Dawn Davis was a powerhouse in the book industry when Anna Wintour emailed her about joining Condé Nast. Now, Davis is in charge of Bon Appétit, helping move the food magazine beyond just recipes.
In an interview with "60 Minutes," former Department of Homeland Security official Chris Krebs reacts to voter fraud claims from President Donald Trump's team, saying "American people should have 100 percent confidence in their vote."
Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, who has died aged 46, put employee culture first when growing the billion-dollar shoe and clothing company.
Australian winemakers have been dealt a huge blow from Beijing after Chinese regulators announced that they would impose heavy tariffs on Australian wines after finding preliminary evidence of dumping. CNN's Angus Watson reports.
Super fast shipping is the new standard in online shopping. But tight delivery windows can hurt efficiency and, ultimately, the environment. Here's what you can do to lessen your impact.
A term coined in 1869 has become an annual event for retailers.
Another 778,000 people filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week on a seasonally adjusted basis.
The dow hit a new all-time high on Tuesday, finally topping the 30,000 mark. NYSE floor trader Peter Tuchman weighs in on the milestone.
CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports on how the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the hotel industry, speaking to several furloughed workers in major tourist cities.
Janet Yellen, who will be the first woman to hold the job should she be confirmed by the Senate, will be tasked to lead Biden's economic response to the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Julia Chatterley explains why she is "crisis ready."
As countries begin reopening, offices are redesigning their environments to keep workers safe from coronavirus. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports.
Brian Stelter reports on the "feelings," not facts, being aired on Fox and Newsmax, and explores why so many Trump supporters say Biden's victory was the result of voter fraud. He draws on sports communication research that suggests some voters identify with teams, like sports fans, and tend to blame losses on the refs. "But this is not a game," he says.
CNN's Brian Stelter calls out officials in the Trump administration for not taking questions from reporters.
Jim VandeHei, CEO and co-founder of Axios, joins CNN's Brian Stelter to discuss the shifting media landscape as the industry prepares to cover the incoming Biden administration.
GOP Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland tells CNN's Jake Tapper that "I just don't think there are a lot of profiles in courage" in the Republican Party willing to stand up to President Trump.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pulled the plug on emergency Federal Reserve lending programs, drawing a rare rebuke from the central bank, which said they are needed to support the economy as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage. CNN's Matt Egan reports.
CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports on the impacts holiday travel may have on the rising number of coronavirus infections, as students try to return home for Thanksgiving break.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNN's Julia Chatterley that getting the economy "back to where we were could take a long time."
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNN's Julia Chatterley the Federal Reserve is doing a "splendid job" managing the pandemic. He also weighs in on passing a stimulus package and has some advice for President-elect Joe Biden.
Tyson Foods managers at an Iowa pork processing facility are accused of taking bets on how many of the facility's employees would get infected with Covid-19, according to a lawsuit. CNN's Dan Simon reports.
BMO Capital Markets' Brian Belski offers his buying strategy in a market seizing on vaccine optimism. Plus, GoodRx CEO Doug Hirsch on the startup's new competition from Amazon Pharmacy. And Hedgeye Risk Management's Darius Dale is back with his firm's contrarian view of the market.
The Boeing 737 Max, which was grounded in March 2019 after two fatal crashes, gets FAA approval to carry passengers again. CNN's Richard Quest reports.
President-elect Joe Biden is building out the staff that will surround him in the White House, announcing Tuesday that he is tapping two long-time advisers for top roles and naming several other veterans of his presidential campaign to senior positions.
Noubar Afeyan, Moderna co-founder and chairman, says the company's innovations enable it to "keep the vaccine under refrigeration conditions for up to 30 days," enabling broad distribution.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, which spans 15 countries and 2.2 billion people across the Asia Pacific region, is the first trade agreement that includes China, Japan and South Korea.
CNN's Brian Stelter looks at the hypocrisy of Fox News' reactions after the 2018 election compared to their reactions to the 2020 election results.
CNN's Brian Stelter looks at the TV channels that are gaining in ratings and becoming competition for Fox News.
