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YouTube assigning workers to review videos to avoid another Logan Paul-type disaster

In the wake of the Logan Paul controversy, YouTube is trying to reassure advertisers by pledging to "manually review" a significant chunk of the videos on its website. More>>

CFPB says it will reconsider its rule on payday lending

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has taken the first step to killing or revising the payday lending rule it finalized only a few months ago. More>>

Trump hotels swarmed with 's***hole' reviews on Yelp

Five days ago, the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC had an average Yelp rating of 4 out of 5 stars. As of today, that average had dropped two full stars after hundreds of reviews describing the hotel as a... More>>

More than 20 states sue to stop FCC's net neutrality repeal

The future of how the internet is regulated could be decided in court. More>>

How New York's governor wants to get around the SALT cap

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the federal government just lobbed an "economic missile" at New York by limiting tax filers' state and local tax deduction. More>>

GE could break itself apart as cash crisis deepens

General Electric, once America's most successful conglomerate, could break itself apart. More>>

Bitcoin sinks 20%

Bitcoin tumbled about 20% Tuesday. More>>

Fox News shelved story on Trump and porn actress Stormy Daniels before election

Fox News had a story at the height of the presidential election that detailed an alleged sexual relationship between porn actress Stephanie Clifford -- whose stage name is "Stormy Daniels" -- and Donald Trump, but opted... More>>

Dow 26,000: The stock market is a runaway freight train

Seven trading days. That's how long it took the Dow to rocket from 25,000 to 26,000. More>>

Mercedes finally updates 40-year-old SUV. But you might not notice

The antique look of the Mercedes-Benz G-class SUV is a big part of its rugged charm. So much so, in fact, that even though the 2019 version is completely new, Mercedes designers have made sure it still looks old. More>>

Nestle selling U.S. candy brands to Nutella company

Nestle is selling nearly $3 billion worth of its U.S. candy brands, including Butterfinger, BabyRuth and Nerds, to Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, according to the companies. More>>

Contraceptive app under fire for unwanted pregnancies

A contraceptive app is under fire after more than three dozen users experienced unplanned pregnancies. More>>

GE takes a $6 billion hit from its financial business

General Electric can't escape its troubled past. More>>

Killing NAFTA would cost 300,000 American jobs, analysis says

If President Trump tears up NAFTA, you'll notice the impact. More>>

PBS series to explore charting course for #MeToo movement

PBS will explore issues surrounding sexual harassment and assault -- with an emphasis on a path forward -- in a five-part series titled "#MeToo, Now What?," scheduled to premiere in February. More>>

Wall Street titan to CEOs: It's not just about the money

Larry Fink, the chief executive of BlackRock, has a message for major companies: Do more to help society. More>>

Google plans to expand undersea cables

The fight for the cloud is taking place under the ocean. More>>

A bond sell-off could be 'Armageddon' for the market

The stock market keeps hitting record highs because of a potent cocktail of strong earnings and solid global economic growth. The corporate tax cut is a nice little chaser. More>>

Here's what Americans are spending on weddings

It's no secret that weddings aren't cheap. More>>

'Emoji Movie' and popcorn: The cinema experience returns to Saudi Arabia

Hollywood fans in Saudi Arabia are getting a taste of things to come. More>>

How a refugee created 3,500 jobs in Britain

Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia knows the power of immigration. More>>

The importance of having women on professional stages

People call them "manels" -- an all-male panel seen at conferences or work events, discussing everything from technology to health care to (ironically) gender equality. More>>

Supermarket chain to ban plastic packaging within 5 years

Is this the beginning of the end for plastic? More>>

Ford's most powerful street car ever: New 700 horsepower Mustang

The new Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 will have over 700 horsepower, making it be the most powerful street-legal production car the company has ever made. More>>

Millions more Americans were uninsured in 2017

Millions more Americans were uninsured at the end of 2017, the first increase since the Affordable Care Act went into effect. More>>

McDonald's is going green

McDonald's has pledged to make its packaging and restaurants more Earth-friendly. More>>

America is missing out on a tourism boom

The United States is missing out on a major tourism boom. More>>

Citigroup reports virtually no gap in gender or racial pay

Citigroup says its female employees are paid 99% of what their male coworkers make, but the company says it's working to close the pay gap. More>>

