Brian Sullivan speaks with the CEO of the SF Giants on the business of baseball.
To top robo-advisors, Hearsay is collecting data from social media feeds so human advisors can offer relevant, personalized advice.
The company's small credit card reader has made it easier for small businesses to accept payment. Now it's promoting a new lending program.
Twilio is pulling $100M in revenue, convincing developers to use its technology to add call, voice, text and picture messaging to any app.
Who are the people in your neighborhood? Facebook can't tell you, but Nextdoor is using social media to reconnect Americans locally.
A ride-sharing service that helped launch the on-demand economy, Uber continues to expand beyond the roads of the US.
This online marketplace, which allows people with extra space to rent rooms to visitors around the world, may be getting primed for an IPO.
Millions of people sign on the electronic dotted line using this technology, now available in 43 languages.
Built around a piece of software named Git, meaning a "foolish person," this version-control system has over 9 million users.
This nonbank alternative to student-loan funding has already funded over $2 billion in loans—and envisions an IPO next year.
The company was recently valued by investors at $5 billion—and plans to further up its revenue through paid "pins" by advertisers.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul sparked applause from a tech-heavy audience when he criticized the NSA's data collection.
As execs at Salesforce consider whether or not to sell, one firm in particular is the most likely buyer, said a person familiar with their thinking.
At CNBC's 1 Market Street bureau in San Francisco, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and Silicon Valley insiders talk to CNBC about the tech trends they're following.
From 3.93 in Q4, venture capitalists' confidence has slumped to 3.81, according to the Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Confidence Index.
Entrepreneurs and investors want South Florida to be a technology hub, but they have their work cut out for them.
Tech companies in California are moving from the suburbs to the city, and they're settling in San Francisco's historic Tenderloin district. Here's a look at what changes are taking place in the traditionally run-down neighborhood.
With all the big tech money flowing through the City by the Bay these days, the Tenderloin might finally see a long-overdue transformation.
Shyp is the latest start-up aiming to upend an existing, and hugely profitable, business, in this case the $300 billion shipping industry.
Eye-popping rents and the demise of well-known haunts have some New Yorkers proposing new rent-renewal rights for small businesses.