Giphy tells the Wall Street Journal it hasn't figured out a way to bring in revenue yet.
Karen Lawson, CEO at Slingshot, talks about how her accelerator develops start-ups by connecting them with corporates.
Wayne Wang, CEO at Go People, talks about how his crowdsourcing platform helps to simplify the point-to-point delivery process.
Silicon Harlem, a for-profit social venture that got started in 2008, is pushing to make Harlem a hub of technology and innovation.
DETROIT/ SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 28- San Francisco entrepreneur George Hotz was so confident in his self-driving startup Comma.ai that he had T-shirts made that boldly proclaimed: "We are gonna be so rich." In a letter and order on Thursday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration demanded that Comma.ai provide proof to regulators that its proposed device...
Ethan Jaeseok Lee, CEO of MyMusicTaste, talks about what led him to start his crowdsourcing concert organization platform.
Modar J.R. Alaoui, CEO at Eyeris, talks about how emotional recognition and facial analytics software could be used in self-driving cars in the near future.
Despite reports that it might go public in 2017, it will actually be years before Slack files for IPO, the CEO said.
Kavin Bharti Mittal, CEO of Hike Messenger, talks about the Internet start-up space in India and his plans in the future.
As more online shoppers want goods from abroad, crossborder payments services are needed to facilitate such transactions, says Raymond Qu, CEO of Geoswift.
Kelvin Teo, chief executive at Funding Societies, talks about how his P2B online lending platform helps provide SMEs with greater access to funding.
Not all start-ups believe in the 'grow or die' mantra. Some smart entrepreneurs are making millions by growing slowly.
Luis von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo, talks about how his company uses chatbots to help users overcome linguistic barriers and learn new languages.
Tai Alegbe, co-founder at Baacco, says that the weaker pound has resulted in higher sales outside the UK for his wine business but increased import costs.
Critics who say there is a bubble in the Chinese economy are getting a lot wrong, two tech industry leaders said on Thursday.
The jobs lost to technology won't be brought back — so we need to embrace the future, Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, told CNBC.
If Hillary Clinton is talking with tech giants like Apple about encryption, it's a good thing, Chamath Palihapitiya told CNBC.
Three well-known technologists weighed in on how they would approach a turnaround at Twitter, as the future of the company remains unclear.
Chamath Palihapitiya said he would "absolutely" kick a major Donald Trump campaign donor off his board, taking aim at Peter Thiel.
Start-ups tend to be based in Singapore and Indonesia, but Thailand and Vietnam are catching up, says Kuo-Yi Lim, managing partner at Monk's Hill Ventures.