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Venture capitalist Bill Tai talks about MaiTai, where Silicon Valley deals get done, and why entrepreneurs love the crazy sport of kiteboarding.
Joe De Sena, Spartan Race co-founder, explains how "starting your day from hell" can make the rest of the day easier, and the growing extreme sport.
The wildly popular show's future was previously thrown into question when long-time host Jeremy Clarkson was fired in March.
David Askew, Sam Johnson and Greg Williams used to live on Skid Row. But they've dug themselves out of a hole with help from Pepperdine University.
Under Armour's board of directors unanimously approved a measure to create this new, non-voting class of public stock.
The online marketplace is offering financing and product management options for small-scale makers.
Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president on Tuesday, in addition to releasing financial documents that include his net worth.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on the world's first 'practical' jetpack from the Paris Air Show.
The SEC charged a Swiss man for allegedly illegally scoring a $1.8 million profit on a tip, USA Today reports.
Through brand-specific campaigns on Snapchat, Naritiv is aiming to grab the attention of Gen Yers—and influence their buying decisions.
While crude has begun to stabilize in the past month, energy stocks have sold off. And according to one trader, that means big trouble for oil.
The Class of 2015 is graduating college with record levels of debt. Here are three ways to lower their borrowing costs.
Toyota on Tuesday said it will recall 1.37 million vehicles over airbag-related issues.
This British actor is now among the front-runners to become the next James Bond, The Hollywood Reporter said.
TPP will create jobs, not destroy them. Dems need to back the president and support free trade, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
The holiday season could be another chance for Microsoft's Xbox to reclaim the title of the industry's best selling video game system.
Americans gave a record $358 billion to charity in 2014, showing that philanthropy has fully recovered from the recession.
Half of respondents in the latest CNBC Fed Survey said Greece will leave the euro zone in the next three years, up from 39 percent in April.
An all-of-the-above approach to helping struggling Americans needs to be undertaken, including raising the minimum wage, billionaire JB Pritzker tells CNBC.
Stock buybacks have been great to investors, but there comes a time to focus on companies spending money on R&D, and that time is now.