Small Business Start-ups


  • Startup sparks mattress revolution: Casper COO

    Neil Parikh, Casper co-founder & COO, talks about the science behind mattresses and his company's novel way in delivering them to consumers.

  • New breed of news for millennials: Mic CEO

    Chris Altchek, Mic co-founder & CEO, discusses the changing era of news and how his startup is attracting a new generation of news readers. Ben Lerer, Thrillist Media CEO, weighs in.

  • At some point 'unicorns' have to go public: Alan Patricof

    Alan Patricof, Greycroft Partners, discusses startup valuations and why there's likely to be an IPO in their future.

  • Sharing or 'scaring' economy

    Do companies like Airbnb and Uber need to do more to prevent the sharing economy from becoming the 'scaring' economy? CNBC's Josh Lipton and Jon Fortt discuss.

  • Startups gone bust

    Discussing whether startup valuations are bubbly, with Divya Narendra, SumZero CEO & co-founder.

  • What makes tech tick for Sweden?

    STING is a support system for technology start-ups, to help build growth companies in Sweden. Pär Hedberg, CEO of STING, discusses.

  • ASX: The new hotspot for tech listings?

    Max Cunningham, head of listings & issuer services at ASX, attributes the rise in tech listings on the Australian Securities Exchange over the last 18 months to factors such as higher capital mobility globally.

  • A new way to order tickets for live music

    Phil Hutcheon, founder and CEO of DICE, explains how his company is attempting to innovate ticket booking.

  • Startup company GoButler secures $8m in funding

    Navid Hadzaad, founder and CEO of GoButler, explains how his start-up will generate income what it will do with its recently secured funding.

  • Home delivery service.

    Even venture capitalists who are fans of online food delivery say the market appears over saturated.

  • Just Eat grew from a start-up launched in a basement into a multi-billion dollar company. CNBC caught up with CEO David Buttress to find out more about how it started and where it's going next.

  • Guiding startups through the red tape

    Startups face a lot of red tape, and one of Uber's advisors has launched a new firm to help guide pre-IPO startups. Bradley Tusk of Tusk Ventures, discusses some of the challenges.

  • Finger busting soap bubble

    While VCs keep pouring money into start-ups at the fastest rate since the dot-com bubble, confidence is waning.

  • 'Rooster' McConaughey: Just being 'me'

    Mike "Rooster" McConaughey, "West Texas Investors Club," talks about his younger brother, actor Matthew McConaughey and family.

  • West Texas millionaires keeping it real

    Mike "Rooster" McConaughey, and Wayne "Butch" Gilliam of the "West Texas Investors Club," talk about how they formed their partnerships and their new CNBC reality show which premieres tonight at 10PM ET/PT.

  • 'West Texas Investors Club' at the NYSE

    Wayne Gilliam and Mike McConaughey, "West Texas Investors Club," shares a sneak peak of CNBC's new original primetime series.

  • What I learned as Facebook's first intern

    Darian Shirazi, Radius founder & CEO, talks about the skills he got from working at Facebook to launch his own company.

  • An Uber vehicle cruises Manhattan in New York City.

    Ride sharing company Uber is valued at nearly $51 billion after its most recent round of funding, The Wall Street Journal reported.

  • Case for crowdfunding: Eric Cantor

    Sherwood Neiss, Crowdfund Capital Advisors, and Eric Cantor, Moelis & Co. vice chair discuss the benefits of making capital available for start-ups and small businesses.

  • Camp for entrepreneurs

    CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at summer camp for innovative teens.