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Twitter is profitable again and adding users

Twitter is officially on a profitability streak. More>>

Stocks set to fall for sixth straight day

Stocks are set to fall for the sixth straight day. More>>

Comcast offers $31 billion for Sky, setting up showdown with Fox

Comcast has formalized its bid for European broadcaster Sky, a move that sets up a battle royale with rival US powerhouse 21st Century Fox. More>>

Facebook faces Wall Street; Shire deal; Credit Suisse soars

1. Facebook's Wall Street test: Facebook will face the investors for the first time since the Cambridge Analytica scandal erupted. More>>

Takeda freaks out investors with $64 billion bid for Shire

Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda has made a big breakthrough in its campaign to buy biotech firm Shire -- but its investors are getting worried. More>>

MSNBC pushes findings that support Joy Reid's claim of fabricated homophobic blog posts

MSNBC host Joy Reid this week employed the same excuse as so many other public figures who have been embarrassed by something they had written online: she said she was hacked. More>>

Trump says Mnuchin will visit China for trade talks 'in a few days'

President Donald Trump says he's sending some of his top economic advisers to China "in a few days" for talks on the simmering trade tensions between the world's two largest economies. More>>

Facebook reveals its internal rules for removing controversial posts

Facebook is trying to be more transparent about how it decides what content to take down or leave up. More>>

Hospitals may soon have to post prices for patients online

Hospitals may soon have to post their standard prices for patients online, under a proposed rule unveiled Tuesday by the Trump administration. More>>

Readers flock to 'A Higher Loyalty,' despite partisan criticism

James Comey's book tour has stirred an enormous amount of backlash -- with critics on both the left and the right criticizing him for his answers and for even writing the book in the first place. More>>

Mick Mulvaney wants to shut public out of CFPB's 'Yelp' of bank complaints

For years, the government has operated a database of complaints about banks, mortgage lenders and student-loan service providers. But you might not be able to look through it much longer. More>>

Student-run publications band together for #SaveStudentNewsrooms campaign

More than 100 college newsrooms across the country plan to flood social media with editorials emphasizing the importance of student media on Wednesday, as well as calls for alumni donations. More>>

AT&T antitrust trial nears its end with clashes over data points

An otherwise staid antitrust trial reached a dramatic crescendo Tuesday as the trial for the Justice Department lawsuit to stop AT&T and Time Warner's merger neared its end. More>>

SEC hands down $35 million fine in Yahoo hack

Yahoo may have changed its name, but it's still paying for a massive 2014 data breach. More>>

Here's a retailer opening brick-and-mortar stores

Everyone has heard about the flood of store closings in recent years. Tuesday there was some news about store openings. More>>

Dow tumbles 425 points

Investors were in a rotten mood Tuesday. More>>

Naked butts, crime confessions and bullying: What Facebook won't let you post

Facebook clarified exactly what you're not allowed to post on the platform, and the list is super-long and specific. More>>

Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass will join Richard Quest on 'Markets Now'

Kyle Bass, the founder and chief investment officer of Hayman Capital Management, will join Richard Quest on CNNMoney's "Markets Now" on Wednesday. More>>

Wells Fargo blasted by shareholders for series of abuses

Angry shareholders slammed Wells Fargo on Tuesday for abusing customers and tarnishing its reputation. More>>

Chicago Tribune staffers overwhelmingly back union

Journalists at the Chicago Tribune want a union. And they want it fast. More>>

Diet Coke's new flavors are a big hit

All Coca-Cola needed to do to rejuvenate Diet Coke was add some Feisty Cherry, Twisted Mango, Ginger Lime and Zesty Blood Orange. In skinny cans. More>>

Home prices are on an epic run

Home sellers are partying like it's 2006. More>>

French media billionaire detained by police

One of France's richest men has been detained by police. More>>

GE pressured to fire auditor after 109 years

KPMG has been inspecting General Electric's books since William Howard Taft was president of the United States. More>>

