Jewelry icon Azza Fahmy is the first woman in Egypt to train with master craftsman. Today her jewelry is worn by celebrities including Rihanna. The heart of the brand's success is its designs drawn from Egyptian history and Islamic culture. » Read More
By: Theresa King, special to CNBC.com
Lively's success in combining lingerie with activewear comes as big companies like Victoria's Secret have begun to fall in popularity. » Read More
By: Erica Yee
As smash hits like Fortnite help make mobile gaming a $70 billion-a-year business, technology firms Asus and Razer are betting there is a market for gaming phones with features and accessories the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy don't offer. » Read More
By: Daniel Bukszpan
Not Impossible Labs, which has invented technology to help paralyzed artists draw again and casualties of war receive 3-D printed prosthetic limbs, has created a new technology, which allows the deaf and the hard of hearing to experience live music. » Read More
Getaway offers the experience of a tiny home in nature as an escape from modern life, and millennials love it.
Apple's big secret in its steady domination of the wearables market is its partnerships with luxury fashion designers Hermès, Coach and Kate Spade. Competitors are catching on.
More than 95 million smartphones are damaged each year from drops. Unbreakable glass is the goal for top brands like the Apple iPhone.
Lilium, a German electric flying car start-up, has hired designer Frank Stephenson to help bring the science fiction idea to reality.
McDonald's is switching to paper straws in its 1,300 UK locations, and the customers will have to ask for a straw to get one. Activists argue consumers make the best decision by not using straws at all.
Hemp products represent a growing niche within the green building-materials industry — a sector that posted $86.6 billion in revenues last year.
More and more companies are making products from recycled materials. Environmental problems are more visible than ever, but time will tell if these companies stay in business.
The Apple iPhone has eliminated the earphone jack and on the iPhone X, the Home button, but the smartphone leader is running out of exterior real estate to reclaim.
Sony's latest edition of Aibo, its robot dog, is designed with AI and facial-recognition technology and can form an emotional bond with owners.
Apple announces a new (PRODUCT) RED iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Sheerly Genius makes "indestructible sheer tights". While the tights aren't actually bulletproof, they use ballistic grade fiber that is up to ten times stronger than steel while still making a sheer product.
The new blue British passports that Theresa May called "an expression of our independence" after Brexit will be made by a Franco-Dutch firm.
Women pay a kind of "pink tax" whenever they are charged more for "feminine" items, or even general services, such as dry cleaning. USA Today reports.
Quip has spent two years selling toothbrush subscriptions. Now, it's focusing on dentists.
The Millennial-focused collection that will emphasize experiences as much as style.
The pet products industry is on the rise as pet owners look for healthy and luxury items for their pets.
German fashion house Hugo Boss said it expected sales growth to accelerate in 2018 and net income to rise.
TV's top car geeks pick their favorite convertible designs of all-time.
Environments shape our behaviors, and work spaces can drive business results, or sabotage them. Steelcase tries to avoid the latter by designing a better cubicle culture.
The US carpet industry creates 1.4 billion pounds of waste per year, but there’s a way to pull the rug out from under the landfill.