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  • Munchery app.

    The appetite for on-demand meals seems insatiable. Munchery is one startup that provides an alternative to take-out with gourmet meals.

  • Virtuix Omni

    A new SEC rule lets everyday Main Street investors put money into start-ups. But buyer beware—this is super risky stuff.

  • The chipmaker announced a record-setting $125 million venture fund to invest in high-growth companies run by women and minorities.

  • Online food ordering company Delivery Hero reached a $3.1 billion valuation, making it one of Europe's superstar start-ups.

  • Grow VC: How we're different from Kickstarter

    Jouko Ahvenainen, co-founder and executive chairman of Grow VC Group, explains how it stands out from other crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter.

  • Bob Diamond, former CEO of Barclays.

    Ex-Barclays chief Bob Diamond told CNBC that tougher regulation means large banks were finding it harder to access to capital.

  • What's taking shape in social media?

    The NBA finals start Thursday night in Oakland. Chamath Palihapitiya, Golden State Warriors co-owner and founder of The Social+Capital Partnership, discusses the games, and the social media industry.

  • Robert Smith, chairman and chief executive officer of Vista Equity Partners last April.

    Big investors are dismissing talk of a technology market peak given what they call unprecedented advances in the sector.

  • Pinterest announces buyable pins

    Pinterest, known as the "world's bulletin board" is announcing a new product to buy your pins, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.

  • Can Pinterest make money?

    Pinterest, known as the "world's bulletin board" will announce a new product today at an event, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.

  • Internet trends

    Global growth in Internet users and smartphone subscriptions has slowed down, according to a Kleiner Perkins study.

  • VC fund raises $123,456,789

    Twitter co-founder Ev Williams and his team at Obvious Ventures just raised $123 million dollars last week. James Joaquin, Obvious Ventures co-founder, discusses.

  • Unicorn bubble trouble brewing?

    Kevin Kinsella, Avalon Ventures founder, provides insight into venture capital firms betting big on startups and whether the play is getting too crowded.

  • Pebble Time Smartwatch

    Pebble—the smartwatch maker known for crowdfunding—has hit a growth slog, turning to a bank for capital, TechCrunch reported.

  • LED lighting revolution, VC in China

    Sonny Wu, co-founder & managing director of GSR Ventures and chairman of GO Scale Capital, explains the firm's decision to invest in China-based startup Lattice Power.

  • Want to be a VC for just $155? Here's how

    Mark Pearson, co-founder of Fuel.Ventures, discusses how he is crowdfunding his venture fund to invest into e-commerce start-ups.

  • Do VCs see a tech bubble?

    Is there a bubble in tech? Cheryl Cheng, Blue Run Ventures, thinks it's a great time to work in technology.

  • Cloud network cyber security

    The investment marks another way enterprise software companies aim to capture the nearly $600 billion market that this sector of tech offers.

  • Meet the female-only venture capital fund

    Aspect Partners said Thursday it has raised $150 million for its initial fund. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has more in this exclusive interview.

  • Will $ continue to rush into on-demand?

    John Elton, Greycroft Partner, and Sucharita Mulpuru-Kodali, Forrester Research, debate whether the on-demand economy will last.

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