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CNN anchor Chris Cuomo diagnosed with coronavirus; he will continue working from home

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo addressed the news that his brother and CNN anchor Chris Cuomo tested positive for coronavirus saying "there is a lesson in this."

It will be a devastating week for the US economy. There is no playbook -- and stimulus must come fast

CNN Business' Christine Romans explains the government and private options available to those struggling to make mortgage or rent payments during the coronavirus pandemic.

The coronavirus pandemic could push 11 million people in Asia into poverty, World Bank warns

US crude dipped below $20 a barrel as the coronavirus continues to hurt energy demand. CNN's John Defterios reports.

Workers on the front lines risk their health to give America essential goods

Delivery workers and grocers, deemed critical by the government, risk exposure during the coronavirus pandemic. Companies like UPS and FreshDirect say they are following CDC and WHO guidelines for social distancing and hygiene protocols. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports.

As coronavirus death toll rises, Trump focuses on a different set of numbers: TV ratings

Brian Stelter looks at the commonalities among newspapers across America "from Honolulu to Waterloo, Tuscaloosa to Chattanooga." He says front page stories show the rapid spread of Covid-19 and how communities are mobilizing in response. The front pages are focused on the heroism of health care workers, not comments made by politicians.

Global stocks lose momentum after a three-day rally on Wall Street

From ancient times to the modern day, gold has been an enduring symbol of wealth. That's why when markets go haywire, many investors turn to gold as a safe haven. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

FDIC calls on Newsmax to stop publishing and correct 'misleading ads' from precious metals trader

Coronavirus has put the US economy on pause. CNN's Christine Romans explains the resulting economic chaos. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Bill Ackman: Shut down the economy for a month

CNN Business' Christine Romans explains the difference between a recession and a depression, and the likelihood of the first depression since 1929. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

This Michelin-starred restaurant was closed by coronavirus. Now it's feeding vulnerable people

As the number of Americans filing for unemployment rises to 3.3 million, business owners open up about their struggles trying to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

Why Walmart is seeing a rise in sales for tops, but not bottoms during the coronavirus crisis

CNN's Anna Stewart has the tips you need to work from your new office -- whether it's your kitchen or your couch -- while in lockdown. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Coronavirus is crushing New York City's bar scene and its workers

When New York City shut down bars and restaurants to control the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of thousands of workers and freelancers lost their incomes. Hear their stories. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Crocs donating its shoes to healthcare workers

Dr. Rodrigo Kong and Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo react to a photo of New York City nurses using garbage bags as personal protective equipment.

The $2 trillion stimulus will slam the mortgage industry -- unless the Fed comes to the rescue

A record number of Americans filed for their first week of unemployment benefits, as businesses shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Christine Romans reports.

Why CEOs are giving up their salaries during the coronavirus crisis

CNN's Brian Todd reports on how much money you could get from the $2 trillion stimulus package passed by the Senate that could provide a jolt to an economy reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.

Ariel Emanuel restructures Endeavor to 'protect the business' amid coronavirus crisis

Lawmakers reached a deal on a $2-trillion stimulus bill to support America's economy amid the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Christine Romans explains how it will help unemployed Americans and small businesses.

A $2 trillion boost from Congress is a good start. Expect more

CNN's Julia Chatterley previews the $2 trillion stimulus bill struck by the White House and Senate in a historic deal to help the economy during the Covid-19 pandemic.

How the Fox News presidency has politicized a national health crisis

President Donald Trump said he wants the nation "opened up and just raring to go by Easter." Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci gives his take at the coronavirus task force briefing.

Fox News anchors fail to challenge Trump as he misleads during coronavirus town hall

President Donald Trump appeared on a Fox News town hall, where he made inaccurate statements about the coronavirus. CNN's Daniel Dale fact-checks the President's claims.

There's a simple way Apple and other companies can help the economy

The former Democratic candidate says the government must not bail out stock holders at the expense of working people.

Ford is working with 3M and GE to make respirators and ventilators

James Hackett, president and CEO of Ford, says in order to scale up production, the company is coordinating with other businesses to make ventilators needed in the fight against coronavirus.

Millions of gig economy workers need help now to make coronavirus lockdowns work

The UK is banning people from leaving their homes apart from for a few "very limited" reasons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced, as he imposed the most stringent restrictions seen in Britain since the end of World War II.

