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Facebook investigating employee's links to Cambridge Analytica

Facebook told CNN it is looking into ties between one of its current employees and Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data firm that worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign and was suspended by Facebook on Friday. More>>

James Comey's book is already a best seller, with Trump's help

With an assist from President Trump, James Comey's book is surging on the best sellers list. More>>

Beyond passwords: Companies use fingerprints and digital behavior to ID employees

More companies are ditching passwords and using fingerprints and other biometrics to stop hackers. More>>

Biggest lottery jackpots in U.S. history

Another eye-popping lottery prize of $456.7 million was claimed over the weekend, cracking our list of the 20 largest jackpots in US history. More>>

Trade fights loom over G20 meeting in Argentina

Frictions over global trade are likely to escalate as finance chiefs of the Group of 20 nations arrive in Buenos Aires on Monday. More>>

Trump spending spree may speed up the Fed

1. Will the Fed pick up the pace: Everything seems to move faster in the Trump era. Perhaps even the deliberative Federal Reserve. More>>

Your Toys 'R' Us closing questions answered

A favorite shopping destination is closing its doors, and Toys "R" Us shoppers are wondering exactly how it will affect them. More>>

Facebook is again having to account for its role in 2016 election

Facebook's first black eye was from "fake news." More>>

Tinder sues dating app Bumble

Tinder's parent company Match Group is suing competitor Bumble, accusing the female-friendly dating app of patent infringement and stealing trade secrets. More>>

How Toys 'R' Us went from big kid on the block to bust

For years, Toys "R" Us was an American success story. More>>

Facebook Lite comes to the US and other developed countries

Facebook is bringing the minimalist version of its app to some developed countries, including the United States. More>>

Gina Haspel's CIA nomination prompts major correction from national news outlets

Gina Haspel's nomination to become director of the CIA has forced several news organizations to correct reporting errors made more than a year ago. More>>

Snapchat stock loses $800 million after Rihanna responds to offensive ad

Rihanna is the latest celebrity to send Snap's stock sliding. More>>

Kroger will stop selling magazines about assault rifles

Kroger is going to stop selling magazines about assault rifles, a spokeswoman for the grocery chain said on Friday. More>>

Two Nike execs leave amid complaints about work environment

Two Nike executives have resigned in the midst of complaints about the work environment. More>>

Lyft tests $199 monthly subscription plan for rides

Lyft is experimenting with a new subscription model as it tries to find more ways to end car ownership. More>>

It's not tariffs keeping American cars out of Japan, it's Japan itself

President Donald Trump may complain about American cars being locked out of the Japanese auto market but, experts say, that's not the case. More>>

AT&T-Time Warner trial: Why Corporate America is watching it so closely

The Justice Department's landmark lawsuit to block AT&T from buying Time Warner goes to trial next week. More>>

Facebook apologizes for child abuse search suggestions

Facebook apologized on Friday after its autocomplete search feature suggested video titles that described child abuse. More>>

Caterpillar could cut nearly 900 jobs

Caterpillar could eliminate nearly 900 jobs in the US and Central America, the company said on Friday. More>>

10 Years after the financial crisis, have we learned anything?

When John Taylor starts remembering the years leading up to the financial crisis, his fury wells up all over again. More>>

Hannity jabs Shep Smith in sign of rift between Fox News opinion and news

The divide between Fox News Channel's opinion programming and the network's news division boiled over into public view this week, with Sean Hannity, the face of the cable news channel's prime time lineup, and Laura... More>>

The last day to file taxes in 2018 isn't April 15. Here's why

It's a good year for those who leave their taxes to the last minute. You're getting a two-day reprieve. More>>

Local toy stores are thriving as Toys "R" Us is dying

Toys "R" Us may be closing up shop, but several independent local toy store owners say they're doing just fine. More>>

Goldman Sachs has a big gender pay gap in the UK

Women working for Goldman Sachs in the United Kingdom make 56% less on average than men. More>>

