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Bubba Murarka, DFJ partner, discusses where he sees investment opportunities in consumer Internet and mobile technology.
Joe Bastianich, B and B Hospitality CEO, discusses the upcoming debut of his new CNBC reality show where he provides his own money to fund food ideas. It's really about sniffing out opportunities, Bastianich says.
Small-business owners are keeping a cautious approach to running their companies even as they grow more optimistic, a banking survey shows.
CNBC's Josh Lipton talks to leading VC's in Silicon Valley who share their thoughts on the potential for a tech bubble and where they are committing capital.
Hundreds of New York City business owners whose storefronts were damaged by Hurricane Sandy more than a year ago are still waiting for federal aid.
Where venture capitalists are putting money to work, with David Golden, Revolution Partners, and Tony Tjan, Cue Ball.
Brooklyn, N.Y.-based sneaker brand, Greats, said it has raised $1.5 million in new capital from a group of investors, Crain's reports.
Billion-dollar valuations and mega-rounds are just a few of the signs that a tech bubble may be forming.
A high school senior from Jackson Hole, Wyo., founded a wholesome underwear company called Yellowberry, which is getting a boost from Kickstarter.
Fundrise is offering people a stake in a retail boutique project in an up-and-coming DC neighborhood for as little as $100 a share.
David Malpass, Encima Global, and Ben White, Politico, look at the growth rate of the U.S economy.
Small business owners are feeling the most optimistic since before the Great Recession, says PNC's Stuart Hoffman.
Only so many entrepreneurs hit the venture capital jackpot. Others need to get creative and use some unorthodox tactics.
Bankers and those in the expanding legal marijuana business say new guidelines from the Obama administration aren't enough. They want Congress to act.
Despite a war for tech talent in hot start-up regions, new research paints a more muted, long-term picture of entrepreneurship and job creation.
Companies employing 50-100 full-time workers will be exempt from Obamacare's mandate to offer employees affordable health insurance until 2016.
After a year of higher taxes, small businesses face uncertainty on tax deductions they've come to rely on, The New York Times reports.
Along with grit, determination and skill, Olympians are learning that to go for the gold also means marketing, sales, PR—and crowdfunding.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing in December, signaling that economic growth may continue apace in the early part of this year.
Crowdfunding is about to get a lot bigger, and potentially a lot more risky.