Catherine Clifford

Catherine Clifford

Senior Entrepreneurship Writer at CNBC

Catherine Clifford is senior entrepreneurship writer at 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.

The Startup Behind Popular Selfie-Editing App Facetune Raises $10 Million, Plans for New Products
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The Startup Behind Popular Selfie-Editing App Facetune Raises $10 Million, Plans for New Products

This is Lightricks first-ever outside investment. The startup will double headcount and work on new photo-editing products.
How YouTube Sensation Casey Neistat Succeeded in Making Ads for People Who Hate Ads
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How YouTube Sensation Casey Neistat Succeeded in Making Ads for People Who Hate Ads

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.
For the First Time Ever, NASA Astronauts Eat Vegetables Grown in Space
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For the First Time Ever, NASA Astronauts Eat Vegetables Grown in Space

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.
120,000 Miles Later, Dinner Lab Lands a Fresh Round of Funding
Dinner Lab

120,000 Miles Later, Dinner Lab Lands a Fresh Round of Funding

As the New Orleans-based startup grows, it's founder is learning that being headquartered in the Big Easy can be a big challenge.
Rocket Hub and Ovation Team Up to Bring Crowdfunding to TV
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Rocket Hub and Ovation Team Up to Bring Crowdfunding to TV

The special will showcase the work of artists who are raising money to fund their creative projects.
Facebook Is Making it Easier for Businesses to Chat Privately With Customers
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Facebook Is Making it Easier for Businesses to Chat Privately With Customers

Today, the social media giant is rolling out new features making it more attractive for business owners to respond privately and quickly to customer inquiries.
What the Next Decade Could Mean for 3-D Printing
3-D Printing

What the Next Decade Could Mean for 3-D Printing

Will there be a 3-d printer in every home? A handful of industry insiders predict how we will be interacting with 3-D printing in the next few years.
Look Out, Casper: Another Mattress Startup Is Joining the $15 Billion Pillow Fight
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Look Out, Casper: Another Mattress Startup Is Joining the $15 Billion Pillow Fight

Online mattress company Helix Sleep has sprung onto the scene, offering customizable mattresses.
Ebola Vaccine Shown to Be 'Highly Effective'
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Ebola Vaccine Shown to Be 'Highly Effective'

Interim analysis of a trial to protect against the deadly disease has been shown to, thus far, be successful.
10 Apps and Gadgets to Help You Find Zen
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10 Apps and Gadgets to Help You Find Zen

Looking to maximize your mindfulness? These tech-based tools may help.
The Smithsonian and Kickstarter Partner Up to Preserve Neil Armstrong's Spacesuit
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The Smithsonian and Kickstarter Partner Up to Preserve Neil Armstrong's Spacesuit

More than 7,000 campaign backers have already contributed $550,000 to the preservation project.
The Useful Features You Might Not Know About on Facebook, LinkedIn and More (Infographic)
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The Useful Features You Might Not Know About on Facebook, LinkedIn and More (Infographic)

Make your social media life better with these functions.
How This Couple Created the All-In-One Travel Jacket That Is Nearing $2 Million on Kickstarter
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How This Couple Created the All-In-One Travel Jacket That Is Nearing $2 Million on Kickstarter

Hiral Sanghavi and his wife created a jacket that has 15 features including a built-in inflatable neck pillow and koozie drink pocket.
Congress Is Trying To Pump the Brakes On Hackers Who Can Control Your Car Wirelessly
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Congress Is Trying To Pump the Brakes On Hackers Who Can Control Your Car Wirelessly

The explosion of Internet-connected computer features in automobiles give hackers a doorway into the control system of your car.
A Small Business in Montana Just Won $1.5 Million for Ocean Health Technology
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A Small Business in Montana Just Won $1.5 Million for Ocean Health Technology

As carbon dioxide is burned to fuel our lives, a percentage of that carbon ends up in the world's oceans. The first step in fixing the problem is being able to accurately measure it. That's what Sunburst Sensors is doing.