President Trump is at war with Fox News over its election predictions. These Trump supporters tell CNN they're done with the conservative network.
Chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell warns that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the economy.
President Donald Trump will return to just plain old Donald Trump on January 20. Meanwhile, there are at least a half dozen ongoing cases involving him -- and placing him in various levels of legal jeopardy -- still pending. In his latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza breaks down the pending litigation that the President will have to deal with in a few short months.
What happens to Black Friday in the midst of a pandemic? CNN Business explains why the shopping event will never be the same.
Another 709,000 Americans filed first-time claims for unemployment benefits last week on a seasonally adjusted basis. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Glassdoor Chief Economist Andrew Chamberlain shares his views on the job market. Plus, Party City CEO Brad Weston discusses the company's challenges and successes during the pandemic. And UBS' Laura Kane on what she's advising her clients post election.
McDonald's McPlant burger gets McMocked. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on poking fun at a meatless patty.
Late-night hosts Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, James Corden, and Stephen Colbert joke about America's celebration of the election of Joe Biden and mock Rudy Giuliani's location of his "Four Seasons" press conference.
Stocks are rocketing higher after Pfizer announced early analysis shows its Covid-19 vaccine is more than 90% effective. But investors are also betting on gridlock in Washington. Alison Kosik reports.
Streetwear brand Supreme is loved by celebrities and valued at $1 billion. But overseas it's waging war against "legal fakes," companies that are legally imitating the brand in countries from Spain to China.
Numerous hosts and guests on Fox News are backing up the president's baseless claims about mass voter fraud. Oliver Darcy says they are "enabling and encouraging the president's worst impulses." Evan Osnos says Biden's team is responding to Trump's denialism by conveying a "sense of inevitability."
Abby Phillip, Jeffrey Goldberg and Jon Karl discuss Trump's decision not to immediately concede to Biden. Goldberg says the unusual situation "warrants pretty serious conversations in newsrooms about how much attention we pay to the lame duck pronouncements."
Brian Stelter turns off his phone's Twitter notifications for President Trump's tweets in the middle of his show.
CNN's Brian Stelter talks to President-elect Joe Biden's national press secretary TJ Ducklo about what the media can expect from a Biden White House.
Legendary host Alex Trebek died at his California home surrounded by his friends and family, according to a tweet from the official account of the game-show "Jeopardy!"
As Joe Biden closes in on a potential victory, Fox News' coverage of the election's outcome has differed from show to show, and at times contradicted itself. CNN's Brian Stelter reports.
From impromptu trumpet solos to dancing in the street, President-elect Joe Biden's victory over President Donald Trump sparked worldwide celebrations.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports on the mood and activity inside the White House as Joe Biden inches closer to 270.
According to two memos obtained by CNN, Fox News will not identify Joe Biden as the "President-elect" when the network calls the race. CNN's Brian Stelter reports.
CNN's John King breaks down the new vote totals out of Arizona, where President Donald Trump is trying to overtake Joe Biden's slim lead.
Fox News called Arizona for Joe Biden before other news outlets made projections. Now, its anchors and correspondents are questioning their own network's decision.
Another 751,000 workers filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week, on a seasonally adjusted basis.
Election results are trickling in, but the uncertainty isn't rattling markets. AGF Investments' Greg Valliere, Galaxy Digital Holdings' Mike Novogratz, and Guggenheim's Scott Minerd join host Alison Kosik with their analysis and strategy for investors after election day.
Investors are already sending tech stocks higher as ballots continue to be counted. Mike Novogratz, Founder & CEO of Galaxy Digital Holdings, breaks down why Big Tech is seeing a boost after Election Day.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden makes a statement in Wilmington, Delaware, on the night of the 2020 presidential election.
Americans voted early at a pace never seen before, with many waiting in hours-long lines to cast their ballot before Election Day.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic and a turbulent few years in American politics, many US citizens are now seeking Italian citizenship in a bid for free healthcare, affordable university education and a less frenetic lifestyle. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
CNN Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist tells Brian Stelter which states will be important to watch on election night.
