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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

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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...

Netflix is winning streaming. Disney wants to change that

Netflix dominates the streaming world right now. But with a lot more competition on the horizon, that dominance might soon come into question.

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

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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....

China's economy; Fiat Chrysler settlement; Stocks drop

1. China's economy: Data published by the Chinese government on Thursday has added to worri...

NYC's iconic Chrysler Building is up for sale

Purchased by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council in 2008, New York's Art Deco masterpiece the Chrysler Building is headed back to the market.

Mark Howard: We've seen the bottom for stocks

BNP Paribas' Mark Howard tells CNN's Richard Quest why investors are less anxious in the new year, and why he expects stocks to rise in the near term.

Why Sears' woes might not help JCPenney

If Sears dies, does that save rival JCPenney?Investors seemed to be thinking that way Tuesday....

Is it time to invest in gold?

Gold is up more than 8% since October. CNN's Paul R. La Monica tells Richard Quest why investors are bullish on gold.

Ford redesigns 'world's most popular SUV'

Ford has unveiled a completely new version of the Explorer SUV, a model that helped fuel th...

Fed indicates it will slow down rate hikes in 2019

The Federal Reserve sent another clear signal Wednesday that it won't be moving quickly to raise interest ra...

Corona-maker focuses on premium wines

Americans are over cheap wine.Constellation Brands is getting dragged down by inexpensive wine. But i...

Why the Dow has spiked 2,000 points since Christmas Eve

Investors have decided that maybe the world isn't coming to an end after all.The ...

The worst news for the stock market has been priced in -- for now

Well, then. The stock market has certainly turned itself around in a hurry.A few weeks ago, the S&P 5...

CEO churn was the highest last year since 2008

In an uncertain business environment, American companies are shaking up their management.A record num...

Saudi Arabia has always claimed vast oil reserves. An audit just proved it's right

Saudi Arabia has opened up its vast energy reserves to independent auditors for the first time, a move that ...

More big consumer companies will bet on pot this year

Marijuana is going mainstream and Wall Street has started to notice.Recreational marijuana is now leg...

Khaled Juffali: The Saudi businessman at the center of the Carlos Ghosn affair

Khaled Juffali once helped Nissan revive its business in the Middle East. Now the prominent Saudi businessma...

Car sales drop in China for the first time in 20 years

Chinese shoppers bought fewer cars last year as trade tensions and a weaker economy contributed to the first...

Chrysler Building put up for sale

The Chrysler Building, the art deco skyscraper that has been a key part of the New York City skyline for nea...

US-China trade talks; Xiaomi shares plunge; Fed minutes

1. Trade talks conclude: The current round of trade talks between the United States and Chi...

Networks wasted no time fact-checking Trump's Oval Office address

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Chobani looks beyond yogurt with its first plant-based product

Chobani is growing up from its scrappy startup days.This winter, the 10-year-old company launched 30 ...

Larry Summers: We're going to see slowing

Former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers says President Trump "vastly overstates the comfort of our own economic position" and that a recession is a possibility within the next two years.

Sears reaches 11th hour deal to stay in business -- for now

Sears reached an 11th-hour deal Tuesday to remain open -- at least for now.Attorneys for Sears said t...

The World Bank just got more pessimistic about global growth

The World Bank has been warning of a worldwide economic slowdown for a while now, but its projections just t...

Investors turn to gold as stocks get whipped around

The turbulent stock market has thrilled gold investors.The price of gold has gained more than 8% sinc...

'Bird Box' is a hit for Netflix, according to Nielsen

There were a lot of questions surrounding Netflix's eye-popping claim that more than ...

All networks to air Trump's prime-time address

President Trump will speak on the border wall and the government shutdown in a rare televised address to the nation.

Consumers may be the biggest risk to the stock market

Business growth is slowing, and the US government's economic stimulus is waning. That means America is pinni...

Why Larry Summers thinks a recession could be coming

President Donald Trump thinks the economic slowdown in China will give the United States an edge in trade ne...

Slowdown arrives at precisely the worst time for GE

General Electric's turnaround plan already faces enormous obstacles: tons of debt. A weak power division. Sh...

Networks set to air Trump's prime time address; Pelosi, Schumer demand equal time

The major television networks said that they will provide wall-to-wall coverage of President Donald Trump's ...

Trump's border address sparks extraordinary debate inside and outside TV networks

President Trump is tapping into one of the powers of the presidency, ...

