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Enterprise Innovation

  • Hyperloop test run

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from Nevada where the first test of the Hyperloop was just completed and looks into the timeline for the ultra-high-speed transportation.

  • Hyperloop test just a first step in deployment: Professor

    Professor David Levinson, University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies Department of Civil Engineering, discusses the future of Hyperloop as it completes its first test.

  • Musk's big idea picks up speed

    Hyperloop One expects to have a full scale project by 2017, and moving its first passengers by 2021, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Hyperloop One is on track to build the first Hyperloop by 2020.

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from inside the Hyperloop One's first test steel tube, with Hyperloop One CEO Rob Lloyd.

  • Rowghani on tech start-ups: Right-sizing is to be expected

    CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks with Ali Rowghani, Y Combinator Partner and Former Twitter COO, at the SunTrust Conference about the private tech landscape in Silicon Valley and the advice his program gives to start-ups.

  • Watch the first video showing inside the Hyperloop, released by Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

  • Fad devices, fad stocks?

    CNBC's Mike Santoli looks at common themes for three gadgetmaker stocks that are struggling.

  • Dorsey's dual CEO role test

    Josh Elman of Greylock Partners discusses the challenges facing Twitter and Square with Jack Dorsey at the helm of both companies.

  • Mann behind the wheel at Indy 500

    Pippa Mann, IndyCar driver, talks about being the only female driver at this year's Indy 500 and the tough job of getting sponsors. Also Mann addresses safety issues in the racing business.

  • VR the future of real estate?

    Discussing whether virtual reality really is the future of real estate with two stars of Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing," Samantha DeBianchi, Founder of DeBianchi Real Estate, and Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International.

  • Virtual real estate?

    CNBC's Kate Rogers looks at a new start-up using virtual reality technology in real estate.

  • Tesla's production promise

    Discussing Tesla's potential to raise cash, and moving up production targets, with Colin Langan, UBS, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Twister turns 50!

    Twister co-founder Reyn Guyer talks about how he created the body-bending board game and the huge success that followed. And Guyer shares his thoughts on the importance of team-building.

  • Apple in innovation rut?

    Angel investor Jason Calacanis and Apple’s former Chief Evangelist Guy Kawasaki discuss Apple's potential, expectations and how it compares to competitors.

  • Herjavec on 'magic of Apple' & the cloud

    "Shark Tank" host Robert Herjavec of Herjavec Group CEO, discusses the "magic of Apple," how the company works to control that and his view on the tech industry right now.

  • Jared Leto 'Beyond the Horizon'

    Jared Leto, Academy Award-winning actor, talks about his tech investments, band, "Thirty Seconds to Mars," and digital series for AOL.

  • Great tech companies should be public: Fred Wilson

    Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, shares his thoughts on tech company IPOs. Having companies go public explodes ecosystems around them, says Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO. And Wilson provides his outlook on Apple. The future of technology is in the cloud, says Wilson.

  • Creating tech-friendly policies in NYC

    Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, talk about lobbying for more tech-friendly policies in New York City. Also Wilson weighs in on why it makes sense to have rules about what Uber can do.

  • Tim Cook: Huge market potential in this country

    Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on the one country he has his eye on that could be a game changer very soon.

  • Tim Cook: Still optimistic about China

    Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who provided insight on what he considers to be the most important element for Apple long term and discusses his views on China.