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Monday, July 24, 2017

'Made in Germany' or 'Made in Collusion?'

BMW, Volkswagen, Daimler, Audi and Porsche are under investigation for possibly working together like a cartel since the 1990s. Germany's Member of the European Parliament Hans-Olaf Henkel, himself the former IBM Germany CEO as well as former Director of the BDI (Federation of German Industry) discusses if this is just a civil violation or also a criminal one.

Published 10:52 PM

Ryanair departing Britain over Brexit?

Despite posting a 55% rise in quarterly profits, Europe's biggest airline threatens to pull its planes out of Britain if no Brexit deal is put in place. Ryanair's Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs talks to RIchard Quest on 'Quest Express."

Published 10:47 PM

Big business: Health care bill compromises America's workforce

Congressional leaders should find a way to improve our health care system without shifting health care costs to businesses and their employees and compromising the health of the American workforce, says David Lansky President & CEO Pacific Business Group on Health.

Published 10:06 PM

$274M wind farm floating off Scotland

A five turbine floating wind farm in Scotland, capable of powering 20,000 homes, is underway for completion at the end of the year.

Published 7:19 PM

Scaramucci says 'TV cameras are back on' at White House briefings

After weeks of darkness, the cameras will roll once again in the White House press briefing room.

Published 5:11 PM

Mac malware caught silently spying on computer users

Its purpose appears to be spying on users.

Published 5:05 PM

Microsoft Paint: A retrospective

After 32 years as a fixture of the Windows operating system, Microsoft may stop supporting the application Paint.

Published 4:53 PM

Google profits take a hit from antitrust fine

Google posted a rare profit decline on Monday as it absorbed the cost of a record antitrust fine.

Published 4:19 PM

How families are paying for college -- and why home prices could jump

Here's your guide to paying for college, as well as new tips for saving and spending your money.

Published 3:28 PM

Europe to U.S.: Your new Russia sanctions would hurt us too

Europe is fighting mad over the possibility of new U.S. sanctions targeting Russia. The EU has even hinted at retaliation.

Published 2:29 PM

What we've learned about Ivanka Trump's finances

A financial disclosure form submitted by Ivanka Trump was released for the first time on Friday. These are the highlights.

Published 2:16 PM

OJ, Netflix and 'Dunkirk': Your summer guide to media and entertainment

Is the news out of the Trump White House giving us all FOMO and making it impossible for other stories to be in the spotlight? CNN media reporters Oliver Darcy and Frank Pallotta talked about that with Brian Stelter in this week's Reliable Sources podcast.

Published 1:27 PM

Uber's Southeast Asia rival Grab gets $2 billion stronger

Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-hailing behemoth that pushed Uber out of China, is further bankrolling its Southeast Asia competitor, Grab.

Published 1:00 PM

Why the New York Times wants an apology from Fox News

The New York Times says Fox News hasn't addressed its "sheer hypocrisy" after the network aired a report suggesting the paper had inadvertently helped ISIS' leader.

Published 12:53 PM

Microsoft Paint could get erased after 32 years

Microsoft's Paint application may be absent from the company's Windows 10 update

Published 11:25 AM

Smog-eating tower cleans Beijing's air

The Smog Free Tower uses ion technology to attract and capture small pollution particles and then releases newly purified air.

Published 11:07 AM

How tax reform could change your 401(k) tax break

Several people in the retirement savings industry fear that lawmakers will choose to "Rothify" some or all of employees' 401(k) contributions.

Published 10:45 AM

Does the American Dream no longer include homeownership?

More Americans are renting than at any time since 1965.

Published 10:41 AM

How to ask your future boss for more money

Here's how to ask for the salary you want.

Published 9:47 AM

Britain's chocolates are shrinking: 2,500 products hit by 'shrinkflation'

More than 2,500 products sold in Britain have shrunk in size -- but not price -- since January 2012, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Published 9:02 AM

Layoffs begin at factory Trump helped save

Donald Trump helped convince Carrier not to move its Indianapolis furnace plant to Mexico, but now the company is eliminating hundreds of jobs. CNN's Martin Savidge has the story.

Published 8:33 AM

Mixed messages from White House on Russia sanctions

A day after congressional negotiators announced an agreement on a Russian sanctions bill, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the administration was on board. However, Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said President Donald Trump was still considering it.

Published 8:16 AM

WebMD bought for $2.8 billion

KKR buying WebMD in $2.8 billion deal.

Published 8:15 AM

South Korea willing to help North Korea during drought

South Korea offers to help North Korea as it struggles with "the worst drought in 100 years." CNN's Kathy Novak reports.

Published 7:39 AM

Ryanair says it may move fleet out of U.K. over Brexit

Europe's largest airline says it may have to move its entire U.K. fleet out of the country if it doesn't get clarity on Brexit by next fall.

Published 6:56 AM

North Korea cancels annual beer festival, tour firms say

Beijing-based Koryo Tours says severe drought is the most likely reason for North Korea canceling its annual beer festival after just one year.

Published 6:50 AM

German automakers in trouble; Earnings flow; Airline warning

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Published 5:31 AM

'Made in Germany' faces new test as antitrust claims are leveled at automakers

Still struggling to put "dieselgate" behind them, German carmakers now face claims they are one big cartel.

Published 12:11 AM