A handful of Google engineers have left the tech giant to form a super secretive start-up.
The company said it's planning to file for bankruptcy and will shut down, The Verge reports.
Retro Patents creates stylized art out of tech and startup patents so you can remember companies' and products' humble beginnings.
"By analyzing commuter patterns the way oceanographers track the tides, Didi may help traffic jams go the way of the flip phone," Cook writes.
Chinese bike-sharing startup Ofo is now valued at $2 billion, Sophia Yan reports live from Beijing.
Alex Yao, JP Morgan, says payments companies provide consumer insights and allows for the distribution of other financial products through payments.
A start-up named Spacious is turning a handful of restaurants into daytime freelance work spaces.
"Day 2 is stasis. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline," Amazon chief Jeff Bezos writes.
For those hoping to build successful start-ups, no one has left a clearer trail of how-tos than Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
A Puerto Rican entrepreneur discusses what it takes to succeed in business in a country that is known for its $70 billion in debt.
Business creation in the US has been sluggish for years. Now experts hope tax changes will jump-start a boom.
The key to success is often information gathering, Gurley said on Thursday from the LAUNCH Festival in San Francisco.
Surprisingly, many founders of start-ups featured on CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list favor new regulations on business.
Marc Andreessen told Stanford students he has a unique trick to keep himself objective and consider other points of view.
Okta helps companies manage how their employees securely sign in to various cloud-based services.
Chinese companies to investing in American start-ups to get an edge on competition, New York Times reports.
Ava Winery is a start-up creating synthetic wine without grapes. It hopes to ship product by the end of 2017.
Tesla has passed Ford in market value, but Elon Musk's electric-car company is being chased by EV start-ups backed by Chinese money.
Todd McKinnon, Okta CEO & co-founder, talks about the company's journey to its IPO on the Nasdaq.
Gurley has become an evangelist of responsible start-up growth.