Here’s a list of American products targeted by China’s new tariffs

Chinese shipping containers are stored beside a US flag after they were unloaded at the Port of Los Angeles in Long Beach, California on May 14, 2019. – Global markets remain on red alert over a trade war between the two superpowers China and the US, that most observers warn could shatter global economic growth, and hurt demand for commodities like oil. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)MARK RALSTON | AFP | Getty Images


Chinese shipping containers are stored beside a US flag after they were unloaded at the Port of Los Angeles in Long Beach, California on May 14, 2019. – Global markets remain on red alert over a trade war between the two superpowers China and the US, that most observers warn could shatter global economic growth, and hurt demand for commodities like oil. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)MARK RALSTON | AFP | Getty Images
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Here's a list of American products targeted by China's new tariffs

Chinese shipping containers are stored beside a US flag after they were unloaded at the Port of Los Angeles in Long Beach, California on May 14, 2019. – Global markets remain on red alert over a trade war between the two superpowers China and the US, that most observers warn could shatter global economic growth, and hurt demand for commodities like oil. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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Here’s what we know about the Capital One data breach

Here’s what we know about the Capital One data breach13 Hours AgoCNBC’s Kate Fazzini joins “The Exchange” to discuss the Capital One data breach and how it happened.


Here’s what we know about the Capital One data breach13 Hours AgoCNBC’s Kate Fazzini joins “The Exchange” to discuss the Capital One data breach and how it happened.
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Here's what we know about the Capital One data breach

Here’s what we know about the Capital One data breach

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CNBC’s Kate Fazzini joins “The Exchange” to discuss the Capital One data breach and how it happened.


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Why this security expert is concerned about Huawei

Why this security expert is concerned about Huawei5 Hours AgoHuawei suppliers are expected to meet at the White House on Monday to talk about doing business with the Chinese telecom giant. Robert Spalding, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss why he’s been very outspoken about the security issues posed by Huawei.


Why this security expert is concerned about Huawei5 Hours AgoHuawei suppliers are expected to meet at the White House on Monday to talk about doing business with the Chinese telecom giant. Robert Spalding, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss why he’s been very outspoken about the security issues posed by Huawei.
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Why this security expert is concerned about Huawei

Why this security expert is concerned about Huawei

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Huawei suppliers are expected to meet at the White House on Monday to talk about doing business with the Chinese telecom giant. Robert Spalding, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss why he’s been very outspoken about the security issues posed by Huawei.


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Watch Democratic candidates wrangle over health-care proposals at first 2020 debate

Watch Democratic candidates wrangle over health-care proposals at first 2020 debate8 Hours AgoDemocratic candidates take the stage together for the first time Wednesday night as they jockey for position in the race to take on President Donald Trump in 2020. Healthcare became a major issue early in the debate. Watch how several candidates sparred over the role private insurance plays in the U.S. health-care industry.


Watch Democratic candidates wrangle over health-care proposals at first 2020 debate8 Hours AgoDemocratic candidates take the stage together for the first time Wednesday night as they jockey for position in the race to take on President Donald Trump in 2020. Healthcare became a major issue early in the debate. Watch how several candidates sparred over the role private insurance plays in the U.S. health-care industry.
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Watch Democratic candidates wrangle over health-care proposals at first 2020 debate

Watch Democratic candidates wrangle over health-care proposals at first 2020 debate

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Democratic candidates take the stage together for the first time Wednesday night as they jockey for position in the race to take on President Donald Trump in 2020. Healthcare became a major issue early in the debate. Watch how several candidates sparred over the role private insurance plays in the U.S. health-care industry.


