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CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at summer camp for innovative teens.
Dylan Purcell-Lowe, Somabar CEO, demonstrates how the new countertop machine allows users to craft their own cocktails in less than five seconds.
Speaking to CNBC at the Rise Conference, Jenny Lee, managing partner at GGV Capital, says decentralization, otherwise known as the sharing economy, is a key disruptive technology trend.
This is the first time that a public company has said the unicorn bubble is impacting its business, Re/code reports.
How one entrepreneur is achieving small business success far away from Silicon Valley and New York City.
Scott McNealy, Wayin co-founder, discusses how social media is using big data to grow, and weighs in on tech valuation and venture capital markets.
Bill Rinehart, DUFL founder and CEO, explains how his new app can help you plan a luggage-free trip.
Women don't get the access they need, says Susan Lyne, BBG Ventures president, discussing investing in women-led technology startups.
Juan Jaysingh, co-founder of ZeeMee, says the Silicon Valley-based start-up helps high schoolers spice up their college applications with customized web profiles.
A unique program is bringing entrepreneurs from Cuba to the U.S. to learn about US start-up and business practices.
Asia is racing ahead of Europe in the venture capital stakes, with some $10.1 billion flowing into the region, but is it too much?
Donald Katz, Audible.com founder & CEO, discusses his partnership with New Jersey to bring the world's fastest Wi-Fi to the urban city and create jobs.
There's a new bartender on the start-up block, and she's shaking up hard lemonade.
Lyft co-founder John Zimmer says that ridesharing services may create a new category of American worker, if forced to by regulators.
Jeremy Liew is a Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, discusses the pushback on some new technologies, and the role government can play.
After quitting a well-paying job as a venture capitalist, Michelle Lam starts True & Co., a bra company created to reshape the century old under garment.
Venture capital investments rose to their highest level in nearly 15 years in the second quarter, with the majority going to software and media/entertainment companies.
Scott Kupor, Andreessen Horowitz, shares his outlook on tech valuations and IPOs.
Esther Dyson, EDventure Holdings chairman, shares her thoughts on volatility and market valuations among startups and hones in on Uber. Also Dyson weighs in on the "sharing economy."
One entrepreneur is lighting up the social networking space by combining tech with a love for cannabis.