Jim Carrey's Joe Biden read a scary story about something that is spooking a lot of Americans: next week's election.
Disney+ will release season two of the highly acclaimed series "The Mandalorian" on October 30th. Disney+ has over 60 million subscribers.
Jay Carney, Amazon SVP, says "we're running about 50,000 tests a day." Mass testing and contact tracing are some of the measures the company is taking to limit employee exposure to coronavirus.
GDP grew at an annualized rate of 33.1% between July and September, recovering much of the ground it lost in the spring. But the jobs crisis persists - 751,000 Americans filed first-time unemployment benefits last week. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Stocks sell off sharply on fears that Covid-19 infections are spiraling out of control again and government leaders could have no choice but to enact another wave of lockdowns.
The identity of the anonymous Trump administration official, who wrote an op-ed and book critical of President Donald Trump, has been revealed to be Miles Taylor. Taylor is the former chief of staff to former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
The NBC variety show opened its latest episode with Alec Baldwin's Trump taking on Jim Carrey's Joe Biden in the final presidential debate.
Associated Press executive editor Sally Buzbee discusses how her news organization assess races and "declares" winners. "This is not magic," she says. "This is actually math and facts and science. That's how races are called."
President Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden faced off in the final debate of the 2020 election for a tense but policy focused night.
Startup Bottomless uses a connected scale to measure customers' coffee consumption and send automatic refills. Its co-founder explains how the pandemic has affected business.
In an interview with CBS News' Lesley Stahl, President Trump said "we created the greatest economy in the history of our country." CNN's Christine Romans breaks down how the economy has fared under Trump.
Meet the Thermite RS3, the first firefighting robotic vehicle of its kind in the country. It can reach places where humans can't and made its debut at a fire in Los Angeles
Another 787,000 Americans filed for first-time unemployment benefits on a seasonally adjusted basis last week. It was the first time jobless claims fell below 800,000 since mid-March. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Moody's Analytics' Mark Zandi and CNN Business' Annalyn Kurtz discuss the Back-To-Normal Index and the fate of the US economy. Plus, DocuSign CEO Dan Springer on the company's rise in business during Covid-19. And JPMorgan's David Kelly is back with his advice for investors ahead of the election.
The Back-to-Normal Index from CNN Business and Moody's Analytics shows which states are closest to and furthest from their pre-pandemic economies.
The World Economic Forum warns that the automation of work, combined with the recession brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, could displace 85 million jobs in the next five years. CNN's John Defterios hosts a panel on the division of labor.
Purdue Pharma, the company at the center of the opioid crisis, has filed for bankruptcy as it faces more than 2,000 lawsuits.
Joe Biden has put an emphasis on the middle class in his economic plan, pledging to repeal President Donald Trump's tax cuts for the wealthy. Trump's major economic achievement as president was the 2017 tax cut, and he often points to the stock market as an economic indicator.
The US Justice Department filed a lawsuit against Google, alleging the company has stifled competition to maintain its dominance in search. CNN's Brian Fung reports.
Rush Limbaugh, the biggest name in political talk radio and a Republican party icon, said that he has been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.
Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, says ensuring a calm and civil election is "expressing care for our country," and shouldn't be viewed as political.
China's economy expanded 4.9% in the July-to-September quarter, while the rest of the world continues to struggle with the coronavirus crisis. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
Time magazine national correspondent Charlotte Alter says she found "a nation plagued by misinformation" during a recent road trip. She says a concerning number of voters "didn't really believe or didn't care what was being reported in the news." She describes "unlogic," a mindset rooted in "opposition to authority," fact-checking and verification.
"Saturday Night Live" approached Donald Trump's and Joe Biden's competing town halls like many viewers, by flipping back and forth between the two.
CNN's Brian Stelter analyzes the New York Post's story on former Vice President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and explains why the anti-Biden narrative was manufactured.
Joe Biden's town hall on ABC averaged 13.9 million viewers on Thursday night. Trump's gross audience across NBC, MSNBC and CNBC was 13 million. CNN's Brian Stelter breaks down the Nielsen ratings.