Google app matches your face to a famous painting

Are you more of a Botticelli or a Van Gogh? More>>

With CHIP funds running low, doctors and parents scramble to cover kids' needs

Dr. Mahendra Patel, a pediatric cancer doctor, has begun giving away medications to some of his patients. He's determined not to disrupt their treatments for serious illnesses, like leukemia, should Congress fail to come... More>>

Airbnb now lets you pay less up front for your rental

Airbnb is trying to make paying for trips more flexible. More>>

Global stocks boom: Hong Kong hits record closing high

Hong Kong is joining the global stock market party. More>>

Dow near 26,000; BP losses; U.S. dollar weakness

1. Dow 26,000: U.S. markets appear to be headed for a strong open on Tuesday. More>>

Computers are getting better than humans at reading

The robots are coming, and they can read. More>>

Amid criticism over Aziz Ansari piece, Babe editor stands by story

Amid all the debate over an anonymous woman's account of a sexual encounter with Aziz Ansari, the editors at who published the story have remained quiet. More>>

Venezuela president offers pregnant women $3.83 a month

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is giving pregnant women a little extra cash. More>>

Why you'll want to double check your paycheck in February

You've probably heard by now that the new tax reform bill will hit your paycheck as soon as February. But the change may not accurately reflect your ultimate tax bill. More>>

CVS vows to stop altering the images it uses to sell beauty products

CVS wants women to be able browse for lipstick and moisturizer without worrying whether their lips are full enough or their forehead is smooth enough. More>>

'West Wing' stars to hold one night only reading of 'All the President's Men'

Actors from one of the most famous political television shows of all time will read one of the most famous political stories of all time. More>>

Will U.S. shale ruin the oil party (again)?

Crude oil is hotter this year than the Dow, the Nasdaq and even bitcoin. More>>

This desert reservoir could fill 10,000 Olympic swimming pools

The oil rich-emirate of Abu Dhabi is storing a vital resource in the desert: water. More>>

Ford brings back the Ranger

The Ford Ranger is back. More>>

Why the U.S. dollar isn't so mighty anymore

It's been a tough start to 2018 for the greenback. More>>

Trump's India partner sees 'overwhelming' interest in apartments

Apartments carrying the Trump brand are selling like hotcakes on the outskirts of India's capital. More>>

What to do when your boss is a bully

Your boss is terrorizing you -- but not in the way that's been making headlines lately. More>>

Ford announces the Mach 1: A high-performance electric SUV

Ford said it plans to start selling an all-electric high-performance SUV in 2020 called the Mach 1. More>>

The Oprah effect: The many careers she helped launch

You get a career! You get a career! You get a career! More>>

Bozoma Saint John: I'm on a 'personal mission' to help fix Uber

Bozoma Saint John isn't going to save Uber from its corporate culture problems. More>>

ICE pledges immigration crackdown on businesses. Here's what it looks like

Last summer, roughly 800 undocumented workers at Cloverhill Bakery in Chicago were let go after immigration agents discovered that many of them had used fake or stolen papers to secure their jobs. More>>

Honda Accord wins Car of the Year

The Honda Accord won Car of the Year on Monday at the Detroit Auto Show. More>>

New York City to Exxon: Pay up for climate change costs

New York City delivered a powerful blow to the fossil fuel industry by launching a climate change lawsuit against the biggest oil companies and promising to dump billions of dollars of fossil fuel stocks. More>>

SoftBank may split in two to focus on tech bets

Masayoshi Son made a name for himself with blockbuster bets on companies like Alibaba and Uber. But the next big move by the billionaire founder of SoftBank could be much closer to home. More>>

Construction firm with 43,000 employees collapses

A major British construction company is going into liquidation after failing to secure a financial lifeline. More>>

Vogue publisher drops Bruce Weber and Mario Testino over misconduct allegations

Conde Nast is cutting ties with two famous fashion photographers, Bruce Weber and Mario Testino, after The New York Times published disturbing allegations about both men. More>>

Reuters chief says journalists jailed in Myanmar need the public

Reuters Editor-in-Chief Stephen Adler says two journalists facing 14 years in a Myanmar prison need the public's attention. More>>

White House attacks WSJ over Trump interview

Did President Trump say "I have" or "I'd have?" More>>

Don't be fooled. Wall Street, not Main Street, is the big tax winner

1. Main Street vs. Wall Street: President Trump has promised that the tax overhaul will be "fantastic for the middle-income people" of America. More>>

Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey are off Disney's board

Two high profile tech executives are leaving Disney's board of directors over potential conflicts of interest. More>>

