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Xi fails to impress; Oil drops below $49; Global market jitters

1. China jitters: Chinese President Xi Jinping struck a defiant note during a speech Tuesda...

Automation is helping to push women out of the workforce

Researchers at the World Economic Forum are highlighting a troubling trend: Fewer women around the world are...

Ex-CBS chief Les Moonves will not get $120 million severance

Ousted CBS chief executive Les Moonves "will not receive any severance payment" from the company, the board ...

Growth fears send the Russell 2000 into a bear market

Small American stocks have tumbled into a big hole, reflecting mounting slowdown fears on Wall Street....

The real problem with the American auto industry

Auto sales are close to a record high in the United States, yet the American auto industry is in the midst o...

Corporate America gives out a record $1 trillion in stock buybacks

Corporate America celebrated the first full year under the new tax law by rolling out a record-setting $1 tr...

Dow falls as stormy December on Wall Street continues

The US stock market sank deeper into the red following sluggish economic reports on Monday and bad news from...

CNN Business Before the Bell

CNN's Christine Romans has the day's top business headlines before the opening bell on Wall Street on Monday, December 17.

Cracks appear in the world's biggest autos alliance

The tension in the world's biggest autos alliance was laid bare Monday when Nissan said it had been denied a...

Asos stock crashes 40% as European retail chill hits spending online

Asos is having a nightmare holiday season.Shares in the UK online fashion retailer plunged 40% on Mon...

Goldman hit in Malaysia; Nissan board meeting; Retail pain

1. Charges against Goldman Sachs: Malaysia has filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs...

Co-founder of HQ Trivia, Vine found dead at 34

Colin Kroll, the co-founder of both Vine and HQ Trivia, was found dead in his New York City apartment. Kroll was 34 years old.

Malaysia files charges against Goldman Sachs over 1MDB scandal

Malaysia has filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs over its dealings with a state investment fund at ...

Colin Kroll, co-founder of HQ Trivia and Vine, found dead

Colin Kroll, co-founder and CEO of the hit gaming app ...

Time magazine highlights 'the war on truth'

Time editor Edward Felsenthal says "the first move in the authoritarian playbook is the control of information, the suppression of people who try to get the facts out. And we saw that in a major way" in 2018, which is why the magazine's Person of the Year cover featured "The Guardians," numerous journalists who have been targeted because of their work.

2018, a year consumed by misinformation

PolitiFact names its Lie of the Year; Google gets questioned about hate-filled videos on YouTube; and the Washington Post conducts a new poll to see if the public buys Trump's mistruths. Joan Walsh and Oliver Darcy join Brian Stelter to discuss.

New reports for the Senate refocus attention on Russian interference

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

Time goes on a hiring spree under Marc Benioff's ownership

Time is beefing up its newsroom.The company posted 25 job openings, including 20 for editorial roles,...

This is why presidents shouldn't mess with the Fed

1. Fed in the hot seat: President Donald Trump may have boxed Federal Reserve chief Jerome ...

'SNL' shows what life would've been like if Trump were never elected president

Instead of "It's a Wonderful Life," it was a "Wonderful Trump" on "...

Meet the pilots of Virgin Galactic's first flight to space

After months of testing Richard Branson's rocket-powered plane at lower altitudes, two of Virgin Galactic's ...

Boeing delivers first 737 from new Chinese factory

Boeing on Saturday delivered its first 737 airliner from its new factory in China -- a debut that comes amid...

Opening a Robinhood savings account? It may not be insured

Robinhood, the incredibly popular investing app, unveiled new checking and savings accounts Thursday that ha...

Johnson & Johnson shares plunge on reports of asbestos in baby powder

Reuters reports that Johnson & Johnson knew about small amounts of asbestos in its baby powder for decades, a claim that the company denies.

China is temporarily slashing tariffs on US auto imports

China said Friday it will temporarily reduce tariffs on imports of American-made cars as it tries to negotia...

Doors are slamming shut for Huawei around the world

Huawei is coming under pressure in two more key European markets — the latest in a series of problems the ...

Wall Street's darkest quarter since 2011 just got worse

Mounting global growth fears rippled across Wall Street on Friday.The Dow dropped 497 points, or 2%, ...

