Venture capital investments simmered down slightly, but are still on pace for a white-hot year.
And artificial intelligence will be hot for Chinese consumers, but 3-D printing will be all the rage in Europe.
Lawrence Wintermeyer, CEO of Innovate Finance, says factors such as cooperative regulators support the growth of the financial technology sector in London.
Oliver Bussmann, Group Chief Information Officer at UBS, names innovation and digitization among the Swiss bank's strategic priorities as the financial services industry undergoes major digital disruptions.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on one farmer who turned his "Frankenfruit" dreams into pumpkin profits.
As Airbnb continues rapid growth, so does the ecosystem of companies supporting hosts. San Francisco startup Pillow Homes is tapping into Airbnb's success by offering property management to hosts for a 15 percent cut of the rental fee.
He's baaaack. One year after CNBC profiled Tony Dighera's "Pumpkinsteins," which pumpkins grown in Frankenstein molds, Dighera has signed with Sam's Club and gone from 5,000 pumpkins to 90,000.
Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, discusses how her startup is transforming the beauty industry.
Crystal Sanchez, Guardian Locket CEO, talks about the motivation behind her winning idea... the Guardian Locket.
French consumer electronics company Netatmo has an answer: what it calls the first smart home camera with face recognition technology.
U.S. venture capital firms saw a steep decline of funds raised in the third quarter, according to a report released Wednesday.
Burning through cash isn't always a bad thing. But one expert said late-stage investors need to do a better job monitoring it.
South Asian workers are less productive than their Asian peers, according to the World Economic Forum.
Telsa Motors delivered the first of its long-awaited Model X electric sports-utility vehicles on Tuesday.
Christina Lomasney, president and CEO of Modumetal, says the Seattle-based startup uses electrochemistry to create a nanolaminated alloy of "unprecedented performance."
The euphoria of the PM's first trip to the United States a year ago has faded as promised deals stall and key reforms flounder.
Olivia Hallisey, Grand Prize Winner, Google Science Fair, 2015, talks about her creation of a portable, low-cost diagnostic test for Ebola and other infectious diseases.
Softbank President and COO Nikesh Arora, discusses his confidence in Softbank's future, and why India will be a big market going forward.
Zia Yusuf, Velocity co-founder & CEO, discusses how the company's mobile payment platform is enhancing the dining experience for customers at some of the world's best restaurants.
If you always wanted a hoverboard just like the one in "Back To The Future" film franchise, your dream has come true. CNBC speaks to Chris Tan, director of Hoverboard Singapore.