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CNBC reveals the methodology behind the 2018 Disruptor 50 list, identifying the start-ups thinking big about monumental consumer and business shifts.
Kevin O'Leary says the Trump administration has finally "unshackled the small businesses in America" by eliminating past administrations' regulation-heavy policies. This will have a major effect on the outcome of the 2020 election, he says.
Kevin O'Leary sat down with Tyler Mathisen in Philadelphia at the Disruptor 50 Roadshow event talking potential of click to buy. "It will change how you use media to sell consumer goods and products forever," O'Leary says. "Television isn't going to be television anymore, it's going to be rich content on multiple devices... but the stories of products and services are going to be so compelling... that's the opportunity."
Kevin O'Leary said that he is adding to market positions and called the current stock correction 'garden variety.' O'Leary thinks the American economy is strong and now is not a time for investors to run scared from investing.
Jim Cramer sits down with Michael Rubin, CEO of Kynetic and executive chairman of Fanatics, to hear his take on the fate of business in China.
Kevin O’Leary, O’Shares ETFs chairman, discusses Boeing's quarterly earnings release and his overall investment strategy for this market.
Qualtrics has filed to go public, just weeks after competitor SurveyMonkey debuted on the Nasdaq. Qualtrics is bigger and growing faster than its rival.
Uber, Lyft and Slack are among the tech companies expected to go public next year.
Shares of SendGrid rose 18 percent Tuesday.
The tech giant declined to disclose how much it will invest in Grab, but the start-up said it is on track to raise about $3 billion in funds this year and has already secured $2 billion from Toyota and institutional investors.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Cloudera stock jumping after it announced an all-stock merger of equals with competitor Hortonworks.
Coinbase, the leading U.S. cryptocurrency trading platform, has reportedly been valued at billions of dollars and that's a bullish sign for the industry's legitimacy, according to former Fortress hedge fund manager Michael Novogratz.
Jeff Glueck, Foursquare CEO, discusses the tech company's latest funding round, how it is growing its location technology enterprise services and the concerns over location data privacy.
Digital currency exchange Coinbase announced on Tuesday several key changes in its listing policy that will significantly increase its asset offerings.
The stock rose as much as 67 percent before settling to more modest gains.
Darktrace, founded in 2013, uses artificial intelligence and machine-learning technology to detect and counter cyber threats.
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Tim Cook says Apple accepts payments from Google because it's the best search engine, but Apple has built in safeguards to protect users's privacy.
Google just launched the new Night Sight feature for its Pixel smartphones and it works almost unbelievably well.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins has been speaking out to employees about the importance of mental health. He sent a company-wide email in June after the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain and another in October during Mental Illness Awareness Week.