TV executive worries about airing Trump live

President Donald Trump tweeted he will address the nation Tuesday night, claiming a "humanitarian and national security crisis on our southern border."

Amazon is now the most valuable company on the planet

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been the wealthiest person on the planet for more than a year. Now, Amazon is the ...

Recession fears are stalking Germany

Europe's largest economy may be in recession for the first time since the region's debt crisis.A shoc...

Carlos Ghosn may wait months for a trial. That's time Renault-Nissan doesn't have

Carlos Ghosn could be held in a Japanese jail for another six months before he's put on trial for alleged fi...

Wall Street launches new stock exchange, taking direct aim at NYSE and Nasdaq

The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq are hearing some footsteps behind them today.A high-profile gr...

'Your honor, I am innocent': Carlos Ghosn speaks out after 7 weeks in a Japanese jail

Carlos Ghosn has for the first time given his version of the events that led to his arrest in Tokyo seven we...

Gaga, Regina King make waves at Golden Globes

"Bohemian Rhapsody" beat out "A Star Is Born," which was seen as the front-runner in the drama category, while actress and director Regina King made headlines during her speech.

Samsung warning; SoftBank and WeWork; Carlos Ghosn speaks in public

1. More tech trouble: Samsung has warned that its fourth-quarter operating profit is set to...

Furloughed worker: Ironic Congress gets paid

Furloughed federal employees across the country continue struggling to make ends meet as the government shutdown drags on. CNN's Suzane Malveaux reports.

Netflix is the king of Hollywood — and Wall Street

Take that, big film studios. Shares of Netflix (...

Kroger and Microsoft partner up to take on Amazon

Kroger is tapping Microsoft to help create grocery stores of the future, and keep up with Amazon and Walmart...

The stock market, left for dead in December, is racing back to life

The stock market, left for dead in December, is racing back to life.The Dow gained 98 points on Monda...

Sears could be running out of time

Time is running out for Sears. The bankrupt retailer could be forced to start the process o...

$1 trillion is leaving Britain because of Brexit

Brexit hasn't happened yet but it's already shrinking the United Kingdom's financial services industry....

If Sears survives, this is what it will look like

Even if Sears survives bankruptcy, there will be a wide swath of America that no longer has any of its store...

Pizza Hut expands beer delivery service

Pizza Hut is leaning into its beer delivery service to get an edge over Domino's.The pizza chain anno...

Arkin: 'We need to have Trump-free days'

William Arkin, fresh off his decision to leave NBC, levels a blunt media critique. The "Trump circus" is getting too much attention, he says, at the expense of in-depth reporting. "Part of our responsibility as journalists is to cover the government, not just the president," he tells Brian Stelter.

Trump stoking fear amid border funding fight

Brian Stelter says Trump and his allies are pushing phony and misleading information linking terrorism to immigration. Frank Bruni says they are "knowingly lying in the service of their political goal." David Frum and Karen Finney also weigh in.

Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News, succeeding David Rhodes

Susan Zirinsky, a 46-year veteran of CBS News and the top producer of the "48 Hours" newsmagazine, is about ...

Activist wants Dollar Tree to sell stuff for more than $1

A dollar doesn't buy as much as it did 30 years ago.That's why one activist investor thinks it's time...

Tesla starts building its huge Shanghai factory to make cars for China

Tesla's new manufacturing plant in China is officially under construction.CEO Elon Musk broke ground ...

Trade talks resume; Tesla in Shanghai; Apple's Samsung TV deal

1. US-China trade talks: US and Chinese officials are meeting in Beijing Monday for two day...

Border wall funding fight is also a fight about basic facts

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NBC News veteran says media is failing at covering America's wars

NBC News national security investigator William Arkin raised eyebrows last week by how he walked away from t...

China will be the theme of this quarter's earnings season

1. Eyes on China: This earnings season, prepare for a lot of talk about the Chinese economy...

Amazon tries to win over New Yorkers with ad campaign

Amazon is trying to win over its "future neighbors" in New York City, where its received a less-than-enthusi...

Fed chair says he wouldn't resign if asked by Trump

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says he would not resign if pressured to do so by President Donald Trump.

Former Weekly Standard staffers find new home at The Bulwark, a conservative site unafraid to take on Trump

A handful of writers and editors who worked at The Weekly Standard, the now-defunct conservative magazine th...

