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  • Political uncertainty biggest risk to world economy: Liveris

    Andrew Liveris, president, chairman & CEO of Dow Chemical, provides his thoughts on regulations, innovation and the outlook on the global economy.

  • A snapshot of GrooveBook

    Brian Whiteman, GrooveBook co-founder & CEO, explains how his app allows users to make photo albums from pictures taken on their phone.

  • Future of tech: Who will benefit?

    Nick James, director of equity research at Numis, discusses the trends in technology and explains why he expects CSR and Laird to benefit the most.

  • Chipmaker Intel said Friday that it plans to cut 5 percent of its staff, a day after reporting lower-than-expected earnings.

  • Google-y eyes

    Google is testing a smart contact lens that measures glucose levels in tears. James Temple, Re/code health and science senior editor, weighs in on Google's latest life-science innovation.

  • Investing in hot tech disruptors

    The startup field has gone crazy, says Alan Patricof, Greycroft founder, providing his plays on where he is investing in new technology companies.

  • Will robots in the workplace replace your job?

    MIT professor Erik Brynjolfsson explains how the dawn of the new technological revolution is transforming the world we live in.

  • Houzz's new focus on global growth

    Adi Tatarko, CEO and Co-Founder of Houzz, discusses how her company is transforming the $300 billion home remodeling and design industry. CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss how the company plans to grow its global business.

  • Small biz in the 'Shark Tank'

    Kevin O'Leary, CNBC's "Shark Tank" co-host, shares some entrepreneurial advice for the small business owners.

  • Reinventing America's workforce with cheap energy

    Steve Forbes, Forbes media chairman & editor-In-chief, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, discuss how implementing innovations with cheap energy will provide a renaissance in manufacturing and create more jobs.

  • Finding opportunities in foreign currencies: Pro

    Brian Singer, William Blair, reveals his plays in foreign currencies, including India, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand.

  • iPhones begin selling at China Moblie on Friday

    Walter Isaacson of the Aspen Institute discusses Apple's deal with China Mobile and say Tim Cook still needs to bring out the "holy cow" product. He discusses Google's acquisition of Nest and weighs in on why the greatest innovations right now are coming from Google.

  • Tech: Online courses will soon boom

    Paul Lee, head of technology at Deloitte, outlines his top 10 technology predictions, including smaller tablets and the growth in online education courses.

  • NJ takes a bite out of Tom+Chee

    Corey Ward and Trew Quackenbush, co-founders of Tom+Chee, discuss their success after landing a deal with Barbara Corcoran on CNBC's "Shark Tank," and how reinventing comfort food brought them tasty results.

  • Build your own PC from scratch

    Kano Computing lets kids build their own computers using microchip "Raspberry Pi." Alex Klein, Kano Computing co-founder, discusses his business model and how he attracted backers Steve Wozniak and Yancy Strickler from Kickstarter. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.

  • Toyota CEO: Alternative fuel vehicles are 'real deal'

    Jim Lentz, Toyota North America CEO, unveils the Toyota FT-1 sports car and discusses when fuel cell vehicles will become available to American car buyers.

  • Sanofi CEO: Alnylam deal extension of Genzyme philosophy

    Chris Viehbacher, Sanofi CEO, discusses the $700 million deal Sanofi struck with Alnylam and the company's growth into the treatment of genetic diseases.

  • Ford Atlas Concept

    A top Ford executive told a CES panel that the GPS tracking system allows Ford to know when and where drivers speed.

  • Qualcomm CEO: Billions of connected devices by 2020

    Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm chairman & CEO, discusses the company's migration from just mobile towards complete connectivity between devices. The Qualcomm Toq smartwatch is an example of their innovative plans for wearable tech.

  • Confide wipes the record clean

    Jon Brod, Confide co-founder & CEO, explains how his new app allows professionals to send and receive secure text messages that disappear after you read them.