What postponing the Summer Olympics means for NBC

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics have officially been postponed to no "later than summer 2021" due to the fallout from the global coronavirus pandemic. The decision affects Japan in more ways than one.

Fox News hosts eye shutdown end as Trump says 'cure' can't be worse than 'problem'

Former Fox News contributor Julie Roginsky tells CNN's Brian Stelter that the network is continuing "to put people at risk" by downplaying the risks of the coronavirus pandemic.

Fed takes emergency action to stave off a depression

James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, discusses the Federal Reserve's "planned temporary shutdown of the US economy" in response to the coronavirus crisis.

Global markets sink despite Fed's promise of unlimited support for the economy

After a Senate vote failed to advance a stimulus relief package, CNN's Christine Romans discusses the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the economy and workers who are facing massive layoffs.

The US is running two races against coronavirus. It has to win both

AT&T chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells Brian Stelter that America's investments in communication infrastructure are paying off "during a time of national crisis like this." In an interview with Brian Stelter, he likens this crisis to World War II and says that "everybody needs to step up and do their part." AT&T owns CNN, and Stephenson says the press is a "vital" part of the response to the pandemic.

How America can fight back in the oil war with Russia and Saudi Arabia

CNN's John Defterios breaks down how the Unites States, Russia and Saudi Arabia are dealing with the collapse of oil prices.

Hair salons, tattoo parlors and other beauty shops ordered to close indefinitely in four states

All workers in non-essential businesses across New York state are required to stay home in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference.

NBC News staffers fire back at Trump, call his attack on reporter 'outrageous' and 'absolutely nuts'

President Trump gets into a heated exchange after NBC reporter Peter Alexander asks him what he wants to say to scared Americans during a coronavirus press briefing.

Coming soon: At least $1.7 trillion in government stimulus to help sick economies

Weekly jobless claims in the United States spiked as the coronavirus pandemic is costing many people their jobs. CNN's Christine Romans says it's moved from a "stock market crash to a job market crash."

Is the worst over for markets? Wall Street can't decide

Small business owners, food truck chefs and more. Hear from workers who are struggling to make ends meet in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Trump in crisis mode uses Hannity interview to attack the media and Democratic governors

Some Fox News hosts have accused other media outlets of politicizing coronavirus and creating unnecessary panic. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Coronavirus has plunged the world into a recession, according to S&P

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, CNN Business' Christine Romans explains why a recession is a real possibility. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

European stocks falter as bounce on Wall Street fades

When stocks fall 20% from recent highs, it's officially a bear market. CNN Business' Christine Romans examines how bears have fared on Wall Street historically. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Movie theater stocks soar after industry asks Congress for government aid

Hollywood studios are postponing releases and halting production of major franchise movies like "The Matrix 4," "The Batman" and "Mission Impossible 7." Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

How the Fox News presidency has politicized a national health crisis

From previously downplaying risks and accusing the media of fearmongering, Fox News has taken a very different tone towards the coronavirus in recent days. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

This small island chain is leading the way on hydrogen power

The Orkney islands in far northern Scotland use excess wind power to produce the zero carbon fuel.

Governments are pumping trillions into their economies. But some people could still be left out

Small businesses in Spain are feeling the effects of an economy shutdown over coronavirus concerns. CNN's Al Goodman reports from one neighborhood in Madrid.

Bed Bath & Beyond, under pressure from employees, will temporarily close more than half its stores

Bed Bath & Beyond is in dire straits: sales have tumbled and it has failed to keep up with other retailers online. But can it turn things around?

These grocery store chains have special hours for older Americans

President and CEO of Land O'Lakes Beth Ford says food production in the US is sound but warns of distribution issues.

Goldman Sachs predicts 2.25 million Americans filed initial unemployment claims this week, the highest on record

Former White House economist Kevin Hassett tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that the coronavirus could spark another Great Depression. He also says the April jobs report will be "the worst jobs number you ever saw."

US stocks set to tumble again: March 19, 2020

The New York Stock Exchange is closing its trading floor amid the coronavirus pandemic, however the market will stay open through electronic trading. CNN's Richard Quest has the details.

GM, Ford and other automakers to halt production in the US

CNN's John Avlon shows how bad actors are exploiting novel coronavirus fears with scams and conspiracy theories, and offers advice on how to stay smart during the pandemic.