Retail sales climbed in September for the fifth straight month as people spent on clothing and sporting goods. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
President Trump and Joe Biden were supposed to debate on Thursday night. Instead NBC and ABC aired competing town halls. See how the candidates answered similar questions that night.
When business slowed early in the pandemic, West Paw made masks for hospitals. Now, the company is back to its core business of making recyclable dog toys as demand rises.
CNN political analyst Carl Bernstein reacts to NBC hosting President Trump's town hall at the same time ABC is scheduled to host Joe Biden's television event.
Americans filed another 898,000 first-time jobless claims last week on a seasonally-adjusted basis. That's up 53,000 from the prior week. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Mario Gabelli, chairman & CEO of Gamco Investors, shares his thoughts on which sectors of the economy can bounce back in 2021, potentially after a Covid-19 vaccine is released.
In lieu of a debate, President Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be participating in competing prime-time town hall events. CNN Media Analyst Bill Carter says having them at the same time "makes no sense."
The US attorney tasked by Attorney General William Barr to review instances of "unmasking" done around the 2016 election has completed the probe without bringing any charges, people familiar with the matter told The Washington Post. CNN's Don Lemon discusses with commentator Amanda Carpenter.
Thousands of small businesses have shuttered since the start of the pandemic in March. CNN's Phil Mattingly speaks with one woman who had to close her restaurant for good but saw her second business take off.
In place of the cancelled presidential debate, Joe Biden is scheduled to join a town hall on ABC, and President Trump is in talks for a town hall on NBC. Oliver Darcy points out that the TV audience for the dueling town halls will be much lower than the combined audience for the debate would have been.
Tom Friedman, writer for The New York Times, says President Trump is running a campaign on two tracks which include conservative media and voter suppression.
CNN media reporter Oliver Darcy criticizes Dr. Marc Siegel's Fox News interview with President Donald Trump for Siegel's "softball questions" on the President's Covid-19 infection.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin "may" offer a proposal priced higher than Speaker Nancy Pelosi's most recent offer of $2.2 trillion.
'SNL' took on the Vice Presidential debate with Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris, Beck Bennett as Mike Pence, and a starring turn from the famous housefly.
'SNL' turned a subdued Vice Presidential debate into a somewhat livelier satire, including a psychedelic section featuring the famous housefly.
CNN's Brian Stelter weighs in on President Trump's objection to the Commission on Presidential Debates' decision to turn the scheduled October 15 debate into a remote broadcast.
Late-night hosts Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon look at some of the Vice President debate moments.
Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic rival Sen. Kamala Harris debate transparency from President Donald Trump over his taxes during the only vice presidential debate of the 2020 election. Check out more CNN debate coverage here.
Flight attendants record emotional goodbyes after nearly 32,000 airline workers were furloughed following industry job cuts.
It's no secret that the US Postal Service has been losing money for a long time, but that's not entirely its fault. Here are the real reasons it's in the red.
After President Donald Trump returned to the White House just days after starting coronavirus treatment at Walter Reed medical center, he removed his mask for a photo-op despite rising cases among White House staffers.
Dr. George Yancopoulos, Regeneron's president and chief scientific officer, says they are joining forces with Roche to increase production to meet potential demand for their experimental antibody cocktail.
The New York Times White House correspondent Michael Shear tested positive for Covid-19. He says the White House has not reached out to him for contact tracing efforts.
Torani makes flavored syrups used at many coffee shops. During the pandemic, the company initially struggled before finding growth in online and grocery sales.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports that President Trump was seen reshooting his entrance into the White House without a mask after returning from Walter Reed medical center where he was treated for coronavirus.
Two former Reagan staffers reflect on the importance of presidential transparency. David Gergen, who briefed the public at the podium the day Reagan was shot, says that "the most important lesson it to tell the public the hard truths, unvarnished truths, and do it in a confident way." Former assistant press secretary Mark Weinberg also weighs in.
Flight attendants record emotional goodbyes after nearly 32,000 airline workers were furloughed following industry job cuts.
CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with CNN's John King about why people should quarantine for 14 days after coming into contact with someone who has contracted Covid-19.