Google's spending spree rattles Wall Street

Google may have a spending problem. More>>

10-Year Treasury yield hits 3% for first time since 2014

The most widely watched bond rate in the world just hit a milestone. More>>

Uber CEO on diversity report: We need to improve 'across the board'

CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says Uber is "just getting started" when it comes to improving diversity and inclusion. More>>

Spotify revamps app for non-paying users

Spotify is adding some bells and whistles to its free app. More>>

Seattle's proposed tax to fight homelessness may hit Amazon hardest

Seattle has a thriving economy and booming housing market, and is home to successful businesses like Amazon and Starbucks. But it also has a homeless crisis and an affordable housing problem. More>>

Who loses if Trump ditches Iran deal?

Can the Iran nuclear deal be saved? More>>

Women could add $4.5 trillion to Asian economies

Hiring more women could supercharge Asia's economies. More>>

Amazon now delivers to trunk of your car

Amazon turned the trunk of my car into a mailbox. More>>

Wells Fargo's 20-month nightmare

Wells Fargo may face an angry crowd at its shareholder meeting Tuesday in Iowa. More>>

Uber faces a new threat in Mexico

"Viaja con Didi" -- "Ride with Didi." More>>

Earnings galore; Spotify announcement; Wells Fargo anger

1. Earnings season in full swing: There's a deluge of corporate earnings reports on Tuesday. More>>

This vegetarian company wants to disrupt China's pork industry

David Yeung wants to take a bite out of China's massive meat market. More>>

YouTube took down more than 8 million videos in 3 months

YouTube is once again trying to clean up its platform. More>>

'Beautiful girls are needed.' Chinese tech firms under fire for sexist job ads

China's biggest tech companies are promising to make changes after being named in a report detailing discrimination against women in job advertising in the country. More>>

United CEO Oscar Munoz is skipping his bonus after rocky 2017

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is skipping his annual bonus after a rough year. More>>

Why the retirement hurdle is getting even harder

We all dream of the day we can say goodbye to the 9-5 grind. But saving enough to enjoy our golden years is an increasingly monumental task. More>>

Google: Profit and sales surge as tax rate falls

Google's business is humming along despite mounting concerns over data privacy. More>>

Aluminum stocks fall as US considers easing sanctions on Russian company

Aluminum stocks are plunging after the United States said it would consider relaxing sanctions against a Russian company. More>>

Billionaire investor: It's time to short Facebook

Jeff Gundlach, the billionaire investor, isn't buying Mark Zuckerberg's apology tour. More>>

Billionaire CEO won't stop trying to save Toys 'R' Us

The CEO who wants to save Toys "R" Us is not giving up. More>>

Walmart's CEO earns 1,188 times as much as the company's median worker

Walmart's CEO makes a lot more than the company's median worker. 1,188 times more, to be exact. More>>

Analysis: A tale of two Hannitys

Fox News host Sean Hannity probably wouldn't like this guy Sean Hannity. More>>

Kate and William can afford 3 kids. Many Brits cannot

For the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, having three kids won't break the bank. For many other Millennial Brits, a family of that size just isn't an option. More>>

GM avoids bankruptcy for South Korean unit with union deal

General Motors has reached an 11th hour deal with its South Korean union to stop it from filing for bankruptcy for GM Korea. More>>

Angry shareholders and protesters are ready to unload on Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo is still under fire from shareholders, angry activists and assertive regulators, a year and a half after the fake-accounts scandal erupted. More>>

Why everyone is stressing about the 10-year Treasury yield

The most widely watched bond in America is close to a barrier that could cause trouble for the markets. More>>

EU hits pause on Apple's deal to buy Shazam

The European Commission has launched an in-depth investigation into Apple's acquisition of music recognition app Shazam, delaying one of the tech company's biggest deals by at least four months. More>>

Report: Sean Hannity received HUD help on multimillion dollar property deals

Fox News host Sean Hannity allegedly received help from the US Department for Housing and Urban Development to carry out multimillion dollar real estate deals, according to a report by The Guardian. More>>