At least 1,100 of GM's factory workers will get new jobs

General Motors recently announced that it would be shutting down five car factories in the United States and...

The Weekly Standard, a conservative magazine critical of Trump, to shutter after 23 years

The Weekly Standard, the magazine that espouses traditional conservatism and which has remained deeply criti...

CBS donates $20 million of Les Moonves' severance to 18 women's advocacy groups

On the day Les Moonves was forced out of CBS in September, $20 million from his severance was earmarked for ...

Investors are hypersensitive to politics

Wall Street often ignores political headlines. Earnings and the economy are what matter most to the market. ...

Starbucks is going to sell Nitro at all its US stores

Nitro is coming to a Starbucks near you.Every company-operated US Starbucks location...

Global market gloom; '21' Club sold; Pound pressured

1. Global gloom: Seasonal cheer is in short supply after weak economic data from Japan, Chi...

LVMH just bought some of the world's most luxurious hotels

One of the biggest luxury brands is buying some of the world's most luxurious hotels and restaurants....

Renault says it needs more information on Ghosn allegations

Renault has given CEO Carlos Ghosn's pay arrangements a clean bill of health but has still not come to a con...

Michael Cohen speaks to ABC News after being sentenced to prison

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

These companies are trying to win back your trust

Facebook, Uber and Wells Fargo are attempting to use sleek ads that acknowledge their wrongdoings to win back customer trust.

Apple's spending $1 billion to add jobs in Texas. It's giving far more to shareholders

Apple's announcement that it will put a new $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, is being read as a sign that...

Costco: Retail's overlooked holiday winner

Retailers are trying to draw holiday shoppers with splashy perks like free shipping, convenient new ways to ...

Trump says GM 'is not going to be treated well' after layoffs

President Donald Trump said Thursday that General Motors CEO Mary Barra made a "big mistake" by laying off t...

Costco is succeeding despite retail woes

Many retail brands may be struggling, but Costco is thriving thanks to deep discounts and a popular food court.

New soybean orders from China aren't showing up in trade data -- yet

China did not immediately restart buying American soybeans after President Donald Trump and President Xi Jin...

Prophet of GE doom now offers a glimmer of hope

General Electric's most influential critic on Wall Street finally sees a glimmer of hope.GE (...

The electric cars of the future could be recharged in 15 minutes

The next generation of electric cars could charge their batteries in the time it takes to fill up at a gas s...

This company is reinventing shaving for people of color

For 15 years, Tristan Walker couldn't shave. Multi-blade razors gave him razor bumps, as they did for 80% of black men and women. So, he created the Bevel shaving system to serve people of color.

Ex-Enquirer exec: Trump can't wiggle out of this

Former National Enquirer LA Bureau Chief Jerry George speaks to CNN's Erin Burnett after federal prosecutors announced a deal with Enquirer parent company American Media Inc., effectively ruling out charges for the tabloid publisher over its role in securing hush money from President Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen.

Theresa May survives her vote, but will her Brexit plan?

CNN's Bianca Nobilo and Nic Roberston report on British Prime Minister Theresa May's surviving her own party's no-confidence vote.

Apple goes big in Austin; ECB meeting; Brexit nerves

1. Apple goes big in Austin: Apple (...

Rolls-Royce is stockpiling parts as Brexit chaos threatens 'national crisis'

Businesses are sending a clear message to UK politicians: Stop messing around.Companies and industry ...

Meet the reporters who started exposing Michael Cohen's payments two years ago

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

National Enquirer publisher AMI strikes deal with prosecutors in Michael Cohen probe

Federal prosecutors announced Wednesday that they have struck a non-prosecution agreement with National Enqu...

Dow rises more than 150 points on new US-China trade hopes

Stocks jumped Wednesday following the latest twist in the US-China trade saga, but the enthusiasm cooled off...

Corbyn slams May's behavior as 'contemptuous'

Prime Minister Theresa May and British Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn spar over May's Brexit deal, with Corbyn calling May's behavior contemptuous.

Nearly half of US CFOs fear a 2019 recession

America's finance chiefs fear the economic expansion is nearly over.Almost half (48.6%) of US chief f...