The US economy added 661,000 jobs in September, a slowdown from over the summer. The unemployment rate fell to 7.9% - the highest it's been ahead of a presidential election since the government started tracking the monthly rate in 1948.
Global markets and US stock futures were roiled by news that President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
Fox News anchor and debate moderator Chris Wallace says President Trump is largely to blame for an unruly and frustrating first presidential debate.
A hardware failure has caused the Tokyo Stock Exchange to completely halt trading for an entire day for the first time in its history. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
President Donald Trump has expressed doubt over the reasons for climate change while Joe Biden has called it an "existential threat."
Another 837,000 workers filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week, on a seasonally adjusted basis. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
CNN's John Avlon goes over President Trump's past chances to speak out against white supremacy in America, and how often he balked at opportunities, and did not like it when he actually did.
JPMorgan's Samantha Azzarello joins host Alison Kosik with post-debate strategy for your portfolio. Plus, Harry's CEO Jeff Raider on how the razor industry disruptor pivoted during the pandemic. And Indeed Chief economist Jed Kolko will talk jobs ahead of the September employment report.
Samantha Azzarello, JPM Global Market Strategist, says investors should consider investing in international stocks, particularly in China.
"Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade and other Fox News personalities offered advice to President Trump after his first debate performance against Joe Biden.
Walmart has redesigned its stores to make in-person shopping more integrated with its app. See the new design here.
Job postings are down in most large cities. But Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Indeed, says driving and warehouse jobs have begun to bounce back.
Dr. Anthony Fauci addressed tensions between medical experts on the White House Coronavirus Task Force in an interview with CNN's Brian Stelter.
The New York Times pulls back the curtain to tell a story at odds with the public persona Trump worked so hard to create. CNN's Christine Romans reports on the tax bombshell.
The need for meals from New York food banks is soaring amid the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.
Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr., co-chair for The Commission on Presidential Debates, explains the role of moderators during the presidential and vice presidential debates.
BTS, the K-Pop boy band sensation, gave an intimate performance of their latest hit, "Dynamite," for NPR's "Tiny Desk" concert series.
President Donald Trump responds to a New York Times report stating he has paid no federal income taxes whatsoever in 10 of the past 15 years beginning in 2000.
Another 870,000 workers filed first-time claims for unemployment benefits on a seasonally adjusted basis. That was up very slightly from the previous week. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
How will the markets look ahead of the elections? Not great according to Mike Novogratz, founder & CEO of Galaxy Digital Holdings. Here's why he feels like the market is reminiscent of 1999's infamous tech bubble.
A wireless electric roadway in Israel will power some public buses as part of a pilot program to test a new green transportation technology.
Faced with a surge in coronavirus cases, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new measures to combat the virus in England, including restrictions - enforceable by the police - on how people can socialize. CNN's Scott McLean reports from Westminster.
Ren Zhiqiang, a retired real-estate tycoon with close ties to senior Chinese officials, disappeared in March after he allegedly penned a scathing essay criticizing President Xi Jinping's response to the coronavirus epidemic.
Rising Covid-19 infections around the world, gridlock in Washington, and a selloff in tech stocks. CNN's Julia Chatterley breaks down what investors are grappling with.
Nikola founder Trevor Milton has stepped down as executive chairman after a short seller accused the hydrogen and electric truck startup of misleading investors and overstating the value of a business deal. CNN's Paul R. La Monica reports.
At a rally in Minnesota, President Donald Trump mocked the moment MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi was injured while covering George Floyd protests in May.
Former Washington Post editor Leonard Downie Jr. discusses the media's coverage of President Trump in the lead up to the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of The New York Times' 1619 Project, says she's received threats and that she didn't expect Trump would be arguing against the project.
President Donald Trump mocked an American news anchor for being shot with a rubber bullet during George Floyd protests in May, calling it a "beautiful thing" during a political rally in Minnesota.
Actor Jim Carrey will play Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden on this season of "Saturday Night Live," NBC announced.
Weekly jobless claims decline to 860,000 but the improvements have been slow and the jobs recovery is running out of steam. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Former President Barack Obama is appealing to young voters with viral quarantine trends like the "Renegade" dance and sourdough bread. Young people will likely be pivotal in the 2020 election.
