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Why stock buybacks may deepen income inequality
American companies spend trillions buying back their own shares. But that's money they aren't spending on workers or factories.
How your data makes Facebook billions
Everything you do on Facebook helps the company know you better. Advertisers pay big bucks for those insights. But what happens when that data falls into the wrong hands?
Bezos' new pet: Boston Dynamics' robot dog
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tweeted a photo of himself walking alongside SpotMini, a versatile robotic dog from Boston Dynamics.
Why the AT&T-Time Warner trial matters
The government argues AT&T's proposed purchase of Time Warner, parent of CNN, is bad for consumers. If the judge agrees, the case could change the course of history for the media industry.
Hugh Jackman's advice for starting a business: ...
Hugh Jackman helped start the Laughing Man Foundation, a coffee company that aims to give back to growers. He talks with CNN Money's Laurie Segall about the struggles of starting a new business...
Pedestrian killed in accident involving self-driving Uber
An Arizona woman has died after being struck by a self-driving Uber in Tempe, Arizona. This is the first known fatality of an accident involving a self-driving car.
Watch this home be 3D printed
Housing non-profit New Story and construction technology company Icon have teamed up to develop a giant 3D printer, dubbed The Vulcan. The printer constructed its first home in Austin, Texas...
Will South Africa clean house?
Pravin Gordhan has been fighting corruption in South Africa and he lost his job because of it. Now he's back, along with a new government, but can the country find the political will to bring...
France readies for battle in trade war
France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says tariffs are not the answer but he's not afraid of battle if a trade war erupts.
Here's why video game movies don't work
Often when popular video games like "Assassin's Creed" and "Prince of Persia" are turned into movies, audiences are disappointed. CNNMoney's Frank Pallotta explains why.
This bot can help you document harassment
Spot is a chatbot that helps employees track and report workplace harassment and discrimination. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke sits down with co-founder Julia Shaw to find out how a bot can help...
Fanatics CEO: NFL jersey sales strong during protests
Fanatics manages the online stores of nearly every pro sports league in the US. CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia sits down with CEO Doug Mack to talk about the company's business model and how jersey...
For dogs, United can be deadly
It's not just dogs that are dying on planes. in 2017, 24 pets died while on US carriers and 18 of those 24 were on United Airlines.
See the most exotic cars from the Geneva Motor Show
Everyone has heard of names like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Porsche, but these small supercar manufacturers were some of the flashiest at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.
Here's how corporations are addressing human traffic...
CNN uses #MyFreedomDay to draw attention to human trafficking and slavery. CNNMoney's Richard Quest explains how corporations are also doing more to stop the abuse.
Remembering one of the darkest days in financial history
The collapse of Bear Stearns was one of the first dominoes to fall in the Great Recession. CNN's Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans looks back on what it was like to cover one of...
'The Crown's' queen was paid less than her...
Producers of the Netflix series "The Crown" say Claire Foy, the actress who plays Queen Elizabeth, was paid less than co-star Matt Smith, who plays Prince Philip.
Goldman Sachs' next CEO is a part-time DJ
Goldman Sachs' presumed next leader isn't your typical investment banker. David Solomon is a part-time electronic dance DJ who performs at New York and Miami clubs under the nickname DJ D-Sol.
Fitbit unveils Apple Watch clone and fitness tracker for ...
Fitbit CEO and cofounder James Park explains why the new products may lure more casual fitness fans, and the company's lofty goal of making everyone healthier.
Here's how your online grocery delivery options are ...
Walmart is expanding its grocery delivery service to 40% of US homes by the end of 2018. It is the latest move by the nation's largest grocer to stay competitive with Amazon and Target.
Is the US trade deficit a bad thing?
The U.S. has a $566 billion dollar trade deficit with the rest of the world. But does that hurt the economy? Christine Romans investigates.
Get the first glimpse of Disney's new Star Wars land
Construction of Disney's much-anticipated Star Wars attractions is underway. The lands called "Galaxy's Edge" are set to open in 2019.
Cities are throwing billions of dollars at...Amazon?
As cities across the country angle to win Amazon's contest to be the home of its next headquarters, CNN's Jon Sarlin looks at how good it really is to be the "winner."
See Google cofounder's flying taxi take to the skies
Kitty Hawk, a startup backed by Google cofounder Larry Page, is testing its self-piloting flying taxi in New Zealand.
Trump's possible new top economic adviser hates tariffs
Larry Kudlow, President Trump's likely pick to run the National Economic Council, has been vocal in his criticism of tariffs.
