By: Hugh Son
Next year could be a record one for IPOs if massive start-ups including ridesharing firms Uber and Lyft go public. But companies facing a narrowing window to go public before a nearly decade-long economic expansion ends. » Read More
CNBC reveals the methodology behind the 2018 Disruptor 50 list, identifying the start-ups thinking big about monumental consumer and business shifts.
Shares of meal-kit delivery service Blue Apron fell below $1 this week. With financial advisors and IPO experts saying that the Blue Apron IPO could go down as one of the worst IPOs of the billion-dollar unicorn era, what went wrong?
Next year is supposed to be a blockbuster year for tech IPOs, but investors have reason to be concerned given how 2018's debuts are trading.
SpaceX is raising a $500 million round of fundraising, according to the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.
Blippar said "all employees will be let go" as part of the administration process. It once said it was valued at $1.5 billion by investors.
Robinhood's attempt to launch a disruptive product offers some lessons for fintechs trying to break into a highly regulated industry.
Uber and Lyft lead the pack of Silicon Valley companies nearing an IPO, but not because they are rushing to get a deal done. Their time was coming regardless of the broader economy, though the market uncertainty may benefit IPO investors.
Bessemer made an early bet on Twilio, and it opted to hold onto the shares long after the IPO.
SIPC President and CEO Stephen Harbeck tells CNBC he has serious concerns about the plan, and contacted the Securities and Exchange Commission's trading and markets division about it.
CNBC markets reporter Kate Rooney sits down with "Power Lunch" to explain how Robinhood, the banking app disrupting the market, might be successful.
A new survey published Monday found Uber is the most popular ride-hailing app with 60 percent of market share, compared to Lyft's 23 percent. But Lyft ranked higher for driver friendliness and brand image.
Two cloud stocks, Okta and Cloudera, each rose more than 10 percent Thursday after beating expectations in their quarterly earnings reports. Cloud stocks have been a bright spot in a fluctuating tech market in the past month.
The offering is likely to exceed the $15.1 billion valuation Lyft posted in June.
Popular stock-trading app Robinhood is now taking aim at banks. The zero-fee-transaction app just unveiled Robinhood Checking & Savings, no-fee checking and savings accounts that pay interest roughly 30 times the national average.
Jim Cramer and SoFi CEO Anthony Noto break down how the millennial-facing financial company is preparing for an environment with higher interest rates.
Lyft have hired an exec to lead its health care efforts in the non-emergency medical transportation space, which is a growing market for the company.
In an interview with CNBC's Julia Boorstin, Oakland A's General Manager Billy Beane predicts health-tech and AI will transform professional sports.
Airbnb is expected to hold its initial public offering as early as next year. A source told CNBC the company is on track to be profitable for the second straight year, as measured by earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
Apple just announced new smart battery cases for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. The cases cost $129.
Health care companies and tech companies are working together these days to combat the threat from Amazon.
Jim Cramer says the move would boost Apple's stock price and give the company a surefire way to solidify its place in the health-care arena.