Microsoft fired about 20 employees for harassment in one year

Microsoft fired roughly 20 employees for sexual harassment complaints filed in the course of a single year, according to a memo from the company's top human resources executive. More>>

Small toy makers: Death of Toys 'R' Us leaves a 'big hole'

For many toy makers, Toys "R" Us wasn't just a store, it was a lifeline. More>>

Europe reveals long list of US exports it could hit

The European Union has published a list of hundreds of American products that it could target if President Donald Trump moves forward with new tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. More>>

Ben Fritz: How Netflix, Amazon brings 'a new heyday for film'

Netflix and Amazon aren't just streaming platforms -- they're also entertainment powerhouses whose wide offering of original content and success with films like "Mudbound" and "Manchester by the Sea" have much of Hollywood... More>>

Apple is hosting an education event on March 27

Apple is holding an education-focused event later this month to "hear creative new ideas for teachers and students." More>>

Stormy Daniels interview on '60 Minutes' set for March 25

Anderson Cooper's interview with Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels, is set to air on "60 Minutes" on Sunday, March 25. More>>

Why is L'Oreal buying a technology company?

The worlds of makeup and artificial intelligence came together on Friday. More>>

Tax deductions vs. Tax credits: A guide for simplifying your tax filing experience

If the thought of filing your taxes gives you heart palpitations and sweaty palms, fear not. More>>

Hong Kong's 'Superman' tycoon Li Ka-shing to retire at 89

Legendary business tycoon Li Ka-shing is retiring. More>>

31,000 Toys 'R' Us employees: No job and no severance

The news that Toys "R" Us is closing might conjure up wistful childhood memories for shoppers. But for the chain's 31,000 U.S. employees, it means they're out of a job. More>>

Deutsche Bank CEO: We must pay 'highly contentious' bonuses

Big bonuses are back at Deutsche Bank. Profit, meanwhile, remains elusive. More>>

We asked for your Toys 'R' Us memories. Hundreds of you replied.

Toys "R" Us may soon be no more in the United States. More>>

Steve Wynn can now sell his Wynn Resorts shares

Steve Wynn is now free to sell his stake in the massive casino business he founded. More>>

Japan's anti-monopoly watchdog raids Amazon headquarters

Japanese regulators have raided Amazon's Tokyo headquarters for the second time in two years. More>>

China is cutting its huge stash of US debt

America's biggest foreign creditor is tightening its belt. More>>

The stunning downfall of Bear Stearns and its bridge-playing CEO

Bear Stearns was on fire. And its colorful chairman, Jimmy Cayne, was playing cards. More>>

Everything is shrinking at GE except its massive debt

Almost everything about General Electric is getting smaller. That includes its business empire, its profits and, of course, its stock price. More>>

How NFL jersey sales thrived during a bad year for the league

The NFL had a rough year. But NFL gear crushed it. More>>

More Qualcomm; EU trade response; Tiffany earnings

1. Qualcomm still in the spotlight: Shares in Qualcomm were up 4% premarket after the Financial Times reported that Paul Jacobs, the former CEO and son of Qualcomm's founder, is working to raise money to take the company... More>>

Under Trump, the US government gives many foreign deals a closer look

President Donald Trump shocked the business world this week when he shut down a major technology deal because of national security concerns. More>>

Lawmakers push to put women on quarters

Throughout history, the vast majority of the faces embossed on US coins have belonged to men. But a new bipartisan bill aims to give more women a metal memorial. More>>

Elizabeth Holmes surrounded Theranos with powerful people

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, whose high-flying startup has been marred by scandal, surrounded herself with a remarkable roster of well-known people. More>>

Harper Lee's estate sues over Aaron Sorkin's 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

A battle over creative differences could jeopardize Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Broadway adaptation of "To Kill A Mockingbird." More>>

Winn-Dixie parent plans to file for bankruptcy, close 94 stores

Southeastern Grocers, the company that owns Winn-Dixie, said Thursday that it plans to file for bankruptcy and close 94 stores. More>>