The Federal Reserve committed to do more to help the US economic recovery, promising more asset purchases and lower interest rates for even longer than it previously expected. CNN's Cristina Alesci reports.
Former White House Director of Communications Anthony Scaramucci speaks to CNN's Alison Kosik about President Trump's "obsession" with the stock market.
CNN's Paul R. La Monica reports on the cloud data firm that has the backing of Berkshire Hathaway and Salesforce.
Here's how Imperfect Foods, a grocery delivery service specializing in oddly shaped food at a discount, is successfully navigating the pandemic.
Amazon is expanding its workforce, hiring 100,000 new employees to support a surge in online shopping amid the ongoing pandemic. CNN's Matt Egan reports on what that means for small businesses.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates says the Food and Drug Administration lost credibility following their handling of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta weighs in.
CNN's John Defterios speaks with OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo about the impacts of Covid-19 on the global economy.
TikTok and Oracle will become business partners in the US - a deal meant to satisfy the Trump administration's national security concerns, according to a person familiar with the matter. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
CNN's Brian Stelter talks to President Trump's niece and author of a tell-all book about her family, Mary Trump.
CNN's Jake Tapper breaks down why Disney thanking Chinese authorities in the credits of the company's newest blockbuster "Mulan" is problematic.
The cast of beloved 1987 cult classic "The Princess Bride" is reuniting for a virtual table read of the script to raise money for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. Rob Reiner, the film's director, and star Cary Elwes join CNN's Ana Cabrera to discuss the film's place in today's political climate.
William Lynch, president and director of Peloton, says the pandemic 'has been tailwinds for us" and thinks the home fitness experience "wins long term."
The third phase of clinical trials of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine has begun after the country registered the vaccine in August before completing the trials -- a move that has drawn criticism. CNN's Matthew Chance goes inside the critical final trials.
In January 2019, Netflix pulled an episode of "Patriot Act" from the streaming service in Saudi Arabia after it criticized the official account of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death. Netflix Co-CEO Reed Hastings said, it was a "very difficult decision," adding that the company was able to keep the episode up in Saudi Arabia on YouTube but not on Netflix.
Citigroup's new CEO Jane Fraser sat down with CNN's Poppy Harlow back in 2018 to talk about being a female executive and her ambitions for the future.
Netflix Co-CEO Reed Hastings says marriage counseling not only helped him in his marriage, it also benefited his professional life as well.
Another 884,000 Americans filed for first-time jobless aid on a seasonally adjusted basis last week. The number of claims filed was unchanged from the prior week. CNN's Paul R. La Monica reports.
The US shale boom has come to an abrupt halt as Covid-19 undermined prices and forced hundreds of big and small companies into bankruptcy. CNN's John Defterios explores the impact.
General Motors and Nikola are teaming up to work on the Nikola Badger, a fully electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric pickup truck. Nikola CEO Trevor Milton says GM will help engineer the truck.
LVMH says the threat of US tariffs on French products has forced it to scrap its planned acquisition of Tiffany, which would have been the biggest luxury goods deal in history. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.
CNN's Cristina Alesci reports on a Wall Street analyst's research note sent to clients citing a series of tweets by an ophthalmologist whose claim is not supported by credible scientific research.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo claimed that President Donald Trump "caused" the coronavirus outbreak in New York by not banning travel from Europe sooner.
Jelly Belly is having a 'Willy Wonka'-inspired contest, where someone will win a candy factory.
Disney has publicly thanked a Chinese government agency accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang for its help in making "Mulan" — a revelation that has provoked a storm of criticism online. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
SoftBank's shares plunged as investors reacted to reports that the Japanese conglomerate has been making massive bets on major tech stocks. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
In another sign of recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, cinemas in China are reopening to screen delayed summer Hollywood blockbusters. CNN's David Culver joins eager fans in a Beijing cinema for the highly anticipated film"Tenet."
Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities says working from home has "accelerated tech names from a growth perspective, one to two years." He remains bullish on tech despite the massive drop.
