DETROIT/ BEIJING, Feb 1- Electric luxury car startup Faraday Future, one of several Chinese-funded companies taking aim at Elon Musk's Tesla Inc, is throttling back on plans to build vehicles in the United States, the company and public officials said. Faraday, an affiliate of Beijing- based Leshi Internet Information and Technology Corp, has also pared its...
Pop Up Start Up contestant Arran Campbell visits two web designers to help target the right audience for his product, the Bluetooth cool box.
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Alibaba Group Europe's General Manager Terry von Bibra breaks down the key skills entrepreneurs need when it comes to digital e-commerce.
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My Kool Box Director Arran Campbell explains his new device, which features on the CNBC show Pop Up Start Up.
Maximilian Von Poelnitz at NOSH talks distribution and business strategy for his healthy food start-up.
TORONTO, Jan 26- Real Matters, a Canadian provider of real estate industry services, is looking to raise about C $150 million in an initial public offering that could come as early as next month, sources familiar with the process said. The company's investors include Whitecap Venture Partners, Wellington Financial, and Urbana Corp, according to startup data...
Nathan Blecharczyk earned close to $1 million before he shut down the business in 2002 to focus on his studies.
Arran Campbell visits a factory in China to make sure that the speakers for his cool-box are being made to his specifications.
Can Nathalie handle the heat of the facing the judges for the very first time? She presents her lobster inspired chef-wear.
Staying cool in front of our judges, Arran presents his Bluetooth cool box.
Judge and mentor Pete Wild explains why knowing your market is key.
Arran visits one of the U.K.'s biggest electronics retailers to try to convince them to stock his product.
Nathalie visits one of the U.K.'s fastest growing home-wear retailers to try to convince them to stock her product.
Nathalie Cuffy visits a factory in China to make sure that her chef-wear products are being made to her specifications.
Both Nathalie and Arran set up their pop-up shops to try and test the market for their unique products.
Gareth Mann, CEO of Trading.co.uk, talks about how the app will monitor the U.S. President's Twitter feed to alert users on potential stock outlooks.
SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten told CNBC he hopes the company could start preparations to go public in two years.