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Enterprise Innovation

  • CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.— SpaceX said Monday it will fly two people to the moon next year, a feat not attempted since NASA's Apollo heyday close to half a century ago. Tech billionaire Elon Musk— the company's founder and chief executive officer— announced the surprising news barely a week after launching his first rocket from NASA's legendary moon pad.

  • COLUMBUS, Ohio _ Installed Building Products Inc. on Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $11.1 million. The average estimate of three analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 39 cents per share. Installed Building Products shares have decreased nearly 1 percent since the beginning of the year.

  • In a report out Monday, the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property says the annual losses range from about $225 billion to $600 billion. The theft of trade secrets alone costs the United States between $180 billion and $540 billion annually. Counterfeit goods cost the United States $29 billion to $41 billion annual; pirated software costs an...

  • Fresh produced in the vegetable section, supermarket

    Ingredion CEO Ilene Gordon says vegetable utilization is where major food players will soon be looking for growth.

  • Driverless trucks rev up

    Discussing the future of trucking as autonomous trucks are making their way onto the road, with Jason Seidl, Cowen Group airfreight & surface transportation analyst.

  • Business of food innovation

    Daina Trout, Health-Ade co-founder & CEO, and Bart Silvestro, Chef's Cut CEO talk about the rising popularity of Kombucha tea and organic foods.

  • Business of branding food: Pros

    Rohan Oza, CAVU Ventures co-founder, and Brett Thomas, CAVU Ventures co-founder, weigh in on consolidation in the food industry as legacy brands struggle and new brands disrupt the market.

  • Robots as co-workers

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how sharing the workplace with robots may become to new norm.

  • Boston Scientific had suspended implants of its next-generation Lotus Edge device in Europe last October over similar concerns, but last month said it had found a fix for the issue. The company has pushed the submission of its marketing application for the device in the United States to the fourth quarter, and expects to launch it in mid-2018.

  • Using AI to combat cyber bullies

    Jared Cohen, Jigsaw president and founder, talks about Google's new technology that uses artificial intelligence to fight online harassment.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 23- When Apple Inc launches its much-anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone this fall, it will offer an unwitting lesson in how much the smartphone industry it pioneered has matured. The new iPhone is expected to include new features such as high-resolution displays, wireless charging and 3- D sensors. Timothy Arcuri, an analyst at Cowen& Co,...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 23- When Apple Inc launches its much-anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone this fall, it will offer an unwitting lesson in how much the smartphone industry it pioneered has matured. The new iPhone is expected to include new features such as high-resolution displays, wireless charging and 3- D sensors. Timothy Arcuri, an analyst at Cowen& Co,...

  • The center had sued Pruitt on Feb. 7, ahead of the Senate vote to confirm his nomination by President Donald Trump, to release the records detailing his communications with energy companies. Among the documents released were communications between Devon Energy and Pruitt's office that suggest the company gave the Oklahoma officials language on limits on...

  • COLMAR, Pa. _ Dorman Products Inc. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter net income of $28.7 million. The average estimate of five analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 77 cents per share. Dorman Products shares have declined 1 percent since the beginning of the year.

  • This ETF makes money in robots

    William Studebaker, Robo Global president & CIO, discusses how automation technology in the workplace is presenting opportunities for investors.

  • NEW YORK— Pop-Tarts might not just be for breakfast anymore. Kellogg's is giving the public a taste of some unique flavor combinations featuring the morning time treat by transforming its New York eatery into a Pop-Tarts Cafe this week. The pop-up Pop-Tarts Cafe is open through Sunday.

  • ConAgra CEO: When you restart a company, you've got to rebuild the innovation pipeline from scratch

    ConAgra CEO Sean Connolly weighs in on growth, innovation, tax reform and food deregulation.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 20- Snap Inc takes to the road in London on Monday to promote its initial public offering with a daring proposition: that it can build hot-selling hardware gadgets and ad-friendly software features fast enough to stay one step ahead of Facebook. These efforts, which are aimed at developing hardware and so-called augmented reality...

  • Accenture invests in US jobs

    Julie Sweet, Accenture North America CEO, discusses the company's $1.4 billion pledge to create 15,000 jobs in the United States.

  • FRANKFURT, Feb 16- European lawmakers called on Thursday for EU-wide legislation to regulate the rise of robots, including an ethical framework for their development and deployment and the establishment of liability for the actions of robots including self-driving cars. The resolution is a recommendation to the bloc's executive, the European Commission,...