Pakayak is a high performance kayak which you can pack into a 3.5 foot rolling package, inventor Doug Mackro explains.
If you're not succeeding, it may just be that you're not failing enough.
Cleveland, Ohio is investing $10 million towards women and minorities in tech start-ups to help with the city's revitilization. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the JumpStart Focus Fund.
Susan Lyne, BBG Ventures president & founder, talks about encouraging more women to enter the field of technology and focus on start-ups and venture capital.
One venture capital firm said it would fund visas for immigrant founders in explicit opposition to Donald Trump.
A growing field of celebrities are finding a second career in venture capital.
Scott Svenson, MOD Pizza co-founder & CEO, talks about disrupting the pizza restaurant industry by offering customers individual artisan-style pizza. Also Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis explains why he invested in the company.
Tech companies are investing time and money into products that will keep consumers begging for more.
The tech giant's decision to fund previous Googlers is part an attempt to keep them close to the company.
Hello is not part of Google — but it's got some Google cash, Recode reports.
Some Silicon Valley tech companies expanded outward to areas where they could grow quickly and make jobs more appealing. The NYT reports.
Fiftysix Creations' 16-year-old CEO Taj Pabari explains why he started a company offering DIY tablets and coding kits for kids.
Why spend hundreds on Legos when you can rent them — and lose pieces without a fee. Netbricks is a start-up being built brick by Lego brick.
Many start-ups have gone from praise and awe to media and regulatory firestorms. Wise tips for those who want their booming venture to last.
Blendle, a pay-per-article startup is trying to change the way we get our stories from newspapers and magazines. The company currently has over 1 million signups. Co-founder Alexander Klopping tells us more about his company.
Facebook's foray into gaming might be a positive move for mobile game companies, an analyst told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Friday.
More start-ups fail than succeed, so where you launch a business makes a difference. These 10 cities are the worst for entrepreneurship.
This former Lehman trader has never looked back since the company imploded. Now, he makes six figures ... but gets to do it while living on Myrtle Beach.
Inspired during a trip to China, Justine Lee's social enterprise provides school supplies to poor children with every pair of flip-flops it sells.
Chuffed CEO Prashan Paramanathan shares various crowdfunding campaigns for people to help financially in the Syrian refugee crisis.