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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.
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The Goodwell company co-founder pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
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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.
Philippa Dunne, The Liscio Report, explains why a rise in start-up activity is a good omen for the economy.
Vinebox founders Matt Dukes and Rachel Vodofsky pitch their start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Beyond "get a mentor," Wall Street veteran Michelle Clayman offers these 5 tips for women who want to get ahead.
Can Kiss Freely founder, Jennifer Kurko, grow her hobby, turned “jobbie”, into a full-fledged business making allergy friendly cosmetics? “Don’t Quit Your Day Job…Yet” until you talk to Small Biz Wiz, Carol Roth.
Bob Davis, Highland Capital, reveals the things he thinks about before investing in a company.
Michael Wystrach, Freshly CEO, talks about the growing trend among consumers to have meal services deliver prepackaged food straight to their door.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on the winners of the first ever Lyftie Awards as the ride-sharing company continues to raise money from investors.
Bob Davis, Highland Capital, weighs in on which tech industries he thinks hold potential for growth, including virtual reality and security software.
Bob Davis, Highland Capital, shares his thoughts on companies going public versus staying private.
Funding rounds the secretive company at $20B
San Francisco's "weirdest new startup" provides "a luxury service featuring chivalrous gentlemen offering a non-sexual service."
The company is seeing a huge demand in tech stock
Foursquare's value is set to halve. Here's why new funding might actually mean bad news for the startup, Re/code reports.