Toys 'R' Us liquidation kills Hasbro sales

It may be time to draw a tear on the detachable eyes of Hasbro's Mr. Potato Head. More>>

Sears CEO offers to buy Kenmore brand

Sears' CEO and majority owner Eddie Lampert is offering to buy the Kenmore brand and some other assets from the troubled retailer. More>>

One week to avert a new trade fight

Fears of a US-China trade war have overshadowed another major dispute that could escalate within days. More>>

India's top tech firm is worth $100 billion

India's biggest tech firm has broken the $100 billion barrier. More>>

McLaren 720S: It doesn't get any more sports car than this

When I drive a McLaren, I remember how I imagined the experience of driving a sports car when I was a child, long before I'd ever driven any car. I couldn't know it at the time, but the car I imagined hadn't been created yet. More>>

Social Security, Medicare and taxes are on the mind of Arizona's senior voters

It's 11 a.m. on a Wednesday and the campaign office for Democratic congressional candidate Hiral Tipirneni in Sun City, Arizona, is filled with dozens of senior citizens making phone calls and logging minutes on their... More>>

The typical Amazon employee makes less than you think

Just because you work at Amazon doesn't mean you're guaranteed a six-figure paycheck. More>>

Google caught up in Russia's battle with Telegram

Google is getting caught up in Moscow's battle to shut down Telegram. More>>

Beyond yes or no: Judge Richard Leon's options in the AT&T antitrust case

Every morning for the past four weeks of the AT&T antitrust trial, the people in courtroom 18 of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia stand for Judge Richard Leon as he enters and approaches the bench, clad... More>>

Accenture CEO: We seek total gender equality by 2025

As CEO of Accenture North America, Julie Sweet wants to accomplish what most other executives at major companies have not: Making sure men and women are represented equally in the company's ranks. More>>

A major Chinese investor just cut its Deutsche Bank stake

A heavily indebted Chinese conglomerate is ditching more of its shares in Deutsche Bank. More>>

Korean Air ousts 'nut rage' heiress and her sister

The CEO of Korean Air is firing his own daughters after a pair of embarrassing scandals. More>>

Trade tensions ease; UBS dips; Google earnings

1. Trade war fears ease: China said Sunday it would "welcome" direct trade talks with the United States, a day after US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he would consider a trip to China. More>>

Mexico and EU reach new trade deal

Mexico and the European Union have reached a trade deal that virtually eliminates tariffs. More>>

Denver's mayor sticks up for local paper: 'It's important for democracy'

The Denver Post has been tough on Mayor Michael Hancock. More>>

Watch President Trump repeat Fox News talking points

President Donald Trump doesn't hide his feelings: He thinks Fox News is the "fairest" source of news. He watches Fox all the time. Fox talking points frequently show up in his tweets and speeches. More>>

How major companies handle — and botch — public relations crises

Over the past several days, two major American companies found themselves facing public relations disasters. More>>

China 'welcomes' Mnuchin's offer to hold trade talks in Beijing

China said Sunday it would "welcome" direct trade talks with the United States in Beijing. More>>

How these hurricane-ravaged states have avoided a housing disaster -- so far

After Hurricane Harvey soaked Houston with 51 inches of rain last August, Amir Befroui, a foreclosure defense specialist at Lone Star Legal Aid, started planning for a very busy spring. More>>

Mark Zuckerberg survived Congress. Now he has to face Wall Street

1. Facebook faces Wall Street: Mark Zuckerberg survived 10 hours of grilling by nearly 100 members of Congress this month. Now, Facebook's CEO must confront a group that could actually punish his company in the short-term:... More>>

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin considering trip to China amid trade spat

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he is considering a trip to China, and is "cautiously optimistic" the United States can broker a trade deal with Beijing. More>>

Universal SIM card rollout faces another hurdle

The rollout of universal SIM cards, called eSIM, could be delayed because of an investigation into whether wireless carriers colluded to make it more difficult for customers to switch service providers. More>>