European brewers and distillers switch production from booze to hand sanitizer

It's become a familiar sight around the world: empty pharmacy shelves. Boots, the largest UK pharmacy chain, says the demand is unlike anything they've ever seen. CNN's Nina dos Santos has the latest.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta urges Americans to stay home: 'We're in this together'

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Jake Tapper discuss what you should be doing to make sure you don't contract or spread novel coronavirus. Dr. Gupta recommends that you act like you have the virus to help you take proper measures.

Restaurant shutdowns are putting millions of jobs at risk, according to new report

Health care and consumer industry groups are worried the supply chain could break down as more Americans stay home or fall ill, leaving fewer workers able to make, process, pack and deliver. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Disney postpones Marvel's 'Black Widow' because of the coronavirus outbreak

Director for the National Institue of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci explains how long it might take for the public know if the efforts to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic are having an effect.

European countries are writing blank checks to save their economies from coronavirus

CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich talks to small business owners who are suffering from the economic fallout of coronavirus.

Some grocery stores are offering 'elderly hours' to help protect older shoppers

CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks to a woman whose actions went viral after she stopped to help a tearful elderly couple grocery shop.

ESPN shares what it plans to air instead of sports

Tom Brady, widely regarded as the greatest quarterback in history, has said he will not be re-signing with the New England Patriots, ending one of the most successful partnerships in sports.

US airline industry seeks about $50 billion in federal help

US airlines are requesting an aid package from the federal government that could amount to about $50 billion due to the coronavirus, according to industry group Airlines for America.

More than half of American jobs are at risk because of coronavirus

Former White House economist Kevin Hassett tells CNN's Poppy Harlow "odds of a global recession are close to 100% right now."

Asia stocks swing while US futures climb after Monday's historic declines

NYSE President Stacey Cunningham says they have the ability to shut the trading floor if necessary but have put precautions in place to keep traders and workers safe.

Goldman Sachs warns US stocks could plunge another 16% before rapidly recovering

Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian argues the Fed should have focused on relieving market failures.

Kroger, Publix and other grocery stores are changing hours to clean and cope with shopping frenzies

Financial expert Ted Jenkin says people should stock up on financial reserves rather than food and toiletries during the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Delta announces its biggest flight capacity cuts in history -- even deeper than after 9/11

Delta Air Lines announced that due to the coronavirus, it is facing worse conditions and making deeper cuts than after the 9/11 terror attacks. CNN's Kylie Atwood has the details.

It took three years, but here's how she got 14,000 McDonald's stores to switch to fresh beef

When McDonald's switched from frozen beef to fresh for its classic Quarter Pounder, the stakes were high. CNN Business' Rachel Crane sits down with the company's Chief Supply Chain Officer, Marion Gross, tasked with leading the change.

Poof. A huge chunk of stock market gains under Trump are gone

CNN's Alison Kosik speaks to Jake Tapper about the second massive Dow drop this week as a result of coronavirus.

Global stocks pull back from the edge after historic sell-off

President Trump failed to calm investors after his primetime address on coronavirus. CNN's Christine Romans reports.

The S&P 500 briefly dipped into bear market territory: Here's what that means

CNN's Jake Tapper speaks to Alison Kosik about the significant dow plunge on Wall Street and how the coronavirus may impact the economy.

Consumers snap up PhoneSoap to sanitize cell phones as coronavirus outbreak spreads

As financial institutions grapple with historic levels of volatility they face logistical challenges in preparing for remote work. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports.

Italy just locked down the world's 8th biggest economy. A deep recession looms

Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian tells CNN's Richard Quest that he believes countries such as Germany, South Korea, Italy and Singapore will have a recession following the coronavirus outbreak. El-Erian says the US will likely follow suit if the market disruptions continue.

Fiat Chrysler closes four plants as Italy fights coronavirus with lockdown

Italy has imposed nationwide restrictions on 60 million residents as the number of coronavirus cases in the country continues to climb.

Dow futures plunge but European stocks get boost from emergency UK rate cut

CNN's Alison Kosik explains the stock market rebound after Monday brought historic losses. The Dow fluctuated more than 1,300 points between its lowest and highest levels before closing near the session's high.

McDonald's is selling a new Big Mac with four patties

CNN Business looks at the most popular seasonal bites and why they've become fast food staples.

Why this market shock is not like 2008

The US stock market plummeted over coronavirus fears. The Dow had its worst day since 2008, tumbling more than 2,000 points after a trading halt and the biggest oil crash in nearly 30 years.