Eddy Cue on why Apple hasn't bought Netflix
At the South by Southwest conference, CNNMoney's Dylan Byers talks to Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue about why the company is creating its own original content rather than acquiring a...
Eddy Cue on why NRA is allowed on Apple TV
At the South by Southwest conference, CNNMoney's Dylan Byers talks to Apple Senior Vice President Eddy Cue about what is and is not allowed on the company's app stores.
Jim Gaffigan on why he loves comedy (it's not for th...
CNN talked to Jim Gaffigan at South by Southwest about his favorite breakfast foods, his favorite part of being a comedian and how he thinks #MeToo is changing standup comedy.
Gloria Allred's 'Year of Empowerment of Women...
On International Women's Day, Gloria Allred says 2018 may be a year of empowerment, but she hopes for an 'age of empowerment.' Allred also gives her thoughts on Trump, Stormy Daniels and the...
Goldman Sachs names David Solomon as new president
Co-president Harvey Schwartz plans to retire, paving the way for Solomon to eventually become CEO when Lloyd Blankfein steps down.
Unions may flip this steel district despite Trump's ...
The United Steelworkers union is applauding President Trump on his move to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. But they're supporting Democrat Conor Lamb in Pennsylvania's 18th district...
How Glossier founder and CEO is disrupting the beauty ind...
Glossier founder and CEO Emily Weiss isn't relying on celebrity endorsements to get her beauty products out there. She's harnessing the power of social media and tells CNN's Poppy Harlow the...
Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison for fraud
Martin Shkreli, who gained notoriety for inflating the price of a life-saving drug, was sentenced to seven years in prison for defrauding investors.
Watch this robot get attacked by ransomware
Ransomware is not only a threat on phones or computers. It's coming for robots, too. Researchers at security firm IOActive successfully conducted a ransomware attack on a SoftBank Robotics robot.
Global business leaders sound off on tariffs
From Larry Summers to Mario Draghi, financial leaders are voicing concerns about President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs.
Adam Silver on paying college athletes
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver sits down with CNNMoney's Ahiza Garcia to talk about the pros and cons of paying college athletes, and responds to LaVar Ball's idea for a new league that would...
See three of the most exciting cars from Geneva Motor Show
From Aston Martin's all-electric Lagonda concept car to a new Toyota Supra racing concept car, this year's Geneva Motor show didn't disappoint.
US economy adds 313,000 jobs in February
The US economy added 313000 jobs in February. That was much stronger than economists expected and the biggest gain since July 2016. The unemployment rate stayed at 4.1%, the lowest in 17 years.
Happy 9th birthday, bull market!
The bull market is the second longest and second strongest in history. CNNMoney's Christine Romans explains the obstacles it faces now to continue its epic climb.
Amazon's Alexa is laughing at users and creeping the...
It's quiet in the house, then you hear a disembodied woman's laugh. That's Amazon's Alexa voice assistant malfunctioning in a profoundly creepy way.
McLaren launches million-dollar supercar: Senna
At the Geneva Motor Show, McLaren unveiled its million-dollar, street-legal supercar Senna. It's named after McLaren Formula One driver Ayrton Senna, who died tragically in an accident at the...
Here's how Uber's self-driving trucks make deli...
Uber has begun using self-driving trucks to haul freight on Arizona's highways.
Jaguar electric SUV I-Pace takes on Tesla
At the Geneva Motor Show, Jaguar has unveiled its all-electric SUV: I-Pace. With Tesla cornering the electric SUV market, the I-Pace is released just as Audi and Hyundai introduce their own...
Flipboard CEO: Tech companies should act like media compa...
Flipboard co-founder and CEO Mike McCue tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall about the platform's new truth-focused brand campaign and why tech companies like Facebook should take ethics cues from...
Can Grove make financial planning appealing to millennials?
Grove founder Chris Hutchins tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall why he believes traditional financial planners are outdated and why Grove can appeal to a new generation.
Nokia is bringing back the banana phone
The Nokia 8110 gets a few new tech upgrades in its relaunch -- but don't expect it to replace your smartphone.
Drones model purses at Dolce & Gabbana fashion show
At a Dolce & Gabbana show during Milan Fashion Week, a fleet of drones carried purses along the runway.
Samsung unveils the Galaxy S9
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung has unveiled its latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S9 and S9+.
These are the companies Amazon owns
Amazon is the world's largest online retailer, but it's much more than just Amazon.com.
Snapchat stock loses $1.3 billion after Kylie Jenner tweet
Kylie Jenner's tweet about Snapchat's redesign sent the company's stock tumbling Thursday. The update has been under fire from users who dislike the new layout.
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