Enterprise Innovation

  • Apple China

    Drexel Hamilton's Brian White reckons Apple wanted to show its commitment to China's shift towards higher value industries, such as in R&D.

  • Intel CEO: VR is mainstream

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest on Intel and its new VR headset.

  • Dubai bets on Hyperloop One

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest on Hyperloop as the futuristic transportation company inks a deal with Dubai's DP World for cargo.

  • European economies dominated the ranks of the world's most innovative countries, but China was fast climbing the ladder, according to a study.

  • Gaming is the future of entertainment: Sood

    Rahul Sood, Unikrn CEO and Microsoft Ventures Founder, discusses Microsoft's acquisition of Beam for video game streaming and how e-gaming is evolving for big tech names.

  • Teaching tech to the workforce of tomorrow

    Jake Schwartz, General Assembly Co-Founder & CEO, discusses the need for practical tech, data and coding skills in the 21st century.

  • Cramer on AI in tech companies

    Jim Cramer says that Intel CEO's buy of a AI startup shows that the executive is thinking of the future and not the past.

  • Rare disease innovation: Amicus CEO

    John Crowley, Amicus Therapeutics CEO, discusses the development of "orphan drugs" for patients with rare diseases. What I know personally and professionally is if we make great medicines, we'll not only change people lives, we'll build great businesses, says Crowley.

  • Apple's next big thing

    Walter Mossberg, Recode Editor-at-Large, discusses Apple's upcoming launch event including what new features he's expecting.

  • Inside Tim Cook's Apple

    Rick Tetzeli, Fast Company Editor at Large, discusses a post-Steve Jobs Apple and how CEO Tim Cook is handling the technology giant.

  • Apple iPhone

    Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen Institute & CNBC Contributor, discusses how Apple's business is faring as well as rumored features of the iPhone 7.

  • Hacking brains for peak performance

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on "biohacking" in Silicon Valley where people are trying to improve their lives through new supplements.

  • Singapore is changing the measuring sticks for success as it places greater emphasis on innovation.

  • Startup trends in Silicon Valley

    Dave McClure, 500 Startups Founding Partner, speaks with CNBC's Josh Lipton about the accelerator's demo day and what kinds of businesses we should expect to see more of out of Silicon Valley.

  • Express to the moon?

    Naveen Jain, Moon Express, discusses the private venture to launch an unmanned mission to the moon, eventually leading to commercial lunar tourism and colonization.

  • Time to buy FANG stocks?

    Cathie Wood, ARK Investment Management CEO & CIO, looks at what's working in the market and gives her best plays for the tech space.

  • Future of electronic medicine

    Dr. Moncef Slaoui, GSK Chairman of vaccines, speaks with CNBC's Meg Tirrell about bioelectronic medicine and the new joint effort between GSK and Alphabet.

  • Oppo Outlook

    Michael Tran of Oppo, now the leading smartphone brand in China, explains the firm's strategy in emerging markets and upcoming product launches.

  • A nurse holds a newborn baby at the labor ward of Singapore's Kandang Kerbau Hospital (KKH).

    Singapore's policymakers have long battled the country's low birth rate, but will little success so far.

  • Is lithium the new gas?

    Lithium may be "the new gasoline" and the key to the electric car revolution. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports details on the great lithium race.