'Morning Joe' co-host Mika Brzezinski apologizes for crude remark about Mike Pompeo

MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski apologized Wednesday for a remark she made on air that drew criticism for its hom...

Nissan shares evidence against Carlos Ghosn with Renault

Renault is facing a crunch decision over CEO Carlos Ghosn after Nissan shared details of an investigation th...

How China could retaliate against US and Canadian companies over Huawei

Canadian and US companies are bracing themselves for fallout from the arrest of a top execu...

Tencent Music IPO; Trump on Huawei; Brexit uncertainty

1. Tencent Music IPO: The listing of Tencent's music business failed to raise as much money...

PolitiFact picks its Lie of the Year while Time magazine celebrates truth-tellers

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up f...

Relive Kathie Lee and Hoda's 11 years on 'Today'

Kathie Lee Gifford will depart the "Today" show in April after almost 11 years of hosting alongside Hoda Kotb. The two are famous for their friendship and shared love of wine.

Verizon says its media brand is essentially worthless

Verizon just admitted that the brand value of its media company, Oath, is almost nothing.Verizon (...

Delta changes the way fliers board planes

A new boarding process is coming to Delta Air Lines.Beginning on January 23, 2019, the airline will d...

Oreo-maker Mondelez has a plan to become the biggest name in snacks

Mondelez is determined to be the biggest name in snacks.The company rolled out an aggressive new grow...

Kathie Lee Gifford is leaving NBC's 'Today'

Kathie Lee Gifford will bid farewell to NBC's "Today" show next April. She became Hoda Kotb's co-host in 2008.

Kathie Lee Gifford is leaving 'Today'

Television icon Kathie Lee Gifford will bid farewell to NBC's "Today" show next April."As we all know...

Stocks whipsawed after Trump spars with Pelosi and Schumer

So much for turnaround Tuesday on Wall Street. Tumultuous Tuesday is more like it.All three of the ma...

How Google got its start

When Larry Page and Sergey Brin were working on their search engine out of a garage, they likely couldn't imagine the behemoth Google would become. This is the story of the world's favorite search engine.

TIME magazine names 2018 'Person of the Year'

TIME magazine has chosen "The Guardians and the War on Truth," a group of journalists who have been in the news in 2018, as its "Person of the Year."

The maker of Mercedes cars is spending $23 billion on batteries

The maker of Mercedes-Benz cars is spending billions on batteries as it accelerates the electrification of i...

How Huawei's CFO ended up in a Canadian jail cell

For months, American law enforcement officials wanted to arrest Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Chinese tech giant ...

Veteran investor says there's more to tech than FAANG

Kevin Landis has been running the tech-focused Firsthand Funds since 1994, so he's got some perspective on u...

Barclays app stops you spending on the wrong stuff

Barclays rolled out a new mobile banking feature on Tuesday that allows users to switch off categories of sp...

India's hasty central bank appointment is a risky move

India has raced to appoint a former senior government official as new head of its central bank, stoking fear...

Time Person of the Year: 'The Guardians and the War on Truth'

Time magazine has chosen "The Guardians," a group of journalists who have been targeted for their work, as P...

Google chief Sundar Pichai in the hot seat as he makes his Capitol Hill debut

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

Chinese companies are threatening to punish employees caught using Apple products

The detention of a top Huawei executive is prompting some Chinese companies and business groups to call for ...

Tokyo court rejects Carlos Ghosn's complaint about his month-long detention

A Japanese court has rejected a complaint filed by former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn over a decision to ex...

Reserve Bank of India governor Urjit Patel resigns

The Reserve Bank of India has lost its second chief in less than three years, raising questions about the ce...

Google goes to DC; Brexit chaos; Spotlight on Huawei

1. Google in DC: Google CEO Sundar Pichai will make his debut testifying before Congress on...

Jailed Huawei CFO's bail decision pushed to Tuesday as tensions persist

The chief financial officer of Chinese tech company Huawei will have to wait another day to learn if she'll ...

Elon Musk steps down as Tesla chairman

After Elon Musk tweeted about taking Tesla private, the Securities and Exchange Commission sued him for "false and misleading" statements to investors. Now he's stepping down as chairman and paying a $20 million fine.