Oil crashes by most since 1991 as Saudi Arabia launches price war

Oil prices suffered an historic collapse after Saudi Arabia shocked the market by launching a price war against onetime ally Russia. CNN's John Defterios reports.

Global stocks and oil mount a recovery while Dow futures gain 500 points

This bull market run has survived a government shutdown and fiscal cliff, but fears of a global pandemic are signaling major volatility may lie ahead.

Could coronavirus shut Wall Street? Banks begin moving staff out

New York Stock Exchange President Stacey Cunningham says investors are reacting to uncertainty but "markets come back over the long term."

NY Fed pumps at least $50 billion more into the financial system to ease coronavirus stress

The New York Stock Exchange halted stock trading for 15 minutes after the S&P 500 fell 7% on Monday morning.

'SNL' mocks Fox News' coverage of the coronavirus with the help of Elizabeth Warren

The NBC variety show kicked off Saturday night's episode by having Kate McKinnon pull double duty by playing Fox News' Laura Ingraham and Sen. Warren.

Parts of financial markets are pricing in a global recession

CNN's Alison Kosik speaks to Jake Tapper about the significant drop in stocks due to coronavirus fears and the impacts it has had on the global economy.

Wall Street had its wildest week in years

The US economy added 273,000 jobs in February and the unemployment rate fell to a historically low 3.5%. The jobs survey was taken before coronavirus fears overtook Corporate America.

With no shipments from China, medical mask suppliers have to choose whom to supply

Medical suppliers are working overtime to make and distribute masks and gloves as demand skyrockets.

Good news on US jobs won't stop the stock market bleeding

The Dow suffered another brutal day, closing down more than 900 points as investors question government officials' ability to handle the coronavirus crisis.

Bloomberg News staffers breathe a sigh of relief after Mike Bloomberg drops out

Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci says he's not a "Trump-ist" and would campaign for Biden in the 2020 election.

A black female-owned company was flooded with hate speech and 1-star reviews after it was featured in a Target commercial

The Honey Pot Company, a black-owned feminine hygiene company, received thousands of offensive reviews within 24 hours after being featured on a Target ad.

OPEC unveils plan to slash production after coronavirus slams oil prices

Rising production in the United States, Norway, and Brazil is making life more complicated for the OPEC+ producers. And as the coronavirus spreads around the world, OPEC and its allies are considering emergency measures.

A black female-owned company was flooded with hate speech and 1-star reviews after it was featured in a Target commercial

The Honey Pot Company, a black-owned feminine hygiene company, received thousands of offensive reviews within 24 hours after being featured on a Target ad.

Wall Street still wants Donald Trump, but it could live with Joe Biden

Sen. Bernie Sanders, former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Michael Bloomberg spoke to supporters on Super Tuesday as the results trickled in.

Dow futures climb 500 points after Biden scores big wins on Super Tuesday

CNN projects Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will win the state of Utah and former Vice President Joe Biden will win Massachusetts.

Former CNN anchor Bobbie Battista has died at 67

Former anchor for CNN Headline News Bobbie Battista has died at the age of 67 after a four-year battle with cervical cancer.

Dow drops nearly 800 points after the Fed's surprising news about the economy

The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates by half a percentage point in the wake of concerns that the coronavirus outbreak could damage the US economy. CNN's Christine Romans reports.

Federal Reserve announces first emergency rate cut since the financial crisis

The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates by half a percentage point on Tuesday in the wake of concerns that the coronavirus outbreak could damage the US economy.

'Shark Tank' judge Barbara Corcoran gets her $400,000 back from scammers

"Shark Tank" judge Barbara Corcoran got back nearly $400,000 after it was stolen in an elaborate email scam.

Former CNN anchor Bobbie Battista dead at 67

Former anchor for CNN Headline News Bobbie Battista has died at the age of 67 after a four-year battle with cervical cancer.

Joe Biden sees an 'earned media tsunami' after a night of endorsements

Joe Biden compares the 38-year-old former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, to his late son Beau Biden in what the former vice president calls "the highest compliment I can give any man or woman."

Chris Matthews retires from MSNBC after string of recent controversies

Chris Matthews, host of the political talk show "Hardball," is retiring from MSNBC after a string of recent controversies on and off the air.

'Judge Judy' is coming to an end after 25 seasons

"Judge Judy" will end after 25 seasons, though host Judy Sheindlin will be back for a new show, "Judy Justice."