What's in the Senate banking bill

Nearly a decade after the financial crisis, the Senate advanced the most significant changes yet to the 2010 Dodd-Frank regulatory reform law. More>>

No, Mr. President. The US doesn't have a trade deficit with Canada

President Trump falsely claimed the United States has a trade deficit with Canada, contradicting figures from his own administration. More>>

What Toys 'R' Us closing means for shoppers

It's the end of an era: Toys "R" Us is closing all its US stores. More>>

Despite record profits, banks are playing the victim

It's taken nearly a decade, but the regulatory pendulum is swinging back in favor of banks. More>>

Interest payments on US debt could top $1 trillion

Interest payments on US debt could quadruple to an eye-popping $1.05 trillion by 2028 if current policies stay in effect. More>>

Seth Rich's family on Fox News lawsuit: 'They took more from us with the lies'

The parents of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich spoke out on Thursday's "Good Morning America" about their lawsuit against Fox News over the network's role in a baseless conspiracy theory about their... More>>

What's the best place for your money in the next five years?

What's the best financial investment for the next five years?-Dave More>>

Spotify plans to go public on April 3

Next month, Spotify will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange with a public debut unlike any other. More>>

The right way to fire an employee

There's nothing fun about the firing process: whether you're giving or getting the news. More>>

The death of the big toy store

Looking to buy a toy for your kids? You'll probably have to shop at a retail Goliath like Amazon, Walmart or Target. More>>

Against all odds: Sears posts a small profit

Retailers are dropping like flies -- see: Toys "R" Us. But Sears is still hanging on against all odds. More>>

Bill Gates to meet with Trump at the White House

President Donald Trump will sit down with billionaire Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates on Thursday. More>>

Wells Fargo's CEO is getting a 36% raise after the bank's nightmare year

Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan got a 36% raise after one of the darkest years in the bank's history. More>>

One of Europe's biggest oil companies is taking 'oil' out of its name

Oil made Norway rich. Now it appears to be something of a dirty word. More>>

What's the penalty for filing taxes late?

If you miss the filing deadline for your federal income taxes, you could be hit with penalties and interest if you still owe money to the IRS. More>>

Big radio station owner files for bankruptcy

The two biggest owners of radio stations in America have both filed for bankruptcy. More>>

Saudi Arabia is the hottest emerging market right now

Investors are committing millions in new money to Saudi Arabia as they shrug off uncertainty about its giant oil IPO and a recent corruption crackdown. More>>

China's HNA is ditching another Hilton investment

A mysterious Chinese company that spent billions to build a global investment portfolio just checked out of one of its big bets. More>>

ESPN's John Skipper resigned over cocaine addiction

Former ESPN President John Skipper said he resigned from his role because of a cocaine extortion plot, according to comments he made in an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter. More>>

Cisco is the market's comeback kid

Cisco is partying like it's 1999. More>>

Americans spend more on health care, but have shorter life spans

Americans spend nearly twice as much on health care as other wealthy countries, but it's not doing much to improve their health, a new study finds. The United States has the shortest life expectancy and highest infant and... More>>

Toys 'R' Us will close or sell all US stores

Toys "R" Us is closing its doors after 70 years in business. More>>

Amazon didn't kill Toys 'R' Us. Here's what did

Don't blame Amazon for the death of Toys "R" Us. More>>

Ben & Jerry's owner picks Netherlands for HQ in snub to London

Unilever has chosen the Dutch city of Rotterdam as the location of its corporate headquarters, ending nearly a century of residency in London. More>>

Sears surprise; Stocks stabilize; iHeartMedia bankruptcy

1. Retail watch: Shares in Sears are set to surge Thursday after the retailer reported better-than-expected fourth quarter results and a boost to profit from US tax changes. More>>

The rise and fall of Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes

Theranos went from one of the most lauded "unicorn" tech startups in Silicon Valley to a company crippled by scandal. More>>

Boeing would be on the front lines of a trade war with China

Plenty of American companies would be at risk in a trade war between the United States and China. But Boeing might be the most vulnerable. More>>