DACA students fear tuition ruling will force them to drop out of college

Gilbert Olmos should be excited that he's wrapping up his freshman year at South Mountain Community College and getting one step closer to his dream of becoming a registered nurse. More>>

How to make Alexa do your bidding with new custom apps

Amazon has given me a precious gift: infinite new ways to troll my family and house guests with Alexa. More>>

Local newspapers fear tariffs could cripple them

America's newspapers were already struggling. Now they dread new tariffs on Canadian newsprint that they believe will make a strained situation even worse. More>>

Justice Department opens investigation into wireless carriers

The U.S. Justice Department is probing some of the leading wireless carriers and an industry group over possible coordination to make it harder for customers to switch carriers. More>>

'Avengers: Infinity War' assembling for possible historic box office

Marvel has had some big numbers in its decade of blockbuster movies. 18 straight number one openings. Nearly $15 billion in total global box office. Now it has another one in its sights for when "Avengers: Infinity War"... More>>

Has GE finally turned a corner?

General Electric is finally giving demoralized shareholders and employees a reason for hope. More>>

Top auto boss: Global carmakers unlikely to go it alone in China

Global automakers will soon have the chance to go it alone in the world's biggest market. Carlos Ghosn, one of the industry's top executives, doubts many will. More>>

MoviePass: Too good to be true?

Will the meteoric, feelgood rise of movie subscription service MoviePass end like a cliché Hollywood melodramatic tearjerker? More>>

China refuses to recycle more of the world's trash

China just threw another curveball at the global recycling industry. More>>

China trash ban is a global recycling wake up call

China's trash import ban is giving the global recycling industry an enormous headache. The flip side: the world has finally been forced to rethink its approach to waste. More>>

Porsche exec arrested over Volkswagen's 'Dieselgate'

Police have arrested a senior manager at Porsche in Germany in connection with an investigation into diesel emissions rigging at Volkswagen. More>>

States aren't waiting for Washington to require poor residents to work

President Trump and Republicans in Congress are setting the stage to make more low-income Americans work for benefits. But a growing number of states are already doing just that. More>>

Surging oil prices rattle President Trump

The oil market has caught President Trump in an awkward spot between his pro-business instincts and his populist tendencies. More>>

Apple sinks on fears of slowing iPhone sales

Apple's stock is as red as the newest version of the iPhone 8. More>>

GM on verge of South Korean bankruptcy filing

GM could soon file for bankruptcy protection for its South Korean unit. More>>

The average Arizona teacher is paid less today than in 1999

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has pledged to give teachers a 20% raise by 2020. But teachers say that won't cut it. More>>

Taking a year off at 38, with a plan to retire at 48

April 20 is Scott Sherman's 38th birthday. His gift to himself? Quitting his 9-to-5 job for a year. More>>

Starbucks has a bold plan to address racial bias. Will it work?

Outrage over the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks wounded the reputation of one of the most progressive companies in America. More>>

Starbucks' Howard Schultz: 'Ashamed' by arrests at Philadelphia store

Former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz says he was "ashamed" and "embarrassed" by the arrests of two black men at one of the coffee chain's stores. More>>

Men say they were arrested within minutes after arriving at Philadelphia Starbucks

The two black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last week say they were handcuffed within minutes of entering the store. More>>

Exclusive: YouTube ran ads from hundreds of brands on extremist channels

Ads from over 300 companies and organizations -- including tech giants, major retailers, newspapers and government agencies -- ran on YouTube channels promoting white nationalists, Nazis, pedophilia, conspiracy theories... More>>

Takeda sweetens $60 billion Shire pitch as rival bows out

Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda took a fourth try at buying Shire on Friday, less than 24 hours after a potential rival bidder ruled itself out of a tug-of-war for the biotech firm. More>>

Comey writes in memo he laughed after Trump floated the idea of jailing journalists

James Comey, the former FBI director, said he laughed when President Donald Trump suggested he might have to jail journalists to send a message about unauthorized leaks, a memo Comey wrote which was obtained by CNN and... More>>

SunTrust employee may have tried to steal data from 1.5 million customers

SunTrust says a former employee may have stolen about 1.5 million customers' data and shared it with a "criminal third party." More>>

Wells Fargo fined $1 billion for insurance and mortgage abuses

Two federal regulators are fining Wells Fargo $1 billion for forcing customers into car insurance and charging mortgage borrowers unfair fees. More>>

Can $1 billion help low-income Americans find jobs?

