Here are five must-watch videos from the past week:
A new spaceflight start-up fired off a 3-D printed rocket into orbit from a launch pad in New Zealand on Thursday.
The company, called RocketLab, is focusing on smaller, cheaper and disposable rockets that can carry small payloads.
Its successful launch marks another entry into the private spaceflight industry.
Brian Goldberg spent 13 years trading equities in Asia.
Now he is introducing Americans to the jianbing, a quintessential Chinese all-day breakfast food, which he's selling from his NYC eatery Mr. Bing.
The original Beijing style is a mung bean, rice and white-flour crepe coated with scrambled egg, sesame seeds, scallions, hoisin sauce, crispy chili paste, cilantro and packed with crunchy wontons — newer meat versions include barbecued pork, Peking duck and drunken chicken.
Pricing ranges from $10 for a traditional to $15 for Peking duck.
Amazon's first New York City bookstore, Amazon Books, opened Thursday, marking the tech giant's highest-profile move into bricks-and-mortar retail to date.
CNBC visits the store to see what it's like.
Bitcoin has been on a huge run. The digital currency rose to a record high of $2,791 on Thursday, before the rally stalled and prices dropped by more than $400.
Still, if you had invested $100 in bitcoin seven years ago, that would be worth more than $92 million as of Thursday.
CNBC asked Google Assistant and Siri the same questions to give you an idea of what you can expect from both.
Take a look at how each responded.