Uber announced this week it had hired two women to join the leadership team.
Greg Becker, Silicon Valley Bank CEO, talks about which factors are taken into consideration before lending capital to entrepreneurs.
She is known to create "emotional connections between people and the products they love," Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said in a statement.
More than 20 employees have been fired from Uber after a sexual harassment investigation.
Warby Parker's new 'Optical Lab' cuts out the middleman and passes eyeglasses savings along to customers.
Yingrui Li, co-founder of iCarbonX, talks about how the start-up attempts to aggregate advanced data and provide healthcare advice.
Charles Smith, Former NBA Player and Former NFL player Franco Harris, discuss the sixth annual Sports Business and Entertainment conference, which is designed to increase networking between athletes and business leaders.
A new startup called Ambrosia offers $8,000 blood transfusions to fight symptoms of aging.
Rishi Shah, Outcome Health CEO, and Shradha Argawal, Outcome Health president, discuss how their company's technology is helping patients and physicians engage in health care information and decisions.
Uber reported a loss of $708 million in the first quarter, and finance chief Gautam Gupta is leaving.
Essential hopes to paint itself as a defender of American consumers above all else.
Start-up Ripple is riding the cryptocurrency wave and sitting on billions.
Appian helps make it easier for companies to build unique applications and automate their businesses.
Start-ups are selling digital currency to raise money.
French start-up company, Stanley Robotics, has raised $4 million to advance the development of its signature automated valet service.
Oscar Ramos, Program Director of Chinaccelerator explains what makes entering China so complicated for foreign companies.
A Brooklyn-based startup wants to use data to better organize ride-sharing routes, Curbed reports.
Kevin Busque co-founded TaskRabbit with his wife, Leah—who he is quick to admit was the brains behind the operation all along.
Pinterest believes it can reinvent the wheel when it comes to discovering things online, both for users and advertisers alike.
Transportation and material moving is the fourth-largest employment group in the U.S.