Bill Murray debuts his Steve Bannon on 'SNL'

Steve Bannon is no longer a grim reaper on "Saturday Night Live." More>>

H&M closes all its stores in South Africa after protests

H&M stores across South Africa were shuttered Saturday. Local media reported that destructive protesters had swarmed several locations. More>>

James O'Keefe says Trump asked him to go on birther-linked mission

Donald Trump in 2013 asked James O'Keefe, the controversial conservative filmmaker, if he could "get inside" Columbia University and obtain President Obama's sealed college records, according to a passage in O'Keefe's... More>>

Airbus built a lot of planes for China last year - but can't deliver them

Airbus needs China's blessing on its newest jetliners. And without it, undelivered planes are piling up at its factories in France and Germany. More>>

20-Year-old Florida man claims $450 million lottery jackpot

A 20-year-old in Florida has hit the jackpot. More>>

Viacom, CBS up amid merger discussions

Shares in Viacom and CBS jumped Friday after a report that the sibling media companies might be reunited once again. More>>

Chris Matthews apologizes for making joke about 'Bill Cosby pill'

MSNBC host Chris Matthews apologized Friday after video footage surfaced showing him making a racy joke prior to an interview with Hillary Clinton. More>>

Chris Cillizza: Oprah is following the path of 'a very traditional candidate'

Oprah Winfrey is a media mogul who is starting to act like a politician. More>>

Kentucky is first state ever to require Medicaid recipients to work

Kentucky will now require many of its Medicaid recipients to work for their benefits, the first time ever a state has been permitted to impose such a provision. More>>

The new Facebook News Feed is rattling Wall Street

Facebook's changes to your News Feed are rattling Wall Street. More>>

Mark Zuckerberg is fighting to save Facebook

If there's one thing Mark Zuckerberg has consistently excelled at as Facebook's CEO, it's destroying his enemies. More>>

Retailers: Best holiday shopping season since '10

A very tough year for retailers ended better than they could have ever expected. More>>

Patch for Spectre, Meltdown causing problems in older chips

Intel said Thursday its patches for vulnerable processors are causing some computers using its older chips to reboot more often. More>>

No political interference in Treasury's tax analysis, report finds

A review has found no improper political interference in a Treasury Department analysis of the Trump administration tax plan. More>>

Wells Fargo plans to close 800 more branches by 2020

Wells Fargo, scrambling to cut costs and offset soaring legal expenses, plans to pull the plug on 800 more bank branches by 2020. More>>

Pornographic malware found in Android apps for kids

Google has removed from its Google Play Store more than 60 gaming apps, many seemingly targeted at kids, that contained malware that showed pornographic ads. More>>

Men and women have different financial regrets. Here's how to slay them

Men and women aren't too far apart on their financial expectations, but their biggest financial regrets diverge. More>>

T. Boone Pickens is calling it quits

T. Boone Pickens, the iconic oil and natural gas investor, is getting out of the business he helped shape since the 1950s. More>>

Planet Fitness is winning by charging $10 a month

Planet Fitness is becoming one of America's favorite gyms. More>>

In booming economies, food banks are busier than ever

Robbie Rodriguez works two jobs and makes a decent living. He also uses a food bank to help feed his family. More>>

'Shithole' to racist: One word from Trump gets newsrooms talking about another

President Trump's vulgar remarks about immigrants forced newsrooms to decide whether to bleep the most powerful man in America. More>>

Jeff Bezos is helping send 1,000 Dreamers to college

Jeff Bezos is helping 1,000 Dreamers go to college. More>>

The ETF explosion is great news for this Wall Street firm

Buying and selling individual stocks or actively managed mutual funds that charge big fees is so 20th century. More>>

What America can learn from cities with super-low unemployment

In one sense, Ames, Iowa, has something any other city might envy: An unemployment rate of 1.5%, the lowest in America. More>>

Wells Fargo's legal troubles drown out huge tax windfall

Wells Fargo's legal troubles won't go away. More>>

Some of the companies giving out raises and bonuses because of tax reform

American corporations are chipper about tax reform. That's been great news for some workers. More>>

What Davos wants to hear from Trump

President Trump spent most of his election campaign and first year in office blasting globalization. Now he's decided to attend its biggest annual celebration: the World Economic Forum in Davos. More>>

Trump may weaken 'outdated' rules that force banks to lend to the poor

Imagine having a great credit score and being denied for a mortgage just because you live in a low-income neighborhood. More>>

Delta flies into China trouble over Tibet and Taiwan

Delta Air Lines is facing political headwinds in China. More>>

Colbert, Kimmel and late night tackle Trump's 'shithole countries' remark

Hosts like Jimmy Kimmel have dealt with many bizarre moments from the Trump White House. Yet, late night hosts on Thursday night seemed more perplexed than usual while discussing the president's latest comments regarding... More>>

U.K. hospital crisis: Why can't a rich economy fund its health care?

