The Upstart 25, CNBC's first-ever list of promising young start-ups, features companies building brands, breaking barriers, and scaling.
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A Puerto Rican entrepreneur discusses what it takes to succeed in business in a country that is known for its $70 billion in debt.
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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.
Surprisingly, many founders of start-ups featured on CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list favor new regulations on business.
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An online platform, InHerSight, is helping women forge a more gender-inclusive working world by having women rate employers nationwide.
These young ventures didn't make CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list, but they deserve an honorable mention for their impressive business plan.
CNBC's first-ever list of promising young startups are scaling quickly on the path to becoming tomorrow's household names.
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.
Zume Pizza tops CNBC’s Upstart 25 list. The company — which has replaced human chefs with robots — is reinventing the food-delivery biz.
Urbanites take heart: If an MIT start-up has its way, a new robotic smart wheel will change biking forever.
Israel is home to two Upstart 25 cybersecurity companies founded by former Israeli Defense Forces members
Sarah Michelle Gellar is one of the latest celebrities to launch a side biz. Now she and her team are revolutionizing the baking sector.
The commercial drone industry is seeing explosive growth, especially in the construction sector, said Michael Winn CEO DroneDeploy, an Upstart 25 company.
The growth in women entrepreneurship in the United States and abroad is reflected in CNBC's inaugural Upstart 25 list.
Nima is a food-allergen detection device created by MIT graduates to help diners detect dangers on their plates.
Markit Opportunity is a Kenya-based start-up that connects small farms to big corporate buyers and exporters with mobile apps.