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Alibaba is reportedly eyeing a Hong Kong listing to raise $20 billion

The New York Stock Exchange building is seen adorned with banners on September 19, 2014. A buying frenzy sent Alibaba shares sharply higher Friday as the Chinese online giant made its historic Wall Street trading debut. In early trades after the record public share offering, Alibaba leapt from an opening price of $68 to nearly $100 and, while it dropped back, was still up some 38 percent at $94.08 after 10 minutes. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)JEWE


The New York Stock Exchange building is seen adorned with banners on September 19, 2014. A buying frenzy sent Alibaba shares sharply higher Friday as the Chinese online giant made its historic Wall Street trading debut. In early trades after the record public share offering, Alibaba leapt from an opening price of $68 to nearly $100 and, while it dropped back, was still up some 38 percent at $94.08 after 10 minutes. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)JEWE
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Alibaba is reportedly eyeing a Hong Kong listing to raise $20 billion

The New York Stock Exchange building is seen adorned with banners on September 19, 2014. A buying frenzy sent Alibaba shares sharply higher Friday as the Chinese online giant made its historic Wall Street trading debut. In early trades after the record public share offering, Alibaba leapt from an opening price of $68 to nearly $100 and, while it dropped back, was still up some 38 percent at $94.08 after 10 minutes. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

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Meet the 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 companies

In the seventh annual Disruptor 50 list, CNBC features private companies — from biotech and machine learning to transportation, retail and agriculture — whose innovations are changing the world and fueling a race between superpowers like the U.S. and China. These forward-thinking start-ups have not only identified unexploited niches in the market that have the potential to become billion-dollar businesses, a majority of them already are billion-dollar businesses. But we ranked those venture capi


In the seventh annual Disruptor 50 list, CNBC features private companies — from biotech and machine learning to transportation, retail and agriculture — whose innovations are changing the world and fueling a race between superpowers like the U.S. and China. These forward-thinking start-ups have not only identified unexploited niches in the market that have the potential to become billion-dollar businesses, a majority of them already are billion-dollar businesses. But we ranked those venture capi
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Meet the 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 companies

In the seventh annual Disruptor 50 list, CNBC features private companies — from biotech and machine learning to transportation, retail and agriculture — whose innovations are changing the world and fueling a race between superpowers like the U.S. and China. These forward-thinking start-ups have not only identified unexploited niches in the market that have the potential to become billion-dollar businesses, a majority of them already are billion-dollar businesses. A startling 36 disruptors this year are unicorns that have already reached or passed the billion-dollar mark.

Unseating corporate giants is no easy feat. But we ranked those venture capital–backed companies doing the best job. In aggregate, these 50 companies have raised over $46 billion in venture capital at an implied Disruptor 50 list market valuation of more than $266 billion, according to PitchBook data. Many already are part of our daily lives, whether or not we know it. Read more about the trends that stand out in the 2019 list ranking — from the future of farming and residential real estate to the battles for control in the rapidly growing artificial intelligence and genetics industries — and the methodology used to select this year’s Disruptor companies.


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Phononic 2019 Disruptor 50

Phononic is a semiconductor manufacturer that has developed new solid-state cooling and refrigeration technology that displaces compressors, heat sinks and fans — ancient, energy-inefficient technology that’s been around for more than 100 years. Phononic replaced the compressor with solid-state technology and nontoxic refrigerants to give medical facilities smarter, more precise refrigeration with 40% more storage space. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50Last year that technology really took


Phononic is a semiconductor manufacturer that has developed new solid-state cooling and refrigeration technology that displaces compressors, heat sinks and fans — ancient, energy-inefficient technology that’s been around for more than 100 years. Phononic replaced the compressor with solid-state technology and nontoxic refrigerants to give medical facilities smarter, more precise refrigeration with 40% more storage space. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50Last year that technology really took
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Phononic 2019 Disruptor 50

Phononic is a semiconductor manufacturer that has developed new solid-state cooling and refrigeration technology that displaces compressors, heat sinks and fans — ancient, energy-inefficient technology that’s been around for more than 100 years. The Durham, N.C.-based company, launched in 2009, started by selling medical refrigerators used in labs and hospitals. Phononic replaced the compressor with solid-state technology and nontoxic refrigerants to give medical facilities smarter, more precise refrigeration with 40% more storage space.