A spike in winter-related illnesses in the U.K. is pushing its hospitals over the edge. More>>

Global backlash spreads over Apple slowing down iPhones

Apple is facing legal action around the world for deliberately slowing down older iPhones. More>>

Your next car could be more expensive if Trump gets his way on NAFTA

Car prices could become more expensive if the Trump administration gets its way in the renegotiation of NAFTA. More>>

Mnuchin still won't commit to putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is in no rush to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. More>>

Foxconn land dispute: Property owners are furious

A group of Wisconsin property owners are suing in federal court over local government efforts to take their land as part of the incentive package for a Foxconn factory there. More>>

JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon gushes about tax cuts

You can count JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon as another big fan of President Trump's corporate tax cut -- even though it cost his company more than $2 billion last quarter. More>>

China's surging exports widen trade surplus with U.S.

China's exporters have had a blockbuster year. More>>

GM just introduced a self-driving car without a steering wheel

For 110 years, General Motors has been making cars with steering wheels and pedals. But that just changed. More>>

Bank earnings; Surging stocks; Iran deadline

1. Bank earnings bonanza: JPMorgan and Wells Fargo are set to report fourth quarter earnings on Friday morning. More>>

'Fire and Fury' publisher says 1.4 million copies have been ordered

Move over "Harry Potter" -- more copies of "Fire and Fury" are here. More>>

Google is doing away with Chrome's parental control program

Parents, take note: Google will begin phasing out a parental controls program on its Chrome browser this Friday. More>>

63 Sam's Club stores are closing their doors

Sam's Club is shutting down 63 stores, and some employees and customers say it did so without warning. More>>

Facebook to show more content from friends, less from publishers and brands

Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to devote 2018 to "fixing" Facebook. More>>

Fiat Chrysler will move Ram production to Michigan from Mexico

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is feeling good about tax reform. So good that it says it's moving some of its truck production from Mexico to Michigan. More>>

BJ's to laid off Sam's Club employees: We're hiring

BJ's Wholesale Club has a message for employees who got laid off from Sam's Club: Come work for us. More>>

Carrier plant Trump pledged to save lays off another 215 workers

Thursday is the last day of work for 215 employees at a Carrier plant in Indianapolis made famous when then President-elect Trump struck a deal to stop the factory from moving to Mexico. More>>

Tax cuts risk overheating U.S. economy, warns Fed official

New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley is worried the new tax cuts could risk overheating the U.S. economy in the next few years. More>>

Walmart is raising its minimum wage and handing out tax cut bonuses

Walmart is raising its minimum wage and handing out tax cut bonuses because of the new Republican tax law. More>>

Trump administration allows states to make Medicaid recipients work

The Trump administration will allow states for the first time to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients. More>>

Early iPhone designer calls on Apple to curb tech addiction

Many of us are never far from our smartphones. We talk to friends, share photos and information, and check notifications constantly. More>>

Washington Post reporter who spoke at liberal event put on leave

A Washington Post reporter who came under fire late last year for participating in a liberal conference has been put on leave by the newspaper, CNN has learned. More>>

Treasury: 90% of wage earners will likely see higher take-home pay

The U.S. Treasury and the IRS on Thursday put out new guidance and withholding tables for employers that incorporate changes from the new tax law. More>>

Do we really need a self-driving on-demand corner store?

Thanks to on-demand apps like Instacart and Caviar, you can pretty much have any food you desire delivered to your door 24 hours a day. More>>

I drove the Tesla Model 3 and it's not 'mainstream'

People often say that the Tesla Model 3 is aimed at "mainstream" car buyers. If that's true, then Tesla has terrible aim. More>>

'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee' renewed for two new seasons

Samantha Bee will be on TV for the next presidential election. More>>

MoneyGram is testing a pilot with a hot crypotcurrency

MoneyGram is testing a pilot program with one of the most popular cryptocurrencies. More>>

These companies want to help with your New Year's resolutions

A new year means making resolutions. Including the classics -- eating better and exercising more. More>>

Flight problems? Now American Airlines will fork over extra miles on the spot

Is your plane seat broken? Perhaps the meal you ordered isn't available or your entertainment system isn't working. More>>

How graduate students pay for school

When Zerleen Quader was applying to Ph.D. programs in epidemiology, she sought out a college that would cover the cost of her tuition. More>>

I just quit my job. Should I take my 401(k) with me?