$1 billion a year for job training sure sounds like a lot of money. More>>

Barclays CEO fined in UK over whistleblower scandal

Barclays CEO Jes Staley has survived a British investigation into his attempt to identify a whistleblower in 2016 but will have to pay a fine. More>>

Self-driving cars. Scooters. The future of commuting to work is here

Innovation is underway to rethink one of the biggest headaches we face on a daily basis: getting to work. More>>

China's ZTE fires back over US ban: 'We cannot accept it'

One of China's top tech companies has lashed out at the US government's move to prevent it from buying technology from American companies. More>>

GE earnings; Wells Fargo fine; Pound pummeled

1. GE earnings: General Electric is reporting earnings before the opening bell on Friday. More>>

Qualcomm is laying off more than 1,500 people

Qualcomm is axing more than 1,500 jobs across California and an undisclosed number in other parts of the United States and around the world. More>>

From witness stand, AT&T chief details new $15-a-month streaming service

Here's a different way to announce a new product - during your testimony in a federal court case. More>>

AT&T antitrust trial comes down to testimony from AT&T CEO

After weeks of testimony from economists, survey experts and rival executives who oppose the merger, the defense on Thursday called its final witness in the trial that will determine the fate of AT&T's proposed acquisition... More>>

Premier League revenues hit record high $6.4 billion

The English Premier League just scored a major win. More>>

Walmart employees may soon get a more lax dress code

Walmart employees could soon be getting a little more wiggle room in their work attire. More>>

Australia's top bank says it charged dead clients for advice

Australia's top bank has admitted to charging fees to clients it knew had died years previously. More>>

The next mega merger could be a $60 billion drug deal

Investors are eyeing up another potential mega merger in the pharmaceutical industry. More>>

Amazon, Microsoft among top companies hiring foreign workers

Big tech companies such as Amazon and Microsoft are getting more H-1B visas for foreign workers, and outsourcing firms are getting fewer. More>>

Crypto company's stock plunges on SEC probe

Many companies trying to ride the crypto wave are faring even worse than bitcoin itself. More>>

Oops! Deutsche Bank accidentally sent a $35 billion payment

Imagine sending someone money you owe them -- but with more than a few extra zeros. More>>

Mattel CEO is out after just over a year on the job

Mattel CEO Margo Georgiadis, who took the top spot at the struggling toymaker a little more than a year ago, is already planning to leave the company. More>>

Gillette and Tide maker struggles in 'tough environment'

Procter & Gamble has dominated the household goods market since Andrew Jackson was in the White House. But the 180-year-old conglomerate is stuck. More>>

Wells Fargo will be fined $1 billion

Two federal regulators are close to fining Wells Fargo $1 billion for forcing customers into car insurance and charging mortgage borrowers unfair fees. More>>

'Fearless Girl' artist wants her message spread beyond Wall Street

Kristen Visbal, the artist who sculpted "Fearless Girl," has been quietly selling full-size reproductions of the beloved sculpture. More>>

Every Bon-Ton department store is closing

The retail apocalypse has claimed another victim. More>>

Will GE uncover more 'skeletons'?

