When asked about the rising value of cryptocurrencies, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said: "They have no intrinsic value."
Relativity Space, the 3D-printing rocket builder, is making another big bet: Developing a fully reusable rocket.
CNBC Select breaks down the credit card advice of Mark Cuban, entrepreneur and investor on ABC's “Shark Tank,” and what it means for you.
Rocket building startup Relativity Space's co-founder Jordan Noone will step down from his role as chief technology officer, according to an email seen by CNBC.
Hint: It's not money.
The guys behind Ash & Anvil are in the Tank seeking $100,000 in exchange for a 12.5% stake in their company. These entrepreneurs are pitching their clothing brand tailored specifically for short men. Will a deal be made? Find out on "Shark Tank" Thursday at 10P ET on CNBC.
The pandemic has hastened the adoption of digital channels across industries as people avoid in-person interactions.
The billionaire businessman Monday on CNBC compared the stock market's big run-up from its late March coronavirus low to the 1990s tech frenzy.
CNBC shines a spotlight on black entrepreneurs and bosses with special episodes of "Shark Tank", "Beyond the Tank", and "Undercover Boss" all weekend long.
The founder of Sanaia is touting her adult applesauce as the next big thing to hit the shelves. Will the Sharks be hungry for a deal? Catch the sneak peek here!
Cutting your own hair is no easy feat, but The Cut Buddy hair-grooming tool is touted to make the at-home barber situation a little easier. Will the Sharks offer up a life-changing deal? Catch the sneak peek and find out more about this small business here: https://thecutbuddy.com/.
The founder of Bundil is in the Tank seeking $100,000 for 10% equity in his cryptocurrency startup. The concept involves investing your spare change – but will the Sharks see potential? Catch the sneak peek.
"We, as White people, all know people who are racist. Maybe not overtly racist, but subtly racist," the billionaire entrepreneur told CNBC on Wednesday. "When we see people act that way, we have to step in and say something."
The CurlMix founders have the solution to styling curls effectively and safely, but will their before-and-after demonstration be enough to convince the Sharks to offer a deal? Find out on "Shark Tank" Tuesday at 9P ET on CNBC.
After the windows of Wes Williams' burger restaurant were smashed as protests against the death of George Floyd moved through the neighborhood, he announced he would still be open for business that day. He was met with a crowd of support.
Makeup enthusiasts know all too well the struggles of storing and traveling with makeup, so this entrepreneur made it her mission to solve the common dilemma with high-end beauty bags. Will she lock down a deal? Find out on "Shark Tank" Tuesday at 10P ET on CNBC.
Numerous big-name hedge fund managers have been skeptical of the stock market's swift bounce back from its March low.
The CertifiKID team hopes to land a deal through their online platform that helps parents save money on children's activities. Catch the sneak peek and don't miss this "Shark Tank" episode Sunday at 9P ET on CNBC.
Tripp Phillips is in the Tank pitching the "world's first non-permanent adhesive" that dissolves in water – and the Sharks are smitten by his entrepreneurial spirit at such a young age! Will his non-permanent glue business win over the investors? Find out on "Shark Tank" Wednesday at 9P ET on CNBC.
The Bouquet Bar founders are touting their elegant gifting service to the Sharks – but is the concept unique enough to stand out from its fierce competition? Find out if they land a deal on "Shark Tank" Thursday at 10P ET on CNBC.