Travelersbox kiosks at airports allow travelers to deposit leftover foreign currencies before they head home from a holiday, says Tomer Zussman, Travelersbox CEO and co-founder.
Ken Brown, The Wall Street Journal, provides perspective to the Panama Papers incident and says "hiding cash has become a crummy business"
CNBC's Bertha Coombs takes a look at what's moving in the Nasdaq as the index is the biggest decliner today.
Colin Gillis, BCG Partners, says Yahoo is clearly a company that isn't turning around, and "needs to be sold." Edmund Lee, Re/code provides perspective after Re/code's Kara Swisher reported on a book Yahoo bankers have given out to prospective buyers.
Thanks to advances in virtual reality, sports fans can hit the field and feel as though they're right in the game.
Discussing the outlook for Apple's sales after lowering the price target on the stock is Walter Piecyk, BTIG managing director. Piecyk has a $130 price target on the stock with a buy rating.
Okta CEO Todd McKinnon discusses the challenges with balancing customers' needs and achieving data security.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from Universal Studios Hollywood on the launch of "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" theme park, where the wait for one ride is two hours.
Tesla announcing more than 325,000 people are pre-ordering the Model 3 car, with implied sales of $14 billion, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Re/code's Kara Swisher got a hold of documents Yahoo bankers gave to prospective buyers, which reveals an "increasingly dire" financial situation at Yahoo. Swisher says "you have to have great products" to survive Silicon Valley.
Colleen Graham, Chief Supervisory Officer at Signac, discusses Palantir and Credit Suisse's joint technology initiative to crack down on rogue traders.
Historically, the second quarter has been a dull one for markets. Deirdre Bosa combs through the data to find some of the more exciting past trades.
CNBC’s Courtney Reagan and Dynalink COO Larry Fishelson discuss reports that the White House won’t give public support for legislation requiring government access to encrypted devices.
Designer Diane von Furstenberg, discusses tonight's DVF Awards which honors women's leadership and talks about the importance of having a good relationship with yourself and practicing truth.
What do you get when you mix in data, algorithms and a 3D printer can? A brand new Rembrandt painting 400 years after the master died.
John Lovelock, Gartner, discusses the results on a new report by Gartner which shows many companies plan to cut IT spending this year due to economic uncertainty.
Paperless Post CEO and co-founder, James Hirschfield, discusses its partnership with Liberty for its official launch in the U.K., while talking about future markets of interest.
Can Samsung’s smartphone take a bite out of Apple? Ronan de Renesse, lead consumer technology analyst at Ovum, weighs in, with reference to Samsung’s latest earnings.
Wealthify wants to get Britons to switch from cash savings to stocks and shares, explains Michelle Pearce, the company's CIO.
Daniel Gleeson, senior analyst of Mobile Devices at IHS, comments on the smartphone competition between Samsung, Apple and Huawei.
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