The economy is still down 11.5 million jobs since Covid-19 hit. The unemployment rate fell to 8.4%. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky joins CNN's Richard Quest to discuss the company's continued plans to go public in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
CNN's Don Lemon, White House correspondent John Harwood and Lt. General Mark Hertling (Ret.) discuss the recent article in "The Atlantic" that says President Trump has consistently made disparaging remarks about the US military.
Another 881,000 Americans filed initial claims for unemployment benefits last week on a seasonally adjusted basis. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Burger King has been working on new restaurant designs for years, but the coronavirus pandemic has sped up its plans to roll out contactless features. See its three-lane drive-thru and "burger lockers" of the future.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick stars in Subway's first NFL commercial. The sandwich chain made a donation to Belichick's youth sports foundation as part of the partnership.
United Airlines executive chairman Oscar Munoz tells CNN's Matt Egan how the Latino community plays a central role in the US economic recovery.
As the stock market and some companies thrive, many small business owners continue to struggle six months into the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports.
Coronavirus may be deadlier in men but the economic fallout is hitting women harder. One of the reasons for this is that the crisis has impacted sectors where women's employment is concentrated, like healthcare and hospitality. Isa Soares reports.
United Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines are permanently eliminating most change fees as demand for air travel has fallen significantly since the start of the pandemic.
United Airlines executive chairman Oscar Munoz explains why the airline industry can expect to see lots of furloughs and payroll cuts up to 50% "for some time."
Companies can stop withholding employees' payroll taxes starting September 1, although workers will have to pay the taxes by the end of April 2021. CNN's Christine Romans breaks down the Treasury Department's new guidance.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has purchased stakes in Japan's five leading trading companies - a combined value of more than $6 billion. CNN's Paul R. La Monica reports.
As the list of companies offering flexible work schedules grows, the businesses and infrastructure that supported office workers in major cities could crumble.
CNN's Jon Sarlin explains why just looking at the stock market at a time of mass unemployment isn't good enough.
Brian Stelter speaks to CNN fact-checker Daniel Dale, who went viral after fact-checking the Republican National Convention.
Yale philosophy professor Jason Stanley explains why he claims President Donald Trump's politics are akin to fascism, a political movement based around a leader.
Strong winds from Hurricane Laura caused surface water on the Mississippi River to change direction.
CNN's Daniel Dale fact checks President Donald Trump's speech at the fourth and final night of the 2020 Republican National Convention, where Trump officially accepted the Republican nomination for the upcoming presidential election.
President Trump's convention speech making the case for his reelection was lower-rated than his challenger Joe Biden's speech one week before, according to overnight Nielsen ratings. CNN's Brian Stelter explains.
The Federal Reserve indicated it won't rush to lift interest rates, even if inflation starts to pick up.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested it was not surprising that the teenager arrested in connection to a shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, allegedly took up arms and tried to "maintain order" during protests.
NBA commentator Charles Barkley reacts to the Milwaukee Bucks' decision to boycott their playoff game following the police shooting of Jacob Blake in the team's home state of Wisconsin.
Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, explains the Back-to-Normal Index; a new tool built by Moody's Analytics and CNN Business that shows how states' economies are recovering.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is getting a massive shakeup to balance out the disruption from Apple's stock split. CNN's Matt Egan explains why Exxon is out and Salesforce is in.
Marco strengthened to a Category 1 hurricane and is expected to make landfall on the Louisiana coast Monday. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Laura continues to strengthen in the Caribbean. CNN meteorologist Tom Sater has the latest forecast.
CNN's Brian Stelter discusses his new book "Hoax," a behind-the-scenes look at Fox News in the Trump era, with Alisyn Camerota.
CNN Business and Moody's Analytics have partnered to create a Back-to-Normal Index. The index shows which states are closest to and furthest from returning to their pre-pandemic economies.
In their first joint interview since the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris responded to President Donald Trump's comments calling Harris "nasty."
CNN's Brian Stelter examines the relationship between President Donald Trump and Fox News in his new book, "Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth."
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