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  • The Trick to Personally Shopping for Men Who Personally Hate Shopping

    Bombfell has a tech-forward approach to customizable clothing for men. CEO Bernie Yoo talks about how the company integrates A.I. to blend art and science.

  • Why People Prefer Female Digital Assistants

    Amdocs CMO Gary Miles speculates as to why most users choose the setting. He also gets into their biggest hang-ups with digital assistants.

  • The Company Making Your Meal More Environmentally Friendly

    Being environmentally friendly is more than just having a recycling bin. Especially for restaurants who create massive amounts of food waste. This is where Elytus steps in. The software technology company advises its restaurant clients on how to creatively recycle and be energy efficient. Matthew...

  • "Alexa, Find Me a Date!"

    "Alexa, I need a date." That's right, you can now use eHarmony's online dating service through Amazon's Alexa. The integration advises singles on compatible matches, and updates the user on messages. eHarmony CEO Grant Langston says Alexa offers a unique, human element to the online dating servic...

  • Never Worry About Losing Your Keys Again

    KeyMe keeps a digital copy of your key on file. CEO Greg Marsh says the company, which operates key-making kiosks, is growing fast. He explains why it's a hit for customers and retailers.

  • How George Foreman III Is Creating a Friction-Free Gym

    George Foreman III, businessman and son of the legendary boxer, had a unique vision for starting his own gym. He explains how he's using technology to create a "frictionless" experience.

  • Will the Russia Investigation Impact Facebook's Ad Revenue?

    The company is handing over 3,000 Russian-linked ads to Congress. The social network's CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the decision on Facebook Live Thursday. Facebook marketing expert Mari Smith asks, "Where was this strategy one year ago?" Smith highlights that Facebook needs to switch its strat...

  • Secrets to Help You "Claim Your Power"

    Mastin Kipp, the creator of functional life coaching, is out with a new book called "Claim Your Power." Kipp outlines his 40-day plan to thrive in your life, and achieve rapid behavioral change. The author also shares what he's learned from his biggest influence, Tony Robbins.

  • The Risks Facing Large-Cap Internet Stocks

    Amazon is inking a deal with New York-based food delivery service "Olo." RBC Capital's Managing Director Mark Mahaney says this is a small bet by Amazon to work its way up the market share chain in food delivery. Mahaney says grocery is the only part of e-commerce that hasn't worked yet. While gr...

  • Waste Management Without the Mess

    Industrial/Organic is offering new solutions for waste management for cities. Co-Founder and CEO Amanda Weeks says her start-up is breaking down waste in sustainable, efficient, and cost-effective ways. Weeks says she was inspired to pursue a career in waste management after growing up near what...

  • The Meal-Kit Market Is Heating Up

    Amazon is inking a deal with New York-based food delivery service "Olo." RBC Capital's Managing Director Mark Mahaney says this is a small bet by Amazon to work its way up the market share chain in food delivery. Mahaney says grocery is the only part of e-commerce that hasn't worked yet. While gr...

  • Amazon's Real Estate Footprint in NYC

    Amazon is on the move searching for a second headquarters. While New York hasn't locked it down, the company is planning a major expansion in the Big Apple with its new office at Brookfield's 5 Manhattan West. Brett Siegel, Managing Director at investment firm Eastdil Secured, discusses the impac...

  • Coke Is Going Where the Fans Are...Even If It's Video Games

    Coca-Cola just signed its first ever "virtual" athlete and is implementing first-of-its kind content integration with the upcoming EA Sports FIFA 18. Alban Dechelotte, Global Lead on Gaming & E-Sports Initiatives at Coca-Cola, shares why FIFA was the right partnership for his company. The ad spot...

  • Why Coke Just Inked a Fictional Athlete

    Coca-Cola just signed its first ever "virtual" athlete and is implementing first-of-its kind content integration with the upcoming EA Sports FIFA 18. Alban Dechelotte, Global Lead on Gaming & E-Sports Initiatives at Coca-Cola, shares why FIFA was the right partnership for his company. The ad spot...

  • Big Data Means Big Bucks, and Jebbit Has Big Plans

    Jebbit is the world's first declared data platform, and the latest partner with Snapchat. The start-up collects consumer data through interactive mobile experiences. Co-Founder Jonathan Lacoste talks what's next, and why he thinks Snap is the perfect partnership.

  • Would You Like a Pedicure With That Oil Change?

    It's not often you see women changing tires at autobody shops, but Patrice Banks is out to change that. She opened the Girls Auto Clinic to teach women everything they need to know about cars. If you're not looking to change your own oil, you can get a pedicure at the shop's Clutch Beauty Bar. Ba...

  • A.J. Calloway Has the Scoop on Tom Cruise's On-Set Injury

    Extra's AJ Calloway joins us with the biggest headlines coming out of Hollywood. He just sat down with Tom Cruise about his ankle injury on the set of the new "Mission Impossible" movie. He also tells us how Fergie is coping after his split from Josh Duhamel. Then we preview the upcoming season ...

  • "Extra" Host A.J. Calloway Can't Wait for the New SNL Season

    Extra's AJ Calloway joins us with the biggest headlines coming out of Hollywood. He just sat down with Tom Cruise about his ankle injury on the set of the new "Mission Impossible" movie. He also tells us how Fergie is coping after his split from Josh Duhamel. Then we preview the upcoming season ...

  • Paula Deen on Growing With Her Empire

    Celebrity chef Paula Deen is in the house with some delicious Southern goodies. It's been a busy year for Paula with a new cookbook, two TV shows, and two new restaurants. She tells us how she manages to make everything work. Then we challenge her to a hilarious game of "Eat It or Wear It?"

  • Cheddar's Digging in With Paula Deen!

    Celebrity chef Paula Deen is in the house with some delicious Southern goodies. It's been a busy year for Paula with a new cookbook, two TV shows, and two new restaurants. She tells us how she manages to make everything work. Then we challenge her to a hilarious game of "Eat It or Wear It?"

  • Advice on How to Get that Home Loan

    Buying a home for the first time is no easy feat. There are a number of variables you have to weigh once you're ready to be a homebuyer, such as where and what to buy. Jacob Gaffney, Editor-In-Chief of HousingWire, shares his top tips for buying your first place.

  • New Tech Start-Up Helps Construction Get Done on a Budget

    "Cover" is a California-based start-up that creates permitted outdoor spaces using pre-fab materials. They create everything from outdoor kitchens to livable homes. CEO Alexis Rivas explains where the idea came from and where he wants to take it.

  • How Nintendo's Deal in China Could Change the Video Games Landscape

    GameSpot's Justin Haywald joins us to break down the release of the "Tomb Raider" trailer. The past three decades have not been kind to movies based on video games, so why does Hollywood keep making them? Plus, Nintendo's stock jumped over seven percent this week on news of a major Chinese game c...

  • The New Tomb Raider Film Does Something Most Video Game Movies Don't

    GameSpot's Justin Haywald joins us to break down the release of the "Tomb Raider" trailer. The past three decades have not been kind to movies based on video games, so why does Hollywood keep making them? Plus, Nintendo's stock jumped over seven percent this week on news of a major Chinese game c...