Looking back at 'Lean In,' five years later

In 2013, Sheryl Sandberg coined a two-word phrase that would soon emblazon tote bags, daily planners, feminist conference agendas and more: Lean In. More>>

Apple debuts new page to help parents with screen-time concerns

Kids love iPhones, and that has created some problems for Apple. More>>

Meet the woman who wrote the Toys 'R' Us jingle

Linda Kaplan Thaler wasn't entirely sure how her Toys "R" Us jingle would go over at first. More>>

Trade war would wipe out gains from tax cuts, Penn analysis says

A full-blown trade war would erase any economic benefits from the Republican tax cuts passed last year, according to an analysis by the University of Pennsylvania. More>>

For gig economy workers in these states, rights are at risk

Should gig economy workers, such as Uber drivers and Taskrabbits, be entitled to the same rights and benefits as regular employees? More>>

YouTube will start displaying Wikipedia articles next to conspiracy theory videos

YouTube says it will soon use Wikipedia to help fight videos that promote conspiracy theories and misinformation. More>>

Songwriter says Miley Cyrus can't stop, won't stop ripping off his lyrics

A Jamaican songwriter is taking Miley Cyrus to court in a $300 million war of words. More>>

Chuck Schumer wants Toys 'R' Us to cash out your unused gift cards

Senator Chuck Schumer wants Toys "R" Us to cash out unused gift cards. More>>

Chipotle loses its chief marketing officer

Chipotle executive Mark Crumpacker, who made news in 2016 for pleading guilty to misdemeanor cocaine possession, has resigned from the burrito company, according to an SEC filing. More>>

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged with massive fraud

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, who promised to revolutionize blood testing, has been charged by the SEC with a "massive fraud" involving more than $700 million. More>>

Dow falls 249 as Trump trade fears weigh on stocks

Trade jitters continue to weigh on Wall Street. More>>

How rich is Vladimir Putin?

On paper, Russian President Vladimir Putin is a man of modest wealth. In reality, he may be one of the world's richest people. More>>

Don't applaud the drop in black unemployment just yet

Margaret C. Simms is an economist and institute fellow in the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population at the Urban Institute, where she directs the Low-Income Working Families initiative. The opinions expressed in... More>>

What Larry Kudlow thinks about trade, taxes, stocks and recessions

Wall Street will probably like President Trump's pick of Larry Kudlow as the next head of the National Economic Council. More>>

Loophole would protect self-driving car companies from lawsuits

People riding in self-driving cars that crash could find themselves unable to hold the manufacturer accountable if legislation currently pending on Capitol Hill is passed, consumer advocates warn. More>>

Ford recalls 1.4 million cars because steering wheel can come off

Ford is recalling 1.4 million vehicles because the steering wheels can become loose and even come off while driving. More>>

Why the UK can't slam the door on Russia

Prime Minister Theresa May is striking back at Russia after concluding that it was responsible for a nerve agent attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal. More>>

From 'New Day' to prime time: Chris Cuomo moving to 9 p.m. on CNN

CNN's Chris Cuomo is moving to the toughest time slot in cable news, the 9 p.m. hour, sometime this spring. More>>

Former Equifax executive charged with insider trading

A former Equifax executive is accused of unloading almost $1 million of stock options just before the company announced its huge data breach. More>>

Tech's biggest leaders pay tribute to Stephen Hawking

Some of the biggest names in technology have joined world leaders, entertainers and scientists in paying tribute to Stephen Hawking. More>>

Early retirement plan: Smart money moves to make in your 20s, 30s and 40s

Getting to retirement early is a complex mash-up of what you earn, what you save and how you invest. More>>

How to retire by 40: 3 proven tips from someone who has

Chris Reining isn't your average retiree. He said goodbye to his working years at 37, and is now financially independent, living his life on his own terms. More>>

Warning signs in the housing market aren't hurting Zillow

The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates again next week, which could push mortgage rates up and make it more difficult for Americans to afford a house. More>>

