Amy Farley, Fast Company, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the companies on Fast Company's 'World's Most Innovative List'. The list includes the NBA, Twitch and Stitch Fix.
SoftBank's Vision Fund led a $200 million investment in Clutter at a $600 million valuation.
Corporate venture capital groups participated in $52.95 billion worth of funding across 2,740 deals last year, according to a new report from CB Insights.
The fund will reportedly help Mubadala, Abu Dhabi's state investment firm, invest up to $30 million in European start-ups.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says Tesla's biggest question is whether it can self-finance "where it doesn't need external equity capital to fund its very ambitious plans."
CNBC's Hugh Son and Nima Ghamsari of Blend joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how Blend is an example for the future of home equity loans.
Reddit wants to take digital ad market share away from Facebook and Google.
Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Slack are among San Francisco's high-growth tech companies that are prepping for IPOs, potentially this year.
Peloton is disrupting the fitness industry with a high tech bike that allows people to exercise from home, while accessing a slew of cycling classes that are broadcast on a screen and taught by celebrity instructors.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team breaks down which companies may be anticipating an IPO and what that means for venture capital, with Deven Parekh, managing director at Insight Venture Partners.
The founder of Psi Bands tries to land funding for her stylish nausea-relief wrist bands.
Language learning app Drops was named Google's best app of 2018 and increased revenue fivefold last year.
U.S. high schools are starting to ban cellphone use with the help of a start-up that creates locking smartphone pouches. Yondr is catching the attention of an increasing number of educators now that some famous performers use the product at shows.
LugLess' Brian Altomare hopes to convince the panel on "Shark Tank" that his door-to-door luggage shipping service is worth investing in.
This year it is expected that artificial intelligence, 5G, digital health and fintech will be largely represented in CNBC's Disruptor 50 list of innovative private companies. These technologies are igniting paradigm shifts in our society.
Ryan Carpenter, founder of Moberi, pitches his Portland-based bike-blending smoothie bar on "Shark Tank," seeking a $50,000 investment.
Women are increasingly opting to freeze their eggs, especially as more companies offer it as a benefit. But those who are among the early adopters see a big opportunity to improve the experience for the next generation.
ByteDance's video messaging application that appears to challenge Tencent's WeChat. Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities weighs in on how Tencent could "fight back."
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on CNBC's search for the top 50 disruptors and the top trends to watch in 2019.
A new report from the Wall Street Journal reports that WeWork CEO Adam Neumann has bought properties and leased them to his co-working startup, sparking conflict of interest concerns.