Enterprise Innovation

  • Out of this world trading tips

    James Crawford, Orbital Insight CEO, explains how data analysis from satellite imagery can help investors.

  • Applied Materials CEO: We're the materials innovation leader

    Gary Dickerson, Applied Materials CEO, discusses his company's quarterly earnings and the trends in the technology and materials spaces.

  • HOUSTON, Aug 18- Exxon Mobil and Georgia Tech researchers published findings of a breakthrough in the journal Science on Thursday, saying they had devised a way to slash carbon emissions from chemicals manufacturing by using reverse osmosis instead of heat to separate molecules. Reverse osmosis, which has been widely used for decades in desalination plants...

  • How to spot a billion dollar brand: John Paul DeJoria

    John Paul DeJoria, Paul Mitchell co-founder, talks about the criteria he uses to spot a potential billion dollar enterprise, and offers advice to budding entrepreneurs.

  • John Paul DeJorian's next big billion dollar bets

    John Paul DeJoria, Paul Mitchell co-founder, discusses his venture into producing high-quality tequila, and botanical skin care products.

  • R. Riveter's handbags with a mission

    Lisa Bradley, R. Riveter co-founder, and Cameron Cruse, R. Riveter co-founder, discuss how their startup is helping to create jobs for military families.

  • Pizza Hut unveils world's first playable DJ pizza box

    Pizza Hut releases first playable DJ box in select locations in the UK.

  • GoPro's new VR rig

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on GoPro's Omni, the action camera maker's push into virtual reality and 360 degree content.

  • Apple China sales slump

    Farhad Manjoo, New York Times Tech Reporter, weighs in on Apple's latest investments in China, his outlook for the iPhone and Berkshire Hathaway increasing their stake in the tech giant.

  • Apple China

    Drexel Hamilton's Brian White reckons Apple wanted to show its commitment to China's shift towards higher value industries, such as in R&D.

  • Intel CEO: VR is mainstream

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest on Intel and its new VR headset.

  • Dubai bets on Hyperloop One

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest on Hyperloop as the futuristic transportation company inks a deal with Dubai's DP World for cargo.

  • European economies dominated the ranks of the world's most innovative countries, but China was fast climbing the ladder, according to a study.

  • Gaming is the future of entertainment: Sood

    Rahul Sood, Unikrn CEO and Microsoft Ventures Founder, discusses Microsoft's acquisition of Beam for video game streaming and how e-gaming is evolving for big tech names.

  • Teaching tech to the workforce of tomorrow

    Jake Schwartz, General Assembly Co-Founder & CEO, discusses the need for practical tech, data and coding skills in the 21st century.

  • Cramer on AI in tech companies

    Jim Cramer says that Intel CEO's buy of a AI startup shows that the executive is thinking of the future and not the past.

  • Rare disease innovation: Amicus CEO

    John Crowley, Amicus Therapeutics CEO, discusses the development of "orphan drugs" for patients with rare diseases. What I know personally and professionally is if we make great medicines, we'll not only change people lives, we'll build great businesses, says Crowley.

  • NEW YORK, Aug 11- International Business Machines Corp is in an unusual fix in telling big U.S. banks they can use its Watson software of Jeopardy-winning fame as a cost-saving solution: bankers say they like it, but cannot afford it. For IBM the irony lies in the fact that senior bank executives say they believe its artificial intelligence software could help them...

  • NEW YORK, Aug 10- Nasdaq Inc on Wednesday said it plans to increase the amount it pays to trading firms that support exchange-traded funds in an effort to make thinly traded ETFs easier to buy and sell. "We want to try to offer programs that help less-liquid products improve their trading quality," Jeff McCarthy, Nasdaq's head of ETP Listings, said in an interview.

  • Apple's next big thing

    Walter Mossberg, Recode Editor-at-Large, discusses Apple's upcoming launch event including what new features he's expecting.