Enterprise Innovation

  • Can Apple pivot to AI?

    Walter Mossberg, Editor-at-Large at Recode, discusses Apple's place in the war for artificial intelligence dominance.

  • Derek Jeter's second career

    Derek Jeter, five time World Series champion, discusses his partnership with Telisa Yancy of American Family Insurance. It is a perfect fit for me, says Jeter. And Jeter talks about the launch of his own media company and his desire to help the game of baseball grow. I'll always be a Yankee, he says.

  • Tens of billions of tech consolidation?

    Jennifer Nason, JPMorgan Global Chairman, is forecasting consolidation in the technology and media space.

  • Fidelity's tech bets

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche speaks to Gavin Baker, Fidelity OTC portfolio manager, about value in technology stocks.

  • Woman knocking on door or wall

    Knocki could be a game changer for families with young children, the elderly or disabled, the founder says.

  • CEO: Imax is the closest thing to VR today

    Imax CEO, Richard Gelfond, discusses his company developing a virtual reality camera in partnership with Google, as well as the future for VR in entertainment.

  • Mossberg: Google's pivot will take 10 years or so

    Google wants to make computing more human. Walt Mossberg, The Verge executive editor, provides perspective.

  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai

    CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks with Clay Bavor, Vice President of Virtual Reality at Google, at the I/O Developers Conference about Google's new "Daydream" VR platform.

  • Can Google crack the living room?

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Google will introduce a voice-activated home device called "Google Home." Mike Isaac, The New York Times, and Jessica Lessin, The Information, discuss Google's products in the works.

  • Disrupting diabetes: CEO

    Kurt Graves, Intarcia Therapeutics CEO, discusses how the company's product eliminates the need for daily injections for type 2 diabetes and instead delivers a steady dose of medicine over the course of a year,

  • Executive Edge: Gig economy glitch

    Ajay Chopra, Trinity Ventures weighs in on why not all on-demand companies are doing so well with many firms failing before making it out of the gate.

  • Basenese: It's innovate or die time for TWTR

    Lou Basenese, Founder of Disruptive Tech Research, talks about Twitter's innovation troubles and how the social media company could turn things around.

  • Is China going to crush Silicon Valley?

    Cyriac Roeding, angel investor and co-founder of Shopkick, thinks China is a healthy "kick in the butt" for Silicon Valley.

  • Business of creativity

    Fast Company Editor Robert Safian reveals this year's list of the 100 most creative people in business, including "Hamilton" actor and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.

  • Ellison's advice to graduates

    Oracle Chairman and founder Larry Ellison gave the commencement speech at the University of Southern California. CNBC's senior markets commentator Michael Santoli, and CNBC contributor Evan Newmark, weigh in.

  • Backwoods moonshine goes upscale

    Ned Vickers, Sugarlands Distilling, and Digger Manes, Discovery's "Moonshiners," talk about the booming market for high-end hooch.

  • Ride the Hyperloop by 2021?

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from North Las Vegas on the first test run of the Hyperloop One and looks at the transportation company's aggressive timeline for it to become a reality.

  • Hyperloop test run

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from Nevada where the first test of the Hyperloop was just completed and looks into the timeline for the ultra-high-speed transportation.

  • Hyperloop test just a first step in deployment: Professor

    Professor David Levinson, University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies Department of Civil Engineering, discusses the future of Hyperloop as it completes its first test.

  • Musk's big idea picks up speed

    Hyperloop One expects to have a full scale project by 2017, and moving its first passengers by 2021, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.