivals Juniper and Cisco, while giving a boost to its existing network business. They grew out of Nokia's 15.6 billion-euro 2016 acquisition of Alcatel and its IP network gear business. "We need networks with...

  • MONTREAL, June 14- Bombardier Inc is unlikely to announce new CSeries orders at the Paris Air Show next week, as it grapples with broader market weakness, though demand for smaller regional aircraft is growing, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters. But even as some market observers look to showcase events like Paris, which are used to launch products and...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 14- Nokia on Wednesday debuted the world's fastest network chips, marking a breakthrough into the core router market dominated by rivals Juniper and Cisco, while giving a boost to its existing network business. The new products grew out of Nokia's 15.6 billion-euro 2016 acquisition of Alcatel and its IP network gear business.

  • *Adds 2nd line of larger vehicles after launch of e-minivan. DUESSELDORF, Germany, June 14- German logistics group Deutsche Post DHL Group is expanding its foray into electric delivery vans, signing Ford as a components supplier for a new line of larger vehicles, the companies said on Wednesday. For the larger van, Ford will supply vehicle technology based on the...

  • China's first self-developed large passenger jetliner C919 is presented at Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd on November 2, 2015 in Shanghai, China.

    This year's show could set the tone of the aerospace market for the next five years, says Anand Parameswaran of engineering firm Cyient.

  • Top States 2016

    Scott Cohn, provides a preview of CNBC's annual study on America's top states for business.

  • AMSTERDAM, June 13- A Dutch group representing 180,000 Volkswagen owners said it was preparing a claim against the German auto manufacturer over the company's use of software designed to conceal the true level of nitrogen oxide emissions caused by its diesel cars. The Volkswagen Car Claim Foundation said it had decided to take the step after discussions...