Travis Kalanick, Uber co-founder and CEO, defends his decision not to take the company public at this time. It's a "little early" in our life cycle to go there, says Kalanick. Also Kalanick weighs in on the "on demand" economy. For the first time in history, work is flexible to life. Also Arianna Huffington provides insight.
We have a "simpatico" thing on building companies, says Travis Kalanick, Uber co-founder and CEO, talking about Arianna Huffington joining Uber's board. And Huffington talks about the process. This is about building the company, says Kalanick.
While Silicon Valley is supposedly taking aim at Wall Street, the factions are starting to look more like partners.
April 25- Augmedix Inc, a startup that uses Alphabet Inc's Google Glass to provide documentation services to doctors and other healthcare workers, said on Monday it had closed a $17 million funding round led by investment firm Redmile Group. Augmedix's employees transcribe doctors' notes and update patients' electronic medical record through Google Glass.
Dalton Caldwell, Y Combinator partner, talks about SecureWorks' IPO and his views on the health of tech IPOs.
Jeffrey Cruttenden, Acorns co-founder, explains how the company's investment app helps millennials take their spare change and build investment portfolios.
Latinos are becoming a major force for business and job creation. These eight Latino business founders are leading the way to millions.
Investing in "unicorns" has become a "dangerous and complicated practice", top venture capitalist Bill Gurley warned.
Forter, a start-up that uses a complex algorithm to help e-commerce sites detect fraud, has raised $32 million.
Jamie Wise, BUZZ Indexes founder, explains how a new ETF harnesses the power of social media to identify investment opportunities.
Jessi Hempel, Wired senior writer, discusses the secrets of virtual reality company Magic Leap which managed to raise a billion and a half dollars and has yet to produce a single product.
Dick Kovacevich defended the embattled lab testing start-up's boss, Elizabeth Holmes, saying her treatment recently has been unfair.
It was hard to go a week last year without hearing another story about a start-up threatening the existence of the banks. Challenger banks are no exception.
Three years after Detroit became the largest U.S. city to enter bankruptcy, investment in the Motor City is accelerating. Reporter Kate Rogers goes to Michigan to meet start-up entrepreneurs to see where the new jobs are and what is working in Motown.
Federal health officials may ban the founder and CEO of blood-testing start-up Theranos for at least two years, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest on the threat of regulator sanctions against Theranos and founder Elizabeth Holmes.
John Foley, Peloton CEO and co-founder explains how his company is shaking up the cycle routine by allowing users to live stream spin classes in the comfort of their home.
Onfido, a start-up that uses AI to carry out complex background checks needed in today's "sharing economy", has raised $25 million .
Watch two brothers pitch their big idea in just 60-seconds to a panel of experts. Will their pet start-up be the next big thing?
Max Levchin, Affirm founder and CEO, discusses raising $100 million for funding expansion beyond loans, and his view of online lending.