Should you roll over your retirement plan to your new job (and pay the rollover fee) or let it stay put and incur administrative fees? --Lyra More>>

It's been forever since stocks took a tumble

Even the best marathon runners need to take a breather eventually. More>>

China blocks Marriott for listing Tibet and Taiwan as countries

Marriott is suffering the consequences after making a major political misstep in China. More>>

Trump administration slaps tariffs on Canadian paper

President Trump's trade team is getting tougher on Canada. More>>

Stocks that Trump trashed on Twitter are soaring

Want to buy a stock that's a sure winner? One money manager jokingly suggests looking for companies that President Trump has bashed on Twitter. More>>

Journalist says she started notorious list of allegations against men in the media

A journalist has come forward to say she was the person who started a high-profile list of men in the media industry who are alleged to have acted inappropriately toward women. More>>

India slaps PwC with 2-year audit ban

One of the world's top accounting firms has been banned from auditing listed companies in India for two years. More>>

Trump appointee may give McDonald's a break in landmark labor case

The Trump administration is moving to undo the actions of former President Obama on almost every front, and now it's happening with breathtaking speed at an agency charged with protecting worker rights. More>>

Why workers are saying 'I quit!'

Money talks. And it's also a main reason employees walk. More>>

Bitcoin-crazy South Korea may face a ban on cryptocurrency trading

Bitcoin trading could soon be outlawed in one of the virtual currency's biggest markets. More>>

China is America's biggest foreign creditor. Could it turn off the tap?

Investors are getting worried about what America's biggest foreign creditor might do next. More>>

Xerox deal talk; Bumpy bitcoin; Delta earnings

1. Stock enthusiasm wanes: After a terrific start to the year, enthusiasm in U.S. stock markets seems to have waned a bit. More>>

Will enough tax be withheld from your paycheck? Good question

Here's a question you'll be asking yourself in the coming weeks: Is my employer withholding too little or too much in taxes from my paycheck? More>>

Sony's robot dog has learned some new tricks

Sony's iconic robotic dog Aibo can now dance, find a bone and recognize people in your family. More>>

Use iCloud in China? Prepare to share your data with a state-run firm

Users of Apple's iCloud services in China are being forced to share their data with a state-run Chinese company. More>>

This VR glove startup wants you to touch virtual worlds

Virtual reality lets you see and explore fantasy worlds. But with today's technology, you can't actually touch or feel anything in them. More>>

YouTube punishes Logan Paul for 'suicide forest' video

YouTube is punishing one of its most popular creators, Logan Paul, after he posted footage of a dead body to his channel. More>>

CES 2018: Blackout at tech's biggest show

The largest consumer electronics show in the world has found itself in the dark. More>>

Virgin Hyperloop One's CEO bets on Richard Branson's star power

Virgin Hyperloop One has shaken up its leadership with a famous name as it defines its place in the future of transportation. More>>

Business leaders to Congress: DACA's 'valuable talent' at risk

Big business is putting more pressure on Congress to protect America's Dreamers. More>>

Breitbart after Steve Bannon

It's difficult to imagine Breitbart without Steve Bannon. More>>

Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury" debuts at No. 1 on The New York Times' best sellers list

Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" is debuting at No. 1 on The New York Times' best sellers list. More>>

Trump calls for review of libel laws (again) in his latest salvo against free press

President Trump has complained about the nation's libel laws and tried to stop the publication of a book by threatening to sue the publisher. Meanwhile, one of his longtime lawyers has filed a defamation suit against... More>>

Ohio man indicted for creating malware to spy on Americans for 13 years

A 28-year-old Ohio man was indicted for digitally spying on people for more than 13 years. More>>

95 Million are still out of the workforce, and it's still a misleading number

The economy did very well during President Trump's first year: 2 million new jobs, the lowest unemployment in 17 years, accelerating economic growth, booming stock market. More>>

Toyota and Mazda to build $1.6 billion joint plant in Alabama

Toyota and Mazda plan to build a $1.6 billion auto assembly plant in Huntsville, Alabama that will employ 4,000 workers. More>>

