Buying shares in a successful startup you work for is often a riskier financial bet than it may seem. Re/code reports.
MobileQubes founder Sean Carrigan pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Richard Muirhead, general partner at Open Ocean Capital, shares his advice for tech startups on how to fund and kick start a new business venture.
Jamie Lin, founding partner at AppWorks Venture, explains how to invest in Taiwan's start-up scene and the need for economic diversification.
Anna Gong, CEO of Perx, says the new series A funding will help the mobile marketing app go international.
Daniel Leong, co-founder of LawCanvas, explains that his start-up provides new businesses with ready-to-go legal document templates, as well as customized services.
Brad Keywell, Uptake CEO & co-founder, provides insight to the benefits of predictive analysis and how his company is helping some of the world's biggest industries solve problems through data collection.
ShopClues.com joins the billion-dollar unicorn club after raising funds in a new round,
With the Chinese stock markets mounting a shaky start to the new year, could it mean dead unicorns in the Chinese start-up scene?
Palo Alto has long been the Silicon Valley town where start-ups get hatched. Palantir is changing the playbook by staying and expanding.
The travel search engine and comparison site now has a valuation of more than $1 billion.
Dave Asprey, Bulletproof founder & CEO, discusses the idea behind the "bulletproof" lifestyle, which is part of a growing movement called bio-hacking which uses tech and data tracking to manipulate the way the body functions.
Jean Bredeche, Quantopian founder & CTO, and John Fawcett, Quantopian founder & CEO, discusses how their company allows users to get paid to write investment algorithms.
Uber is seeking new capital from Morgan Stanley's network of high-net worth clients.
The tech bubble was a frequent topic of debate in 2015, but the market kept going up. That is, until the fourth quarter.
Are "unicorns" (start-ups valued at $1 billion or more) about to turn into "unicorpses?" This VC thinks so.
The Goodwell company co-founder pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Can Mr + Muse founder, Garrett Ryan, grow his hobby, turned “jobbie”, into a full-fledged business selling men’s underwear designed by women? “Don’t Quit Your Day Job…Yet” until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.
While Twitter is just one of several investors, this marks the social media company's first investment in hardware, reports Re/code.
Tech start-ups that are rightsizing their businesses heading into 2016.