Stewart Butterfield, Slack co-founder & CEO, talks about the growing competition in messaging companies.
Chamath Palihapitiya, Social Capital founder, talks about the controversy around Uber and other startups and the steps they should take to rebound after missteps.
Accelerator Phandeeyar is giving start-ups in Myanmar the resources to engage the country's growing number of smartphone users. Akiko Fujita reports.
A Microsoft board seat would be the best way for Hoffman to "serve LinkedIn's long-standing mission in a hands-on way," Hoffman said.
Rippling helps start-ups with staff onboarding, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Which start-up could be the next hot IPO? CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports live from South by Southwest.
iflix, sometimes dubbed as the Netflix of Asia, is focused on bringing internet television to emerging markets, explains co-founder and group CEO Mark Britt.
Casper literally is helping consumers sleep easier at night, the CEO and founder explains to "On the Money."
Pierre Gramegna, finance minister of Luxembourg, talks about the appeal of the country as a hub for e-payments and e-commerce.
Ben Marcus, chief executive of AirMap, talks about how his start-up provides real-time traffic management services for drones.
If the ride-sharing company wants to recover from well-publicized crises, here are some steps the new COO can take, says a start-up CEO.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports that according to sources, Airbnb has closed its latest series F funding round.
Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian, talks about the importance of risk-taking and gives advice to start-ups looking to take it to the next level.
Philip Thomas, CEO of Ascential Events, says four to five thousand people are expected to attend the Asian edition of the fintech-focused event next year.
"I think they are going to find whatever their place is with their consumers," said Christina Norman, a former MTV executive.
"If you hear these things, you should think fraud, and you should run away as fast as you can," Peter Thiel says.
Sara Margulis, founder and CEO of HoneyFund, talks about the changes the tech industry needs to take against sexism.
"To be perfectly honest, I don't want to work with someone who did well in that environment," Leslie Miley, on leave from Slack, told The Guardian.
A series of missteps has left the company doing damage control.
LANDR Audio scored a major coup when its technology was used for the music of Piper, a Pixar animated short film that won an Oscar.