Jack Welch, former GE CEO, is dead

Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric, has died. Listen to some of his advice on leading a business and motivating those around him.

Jack Welch, former GE CEO, is dead

Former General Electric chairman and CEO Jack Welch has passed away at the age of 84.

'SNL' spoofs Mike Pence's new role leading coronavirus response

"Saturday Night Live" opened this week's episode by having the Democratic candidates interrupting Vice President Mike Pence, played by Beck Bennett, during a press conference on the coronavirus outbreak.

Trader Joe's founder Joe Coulombe dies at age 89

Trader Joe's founder Joe Coulombe opened the chain's first grocery story in 1967, today there are over 500 locations.

Stocks post worst week since the financial crisis

US stocks tumbled once again as coronavirus fears continue to mount. As the novel coronavirus continues to spread around the world, countries are scrambling to respond. Economists and investors are concerned about the outbreak's impact on economic growth and corporate earnings. CNN's Alison Kosik reports.

How Trump and his Fox News allies are infecting the public trust amid coronavirus concerns

CNN's Brian Stelter discusses how President Trump's media allies are downplaying the coronavirus.

JCPenney is closing six more stores

Everyone has heard the headlines: the retail apocalypse is here; online shopping has replaced traditional stores. But it turns out that's not what's actually going on. Here's the truth behind the headlines.

Former Trump economist: Coronavirus could 'absolutely' spark global recession if not contained

Former White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett says "you're absolutely looking at a recession" if the coronavirus is not contained.

Elon Musk's brother wants to transform farming

Kimbal Musk is expanding his urban farm start-up in a bid shake up the fresh produce industry.

Dow falls 1,191 points -- the most in history

A stock market correction, or a 10% decline from a recent high, can scare investors. CNN's Christine Romans explains why corrections are part of a healthy market.

$3.4 trillion has been wiped out of the stock market in a week

US stocks faced another sharp selloff as worries about coronavirus mounted, with the three main indexes dragged into correction territory and on track for their worst week since the financial crisis. CNN's Alison Kosik reports.

Shark Tank host loses $400,000 in a scam

"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran said she lost almost $400,000 in an email scam.

Shark Tank host loses $400,000 in a scam

"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran said she lost almost $400,000 in an email scam.

Goldman Sachs: American companies will have zero profit growth this year

Citi Private Bank's Kristen Bitterly explains why investors shouldn't panic during volatile market swings.

Dow futures sink 350 points as US officials warn of coronavirus spread

The American consumer has been a bright spot in the US economy, but the coronavirus outbreak could keep wary shoppers away from malls, restaurants and movie theaters. Some economists warn that could spark a recession.

Bob Iger steps down as Disney CEO. Bob Chapek replaces him

After 15 years as Disney CEO, Bob Iger has stepped down. He will become the executive chairman while training his successor, Bob Chapek.

The coronavirus outbreak is still rattling global markets

CNN's Melissa Bell reports from Venice, Italy, amid a spike in coronavirus cases in Italy. More than 200 cases and five deaths have been confirmed with the northern regions hardest hit.

Burger King debuts a french fry sandwich and Wendy's isn't impressed

From turning it into a "ghost" to turning it upside down, Burger King loves to stir up press by changing its signature Whopper.

Beijing expels three Wall Street Journal reporters

John Avlon and BuzzFeed News correspondent Megha Rajagopalan discuss censorship efforts in China amid the coronavirus outbreak, and how those may have contributed to the expansion of the outbreak. Rajagopalan was forced out of the country in 2018 while covering Uyghur surveillance and detention in China, a beat she shared with the three Wall Street Journal reporters who were recently expelled.

Sanders campaign prods media outlets: 'What are they missing about Bernie's appeal?'

New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz unpacks the evolving definition of a "meme," exploring how they have been and may be weaponized to achieve political ends in the 2020 election, in some cases by the politicians themselves.

Bridal gowns could be in short supply for wedding season because of coronavirus

Thanks to delays in shipments from China, many wedding dress sellers are seeing long delays in bridal gown orders.

Richard Branson launches his luxury, adults-only cruise ship

With voyage fares ranging from $1,600 to $19,000, Branson's new cruise line, Virgin Voyages, is set to tour the Caribbean starting in April 2020.