Fearless Girl installed in her new home in front of the New York Stock Exchange

"Fearless Girl" has officially arrived at the New York Stock Exchange.The bronze statue of a young gi...

Dow stages huge comeback after briefly plunging below 24,000

The erratic stock market staged a dramatic recovery on Monday from yet another plunge.The Dow closed ...

Glory days are over for tech stocks

Earlier this year, ...

10,400 Verizon workers quit their jobs. That's a good sign for the economy

A lot of people want to quit their jobs at Verizon, and that's a really good sign for the economy.In ...

Inside the CBS misconduct investigation

Gloria Allred and her client Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb, who accused former CBS CEO Les Moonves of sexual assault and harassment, talk with Brian Stelter about the ongoing investigations into CBS. While CBS faces a decision about whether to pay Moonves $120 million in severance, Allred says victims should be compensated. Moonves has denied the allegations.

Court TV is coming back in 2019

Court TV is back in session.E.W. Scripps Company (...

QVC and HSN prepare for a future beyond TV

You may have never heard of a company called Qurate. But you probably know all of its brands -- and there's ...

Investors with $32 trillion at stake sound the alarm on climate change

Investors managing assets worth $32 trillion have called on governments and businesses to step up efforts to...

UK court says beer baron Vijay Mallya should be extradited to India

Business tycoon Vijay Mallya should be extradited from the United Kingdom to India to face fraud charges, a ...

Carlos Ghosn and Nissan have been indicted in Japan

Carlos Ghosn and Nissan, the Japanese automaker he saved from collapse, were indicted Monday on allegations ...

SoftBank IPO; Carlos Ghosn indicted; Huawei and markets

1. SoftBank goes bigger: SoftBank is raising $23.5 billion from the IPO of its Japanese mob...

Moonves accuser speaks out, calls for transparency from CBS board

The two law firms that are investigating misconduct at CBS are due to deliver their report to the company's ...

While Trump's troubles stack up, reporters should stick to the facts

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

The yield curve is flattening. But the party isn't over yet

1. Yield curve jitters: One of Wall Street's most reliable fortunetellers is flashing omino...

Corona-maker Constellation Brands is investing in female entrepreneurs to help it sell alcohol to women

Constellation Brands is betting that female entrepreneurs will help it grow.The beer maker said on Th...

OPEC and Russia pledge to cut oil production

OPEC and its allies reached a deal to slash oil production despite pressure from President Donald Trump to keep pumping. Iran, Venezuela and Libya have been granted exemptions from the cuts.

Oil and tech's crash have wrecked hedge funds

It's not just average investors getting hurt by the market mayhem. Hedge funds that placed big bets on tech ...

Why the stock market is freaking out

Extreme fear is once again sending Wall Street into chaos. Investors are debating whether the longest bull m...

Brutal week: Dow plunges 1,150 points

Worries about the US-China trade war unleashed another round of heavy selling on Friday, capping off a bruta...

US economy added 155,000 jobs in November

The November jobs report was weaker than expected but still a sign of a strong labor market. CNN's Christine Romans reports.

Another sign of a wobbly economy in weaker November jobs report

Americans got another positive jobs report on Friday -- but it was full of warning signs that the economy is...

OPEC and Russia agree to slash oil production

OPEC and its allies reached a deal to slash oil production on Friday despite pressure from President Donald ...

Review: 'Divide and Conquer' examines Roger Ailes legacy

Roger Ailes was such a larger-than-life, swaggering figure that he practically overwhelms the attempt to dis...

Bitcoin's epic plunge continues

What a difference a year makes for bitcoin.In December 2017, bitcoin prices hit a record high of just...

With Kevin Hart off the Oscars, what will ABC and the Academy do now?

The Academy and its television partner, ABC, need a new host for the 2019 Oscars, stat.And they need ...

Walmart turns to robots and apps in stores

Walmart is turning to new tech to reduce costs and convince shoppers to keep taking trips to the store....

Wild comeback: Dow recovers from 785-point plunge

The evolving US-China trade war has launched the stock market on a wild roller coaster ride.News of t...

