Frequently covers crowdfunding, the sharing economy and social entrepreneurship.
Catherine Clifford is a reporter for CNBC. She was formerly a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com, the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Clifford attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.
From immersive experiences to watching video gamers in a stadium, here's a rundown of the tech trends you should expect to pick up steam in the new year.
Daniel Lubetzky says he wants every person at his company to feel like an owner.
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The Golden Arches just wouldn't communicate the same thing if they were purple.
The founder and CEO of the engineering kits manufacturer says that the company's goal of inspiring future makers makes 'management so easy.'
The Facebook COO and founder of the Lean In movement opened up about her life and career on the question-and-answer website Quora.
Limor Fried, the founder and CEO of Adafruit, explains her approach to being a boss.
Splacer is like Airbnb but for ultra hip event spaces, such as an abandoned church, urban greenhouse or prop studio.
The Zano crowdfunding campaign raised $3.6 million to make mini drones that take pictures and video. Some drones were delivered, but overwhelmingly, backers did not get the rewards they expected.
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A new report examines user interaction across the most popular social media channels.
Bringing super-fast Internet to the second and third biggest cities in the U.S. has the potential to turbocharge the entrepreneurial communities there.
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A look at how these Nashville entrepreneurs are changing the music industry.
The crowdfunding platform commissioned a University of Pennsylvania professor to do an analysis of the fulfillment rates of funded campaigns on the platform.
Uber is still the biggest player in the space but Lyft is hustling hard.
David Cummings, the founder of Atlanta Tech Village, explains how he chooses which startups to invest in.
The growing food events business says the acquisition is both to grow its customer base and a sign that it intends to expand its product offerings.
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