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.
Hasbro and Indiegogo today announce that they are partnering to seek out, identify and grow the most innovative gaming ideas out there.
Arro is a new smartphone app that lets users hail and pay for cab rides in the Big Apple, one of the most hotly contested markets for ride hailing.
New York City-based boat-sharing platform Sailo takes the time to get to know the boat owners on its platform personally.
The home-rental platform today announced that it will automatically collect tourism taxes for guests and remit them directly to the City Hall.
Crowdfunding seems like it's sheltered from Wall Street's bulls and bears, but it's not.
Featuring epic athletes Stephen Curry, Misty Copeland and Jordan Spieth, the visually compelling ad is a prayer to the power of hard work.
With another 13 days left in the crowdfunding campaign, the BauBax jacket has already raised $5.6 million from almost 29,000 backers.
The accommodations rental site says outbound travel from China on the platform has grown 700 percent in the past year.
The Knock Knock app, out today, allows users to instantly connect with each other in an augmented reality social network.
We live online. And that means we are creating data all day, every day. Tons of it.
This is Lightricks first-ever outside investment. The startup will double headcount and work on new photo-editing products.
This high school dropout turned viral video maker has worked with big brands such as Nike and Mercedes-Benz to create ads that millennials love.
Space gardens mean more delicious meals aboard the International Space Station, and they are also a critical development for the march towards life on Mars.
As the New Orleans-based startup grows, it's founder is learning that being headquartered in the Big Easy can be a big challenge.
The special will showcase the work of artists who are raising money to fund their creative projects.
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