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Last year that technology really took off when the company partnered with Thermo Fisher Scientific as the exclusive supplier for its life sciences and health-care solid-state refrigeration and freezer products. Phononic founder and CEO, Tony Atti, the former director of boutique private-equity firm MHI Energy Partners, claims his company’s units are nearly silent and use about 25% less energy than a traditional refrigerator.

That’s attractive to food and beverage companies like Pepsi Bottling, one of Pepsi’s biggest distributors. Last year the bottling company installed Phononic refrigerators at the end of aisles and near registers in some North Carolina supermarkets and convenience stores and compared sales at stores where the beverages were in large refrigerators near the back of the store. The Phononic refrigerators had better sales, and now Pepsi Bottling is using them throughout the country.

So far Phononic, with 140 employees, has raised close to $160 million from Oak Investment Partners, Venrock Associates and Tsing Capital, among others. Eventually, the company wants to get into commercial and residential cooling so that it can alleviate some of the load on local power grids. It’s testing that in Singapore right now in partnership with Temasek-EcoSperity.


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Cohesity 2019 Disruptor 50

He took a job at Google when it was just starting out and sold the shares he was given for a sizeable sum. Rather than relax, he used the money to help co-found Nutanix, a cloud computing software company that went public in 2016. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50The San Jose-based firm empowers companies to back up, manage, store, and tease out insights from their data and apps. Like Nutanix, Cohesity is bringing the concept of hyperconvergence to the data center. It looks like Aron has hi


He took a job at Google when it was just starting out and sold the shares he was given for a sizeable sum. Rather than relax, he used the money to help co-found Nutanix, a cloud computing software company that went public in 2016. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50The San Jose-based firm empowers companies to back up, manage, store, and tease out insights from their data and apps. Like Nutanix, Cohesity is bringing the concept of hyperconvergence to the data center. It looks like Aron has hi
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Cohesity 2019 Disruptor 50

There are entrepreneurs who struggle to start one successful company. Mohit Aron has launched two. He took a job at Google when it was just starting out and sold the shares he was given for a sizeable sum. Rather than relax, he used the money to help co-found Nutanix, a cloud computing software company that went public in 2016. That’s when he began working on his second startup—Cohesity.

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The San Jose-based firm empowers companies to back up, manage, store, and tease out insights from their data and apps. So far, it’s raised more than $400 million from investors such as Sequoia Capital, Cisco Investments, and SoftBank Vision Fund. The company is already valued at more than $1 billion.

Like Nutanix, Cohesity is bringing the concept of hyperconvergence to the data center. It’s just focusing on the part that’s known as secondary storage—the backups, analytics, and archival information. In January, it launched the Cohesity Anti-Ransomware Solution which offers a broad set of capabilities to prevent, detect, and respond to ransomware attacks, among the biggest security threats companies face today.

It looks like Aron has hit another start-up homerun with Cohesity. The company says it has quadrupled the size of its customer base and saw a 300% increase in revenues in fiscal year 2018. Last year it was also selected by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer for its ability to “transform society and industry” and “share the fourth industrial revolution.” Former Pioneer recipients include Google, Twitter, and Airbnb.


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Palantir 2019 Disruptor 50

As the drumbeat of a potential IPO this year grows louder, Palantir keeps expanding. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50In its early days, Palantir did most of its work for the Pentagon and the CIA in Iraq and Afghanistan. Earlier this year, a Palantir executive revealed on French TV that the company had revenue of $1 billion in 2018. About half came from government agencies and the rest from corporate customers, a segment that is growing rapidly, thanks to a new product called Foundry. CEO A