Cable news networks air Trump's comments in real-time. But should they?

Should cable news networks air President Donald Trump's words in real time?Since the 2016 campaign, n...

Dow surges 747 points, pushed higher by Fed chairman's comments and strong jobs report

Stocks roared back Friday after investors received three belated New Year's presents.The job market i...

Volatility is nothing new. We've just been spoiled.

The recent spike in market volatility is spooking investors, but Christine Romans explains it's actually just how markets work.

IRS hit by shutdown, creating taxpayer headaches

Americans may find themselves missing an agency they usually love to hate if the government shutdown persist...

Markets bet Fed is done hiking rates -- despite blockbuster jobs report

Wall Street is betting that a looming slowdown in economic growth will prevent the Federal Reserve from rais...

Volatility is back. It was just hibernating

Volatility is back. It's a ...

Fed chair comments push markets higher

At the American Economic Association conference in Atlanta, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the strengths of the economy but also signaled the Fed would remain flexible in its management of interest rates.

Fed chair Jerome Powell says he would not resign if Trump asked

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says he would not resign if pressured to do so by President Donald Tr...

Carlos Ghosn will appear in public for the first time since his arrest

Carlos Ghosn hasn't been seen in public since his arrest in Japan on November 19. But that's about to change...

Hiring surge: 312,000 jobs added in December

US businesses added 312,000 jobs in December, well above what economists expected and underlining that the American economy remains strong despite recent market turbulence. CNN's Christine Romans reports.

Former Credit Suisse bankers charged in $2 billion loan fraud

Three former Credit Suisse bankers have been charged by the United States over their role in a fraudulent lo...

Hiring surged in December, employers added 312,000 jobs

US employers added 312,000 jobs in December, well above what economists expected and underlining that the Am...

China gives its slowing economy a new shot in the arm

China is taking new steps to encourage bank lending and stimulate the country's flagging economy.The ...

US jobs report; Japan catches up; Jerome Powell speaks

1. Jobs report: The latest US jobs report smashed expectations Friday, showing the labor ma...

Pelosi sends a message to Trump as the press covers a 'power shift'

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Herb Kelleher, Southwest Airlines founder, dies at 87

Herb Kelleher, the eccentric founder of Southwest Airlines who helped revolutionize low-cost air travel, die...

SpaceX, one of the world's most valuable private companies, just got more valuable

SpaceX is in the midst of a funding round that has already pulled Elon Musk's rocket company past a $30 bill...

Trump faces new opposition as Dems take charge

Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was officially elected the new House speaker as the Democrats take charge of the House of Representatives. CNN's Manu Raju explains what this may mean for President Donald Trump.

Kevin Hassett: It's not going to be just Apple

Kevin Hassett, chairman of the White House's Council of Economic Advisers, says "a heck of a lot" of US companies with sales in China will follow Apple's footsteps by downgrading their outlooks.

Netflix pulls episode of show mocking Saudis

Netflix has blocked an episode of the comedy show "Patriot Act" that tackles the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi from streaming in Saudi Arabia after officials from the Kingdom complained.

NFL ratings rebound after two seasons of declining viewership

After two years of declining ratings, bad press and criticism from the ...

Bristol-Myers Squibb to buy Celgene in $74 billion deal

Drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb announced Thursday a $74 billion deal to buy Celgene, in one of the biggest m...

Dow falls 660 points on Apple bombshell, US factory slowdown

Apple is feeding some of Wall Street's biggest fears.The Dow dropped 660 points, or 2.8%, on Thursday...

Apple warns that iPhone sales could take big hit

Apple warned investors to expect lower sales due primarily to "lower than anticipated" iPhone sales in China amid an ongoing trade war with the US.

Big pharma deal: Bristol-Myers Squibb to buy Celgene

Drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb announced a $74 billion deal to buy Celgene, in one of the biggest mergers in pharmaceutical industry history.

GM's plug-in tax credit set to expire

General Motors just became the second automaker in the United States to sell more than 200,000 plug-in vehic...

Apple's plunge has cost Warren Buffett nearly $4 billion today

Warren Buffett's devotion to Apple is taking a toll on his portfolio. The Oracle of Omaha lost almost $4 bil...

How Trump's trade war is unraveling the Trump rally

Evidence is mounting that the US-China trade war is dealing a blow to the American stock market....