US jobs report; Huawei fallout; OPEC crunch

1. US jobs report: The US economy added 155,000 jobs in November, fewer than expected by ec...

Marlboro owner Altria invests $1.8 billion in cannabis company Cronos

Altria hopes pot is the key to help it grow beyond its stagnant cigarette business.Tobacco giant Alti...

Chinese investors lead a $5 billion bid for the owner of Louisville Slugger

Chinese investors are leading an attempt to buy Amer Sports, the owner of brands including Louisville Slugge...

GM's union talks could spare some workers at risk of layoffs

GM chief executive Mary Barra traipsed around Capitol Hill this week, meeting lawmakers about the company's ...

Reliable Sources: What happened when CNN New York had to evacuate

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

Midterm election night lasted one month. Harry Enten explains why.

Midterm election night was really just the beginning. At the end of the night's nonstop news coverage, the p...

NYT: CBS still paying legal settlement over allegations of sexual assault by '60 Minutes' legend Don Hewitt

Sexual misconduct allegations at CBS have dominated headlines in the last year, but that behavior may have a...

Fiat Chrysler to open a plant in Detroit to build a new Jeep, report says

Fiat Chrysler may revive a shuttered Detroit factory, signaling the automaker wants to expand its American m...

Dollar General tries to make healthy food more accessible

Two liters of Dr. Pepper costs $1.80 at a Dollar General store in Union City, NJ. A 10-oz bag of Twizzlers s...

Equity strategist: Volatility is the new normal

Savita Subramanian, Bank of America's head of US equity and quantitative strategy, tells CNN's Alison Kosik that investors should expect swings in the market and not trade on emotional fears.

Volatility is the new normal. Here's what investors should do

Investors should start getting used to wild market swings.That's the advice of Savita Subramanian, Ba...

UK releases Facebook emails

A UK parliamentary committee has released more than 200 pages of internal Facebook emails the company fought to keep secret, including some sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Trump warns China: 'I'm a tariff man'

Uncertainty over a trade truce with China wiped out the market rally from a day before. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports.

What the smart money is buying as the market tanks

The Dow and S&P 500 are now both in the red for 2018, and investors have few places to hide as the stock mar...

Sears chairman bids $4.6 billion to buy 500 stores and keep them open

Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert wants to buy stores and assets to keep the company alive.His hedge fund,...

OPEC still debating oil production cut

OPEC is still debating how much oil it should remove from world markets following a price crash in recent mo...

Burger King wants you to order 'at' McDonald's

In a new marketing campaign, Burger King is offering its Whopper burgers for 1 cent, but with a dramatic catch.

Huawei exec's arrest opens a new front in the US-China trade war

The conflict between the United States and China over trade and technology is expanding.The arrest of...

MoviePass is changing its prices again. Yes, really

MoviePass wants to win back angry customers.The movie subscription service on Thursday announced a ne...

Markets turn south again on renewed trade fears

Investors got a bit of a breather when the markets were closed on Wednesday. But stock trading is back Thurs...

OPEC is meeting this week. Here's what it could do

Six months ago, OPEC agreed to pump more oil to prevent prices spiking to $100 a barrel. Now the oil cartel ...

Huawei exec's arrest sends shudders through stock markets

The arrest of a top Chinese tech executive at the request of the United States has sent shock waves through ...

Fallout from Huawei arrest; Asian stocks slump; OPEC meeting

1. Huawei CFO arrested: The chief financial officer of Chinese tech giant Huawei has been a...

As he weighs a White House run, Bloomberg considers Bloomberg LP's future

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

Facebook internal emails show Zuckerberg targeting competitor Vine

Mark Zuckerberg and his colleagues were apparently concerned enough about Vine, a video app from Twitter, th...

Maersk aims to be carbon neutral by 2050

The world's biggest shipping company has set "a grand target" to fight climate change. Chief Operating Officer Soren Toft explains the company's plan to get to zero carbon emissions.

Why it's difficult for Netflix and 'Friends' to go on a break

"Friends" will be there for you on ...

Burger King trolls McDonald's with 1 cent burger promotion

Burger King wants people to download its app. So it's sending them to McDonald's for access to a one-cent Wh...

Trump promised to rescue the coal industry. But he can't

The Trump administration attempted a ...

