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  • What matters for Apple in 2015

    Discussing the outlook for Apple Pay and short interest in Apple stock, with Tavis McCourt, Raymond James.

  • Zenefits helping small biz

    Forbes named free online HR software Zenefits the hottest startup of the year. Its founder and CEO Parker Conrad, discusses the opportunity with small businesses.

  • Large cap tech catalysts

    Lou Basenese of Disruptive Tech Research, discusses why he likes wireless charging company Energous Corp., and the "Closing Bell" panel discusses the outlook for large cap tech companies in the New Year.

  • The sharing economy

    It's the season for sharing and in this economy that may mean sharing a designer dress or opening your home up to guests. Sharon Epperson takes a look at the emerging sharing economy.

  • Gel stops bleeding instantly

    Vetigel is a plant-based get that stops internal and external bleeding in seconds. Suneris CEO and co-founder Joe Landolina provides perspective on the innovation.

  • Google's driverless car prototype

    Google's first self-driving car is ready to be tested on the road, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  • O'Neill: Putin must change path

    Discussing the fall of oil, and the state of Russia's economy, with Jim O'Neill, Fmr. Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman.

  • $100 trillion Superbugs threat

    Insight to a potential $100 trillion problem by 2050, with Jim O'Neill, Fmr. Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman.

  • Bookmate: Aim to innovate the reading experience

    Simon Dunlop, Founder at Bookmate, says it wants to combine social and mobile to introduce a different reading experience and explains why the Moscow-based e-reading platform is entering the Singapore market.

  • Disruptors under fire

    Some disruptors aren't just shaking up their larger competitor, they're also drawing criticism from consumers, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Citi's Apple optimism

    Citi upped its price targets on Apple. Jim Suva, Citi senior analyst, discusses Apple's gross margin trends and why he sees soft iPad sales in the coming quarters.

  • Uber's $41b valuation ridiculous or realistic?

    Digging into Uber's whopping $41 billion valuation, with Mark Hake, Hake Capital Management, and Andrew Romans, Rubicon Venture Capital.

  • Want to sell flowers or braid hair? Get a license

    CNBC's Kate Rogers provides insight to licensing requirements for small businesses, including florists, hair braiders and teeth whiteners.

  • Kohler's new $5,000 toilet

    Larry Yuen, APAC & EMEA President, Kitchen & Bath of Kohler, discusses the brand's new high-tech toilet.

  • Billion dollar start-ups: Uber, Square & more

    Deborah Hopkins, Citi chief innovation officer and CEO of Citi Ventures, discusses the valuations of start-ups like Uber and Square. Hopkins finds innovation at social platforms exciting.

  • EyeLock's myris kind of clumsy: Mossberg

    Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, reviews EyeLock's myris eye scanner.

  • Analyst worries about iPhone growth

    Andy Hargreaves, Pacific Crest Securities, discusses his bearish note on Apple that says iPhone sales appear to be mostly priced in and growth is likely to slow.

  • HP's 'Machine' of the future

    Martin Fink, HP CTO, discusses how Hewlett-Packard plans to rethink storage and memory in the world of computing.

  • Levchin's plan to disrupt big banks

    PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, discusses his banking start-up "Affirm," that offers consumers a new way to pay for goods.

  • Check out Amazon's robotic workforce

    NBC's Hallie Jackson takes a look at how robots are helping Amazon process orders on Cyber Monday.