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  • Case for crowdfunding: Eric Cantor

    Sherwood Neiss, Crowdfund Capital Advisors, and Eric Cantor, Moelis & Co. vice chair discuss the benefits of making capital available for start-ups and small businesses.

  • Camp for entrepreneurs

    CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at summer camp for innovative teens.

  • Robo-bartender shaking up mixology

    Dylan Purcell-Lowe, Somabar CEO, demonstrates how the new countertop machine allows users to craft their own cocktails in less than five seconds.

  • Misfit CEO: How the 'Flash Link' functions

    Sonny Vu, co-founder and CEO of Misfit, introduces the company's new product "Flash Link" - a software application that lets you use a Misfit activity tracker as a smart button.

  • This is the key disruptive technology trend

    Speaking to CNBC at the Rise Conference, Jenny Lee, managing partner at GGV Capital, says decentralization, otherwise known as the sharing economy, is a key disruptive technology trend.

  • Premise: The real-time economic data tracking app

    David Soloff, co-founder of Premise, explains how its mobile software tracks economic indicators by monitoring data recorded by local residents over 40 countries across 4 continents.

  • Why China's slowdown is good for innovation

    Kai-Fu Lee, chairman & CEO of Innovation Works, explains why an economic slowdown in China is driving growth in internet-based innovation.

  • New businesses rising in Durham

    How one entrepreneur is achieving small business success far away from Silicon Valley and New York City.

  • Drones at your service

    Robert Wolf, 32 Advisors CEO, discusses the soaring use of commercial drones.

  • New startup takes 'lug' out of luggage

    Bill Rinehart, DUFL founder and CEO, explains how his new app can help you plan a luggage-free trip.

  • Star architect Moshe Safdie's latest creation

    On a tour of his latest Singapore residential project, star architect Moshe Safdie told CNBC how he ensured that each apartment owner got a great view of their community.

  • Ventures into women-led startups

    Women don't get the access they need, says Susan Lyne, BBG Ventures president, discussing investing in women-led technology startups.

  • Dissecting big pharma's numbers: Pro

    Barbara Ryan, Clermont Partners, breaks down Pfizer and Merck's quarterly results and shares her outlook on the pharmaceutical sector.

  • Outricking cancer through immunotherapy: JUNO CEO

    Hans Bishop, Juno Therapeutics CEO, discusses advances made in immunotherapy to treat cancers and other types of tumors by using the body's immune system to defend itself.

  • 3D printing: Revolutizing prosthetics and sports

    Eric Marcal, Adaptive Sport athlete; Jeff Erenstone, Create Prosthetics founder, and Andres Bastian, Autodesk, discuss how 3D technology is revolutionizing the health care and sports equipment industry.

  • 3D printed Cobra, check out this car...

    Jordan Brandt, Autodesk tech futurist, and Lonnie Love, Ph.D, Oakridge National Labs, discuss the process of what the industry calls "additive manufacturing." We're going big, fast and cheap, says Love.

  • Hackers love 'Mr. Robot'

    USA Network's "Mr. Robot" depicts a man as a cybersecurity engineer by day, and a hacker by night. Star of the show Rami Malek, discusses his take on the meaning of the show, and how he prepared for the role.

  • Singapore Q2 GDP misses expectations

    Jalil Rasheed, Investment Director, Head Of Singapore Office, Invesco, says he's not too concerned about the quarterly data prints given Singapore's transition to knowledge from manufacturing.

  • TCS CEO: Happy with Q1 results

    N Chandrasekaran, CEO & MD at TCS, discusses the 13 percent rise in first-quarter net profit on the back of strong demand from North America and a pick-up in its digital segment.

  • Transmitting electricity through the air

    Securing America's Future Energy holds a contest where Momentum Dynamics pitches their plan to make America more energy independent.