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    President Obama sat down with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other entrepreneurs at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University.

  • Free Ticketmaster tix? Not so fast 

    Ticketmaster's class action settlement meant free ticket vouchers for some users. But as CNNMoney's Samuel Burke found out, actually redeeming those tickets is not so simple.

  • This $1000 machine 3D-scans your body fat 

    Naked Labs makes a 3D body scanner for your home. Founder Farhad Farahbakhshian tells CNN's Samuel Burke that the company's device will tell you if your diet or workout is making a difference, before you'd see results on a scale.

  • Free Ticketmaster tix? Not so fast 

    Ticketmaster's class action settlement meant free ticket vouchers for some users. But as CNNMoney's Samuel Burke found out, actually redeeming those tickets is not so simple.

  • Watch this robotic dog do the dishes 

    The latest robot from Boston Dynamics looks like a dog and can fetch, do your dishes and move under obstacles.

  • Lean In PSA encourages women to work together 

    Kerry Washington, Serena Williams and Emma Watson talk about the women that have supported them in their careers, as part of a new campaign for Sheryl Sandberg's LeanIn.Org.

  • You can buy this superhero strength  

    Workforce injuries cost $192 billion a year. StrongArm Technologies has developed an affordable, supportive device that helps protect those on the front lines of the labor force.

  • Line: Japan's most popular messaging app 

    Japanese messaging app Line is set for its IPO, which may be the biggest tech offering of the year. It has more than 200 million monthly active users and strong revenue growth, but will the company find success outside Japan? CNNMoney's Samuel Burke looks at the world's top messaging apps from WhatsApp, to Facebook Messenger and Line.

  • Why this dating app founder is freezing her eggs  

    The League, a dating app targeted at ambitious professionals, is launching a new feature for women to discuss freezing their eggs.