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Watch the founder of Petcube pitch his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Reggie Aggarwal, Cvent CEO & founder, and Ian Sigalow, Greycroft Partners, talks about what's driving "frothy" valuations.
CNBC's Josh Lipton, takes a look at a new report on venture capital trends.
Forget the eye-popping valuations: The sentiment in Silicon Valley is now "show me the liquidity."
Fever, an event-finding mobile application that bills itself as an encyclopedia for nightlife, and has drawn $20 million in capital.
O'Leary Financial Group Chairman Kevin O'Leary explains why more pain is on the way for unicorn investors.
Young people are flocking to start-ups, but recent data doesn't match the entrepreneurial spirit. Something's wrong in the start-up world.
Insight to the "unicorn party" in the start-up world, and whether Twitter might get bought up, with Kevin Ryan, DoubleClick & Gilt founder.
Watch Instavest co-founder Salim Khatri pitch his start-up in just 60-seconds to a panel of experts. Does his company have what it takes to be the next big thing?
Square's $6 billion valuation was clouded by terms that hand over added shares to investors post-IPO. This type of "ratchet" is gaining popularity.
Bill Mitchell, CEO and founder of Picobrew, says his company's DIY brewing machine lets customers make handcrafted beer in their own kitchen, much like a Nespresso coffee-maker.
CNBC's senior tech reporter Ari Levy provides insight to a healthy sign from money managers for startups, and potential headwinds startup companies have ahead of them.
I won't pretend I've cracked the code on diversity, says Silicon Valley executive Phil Fernandez. But if you're serious about it, you need a plan.
Here are the top 20 countries in the world in which to form a business if you want it to have the best chance of success.
Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld singled out the biggest mistakes a private company can make.
Blake Mycoski, TOMS founder, discusses the company's strategy to become a lifestyle brand , and talks about his plan to invest in new companies with a social purpose.
Bill Rancic, "The Apprentice" winner and celebrity entrepreneur, discusses the final three contenders in “Quickbooks' Small Business Big Game” contest.
Small business Babyscripts is connecting expecting mothers and doctors through an app.
Watch SpeedWeed co-founders Jen and AJ Gentile roll out their business model that's bringing LA residents pot on demand.
Skype’s co-founder and Atomico’s CEO, Niklas Zennström, discusses the current health of European tech and venture capital.