Trade deficit isn't always a bad thing

The United States buys way more from the rest of the world than it sells. It's called the trade deficit, and it was $566 billion last year. More>>

Walmart is bringing online grocery delivery to 100 cities

Walmart, America's largest grocery, will deliver supermarket items to 40% of the nation's homes by the end of the year. More>>

Goldman Sachs' next CEO is a part-time electronic dance DJ

Goldman Sachs' presumed next leader isn't your typical investment banker. More>>

Toys 'R' Us to close all of its UK stores

Toys "R" Us is closing all of its stores in the UK. More>>

Facebook bans far-right group Britain First

Facebook has banned the far-right political group Britain First for breaking rules that prohibit hate speech on the social media platform. More>>

Broadcom officially ends bid for Qualcomm

Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm is officially dead. More>>

Want to start saving for a secure future? You need a plan

For the first time my husband and I will soon be in a financial position to begin putting away some money and still meet our monthly bills. We'd like to come up with some sort of savings plan. Any suggestions?—M.J. More>>

Sharp drop in international student visas worries some US colleges

A sharp decline in the number of international student visas has many of America's colleges and universities on edge -- and some say the Trump administration's tough stance on immigration might be partly to blame. More>>

The gender pay gap for women doctors is big -- and getting worse

They also attended medical school and underwent the same years of rigorous training, but female doctors in the United States are earning significantly less than their male peers -- and the pay gap is only growing wider. More>>

Google says it will ban cryptocurrency ads

Advertisements for bitcoin and other virtual currencies will soon disappear from Google. More>>

Family of slain Democratic staffer Seth Rich sues Fox News

The family of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Fox News, one of the network's reporters, and a wealthy Texas businessman over their roles in the publication of a... More>>

Big retail day; UK action on Russia; Prudential split

1. Retail bonanza: It's a big day for global retailers. More>>

Trump blocks Broadcom's $117 billion Qualcomm bid over national security

The White House has blocked Broadcom's $117 billion bid for Qualcomm due to national security concerns. More>>

Why McDonald's is flipping its arches for a day

McDonald's is celebrating International Women's Day with a big, gleaming, W. More>>

How United is navigating another PR disaster

Once again, United Airlines is in hot water. More>>

Judge rules for AT&T on key part of Time Warner deal defense

A federal judge has rejected a Justice Department motion to limit evidence AT&T can present in its defense of its proposed purchase of Time Warner, which is set to go to trial next week. As a result of the ruling, AT&T... More>>

Microsoft received 238 gender discrimination and harassment complaints

Microsoft has received hundreds of harassment and discrimination complaints from female employees in recent years, according to court documents made public this week. More>>

Strava tweaks map settings that inadvertently displayed military sites

Fitness tracking app Strava is making some tweaks to its worldwide heatmap product that inadvertently displayed the location of sensitive military sites. More>>

Women journalists name all-star advisory board to change newsroom culture

Press Forward, the new advocacy group devoted to changing newsroom culture after a wave of sexual harassment allegations rocked the news industry, named an all-star board of advisors Tuesday including CNN's Jake Tapper and... More>>

SXSW embraces today's tough topics: #MeToo, fake news, and more

A decade ago, a festival in Austin, Texas, developed a reputation for discovering the next big tech startup. More>>

Charlottesville witness files defamation suit against InfoWars and other far-right figures

A State Department employee filed a defamation lawsuit on Tuesday against InfoWars, the fringe outlet notorious for peddling conspiracy theories, and several other far-right individuals, alleging they falsely suggested he... More>>

Uber exec: White men need to 'make noise' about diversity

Bozoma Saint John, Uber's chief brand officer, called on white men to help diversify their workplaces. More>>

Boston will win Amazon HQ2, AI system predicts

Boston will win Amazon's second headquarters, according to an artificial intelligence system developed by Wells Fargo. More>>

HBO exec apologizes for 'poor choice of words'

An HBO executive said she is "embarrassed" after making a "poor choice of words" while appearing on a panel at the INTV conference in Jerusalem on Tuesday. More>>

