Former Merrill Lynch CEO Sallie Krawcheck knows a thing or two about money. Her latest mission: to close the gender investing gap.
This LA company, co-founded by actress Sarah Michelle Gellar, is bringing together families with its organic, GMO-free dessert baking kits.
Actress Lena Dunham is among the investors betting on this feminine-care subscription service committed to organic ingredients and wellness.
Urbanites take heart: If an MIT start-up has its way, a new robotic smart wheel will change biking forever.
This start-up's easy-to-use on-premises hybrid cloud platform is helping smaller businesses run a smarter operation more affordably.
Israel is home to two Upstart 25 cybersecurity companies founded by former Israeli Defense Forces members
Sarah Michelle Gellar is one of the latest celebrities to launch a side biz. Now she and her team are revolutionizing the baking sector.
To help the world's poorest, Markit is using modern technology to connect small farmers and urban wholesale traders in East Africa.
Nima is a food-allergen detection device created by MIT graduates to help diners detect dangers on their plates.
Using A.I., LANDR Audio is mastering the sound of audio tracks, a task traditionally handled by sound engineers that cost thousands.
The growth in women entrepreneurship in the United States and abroad is reflected in CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list.
Two MIT classmates developed this portable sensor that detects gluten in food, taking the anxiety out of dining out.
The Ackerly brothers say their communications app is the solution to a secure email. HBO and the New York Times have already signed on.
This 2014 start-up provides self-service kiosks so customers can rent portable battery packs to charge mobile devices on the go.
About 200 colleges are partnering with ZeeMee, a platform where applicants can liven their profiles with photos and videos.
Hexadite uses artificial intelligence to investigate and remediate cyberthreat alerts, claiming it can resolve incidents in seconds.
Since 2013, DroneDeploy's technology has been used in 130 countries, and users have mapped more than 5 million acres of land.
This digital investment platform is setting itself apart from other robo-advisors by taking a more sophisticated approach to risk.
This platform lets women rate their employers on 14 different factors. Then matches women to companies that have what they're looking for.
Originally created for college students, this app can be activated quickly and quietly on a smartphone to call for help.