Dan Cobley, CEO of Brightbridge Ventures and ex-managing director of Google U.K., explains how his current fintech venture, Salary Finance, is taking on the banks.» Read More
CNBC's Josh Lipton, takes a look at a new report on venture capital trends.
Forget the eye-popping valuations: The sentiment in Silicon Valley is now "show me the liquidity."
Is Lyft gaining ground on Uber? Hitting a $1 billion gross annual revenue over the next year would suggest Lyft has grown its market share.
Square's $6 billion valuation was clouded by terms that hand over added shares to investors post-IPO. This type of "ratchet" is gaining popularity.
From Oct. 30 to Nov. 6, his holdings went from 1.6 million Class A shares in the social media giant to just more than 750,000, SEC filings show.
The New York State Attorney General banned daily fantasy sports in New York State, so we look at whether this game really is gambling.
Tristan Walker, Walker & Company CEO, discusses the Bevel shaving system designed to prevent razor bumps. Also Walker discusses raising money and diversity in Silicon Valley.
Khosla Ventures may be reap a big windfall on Square once the company goes public in an IPO.
Maryland-backed TEDCO seeds as many start-ups as Goldman Sachs.
Confidence among venture investors plunged by the most in five years in the third quarter thanks to sky-high private market valuations.
Nihal Mehta, a serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist, has created five start-ups and now uses the lessons from two failed companies to be a more effective investor.
Would you propose after one meeting at a coffee shop? Well, that's what a lot of today's VC deals are like, explains Jeff Crowe.
Start-up incubator Y Combinator shifted more investing influence to Ali Rowghani. He told CNBC why he's playing the waiting game.
Alphabet won't break out spending on Google 'moonshots' until 2016, but analysts estimate the cost will reach into the billions.
Nevada Thursday blocked daily fantasy sites from operating without gambling licenses. But is it gambling, or a skill-based endeavor?
Aswath Damodaran, NYU Stern School of Business, discusses how investors might value Uber's "story."
Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange, explains what he thinks are the psychological differences between America and Europe, including that Europe has a more negative, cynical outlook.
Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United Legend, and Sir Michael Moritz, Sequoia Capital founder, discuss the best advice for leaders from their new book "Leading."
As the co-founder and CEO of AngelList, Naval Ravikant is one of the most respected investors in Silicon Valley, and he just raised $400 million from a private equity firm in China.
A flurry of activity in Singapore's venture capital market highlights just how excited global investors are about Southeast Asia's start-up scene.