Vice Media's Shane Smith out as CEO, being replaced by Nancy Dubuc

Vice Media marked the end of an era Tuesday as Shane Smith officially handed over the title of chief executive officer to Nancy Dubuc. More>>

Was Trump right to block Broadcom-Qualcomm deal? Experts react

President Donald Trump has blocked Broadcom's $117 billion bid for Qualcomm, citing national security concerns. The United States is particularly worried that the takeover could boost China's influence in 5G technology. We... More>>

Russia threatens to ban all UK media if RT loses license

Moscow has threatened to ban all British media from Russia if its state-backed television network RT is pulled off the airwaves in the UK. More>>

Dick's CEO: We knew we'd lose customers after dropping assault-style rifles

The CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods said he's forging ahead with his new gun sales policy, even though he expects to lose customers. More>>

One idea to stop Venezuela's downward spiral: Switch to the US dollar

Venezuela's currency, the bolivar, lost nearly all its value last year as the country spiraled into an economic crisis. More>>

Trump loses two free trade advocates in one week

Two top free trade advocates have left the Trump administration in one week - just as fear of a trade war ramps up. More>>

Moms still earn less than childless women -- and the gap isn't closing

Joya Misra, a sociology professor at the University of Massachusetts, has a simple piece of advice for her female graduate students pursuing a career in academia. More>>

Jamie Dimon warns Trump tariffs may 'backfire'

Jamie Dimon has a message for President Trump: Corporate America is worried about your trade agenda. More>>

When will I get my tax refund?

If you're like roughly three-quarters of US tax filers, you'll get a refund when you file your 2017 federal income tax return this year. More>>

Why Mattel is working so hard to keep Barbie relevant

Now more than ever, Mattel needs Barbie. More>>

Fitbit unveils Apple Watch competitor and fitness tracker for kids

Fitbit's latest trackers intend to lure more casual fitness fans, and even kids. More>>

Royal wedding: Tourists won't flock to UK for Harry and Meghan

The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is not expected to translate into an immediate boost for British tourism. More>>

National Geographic magazine owns up to 'racist' past

As part of a special issue on race, National Geographic magazine decided to examine its own coverage. More>>

Why the US killed Broadcom's giant bid for Qualcomm

Why did President Donald Trump kill a $117 billion tech takeover? It's all about China and 5G. More>>

IPhone battery troubles? 3 easy fixes

So, your iPhone doesn't work like it used to. Maybe it has slowed considerably, or it powers off prematurely. More>>

Google cofounder's flying taxi takes to the skies in New Zealand

Google cofounder Larry Page's flying taxi project is cleared for take off. More>>

Tech deal blocked; Inflation watch; UK-Russia tensions

1. Tech deal blocked: The White House has blocked Broadcom's $117 billion bid for Qualcomm due to national security concerns. More>>

U.S. monthly deficit largest in 6 years

New Treasury Department numbers show that the US government racked up a $215 billion deficit in February -- the largest monthly deficit in six years. More>>

Larry Kudlow and the Trump-TV feedback loop

When President Trump wants to make a change, he frequently consults the TV. More>>

GE's top executives won't get bonuses after company's awful year

In a rare move, GE says that its top leaders will not get bonuses after the company's terrible year. More>>

Nancy Dubuc may replace Shane Smith as Vice Media CEO

Shane Smith has been with Vice Media from the beginning -- but Vice may be preparing for life without Smith as its top executive. More>>

Alexa wants to be your new co-worker

Alexa isn't content being a stay-at-home voice assistant. It wants to join the workforce. More>>

Powerball winner can stay anonymous, judge rules

A Powerball winner is allowed to stay anonymous while collecting her $560 million jackpot, a New Hampshire judge ruled on Monday. More>>

Dropbox: The company everyone wants to kill

Not long after Dropbox launched, Apple threatened to kill it. More>>

Ratings battle: 'American Idol' reboot beats O.J. Simpson interview

Not even a "lost" interview with O.J. Simpson could help Fox beat ABC's "American Idol" reboot. More>>

