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NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors tells CNBC he's taking advantage of his proximity to Silicon Valley to capitalize off the court.
Zirtual connects people to a virtual assistant overseas that helps with their daily tasks for a monthly rate.
The original Shark in "Shark Tank," Kevin Harrington, CEO of StarShop, is having his company try out a mini IPO.
Zirtual founder & CEO Maren Donovan gives her best elevator pitch to real estate mogul and "Shark Tank" regular, Barbara Corcoran. Zirtual provides dedicated virtual personal assistants for entrepreneurs and business people in the U.S.
Discussing innovation at Tesla, and the success of the electric car, with one of Tesla's earliest investors Ira Ehrenpreis of DBL Partners.
One of Tesla's earliest investors Ira Ehrenpreis of DBL Partners, discusses entrepreneurs successfully embracing startups with a mission to change the world.
Singapore education startup KungFu Math is banking on the country's reputation for mathematical excellence as it expands abroad.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on LA startup Narativ.
A big question in Silicon Valley is what will happen to all the unicorns. An athlete's stats after a big contract may offer an answer.
Meet the 35-year-old entrepreneur whose language app has pocketed millions in funding from Google.
Toggle, a startup that was born out of Warner Brothers' Media camp, creates devices for big companies like Wal-Mart to deliver streaming content.
Dawoon Kang, co-founder of dating website Coffee Meets Bagel, explains why she walked away from a $30 million offer from billionaire entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" co-host Mark Cuban.
One entrepreneur is creating a lot of buzz with her Bluetooth-enabled vibrators, controlled via smartphone.
This ex-trader started Spartan Race to get in on the weekend warrior business. At first, he admits, it wasn't a "good" investment.
Practical majors like pharmaceutical marketing are exploding. But here's why they're not all that, says one Wharton professor.
Start-up Twigtale, backed by Disney, is helping parents explain life's transitions to their children via personalized storybooks.
Roxanne Varza, startup leader at Microsoft France, explains how it is looking at building new startups from the ground and scaling them up.
Matt McDonald, partner at Hamilton Place Strategies, discusses the findings of its latest report which revealed that modern presidential campaigns raised money more quickly than Silicon Valley start-ups.
Shaquille O'Neal is backing online investment site Loyal3.
This start-up wants to be the Uber for cookies. But is being the culinary equivalent of hugs from mom a smart business model?