CNBC reveals the 2018 Disruptor 50 list, identifying start-ups on the cutting edge of huge consumer, technology and business shifts — and already worth billions. » Read More
By: Arjun Kharpal
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Luis von Anh, Duolingo founder and CEO, talks about revolutionizing language education with free software.
Anne Wojcicki, Co-founder & CEO of 23 & Me, discusses her company's next big thing and its place on the Disruptor 50.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reveals the top private companies transforming the economy and changing an industry.
Jim Cramer hears from Rent the Runway co-founder and CEO Jennifer Hyman about how her company is revolutionizing retail.
SoFi CEO Anthony Noto says the "modern finance" company wants members to be able to invest in cryptocurrency as soon as 2019.
The CNBC Disruptor 50 companies in 2018 have women CEO and female founder representation far above what is typical in Silicon Valley.
Gwynne Shotwell was a teenager when she met a woman working as a mechanical engineer. She said this female role model is why she came to be where she is today.
Julia Boorstin live with SoFi CEO Anthony Noto discusses running what he describes as a "modern day" financial services company.
Luminar is building Lidar sensor technology to serve as the "eyes" of autonomous vehicles in Florida's Space Coast.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan talks to Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX president and COO, about the technology and business model behind Elon Musk's space company.
Gwynne Shotwell, president and COO of SpaceX, speaks exclusively to CNBC's Morgan Brennan about the state of the space company, learning from Elon Musk's other companies, and the outlook for launches next year.
A brief history of the CNBC Disruptor 50 list, with details on every start-up to make the list between 2013 and 2018.
Austin Russell, founder & CEO of Luminar, explains how lidar sensor technology is helping to revolutionize autonomous vehicle safety.
Airbnb, ranked No. 3 on the 2018 CNBC Disruptor 50 List announced Tuesday, is fueling start-up ecosystems around the world.
Disruptor 50 start-up Oscar Health told CNBC that it has a strategy in place to make money and improve the health-care experience for members.
Ellevest Co-Founder & CEO Sallie Krawcheck discusses her company's investment philosophy.
The peak in the tech unicorn bubble already has been reached, and with higher interest rates and stock market volatility returning, it's about to burst.
23andMe had an option back in 2013 to appease its critics, but it chose to stick with the direct-to-consumer path.
Local and state governments are stepping up to fund disruptive start-ups in a challenge to Silicon Valley's supremacy. The competition is also increasing globally.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase soared to $1 billion in revenue as a result of the bitcoin boom. Now it's spreading bets to dominate a vast crypto economy.
A fixed-income strategy is key for investors who are retired or are approaching retirement. This special report details the range of tools and strategies used to manage a fixed income portfolio.
The nexus of technology -- cloud, social, mobile and data -- are transforming user behaviors and creating new businesses.
The buzz on the trading floor
Amazon made its first investment in a homebuilding start-up Tuesday, furthering its commitment to the smart home space.
Apple's iOS 12 has lots of new features. CNBC's Todd Haselton highlights some of the options, tips and tricks that you should try out.
SVMK Inc. — more commonly known as SurveyMonkey -- will price at $12 per share, above the $9 to $11 it had been seeking, in its initial public offering thanks to stronger-than-expected demand from investors.