Zillow is buying houses now — and losing lots of money in the process

The homebuying process can feel antiquated. Zillow wants to change that. Zillow CEO Rich Barton tells CNN Business' Rachel Crane why the company is now buying, renovating, and selling homes.

Victoria's Secret is going private. It's only worth $1.1 billion

As Victoria's Secret struggles to lure new customers, online bra sellers like ThirdLove are using tech and data to build a fanbase.

The Dow and Nasdaq are approaching big milestones. Is it too late to invest?

While many experts worry about the bull market's future, Penn Financial Group president Matt McCall explains why he thinks it has another 10 years of growth ahead.

Chipotle will give away free guacamole with launch of 'Guac Mode'. Here's the scoop

At CNN Business' live event "The Table," Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol tells Christine Romans that tech advances will help Chipotle serve good food faster.

Beijing expels three Wall Street Journal reporters

China's censorship laws are decisive and broad, and they include everything from Winnie the Pooh to the NBA.

Beijing expels three Wall Street Journal reporters

The Chinese government announced that it would revoke the press credentials of three Wall Street Journal reporters, the largest expulsion of overseas media from the country in more than three decades.

Burger King thinks moldy Whoppers will get you to buy more burgers

Burger King unveiled its new ad campaign for a preservative-free Whopper. In the campaign, the Whopper is covered in mold, decaying as it's consumed by green fungus.

More TV shows are calling New York home as demand for streaming content grows

Shows like "God Friended Me" and "Sesame Street" have both benefited from the boom in film production incentivized by tax credits in New York City. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports.

HSBC plans to cut 35,000 jobs as profit drops 33%

HSBC said it would cut around 35,000 jobs and dramatically overhaul its business after its profit plunged by a third in 2019.

Trump pardons junk bond king Michael Milken

President Trump says he is granting clemency to Michael Milken, the legendary bond king from the 1980s who served several years in prison for violating securities laws and has since become a prominent philanthropist.

Why journalists at the nation's largest newspaper chain are nervous

The revelation sent a shudder through newsrooms across the country, from the southwestern border up to the n...

Pound strengthens after parliamentary defeat leaves Brexit plan in tatters

The British pound shrugged off a dramatic vote in the UK parliament that left the government's Brexit plans ...

Ford unveils its most powerful Mustang yet

Ford unveiled the most powerful factory-produced Mustang the company has ever made at the Detroit Auto Show ...

Delta issues another warning on earnings

Delta Air Lines says the next three months could be bumpy.On Tuesday, the company forecast earnings p...

Why the market is still a good bet in 2019

Market ups and downs are going to continue in 2019. But investors who have the stomach for volatility could...

Michelle Obama's 'Becoming' has the longest run atop Amazon since 'Fifty Shades'

"Becoming" by Michelle Obama is not just one of the best-selling books of the past year — it is one of the...

PG&E will file for bankruptcy, replace CEO

Pacific Gas and Electric Co., facing billions of dollars in claims over the deadly 2018 Camp Fire, is headed to bankruptcy court.

Ford and Volkswagen partner up

Ford and Volkswagen have signed an agreement to develop commercial vans and medium-sized pickups beginning as early as 2022. CNN's Peter Valdes-Dapena reports.

Ford's new GT500 is its most powerful car ever

At the Detroit Motor Show, Ford unveiled the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 with more horsepower than can be found even in its GT supercar.

Microsoft and Walgreens join forces to take on Amazon in health care

Microsoft and Amazon, the two most valuable companies in the world, are already competing for supremacy in c...

Brexit is a nightmare for currency traders

Trying to get a handle on where the British pound is headed? Good luck with that.UK lawmakers are wid...

Ford, VW alliance may create the cars of the future

Ford and Volkswagen announced a long-anticipated plan Tuesday to build vehicles together.The automake...

Danone's getting serious about low-sugar yogurt

Danone company has spent more than a year perfecting Two Good, a new Greek yogurt from the company's Light &...

Morgan Stanley: Another market storm is coming

Enjoy the market calm for now. Morgan Stanley thinks another storm is coming.The ...

Netflix is raising its subscription prices

Netflix is raising prices in the United States as the streaming service invests heavily in new programs....

New York magazine editor Adam Moss to step down after 15 years

Adam Moss, the longtime editor-in-chief of New York magazine, will step down from his position after 15 year...

The long-awaited Toyota Supra is here

After being discontinued in 2002, the 2020 Toyota Supra will arrive in dealerships this summer with a starting price around $50,000.

