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  • Zuckerberg in rare emotional moment 

    In an interview with CNN's Laurie Segall, Mark Zuckerberg gets emotional when talking about building Facebook into something that his daughters will be proud of him for.

  • CNN Exclusive: Zuckerberg apologizes 

    In an exclusive interview with CNN's Laurie Segall, Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for how his company handled the Cambridge Analytica debacle.

  • Zuckerberg: 'Happy' to testify before Congress 

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall that he would testify before Congress if he felt it was appropriate.

  • Zuckerberg says he's open to testifying before Congress 

    In an interview with CNN's Laurie Segall, Mark Zuckerberg apologized for the data debacle that has upended Facebook and left the door open to testifying before Congress.

  • Zuckerberg: 'I'm sure someone's trying' to disrupt 2018 midterm elections 

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg talks to CNN Senior Tech Correspondent Laurie Segall about what Facebook is doing to prevent meddling in the 2018 midterm elections.

  • Zuckerberg: 'I'm really sorry that this happened' 

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg tells CNN Senior Tech Correspondent Laurie Segall he's sorry about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

  • Mark Zuckerberg: This was a breach of trust 

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the Cambridge Analytica data scandal in a post.

  • Fox News analyst denounces network as 'propaganda machine' 

    Longtime Fox News analyst Ralph Peters sharply criticized the network in an internal email announcing his exit from the company.

  • This robotic fish spies on real fish 

    Scientists at MIT developed a robotic fish with a built-in camera to monitor other marine life.

  • Starbucks CEO: We've reached pay equity in the US 

    Starbucks has reached gender and race pay equity among all US employees in similar roles. Maggie Lake sits down with CEO Kevin Johnson to discuss the announcement.

  • Sydney's Central Park: Redefining high-density living 

    Sydney's newest landmark is a mixed-use development called Central Park. The award-winning complex boasts one of the world's tallest vertical gardens.

  • Why Trump's tax cuts could backfire 

    The Federal Reserve is trying to cool off the U.S. economy at the same time the new tax law could cause it to overheat.

  • Scientist: Didn't know data used to target voters 

    The data scientist, Aleksandr Kogan, who gathered info on millions of Americans for Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data firm that worked for Trump's presidential campaign, says he didn't know what they would do with the Facebook user data he collected.

  • Cambridge Analytica CEO: I met Trump 'many times' 

    In undercover footage filmed by British broadcaster Channel 4, Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix talks about the company's relationship with the Trump campaign. See full report at

  • Zuckerberg's mentor: Crisis could destroy Facebook 

    Facebook is confronting a crisis of public trust "that is going to destroy the company," says Mark Zuckerberg's former mentor, the venture capitalist Roger McNamee.

  • 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?

  • Data researcher touted controversial techniques in lecture 

    The researcher at the center of the Cambridge Analytica data-mining scandal touted controversial techniques at a lecture four years ago in Russia, despite downplaying the methods in an email to colleagues after his work attracted international scrutiny.

  • 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.

  • Cambridge Analytica responds to Channel 4 accusations 

    Cambridge Analytica is defending itself after British Broadcaster Channel 4 aired undercover videos showing executives from the firm discussing ways to potentially entrap candidates. See full report at

  • 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.

  • Controversial data firm under scrutiny 

    CNN's Isa Soares reports on Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data firm that worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

  • Whistleblower: Facebook acted when I spoke out 

    Christopher Wylie, former research director at Cambridge Analytica, speaks with CNN's Don Lemon about possibly participating in an audit administered by Facebook, despite not knowing what the audit would entail.

  • Whistleblower: I regret my role at Cambridge 

    Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie says he feels regret over his work at the company.

  • Whistleblower: We tested Trump slogans in 2014 

    Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie says the company tested Trump slogans such as "drain the swamp" and "deep state" as early as 2014, before Trump announced a presidential run.

