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The growth in women entrepreneurship in the United States and abroad is reflected in CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list.
Urbanites take heart: If an MIT start-up has its way, a new robotic smart wheel will change biking forever.
Israel is home to two Upstart 25 cybersecurity companies founded by former Israeli Defense Forces members
Nima is a food-allergy detection device created by MIT graduates to help diners detect dangers on their plates.
The Upstart 25, CNBC's first-ever list of promising young start-ups, features companies building brands, breaking barriers, and scaling.
Tesla could see 54 percent of upside — about $134 from its Monday closing price — if one top technical analyst's examination holds up.
"It turned out that Woz loved pranks and Jobs had a very counter-cultural streak," says Apple's first employee.
The iPhone maker's annual meeting will gather representatives of its 26,000 shareholders.
Apple has ordered sufficient components to enable mass production, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple could be nearing a $1 trillion valuation, Baird's Will Power says.
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang said the Motorola Razr could be used to bring people back to the smartphone brand.
"As I understand it, the parties have structured the deal such that it won't require paperwork with the FCC."
"The China-U.S. relationship is the most important relationship in the world, we need each other," says Yuanqing Yang.
Snap Inc. disclosed that it expected investors buying up to a quarter of the shares in its $3.2 billion IPO to agree not to sell them for a year.
SpaceX will launch a crewed mission beyond the moon for two private customers, according to an announcement made by the company Monday.
Jim Cramer was thrilled to see Warren Buffett’s refreshing take that Apple is more than just a technology company.
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