Delta fare warning sends airline stocks lower

Major US airline stocks fell sharply Thursday after Delta Air Lines warned about weaker than expected sales ...

Blake Nordstrom, company co-president, dies unexpectedly at 58

Blake Nordstrom, the 58-year-old co-president of his family's retail company, died on Wednesday.Nords...

These companies are planning gigantic IPOs. The market might stop them

Anxiety on Wall Street may not bode well for high-profile private companies that hope to go public this year...

Luxury brands are already feeling the China burn

Chinese shoppers are buying fewer smartphones. Expensive handbags and watches could be next.European ...

Why economists think hiring is starting to slow

Last year was an impressive one for the job market, but it may have ended on a down beat.The Labor De...

This coffee company thinks it can beat Starbucks in China

After barely a year in business, Luckin Coffee is challenging Starbucks in one of the US coffee giant's top ...

Netflix's balancing act: Saudi law vs freedom of speech

What's the price of censoring one episode of a Netflix show in Saudi Arabia?Though Netflix has not re...

Apple won't be the last casualty of China's slowdown

From iPhones to autos, global brands rely on China for growth. Now the country's economic slowdown is puttin...

Markets shudder after Apple warns about China sales

Apple has stunned investors with a stark warning about its business in China.US stock futures dropped...

Apple meltdown; Markets shudder; DC power shift

1. Apple meltdown: A revenue warning from Apple is shaking stock markets.Apple (...

National average for gas at lowest since 2017

Residents in some states are enjoying gas prices below $2 a gallon. President Trump tweeted "Do you think it's just luck that gas prices are so low, and falling? Low gas prices are like another Tax Cut!" CNN's Christine Romans reports.

NBC News veteran warns of 'Trump circus' in 2,228-word farewell

There are goodbye notes — and then there's William Arkin's frustrated farewell to NBC News.Arkin's ...

Stocks swing on first trading day of 2019

Uncertainties plaguing 2018 continue into the new year. CNN's Alison Kosik reports.

Dow recovers from 399-point plunge in resilient start to 2019

Wall Street started 2019 on a resilient note.The Dow closed 19 points higher on Wednesday, recovering...

Tesla will cut prices to combat tax credit phase out

Tesla is cutting its car prices in the United States by $2,000 to combat a cut in a federal tax credit for i...

Why lower gas prices are both good and bad for the US economy

Cheap gas provides a powerful boost to drivers filling up their tanks, but the 2014-2016 oil crash showed th...

Retail's Amazon antidote: Buy online, pickup in store

Brick-and-mortar retailers like Walmart, Target, and Best Buy found an advantage over Amazon this holiday: S...

Global stocks swing wildly as investors worry about China's economy

Global stock markets kicked off 2019 with another wild day of trading triggered by new signs of economic wea...

Chipotle's new strategy: Dieters welcome

Chipotle, eager to promote itself as a healthy choice, tweaked its menu to fit with trendy diet plans....

Qatar wants a slice of China's huge aviation market

Qatar Airways is buying into the one market no major airline can ignore: mainland China.The state-own...

Markets plunge; China angst; Trump and the shutdown

1. Markets tumble: Weak economic data out of China has spoiled any hopes of a New Year rall...

Five ways to tell if a slowdown will turn into a recession

Clifton Broumand has started noticing something is off at the trade shows.Since 1982, he's been selli...

Deals and dilemmas as the media industry begins 2019

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

Brexit 2019: UK will choose between recession and relief

Britain has a stark economic choice to make in 2019: Recession or relief.The United Kingdom is set to...

The 5 days the Dow swung 1,000 points

In a wild year for stocks, five days stand out as the craziest of 2018.On February 5, 6, 8 and 9, and...

The best stocks of 2018

The stock market had a miserable 2018, but some companies bucked the trend to post an exceptionally good yea...

Markets look for fresh start in 2019

Despite a record-setting year for stocks, the Dow finished with its worst December since 1931 leaving investors looking to 2019 for a fresh start.

Dow to close 2018 after roller coaster ride

The stock market is on track for its worst December since the Great Depression leaving investors looking for a fresh start in 2019.

2018 was the worst for stocks in 10 years

2018 was a record-setting year for stocks, but it's one investors would rather forget.The Dow fell 5....

Stocks fell just about everywhere in 2018

Global stocks have closed out a dreadful year with a whimper, signaling more potential declines in 2019....

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