As the drumbeat of a potential IPO this year grows louder, Palantir keeps expanding. Read More: FULL LIST 2019 DISRUPTOR 50In its early days, Palantir did most of its work for the Pentagon and the CIA in Iraq and Afghanistan. Earlier this year, a Palantir executive revealed on French TV that the company had revenue of $1 billion in 2018. About half came from government agencies and the rest from corporate customers, a segment that is growing rapidly, thanks to a new product called Foundry. CEO A
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Palantir 2019 Disruptor 50

As the drumbeat of a potential IPO this year grows louder, Palantir keeps expanding. In March the secretive Silicon Valley data analytics company co-founded by PayPal founder and Trump advisor Peter Thiel won an army contract worth up to $800 million. As CNBC reported, it is the first time that a venture-backed firm has been named a “defense program of record,” meaning that it basically falls into the category of the biggest, multiyear project awarded by the Pentagon. It beat out Fortune 500 company Raytheon for the contract. This comes after a smaller, yet still significant, contract with the federal government’s National Institutes of Health signed in September. The three-year contract is another sign that the government values Palantir’s offerings, and it enables the company to push further into the rapidly growing health-care and biosciences market.

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In its early days, Palantir did most of its work for the Pentagon and the CIA in Iraq and Afghanistan. Its software can take mounds of data from an organization — financial reports, cellphone records, social media postings, for example — and transform it into maps, charts and other actionable forms of intelligence. Palantir can then report back to a client any news of potential trouble, whether it be terrorism, financial fraud or even human trafficking. The government success has led to contracts with the private sector, including BP, Merck, Airbus and Fiat Chrysler’s North American factories.

Earlier this year, a Palantir executive revealed on French TV that the company had revenue of $1 billion in 2018. About half came from government agencies and the rest from corporate customers, a segment that is growing rapidly, thanks to a new product called Foundry. The service automates much of what Palantir does, allowing the company to sell ready-to-use software at higher margins. CEO Alexander Karp won’t comment on IPO rumors, but that hasn’t stopped investors from talking up its expected 2019 debut. The company has raised an astounding $2 billion and is valued at $20 billion.


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C3 2019 Disruptor 50

With so many products — everything from smart refrigerators and ovens to oil pumps — becoming connected to the internet, C3 (formerly C3 IoT) realized there was an abundance of information about how all these devices are performing. C3 began life as a software venture for the energy industry. But after the recession, when spending on software in the energy industry had all but dried up, Siebel course-corrected. Two new AI applications — antimoney laundering AML and manufacturing yield optimizati


With so many products — everything from smart refrigerators and ovens to oil pumps — becoming connected to the internet, C3 (formerly C3 IoT) realized there was an abundance of information about how all these devices are performing. C3 began life as a software venture for the energy industry. But after the recession, when spending on software in the energy industry had all but dried up, Siebel course-corrected. Two new AI applications — antimoney laundering AML and manufacturing yield optimizati
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C3 2019 Disruptor 50

With so many products — everything from smart refrigerators and ovens to oil pumps — becoming connected to the internet, C3 (formerly C3 IoT) realized there was an abundance of information about how all these devices are performing. Its software can read all that data and tell its owners — companies in industries such as aerospace, financial services, health care, retailing and utilities, to name a few — if something is about to break down, or the most efficient ways to use sensor data in their supply chain management.

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The company was launched in 2009 by Thomas Siebel, the same man who started, and sold, Siebel Systems, the customer relationship management software firm, to Oracle in 2006 for $6 billion. C3 began life as a software venture for the energy industry. But after the recession, when spending on software in the energy industry had all but dried up, Siebel course-corrected. Two new AI applications — antimoney laundering AML and manufacturing yield optimization — are in trials with customers today. C3 says in the case of its AML offering, a large global bank has improved identification of potential money laundering by 200% while reducing false alarms by 85%.

Today the Redwood City, California-based company counts 3M, the New York Power Authority and Shell among its customers. The company has raised $228 million so far from investors, including TPG Growth and Breyer Capital.


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