  • Christopher Wylie: I don't want to set up a rival Cambridge Analytica 

    Former Cambridge Analytica contractor Christopher Wylie told CNN's Hala Gorani he was frustrated when Facebook suspended his account.

  • Whistleblower: It's my duty to tell people 

    CNN's Don Lemon sits down with Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie.

  • Hugh Jackman's advice for starting a business: 'Give it 5 years' 

    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 and what he's learned from failure.

  • Cambridge Analytica scientist says he'd testify before Congress 

    The data scientist who gathered information on millions of Americans for Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data firm that worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign, says he would be willing to testify before Congress and speak to the FBI about the work he did for the company. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

  • Uber's deadly self-driving car crash caught on camera 

    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 
    Watch this home be 3D printed(01:19)Mar 19 2018

    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 and will soon begin building homes in underserved areas.

  • Facebook suspends data firm with Trump ties 

    Facebook has announced it is suspending Cambridge Analytica, a data firm with ties to President Donald Trump's campaign, over concerns about violations of the social media site's policies.

  • Ben Shapiro talks media bias and gun control 

    Ben Shapiro, editor in chief of The Daily Wire, tells Brian Stelter why conservatives feel coverage of guns is tilted against them. Shapiro and Stelter also discuss the purpose of media criticism more generally.

  • Charlottesville witness suing Alex Jones 

    Brennan Gilmore, joined by his lawyer Andrew Mendrala, tells Brian Stelter why he is suing Infowars and Alex Jones for peddling a conspiracy theory about him.

  • The TV to White House pipeline 
    The TV to White House pipeline(03:00)Mar 18 2018

    With President Trump treating TV appearances as audition tapes, Alicia Menendez and Jeff Greenfield join Brian Stelter to analyze how hiring from networks like Fox News benefits Trump.

  • Is Stormy Daniels more media savvy than Trump? 

    Is adult film star Stormy Daniels beating the president at his own media game? Jeff Greenfield and Alicia Menendez discuss how Daniels has kept her case in the news spotlight ahead of her "60 Minutes" interview on March 25.

  • Bernstein's advice to press: 'Stay reportorial' 

    Carl Bernstein urges reporters to separate facts from speculation while covering Trump. "The reportorial fact is this president lies," he says. "Why do we have any reason to believe that he is not lying about the Russia investigation and what's underneath it?"

  • Trump takes on Mueller in tweetstorm 

    Jeff Greenfield and Alicia Menendez discuss the divergent narratives about the Trump administration and Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation. Greenfield says "it's Groundhog Day."

  • Comey's book is already a best seller 

    James Comey's book "A Higher Loyalty" doesn't come out until April 17, but it is already showing up on Amazon and B&N's lists of best selling books. Brian Stelter says Trump's anti-Comey tweet gave a boost to Comey's book sales.

  • 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.

  • Will South Africa clean house? 
    Will South Africa clean house?(05:16)Mar 17 2018

    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 about change?

  • Dog reunited with owners after Japan detour 

    A dog named Irgo has been reunited with his family, after accidentally being flown to Japan by United Airlines.

  • 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.

  • How this skincare brand got noticed in a crowded market 

    Singaporean Nicolas Travis started a skincare line after "frustrating" bouts of acne. Allies of Skin is now stocked by retailers in 12 countries, with e-commerce dominating over 50% of sales.

  • Rihanna slams Snapchat for mocking her assault 

    Rihanna responds to Snapchat's apology for an advertisement that appeared to mock her domestic violence incident with her former boyfriend, Chris Brown.

  • 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 make your office safer.

  • 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 sales fared during last year's NFL ratings drop.

  • For dogs, United can be deadly 
    For dogs, United can be deadly(02:27)Mar 15 2018

    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.

  • A Personal, Powerful Profitable Moment 

    Richard kicks of #MyFreedomDay with a powerful and personal Profitable Moment on what freedom means to him.

  • 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.