Is there a chance Jeff Zucker could jump from one iconic media brand, CNN, to another, ESPN?
When In Touch Weekly published an interview this week with a porn actress who claimed to have had a sexual relationship with Donald Trump, it created another firestorm for the White House to put out.
Twitter will inform nearly 700,000 people in the U.S. that they either followed a Kremlin-linked troll account, or retweeted or liked a tweet sent by one of the accounts, the social media company said Friday.
The social network is surveying users to find out what outlets they trust to help decide rankings.
Huffington's company, Thrive Global, has launched an app that helps you disconnect by muting notifications and responding to text messages on your behalf.
The Federal Reserve's regulatory czar, Randal Quarles, laid out a road map that could relax regulations on Wall Street banks.
President Trump's son will host the early buyers of new Trump Towers apartments in India at a meeting in New York City.
Tide Pods upended the laundry business, but now they're drawing attention for an unexpected purpose: People are eating them.
Thousands of the world's richest and most powerful people are preparing for a pilgrimage to Davos. Why are they going?
The airline is implementing new regulations for people who carry service pets on flights.
There were Tweets attacking the media, new nicknames for his adversaries, fiery statements that shaped politics -- and then there was "covfefe." Brian Stelter examines the trends and pitfalls of the President's Twitter habit.
A deepening cash crisis caused GE's stock to dive 13% this week.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey unveils the company's plan to recycle the plastic equivalent of every bottle they put out into the world by 2030. He also responds to environmental critics who say the company still isn't doing enough.
The newsroom employees of the Los Angeles Times have voted to form a union for the first time ever amid growing turmoil at the storied paper.
The shutdown of 2013 cost the economy an estimated $20 billion and led to layoffs of hundreds of thousands of workers. As another shutdown looms, a look back on the impact of the last one.
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission charges bitcoin traders with fraud, as feds ramp up focus on cryptocurrency markets.
Nine members of a reality TV production crew were arrested Thursday at Newark International Airport after allegedly trying to sneak an "inert device" through security.
Take a look back at some of the major moments from Trump's inauguration through to 2018's immigration debate.
Schlumberger takes a writedown of almost $1 billion as the crisis in Venezuela gets worse.
The rally in stocks has been stunning. But now, are you wondering if it's time to get out? Or maybe you want to put more money in. CNNMoney's Christine Romans breaks down how to approach your portfolio.
Amazon has announced its list of 20 cities that are finalists to host its second headquarters. But who will -- and who should -- win?
Nintendo Labo lets users amplify their gaming experience with a DIY cardboard kit. Kids can turn their Nintendo Switch into a piano, robot, a bird, and more.
Two new funds invest in companies that use blockchain technology -- even as the SEC cracks down on bitcoin. These funds are betting on bigger, more stable companies, like IBM and Intel.
From killing NAFTA to a freakout in the bond market, there are plenty of threats lurking beneath the surface of the booming stock market.
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All 55 African countries are expected to back a Continental Free Trade Area in March. Free trade in goods and services could follow by the end of the year.
Though many popular budgeting programs are set up to help you allocate your money by the month, you'll gain greater control by budgeting weekly.
Three of Amazon's 20 finalists for its second headquarters are in the Washington, D.C. region, which may have more to do with pitting each of the government against one another than anything else.
Monster has become the top energy drink maker in the United States, controlling 43% of the market.
Boston is now the favorite to land Amazon's second headquarters, according to Irish gamblng site Paddy Power.
The IEA says that "explosive" increases in U.S. oil output would push the country ahead of Saudi Arabia and put it in direct competition with top producer Russia.
German companies are tapping into a new source of talent: The hundreds of thousands of refugees who came to the country in the last few years.
Detroit, Charlotte, Birmingham and Salt Lake City were all left off the top 20 list.
Coca-Cola says it will make a concerted effort to recycle and use more environmentally friendly packaging over the next 12 years.
European countries lead the way when it comes to giving mothers paid time off.
All three Michigan-based automakers unveiled new pickup trucks in Detroit showing just how serious the competition is.
Police in the Chinese gambling hub of Macau are hunting for millions of dollars in casino chips after they were stolen -- allegedly by a croupier.
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Europe's biggest bank is coughing up cash yet again over its past misdeeds.
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