John Kasich signs with CNN as senior political commentator

John Kasich's time as Ohio governor just came to an end. And his time as a CNN commentator just began....

China won't unleash 'runaway stimulus' to revive the economy

China's economic slowdown is causing alarm around the world, but President Xi Jinping's government may be wi...

The German economy just had its worst year since 2013

Germany may have dodged a recession but its economic performance in 2018 was still the weakest in five years...

Gillette's new ad isn't about shaving. It's about men in the age of #metoo

Gillette's newest advertisement isn't about shaving, or beards or personal hygiene.The company's "We ...

Facebook, fighting off skeptics, plans to invest $300 million in journalism programs

Facebook says it is making by far its biggest investment yet into struggling sectors of the news industry....

Carlos Ghosn's wife slams Japan's 'draconian' legal system

Carlos Ghosn's wife has slammed the Japanese legal system as "draconian" in a letter that says her husband h...

The Steve King rebuke is proof that solid reporting still matters

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. ...

Welcome to the Stephen Colbert primary

Iowa. New Hampshire. Donor enclaves on the coasts. And... the Ed Sullivan Theater?Yes, the home of St...

Toyota brings back the fast and sporty Supra

Toyota is seeking to once again make a name for itself among drivers looking for more than just a safe and d...

Volkswagen: Sedan market is worth fighting for

Volkswagen unveiled the 2020 Passat at the Detroit Auto Show. Scott Keogh, CEO of Volkswagen Group of America, says VW sees "opportunity" in the sedan space.

China's exports plunge; Apple supplier hit; Detroit Auto Show

1. China's economy: China's huge export industry just suffered its worst month in two years...

NBCUniversal is getting in the streaming business

NBCUniversal announced on Monday that it will launch its own streaming service in 2020, joining other legacy...

Saudi energy minister: Oil markets can 'well absorb' a slowdown

Saudi Arabia's energy minister Khalid Al Falih tells CNN's John Defterios that while he doesn't "see a big economic recession," corrective actions are "easily within our control."

The Chinese investment boom in America is over

The Chinese investment boom into America has almost completely vanished.Foreign direct investment fro...

Bitcoin is 10 years old. But it won't go mainstream until it's regulated

Bitcoin, the world's most famous cryptocurrency, just celebrated its tenth anniversary.The digital cu...

Hyundai big winner at Detroit auto show

Hyundai is the big awards winner at this year's Detroit auto show, capturing both the Car of the Year and SU...

Volkswagen will add 1,000 jobs at Tennessee plant

Volkswagen is investing $800 million in its plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, a move that will add 1,000 jobs...

The other Sears that isn't in bankruptcy

There's another Sears, with 650 stores nationwide, that isn't in bankruptcy. But it's in trouble, too....

Worried about the economy? Watch bank earnings

1. Bank earnings: As the global economic outlook darkens, American banks have an unenviable...

Media company owned by a hedge fund wants to buy Gannett

A media company led by a hedge fund is making a play to take over Gannett, one of the largest newspaper comp...

Saudi Arabia: We can 'easily' cut oil supply further if global economy stalls

Saudi Arabia's energy minister says that OPEC and its allies are prepared to quickly respond to a global eco...

China's exports just suffered their biggest decline in two years

China's huge export industry just suffered its worst month in two years but still managed to rack up a recor...

Farmers feeling the impact of the shutdown

CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks with farmer John Boyd Jr. about how the lack of government bailout money is impacting farmers.

Gannett journalists anxious amid report that Digital First Media is circling the company

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. ...

Stelter: When will the public get answers?

Brian Stelter says the first draft of history about Trump and Russia is still "woefully incomplete." With new stories about the FBI's concern that Trump was possibly a pawn of the Russians, Stelter asks, "Why are these leaks happening? What does Robert Mueller know? And how much longer will we all have to wait for answers?"

Was Megyn Kelly always doomed at NBC?

Megyn Kelly is heading to the exit at NBC. But did she ever have a chance trying to transform her Fox News persona in today's stratified media climate?

Megyn Kelly leaves NBC with all of her $69 million contract intact

Two years after she signed with the network amid much fanfare, Megyn Kelly and NBC have officially parted wa...

Starbucks' new Bali store is designed for tourists

Starbucks wants its new location to be a tourist destination.The Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary, w...

