We sat down with the co-founders of Mic, Reddit, and Hearsay to discuss the ever-changing news industry and how millennials are changing the game.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports from Lafayette College, the home of the oldest student-run investing club, and speaks with club co-president Othman Guennoum about millennial investors and post-election investment strategy.
Live-steaming in China is the next big thing, says Allen Zhu, MD at GSR Ventures.
Millennials in China are sparking ideas that take social media and live streaming to new monetary heights.
Live-streaming could grow into a $5 billion industry in China by 2017, according to Credit Suisse.
According to a UBS survey of the 2,000 top-earning millennials, almost three-quarters considered starting their own company and 9 percent of them have already done so.
Potential Trump treasury secretary pick John Allison, former BB&T CEO, discusses getting rid of deposit insurance, getting back to the gold standard and his interest in being Trump's treasury secretary.
Even as they head into the most popular season for proposals, many young couples are taking a pragmatic approach to tying the knot.
Sina Weibo is no longer just a portal, it's now a mobile, social and video hub, says Hans Tung, managing partner at GGV Capital.
Furniture rental startup Furlenco CEO Ajith Karimpana explains why his business model works for Indian urban millennials.
Only a quarter intend to get on the property ladder, and many expect to work for up to 25 years before they can buy, the SCMP reports.
MUFG's Makoto Shibata talks about how the bank is using technologies, such as blockchain, the MUFG coin and the NAO robot, to better engage with customers.
King Abdullah Economic City CEO, Fahd Al-Rasheed talks about the opportunities for training, development and jobs in Saudi Arabia.
Co-founders and co-CEOs of theSkimm Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg discuss the millennial vote in this election season.
The Livescape Group's Muhammad Iqbal talks about the allure of the "It's the Ship" festival for millennials and electronic dance music (EDM) fans.
Caroline Ghosn, CEO and co-founder of Levo, discusses where millenials stand in this year's presidential election based on data.
However, 65 percent of millennials in the region intend to buy properties of their own in the future, says Henry Chin, head of research at CBRE Asia Pacific.
More people are buying coverage that gives them discounts if they provide data on their driving performance.
Sheena Tahilramani, Former Chief of Staff for Karl Rove, and Julie Alvin, Bustle Executive Editor, discuss the millennial vote in this year's election.
Nestle's CEO Paul Bulcke, says that his company is seeing more vigor in the U.S. than in Europe, and that changing consumer habits are affecting his company.