If a new tax law goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2018, it will alter how much in federal income taxes is withheld from your paychecks. But there will likely be a lag before all changes are fully reflected in your take-home pay.
The company released three free experimental apps for playing with photos and videos.
Comcast is dropping out of the running to buy a majority of 21st Century Fox, clearing the path for Disney to complete an acquisition should it choose to do so.
"Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort warns Richard Quest about getting into bitcoin.
Saudi Arabia lifts its 35-year old ban on movies. AMC Chief Executive Adam Aron talks to Richard Quest about the huge potential market and the company's plans for expanding in the Kingdom.
bitFlyer is the world's biggest bitcoin exchange by volume. After success in Japan, bitFlyer U.S. COO eyes the U.S. as its next market ripe for expansion.
Shazam! Apple snaps up the music app for $400 million but what does it want from Shazam?
SpaceX is launching barley for a Budweiser-backed experiment.
"A vote for me is a vote against the no-good media" is the message. It echoes President Trump's appeal to his base -- and it could be a preview of a midterm election strategy for Republicans.
Carriers raked in $1.2 billion between July and September, according to the Department of Transportation.
Former President Obama thanked those helping Americans enroll in Obamacare. He then took to Twitter and Facebook to remind people that the deadline to sign up is Dec. 15.
Soylent cofounder Rob Rhinehart announced on Monday he is stepping down as CEO. Rhinehart will stay on as executive chairman.
The New Yorker has parted ways with its Washington correspondent, Ryan Lizza, following a review of what it called "improper sexual conduct."
Europe's five biggest economies have warned the Trump administration that its tax plan may violate international trade rules.
Celebrity chef Mario Batali has announced he will step down from the day-to-day operations of his businesses after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct.
Munchee stops initial coin offering after receiving cease-and-desist order from federal regulators.
More companies are starting to approve the use of ephemeral messaging apps for internal communications.
Treasury released a short memo claiming the GOP tax plan would be paid for through growth from tax reform and the rest of the White House economic agenda.
Apple confirmed that it is acquiring music recognition app Shazam. CNN's Samuel Burke reports.
Twitter is hosting a panel of women leaders at CES in response to the show's all-male keynote speaker lineup.
Apple confirmed it is buying Shazam, a music recognition service that became an early favorite application of the smartphone era.
A stalemate in Congress over funding of the Children's Health Insurance Program, known as CHIP, has parents worried their children will lose their health coverage next year.
Lawmakers are still working to come up with a new federal tax code, and the labor market is booming -- so why aren't wages?
Microsoft's cloud business is booming. And that's why one analyst thinks that Microsoft's market value could top the trillion dollar level within the next few years.
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely talks about the three biggest money problems we have and how to short-circuit our bad habits so we spend and save smarter.
The chief executive of Volkswagen says Germany should reduce subsidies for diesel cars and ban heavily polluting vehicles from its city centers.
DACA is set to expire in less than three months. Here are four bills gaining traction that could replace DACA.
The celebrity chef is taking leave from his restaurants and television show after a report about alleged misconduct.
Cboe Global Markets CEO Ed Tilly speaks with CNN's Maggie Lake about the launch of bitcoin futures.
The start of trading in bitcoin futures suggests the rally in bitcoin prices still has some ways to go.
Naomi Gleit, VP of Social Good at Facebook, discusses the steps Facebook is taking to prevent Russian meddling in U.S. politics and elections. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow, "We take this really seriously."
A Japanese cruise operator is teaming up with a Finnish shipbuilder to build the world's greenest cruise ship.
American Express is dropping requirement that merchants get customers using the card sign for a purchase, saying it's no longer needed for fraud prevention.
Verizon signed a new multi-year agreement with the NFL to carry football games on mobile phones.
Nearly a month after Leonardo da Vinci's 'Salvator Mundi' broke auction records, the buyer has come forward.
Federal funding ran out in September for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and despite bipartisan support in the past, Congress has yet to pass the reauthorization. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Sheryl Sandberg isn't the only Facebook executive speaking out about the state of female leadership in the U.S.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said that she hasn't made a decision yet about whether or not she will vote for the the Republican tax reform plan.
Movie theaters will open their doors in Saudi Arabia for the first time in over 35 years.
Dairy group Lactalis has been ordered by French authorities to stop selling hundreds of its baby formula products around the world after a salmonella outbreak.
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