Why retailers are fleeing Fifth Avenue

Midtown Manhattan has been one of the most coveted spots in the world for fashion houses. Now, it's emptying...

2019 is the year the streaming wars get real

For cord cutters and streaming lovers, 2019 will mean two things: A raft of new streaming services will hit ...

Lionsgate lays off 25 staffers

Lionsgate, the entertainment studio which has struggled in recent years, laid off approximately 25 employees...

Hacks can cost businesses millions. Insurers may refuse to pay up

Cyberattacks are a nightmare for chief executives. To make matters worse, their insurers may refuse to pay u...

Bud Light packages will now show nutritional information

Bud Light wants to win over calorie-conscious beer drinkers.Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Budweiser, M...

Peter Thiel-backed pot stock Tilray surges

Canadian cannabis company Tilray soared Friday after Privateer Holdings, the investment firm backed by Peter...

Volkswagen sold over 10 million cars last year. Only 1% were electrified

Volkswagen sold a record 10.8 million cars in 2018. Only 100,000 were electrified.The annual sales fi...

Why Wall Street turned its back on junk bonds

The junk bond market, one of the biggest beneficiaries of easy money, has screeched to a halt.No US h...

Why a wacky discount store is buying up the remains of Toys 'R' Us

You may have never heard of Ollie's Bargain Outlet. But this eccentric discount chain wants to open hundreds...

National Enquirer takes aim at Bezos' divorce

Billionaire and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos finds himself the target of The National Enquirer, which has developed a reputation for going after President Donald Trump's enemies. CNN's Jason Carroll takes a closer look.

GM raises its profit forecast, stock jumps

General Motors expects better times ahead after announcing it would close three US factories this year....

Carlos Ghosn has been charged again and faces months in jail awaiting trial

Carlos Ghosn could spend the next year in a Tokyo jail awaiting trial after he was indicted for the second t...

Oil price rally; Carlos Ghosn indicted again; Fed worries

1. Oil spike: US crude futures climbed 0.9% on Friday to above $53 per barrel, putting the ...

Carlos Ghosn's wife is worried about her husband's health in 'harsh conditions'

Carlos Ghosn's wife says she is "fearful and very worried" for the auto executive's health after he develope...

'Rowing with the current:' Hulu's CEO on the future of streaming TV services

Hulu's increasing investments in programming will include some fresh bets on news and documentary content, H...

Sizing up the shutdown news coverage at the 20-day mark

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. ...

How the shutdown could affect the January jobs report

Regardless of how well the American economy is doing, the January jobs report might be ugly.If the go...

Taco Bell will test a vegetarian menu

Taco Bell wants to help vegans and vegetarians eat at Taco Bell.The chain said on Thursday that it wi...

Macy's stock has its worst day in history

American stores had a great holiday. So why are their stocks getting killed?Macy's (...

A long shutdown could leave the Fed without critical data

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Thursday he's worried policymakers won't have a complete picture...

Auto cuts: Jaguar Land Rover and Ford slash jobs

Jaguar Land Rover is cutting 4,500 jobs globally while Ford is slashing thousands of jobs in Europe. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.

There are fewer gig jobs than you think. Economists walk back study that showed huge increase

It was one of the most striking findings of 2016: The share of workers in "alternative" work arrangements, s...

Fiat Chrysler will pay $800 million to settle emissions charges in the US

Fiat Chrysler will pay about $800 million to settle charges that its diesel vehicles sold in the United Stat...

Here's the endgame for Sears. It doesn't look good

Sears has a lifeline. The big question is how long will it last.Sears chairman Eddie Lampert reached ...

Earnings growth is slowing ... but that may be okay for stocks

Earnings season will be back next week, and companies have signaled fourth-quarter profit growth slowed from...

Ford is shedding thousands of jobs in Europe

Ford is cutting thousands of jobs, ending production of some models and closing a plant in Europe ahead of a...

Jaguar Land Rover is slashing 4,500 jobs

Britain's biggest carmaker is cutting thousands more jobs.Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will reduce its glo...

One media reporter's takeaways from the CES 2019 show floor

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. ...

How Kirkland Signature powers Costco's success

Costco's house brand, Kirkland Signature, is even bigger than you might think.Last y...

The $4.5 trillion force that's helping to fuel market swings

The Federal Reserve's rate hikes steal all the headlines. But behind the scenes, the Fed is conducting a $4....

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