Transportation and material moving is the fourth-largest employment group in the U.S.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18- Venture capitalists have poured $18 million into a startup that is helping to digitize the long-haul trucking industry, the latest sign that Silicon Valley is eager to take a piece of a $700 billion- a-year sector that has long relied on pencil and paper. San Francisco- based startup KeepTruckin said on Thursday it raised $18 million in a...
Jonathan Larsen, Ping An Group, talks about the Chinese insurer's Global Voyager Fund that focuses on fintech and health care start-ups.
"Everything that's gone wrong is a function of their strategy to control everything and go very aggressively," Fred Wilson says.
The multinational coworking company want to impress start-up culture on corporate offices, Curbed reports.
"I don't know whether it was an accident or whether Bezos figured this out 10 years ago," Wilson says.
Airbnb CEO and fellow co-founder Brian Chesky has said that the company has big ambitions for this year.
Bain Capital Ventures, which has backed companies including LinkedIn and DocuSign, said on Tuesday it will start investing in "angel" investors- early-stage investors who are often the first source of capital for startups, providing a relatively small amount of money. The plan, said Bain Capital Ventures managing director Salil Deshpande, who is overseeing the...
A brief history of the CNBC Disruptor 50 list, with details on every start-up to make the list between 2013 and 2016.
CNBC reveals the methodology behind the 2017 Disruptor 50 list, identifying the start-ups thinking big about societal shifts.
Uber is facing a federal investigation and has engineered a few big deceptions. Its CEO also said Uber's 'beaten' Lyft. Don't trust him.
Bark is a mobile app that uses AI to detect cyberbullying, sexting and signs of depression or suicidal thoughts on children's phones.
Disruptors must continue to innovate or risk being squashed by the public giants. What are the challenges past CNBC Disruptors face as public companies?
Experts discuss which of these CNBC Disruptor 50 companies will go public next. Airbnb, Dropbox, Palantir, Pinterest, SpaceX, Spotify and Uber have a combined worth more than $120 billion.
Snap's first-quarter loss is reflective of Facebook and Twitter's early days, but still signals a demand for users, NBC reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look back at some past start-ups and where they are now.
Many entrepreneurs are finding it easier to build a tech business outside of California.
U.K.-based virtual reality start-up, Improbable, has raised $502 million to invest in massive-scale simulation technology.
Waymo's lawyers have asserted that Levandowski stole documents from Alphabet.
Nico van Dijk, Doodle3D, talks about how the start-up lets children render 2D drawings into 3D designs.