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CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on LA startup Narativ.
Toggle, a start-up born out of the Warner Bros. Media Camp, works with big companies like Wal-Mart to deliver their streaming content.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports how one pot business is handling its cash, and building trust of banks.
The US imports over $2.8 trillion worth of products and services annually. But these companies still make these popular products stateside.
Some retired American workers are becoming Uber drivers to earn extra income. Need a ride?
Uber driver Barbara Ann Berwick sued Uber for expenses related to her work for the ride hailing service and was awarded $4,000. CNBC's Kate Rodgers reports.
Hudson Whiskey helped spark a resurgence in the US whiskey distillers market—and helped revitalize a local New York town.
Marijuana businesses—often carrying loads of cash and cannabis—are taking a cue from casino operators. Do you need a 'cash team?'
With July Fourth near, now is the season for American-made. A look at why "Made in USA" labeling is so complicated.
Chipotle Mexican Grill said it will offer new benefits including tuition reimbursement. Will other companies follow?
Through brand-specific campaigns on Snapchat, Naritiv is aiming to grab the attention of Gen Yers—and influence their buying decisions.
An all-of-the-above approach to helping struggling Americans needs to be undertaken, including raising the minimum wage, billionaire JB Pritzker tells CNBC.
Customized sneakers that can be delivered on-demand has boosted the brand appeal of New Balance footwear that sell for $75 to $400.
Virgin's unorthodox range of employee benefits are back in the headlines as new parents are offered up to a year's parental leave on full pay.
The gradual increase approved by the city's council in a 12-1 vote will take place by 2020.
U.S. small business optimism has hit its highest since December.
There is a growing recognition across Wall Street that the old habit of ignoring these upstarts may be foolhardy, the NYT reports.
U.S. small business confidence increased to a five-month high in May with owners expecting a solid improvement in profits.
Music industry veteran Quincy Jones is the latest celebrity to turn to equity crowdfunding, an emerging platform to raise capital.
CNBC's Kate Rogers shares highlights from her interview with music legend Quincy Jones, where he shared his thoughts on the music industry and streaming.