PACIFIC for March 12: Musk on Mars, Uber drama, Disney's 'Wrinkle'

The Big Picture: The reason I asked Eddy Cue to do an interview here at SXSW is simple: Apple is the most valuable company in the world. It has a market value of roughly $910 billion and hundreds of billions in cash on-hand. More>>

Apple's TV strategy explained

Apple doesn't aspire to acquire massive companies like Netflix or Disney. More>>

Church of Scientology to launch TV channel

The Church of Scientology is headed to television. More>>

What is the WTO, and how does it work? Here's what you should know

Next stop: Geneva? Now that President Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum are official, America's trading partners are threatening to take their grievances to the World Trade Organization. More>>

Former Microsoft and GM CFO in mix to replace Gary Cohn

President Trump needs a new director for his National Economic Council after Gary Cohn resigned. More>>

The Senate will vote to make credit freezes free for everyone

After the massive data breach at Equifax, consumer advocates called on Congress to make credit freezes free. More>>

Lawsuit claims Wall Street's 'fear gauge' was 'manipulated'

Wall Street's so-called fear gauge was "manipulated," a new federal class action lawsuit alleges. More>>

Time's Up teams up with the advertising industry to combat harassment

Time's Up has announced an initiative to combat sexual harassment in the advertising industry. More>>

Why Saudi Arabia's giant oil IPO may slip into 2019

It's expected to be the biggest IPO in history. And officials in Saudi Arabia were hoping it would happen this year. More>>

How the UK could hit back at Russia over spy poisoning

Economic sanctions. Asset and property seizures. A crackdown on money laundering. More>>

Stormy Daniels' '60 Minutes' interview shrouded in mystery

The CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes" taped an interview with Stephanie Clifford, the adult film actress known as Stormy Daniels, last week. More>>

Apple is buying the 'Netflix for magazines' company

Apple is buying the company behind the "Netflix for magazines" idea. More>>

Ford and GM to get hit by Trump's tariffs -- but not as badly as feared?

Wall Street analysts are growing increasingly worried that President Trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum will hurt Detroit's top two auto giants. But investors don't seem nearly as concerned. More>>

Dropbox wants to raise $648 million in its IPO

Dropbox wants to raise as much as $648 million when it debuts on the stock market. More>>

Goldman Sachs signals who its next CEO will be

Goldman Sachs just named an heir apparent to Lloyd Blankfein. More>>

Glossier CEO: Brands of the future will be 'co-created'

She's become one of the beauty industry's biggest disruptors. More>>

Happy investors; Intel takeover talk; Prada optimism

1. Stocks boom: Investors are feeling downright cheery on Monday. More>>

Times Up co-founder says 'it's never going to be over'

The cultural reckoning started by the #MeToo movement is here to stay, according to entertainment attorney Nina Shaw, who is a founding member of the Time's Up campaign against sexual harassment. More>>

Warren Buffett's bracket challenge offers $1M or $2M for life

It's that time of year again: 68 college basketball teams earn bids for the NCAA March Madness tournament. And Berkshire Hathaway employees are given a challenge by their boss. More>>

How Chuck Todd responded to Trump's vulgar insult

"Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd was in the news on Sunday -- but he decided not to play up President Trump's attack against him. More>>

Elon Musk: Mars rocket will fly 'short flights' next year

Elon Musk issued yet another incredibly ambitious timeline. More>>

Wall Street is asking: Which Trump will we get?

1. Trump vs. Trump: It's been 16 months since the election, but Wall Street is still trying to figure out which President Trump it will get. More>>

What could Europe offer Trump to escape tariffs?

What will it cost for Europe to avoid new US tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum? More>>

Mark Warner: The country is 'woefully unprepared' for cyber threats

Whether it's an attack on the banking infrastructure or disinformation campaigns on social media, the United States is "woefully unprepared" to combat cyber attacks and disinformation campaigns, Senator Mark Warner said on... More>>

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