GM is closing plants. Now its CEO has to explain why to Congress

General Motors chief executive Mary Barra is heading to hostile territory: Capitol Hill.The automaker...

Maersk wants to slash carbon emissions from shipping to zero. But it needs help

The world's biggest shipping company wants to slash its carbon emissions to zero by developing a new kind of...

Why Carlos Ghosn remains silent two weeks after his arrest

Carlos Ghosn was arrested in Tokyo on suspicion of financial misconduct more than two weeks ago, yet the wor...

German automakers meet with Trump as he weighs new tariffs

German car executives met with President Donald Trump Tuesday as his administration considers putting new ta...

Redacted parts of Mueller's latest court filing leave reporters with lots of questions

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

NYT: Draft report alleges Les Moonves destroyed evidence and misled investigators during probe

The two law firms that were hired by the CBS board of directors to investigate alleged misconduct apparently...

The Trump effect on oil

President Trump has blasted OPEC since he took office to keep oil prices low. But with oil in a bear market can the Saudis move to rebalance oil supplies and appease Donald Trump?

Fate of The Weekly Standard is uncertain, editor tells staff

The fate of The Weekly Standard, the conservative magazine that has staked out a position as a publication o...

Bank stocks get crushed as the market plummets

Banks were at the forefront of a tumultuous day for US financial markets, plunging on conce...

'SNL' takes on Mueller probe, G20 summit

Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump returned to "Saturday Night Live" and he brought his worries over the Mueller investigation with him.

Dow plunges 799 points on trade, slowdown fears

That was fast. Wall Street's enthusiasm for the US-China trade truce has completely vanished.The Dow ...

UPS and FedEx plunge on Amazon Air fears

Forget about drones and armies of people driving Amazon trucks. One big Wall Street firm thinks Amazon's pla...

Thomson Reuters will cut 3,200 jobs by 2020

Thomson Reuters is eliminating 12% of its global workforce.The news and information company is drasti...

Cronos CEO: 'Watershed moment' for marijuana

Michael Gorenstein, CEO of Cronos Group, says legalized recreational marijuana in Canada "gets the ball rolling" globally.

BlackRock is getting ready for Millennial investors

BlackRock knows the world of investment is changing. As Gen-Xers and Millennials begin to accumulate more we...

Video game stocks get crushed as Fortnite reigns

Fortnite and other so-called multiplayer battle royale games are all the rage. And investors in leading vide...

GM's restructuring was tough. Ford's could be even harder

General Motors has already announced plant closings and big job cuts. Ford could be next.Ford (...

Tencent Music IPO; Trade confusion; Market rally evaporates

1. Tencent Music IPO: Tencent Music said in a regulatory filing that it's seeking as much a...

Mueller, Trump and the truth: Reporters are awaiting the special counsel's next moves

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

Investors send pot stock soaring on possible tobacco deal

The company that makes Marlboro cigarettes may be looking for a new vice. Altria could find that the red-hot...

'Crazy Rich Asians' had a crazy bad opening weekend in China

Turns out China isn't so crazy about "Crazy Rich Asians."The romantic comedy was a breakout success i...

CNN's Jeff Zucker dissects Trump's criticism of network with David Axelrod

CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker dissected President Trump's hatred of CNN and discussed his own interest...

Qatar to withdraw from OPEC

The small, gas-rich state of Qatar announced in a series of tweets that it will leave the oil cartel on January 1 after nearly 60 years of membership.

Dow rises 288 points on US-China trade ceasefire

The ceasefire between the United States and China has set off a celebration on Wall Street.The Dow cl...

Trump says China will cut tariffs on American cars

US President Donald Trump says China has agreed to cut tariffs on cars it imports from the United States....

Removing tariffs on American cars won't save ailing US plants. Here's why

China is already the largest and most important market for the American auto industry. Removing tariffs on A...

Donaldson: H.W. Bush respected media's role

George W.H. Bush was "available and accessible" to the press corps, former White House correspondent Charles Bierbauer recalls. "He also understood our job," Sam Donaldson adds. "Presidents don't like everything they read or see, but he understood what we were about."

Sherrod Brown: 'Hopeful' on Trump-China trade deal

In an interview with Jake Tapper, Senator Sherrod Brown says he is hopeful regarding President Trump's potential China trade deal.