Customers sue Ford over alleged emissions cheating

A new customer lawsuit alleges Ford rigged certain Super Duty diesel pickups to cheat on emissions tests. More>>

Diet Coke's new cans and flavors are Millennial-friendly

Good news, Millennials: Diet Coke is introducing four new flavors that are sure to tickle your taste buds. More>>

ICE immigration officers swoop in on 7-Elevens nationwide

Immigration enforcement officers are making 7-Eleven stores a target in their crackdown on employers who hire undocumented immigrants. More>>

Millions of Medicaid recipients already work

The Trump administration is about to start letting states require many Medicaid recipients to work for their benefits. More>>

GoPro CEO: We're 'absolutely' open to selling company

GoPro CEO and Founder Nick Woodman said his company is open to a sale. More>>

Mine closing wipes out many of Trump's coal job gains

Despite many promises from President Trump that he would bring back coal jobs, the industry has only added 500 jobs, or a 1% increase, during his first year in office. More>>

Sears had a miserable, miserable Christmas

Sears is scrambling to raise cash and cut costs after an absolutely miserable holiday season. More>>

IRS needs more money to implement the new tax law

A new tax law means millions of people will have questions about their taxes. Problem is, there won't be enough people at the IRS to answer them ... unless lawmakers boost the agency's funding. More>>

Ford CEO: NAFTA needs "modernization"

Ford CEO James Hackett says the Trump administration has the right intentions as it's renegotiating NAFTA. More>>

Berkshire Hathaway prepares for life after Warren Buffett

It's always good to be Warren Buffett. But now is an especially rosy time to be the Oracle of Omaha. More>>

Domino's CEO needs a new gig. Chipotle is hiring.

Domino's turnaround wizard is looking for his next gig. Chipotle's desperate for a leader to help it get back on track. More>>

3 Ways tax reform will hit home values

The recent surge in home values could slow thanks to the freshly passed tax overhaul. More>>

'All the Money in the World' controversy: Mark Wahlberg reportedly paid way more than Michelle Williams for reshoot

Hollywood was abuzz Wednesday with chatter about a report that said actress Michelle Williams received less than 1% of Mark Wahlberg's paycheck for reshoots of their film, "All the Money in the World." More>>

How to nail your next job interview, via text

The next time a recruiter contacts you, don't be surprised if it's by text. More>>

Russia claims win in tussle over Stoli vodka trademark

Russia has just scored a victory in its 15-year legal battle to reclaim the Stoli and Stolichnaya vodka brands. More>>

India makes it easier for brands like Apple to open stores

India has just made it much easier for brands such as Apple and Gap to sell to its 1.2 billion people. More>>

Everything's near a record high. Is the market too hot?

Forget about raging bulls. This market is a runaway train. More>>

The global economy is doing great ... for now

Global economic growth is in full swing, but the party could come to an end in a couple of years. More>>

Celebrities are ditching H&M over monkey hoodie

Two musicians have cut business ties with H&M after the fashion retailer used a young black model to promote a "coolest monkey in the jungle" hoodie. More>>

Would you pay $4,000 for this high-tech treadmill?

Indoor cycling startup Peloton wants to revamp another piece of home exercise equipment: the treadmill. More>>

Lands' End is making new uniforms for American Airlines employees

American Airlines has picked Lands' End to make its new uniforms. More>>

Huawei fails to clinch smartphone deal with AT&T

Huawei's hopes that AT&T would sell its smartphones in the United States have been dashed. More>>

Stocks draw breath; Oil surges; Domino's Pizza cools

1. Taking a breather?: U.S. stock futures are pointing down Wednesday after a breathtaking run in recent days. More>>

3 TVs that could change how you watch movies

Televisions often aren't very exciting. They're flat black rectangles you tend to forget about when a show or movie starts playing. More>>

Twitter misses Senate deadline on Russian meddling

Twitter missed a Senate Intelligence Committee deadline to answer questions about Russian meddling in the 2016 election and its platform, Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the committee, said Tuesday. More>>

Amid Logan Paul controversy, YouTube explores 'further consequences'

YouTube says it is looking into "further consequences" for Logan Paul, the user who recently posted a video showing a dead body. More>>

Most PCs will get slower because of the chip flaw fix

The good news: Microsoft is updating your PC to protect against a major microchip security flaw. More>>

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