Tesla has long promised drivers a $35,000 Model 3 electric sedan. Now, CEO Elon Musk says that this standard Model 3 won't be available until 3-6 months after Tesla can make 5,000 higher-end Model 3s per week. » Read More
By: Matt Rosoff
Google perfected the business model of making money off its users' data. But as that model comes under fire, Alphabet CEO Larry Page has been completely silent and absent from sight. » Read More
By: Sara Salinas
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High profile accidents involving self-driving cars have heightened consumer fears over fully autonomous vehicles.
Gwynne Shotwell was a teenager when she met a woman working as a mechanical engineer. She said this female role model is why she came to be where she is today.
Indigo Agriculture is out to help farmers feed the world without any toxic chemicals or genetically modified plants.
Airbnb, ranked No. 3 on the 2018 CNBC Disruptor 50 List announced Tuesday, is fueling start-up ecosystems around the world.
Local and state governments are stepping up to fund disruptive start-ups in a challenge to Silicon Valley's supremacy. The competition is also increasing globally.
China's share of the global venture capital industry is growing rapidly, along with a rise in tech unicorns. The trend threatens the supremacy of Silicon Valley.
The CNBC Disruptor 50 companies in 2018 have women CEO and female founder representation far above what is typical in Silicon Valley.
Luminar is building Lidar sensor technology to serve as the "eyes" of autonomous vehicles in Florida's Space Coast.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase soared to $1 billion in revenue as a result of the bitcoin boom. Now it's spreading bets to dominate a vast crypto economy.
The biggest challenge of landing on the CNBC Disruptor 50 list isn't coming up with a game-changing idea. It's transitioning from a fast-moving start-up into a sustainable business that plays by the rules.
When Spotify went public in a direct listing in April, it skirted Wall Street. Is that an adaptable model for other unicorns lining up for an IPO?
Zuckerberg will meet with European officials following reports that a firm was able to access user data from Facebook.
Sony has reached an agreement with a consortium of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment to acquire all its interest in EMI Music Publishing, for $1.9 billion.
Jim Cramer explains how U.S. companies may soon sell products directly in China, and it could be huge.
Jim Cramer sits down with Take-Two Interactive Software Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick for an update on the video game space.
Micron also announced plans to buy back $10 billion of its shares
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