What the US-China truce means for business

The truce between the United States and China means that Corporate America has dodged a massive bullet -- fo...

Glenn Beck's TheBlaze and CRTV merge to create conservative media company

TheBlaze and CRTV, two of the largest online conservative media organizations, announced on Monday that they...

Family's farm at risk as tariffs sink prices

Trent Thiele's livelihood as a pork producer has become collateral damage in the trade war between the US and China as pork prices to sink.

GM has barely paid federal taxes for years. Here's why

General Motors has earned tens of billions of dollars in profit over the past decade. But the automaker has ...

The future of Ikea: Small stores in big cities

Ikea is ditching its famous Swedish meatballs and cavernous blue-and-yellow stores to crack big cities....

Trump says China is now open to Qualcomm-NXP deal. But it's too late

President Donald Trump says China is willing to approve a major merger between American chip maker Qualcomm ...

Shell is first energy company to link executive pay and carbon emissions

Royal Dutch Shell is giving its executives a powerful new reason to care about the environment.The An...

Nexstar buys Tribune in $4.1 billion deal

Tribune Media found another buyer after its last merger was scuttled.Nexstar Media Group announced Mo...

Trade truce; OPEC shrinks; Unilever bets on India

1. Markets cheer trade truce: Global markets were rallying early on Monday after the United...

Stocks and oil jump after the US and China reach trade truce

A ceasefire is better than an escalating trade war as far as investors are concerned.Stocks jumped hi...

Unilever is spending billions to boost its India presence

Unilever is boosting its presence in India by buying some of the country's top nutritional drinks.The...

Qatar is pulling out of OPEC to focus on gas

OPEC is losing one of its oldest members.The small, gas-rich state of Qatar said Monday that it will ...

New York Times reporters reveal how they investigated Les Moonves's final days at CBS

This story, Ellen Gabler says, is a "good reminder to keep being persistent." To keep calling, texting and e...

George H.W. Bush's funeral: The first farewell to a president in more than a decade

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

Sam Donaldson on George H. W. Bush's relationship with the press

Former ABC correspondent and host Sam Donaldson, who covered the White House going back to the 1960s, rememb...

Cheap oil is no longer a huge positive for the US economy

1. Crude reality: Cheap oil used to be a slam-dunk positive for the Americ...

Stock markets will close on Wednesday to honor George H.W. Bush

US financial markets will be closed on Wednesday to honor the memory of former President George H.W. Bush, w...

Sears' holiday shopping season is off to a rough start

Sears' make-or-break holiday shopping season didn't get off to a very good start.Foot traffic was dow...

Is Trump's trade war bringing jobs back to the US? It's hard to tell

President Donald Trump, who since the beginning of his political career has promised to ste...

Obama at No. 1: 'Becoming' surpasses 'Fire and Fury' in book sales

Michelle Obama's memoir "Becoming" has become the best selling book of the year in the United States, surpas...

Fed reportedly probing Goldman's role in Malaysian scandal

Goldman Sachs could be in big trouble for its involvement in a Malaysian investment fund scandal, and invest...

Ex-GM worker who picked Trump had this to say

A GM worker of 40 years and Trump voter, Carmela Denno, tells CNN's Poppy Harlow she finds the President's comments on what he claims he's done for manufacturing in the US "offensive."

How to plan for taxes in retirement

How can I best plan for a tax efficient retirement?For many retirees, even those who have me...

The economy is hot. Shouldn't that slow down T.J. Maxx and Burlington?

T.J. Maxx, Burlington and Ross Stores are bucking the conventional wisdom that consumers trade up for flashi...

More police raids at Deutsche Bank spell trouble for its new CEO

Christian Sewing has been chief executive of Deutsche Bank for less than eight months, but he's already faci...

These giant US companies could suffer if China trade talks go south

President Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping will have dinner Saturday night at the G20 summit in Buenos Ai...

Why Microsoft is a better bet than Apple

Over the last couple days, Microsoft and Apple have been taking turns as the world's most v...

Starbucks is doing better than ever after Howard Schultz

This year has been filled with transition and turmoil at Starbucks. But don't tell that to Wall Street....

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