General Electric faces a big test in its quest to restore the shaken confidence of shareholders and employees after a nightmarish year. More>>

This robot can build an Ikea chair with a little help

A delivery of flat pack furniture can send people into a panic or reaching for the phone to call the nearest assembly service. More>>

Karl Marx €0 bills are red hot

It turns out €0 bills are a hot item right now. More>>

Inspection opened into Tesla for workplace safety

A California safety agency has launched an inspection of Tesla's Fremont car factory. More>>

Fed official: It's too early to ease post-crisis rules on US banks

A top Federal Reserve official says it's too early to ease post-crisis rules on the nation's banks, especially at a time of growing risk in the financial system. More>>

Amazon and Jeff Bezos are on top of the world

Think you've had a busy week so far? It's nothing compared to what Jeff Bezos and Amazon have accomplished. More>>

When student loan forgiveness plans might not be worth it

I have made five years of income-based student loan payments under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness plan during my residency and fellowship. But now I owe close to $450,000 even though I only borrowed $320,000. I would... More>>

China is holding up a $44 billion US tech deal

China is standing in the way of an American computer chip maker completing the second-biggest technology deal in history. More>>

Tory Burch: 'Businesses can do well by doing good'

Tory Burch's journey from stay-at-home mom to billionaire fashion executive took years. But once she was thrust into the spotlight, it pretty much happened overnight. More>>

Lyft makes its trips carbon neutral in bid to fight climate change

Lyft says it will spend millions of dollars to make all of its rides carbon neutral. More>>

'Fearless Girl' is moving to a new home

"Fearless Girl" is getting a new home at the New York Stock Exchange. More>>

Health care could cost couples $280,000 in retirement

Saving for retirement can feel like trying to hit a moving target. More>>

P&G vitamin deal; Amazon's Prime number; Qualcomm's Chinese hurdle

1. Vitamin deal: Procter & Gamble announced Thursday it is buying the consumer health business of German pharmaceutical company Merck KGaA for about €3.4 billion ($4.2 billion). More>>

Tesla will start working 24/7 to crank out Model 3s

Tesla CEO Elon Musk vowed to manufacture Model 3 cars around the clock to finally meet the company's production target. More>>

Has Facebook changed? Ireland's abortion vote provides big test

Facebook says it has learned the lessons of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Next month's historic vote on legalizing abortion in Ireland could prove the first big test of that claim. More>>

Senate moves to repeal Obama-era car loan rule

Congress just moved a step closer to gutting an Obama-era safeguard against discriminatory auto lending. More>>

Fed official worried about recession indicator

A top Federal Reserve official is worried about a warning sign in the bond market. More>>

Spotlight turns to CEOs in AT&T antitrust trial

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes made the case for his company to be acquired by AT&T as he took the stand on Wednesday in the antitrust trial over the proposed $85 billion merger. More>>

Wynn Resorts appoints 3 women to board in a 'turning point'

Wynn Resorts has appointed three women to its board of directors, a move the company says ushers in a "new era" following the resignation of former CEO Steve Wynn, who stepped down earlier this year amid allegations of... More>>

Amazon reveals it has more than 100 million Prime members

Amazon has more than 100 million Amazon Prime subscribers around the world, Jeff Bezos revealed in a letter to shareholders on Wednesday. More>>

'Black Panther' comes to Saudi Arabia as movie theater ban ends

Saudi Arabia has ended a 35-year ban on movie theaters with a screening of "Black Panther." More>>

Martin Shkreli must forfeit $7.4 million after fraud conviction

Martin Shkreli was ordered by a federal judge Monday to forfeit nearly $7.4 million as a result of his fraud convictions last year. More>>

Economic growth not as great as it looks, says former Obama economist Austan Goolsbee

Former President Barack Obama's chief economic adviser Austan Goolsbee thinks that economic growth is "okay, but not as good as the optimists believe." More>>

United eases fears of a fare war

Three months ago, United Airlines sparked fears on Wall Street that the airline industry was about to start a fare war. This week it put those fears to rest. More>>

Martin Shkreli transferred to prison in New Jersey

Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceutical executive and hedge fund manager who was convicted of fraud last year, has been transferred to Fort Dix, a low-security federal prison in New Jersey. More>>

Facebook is offering facial recognition again in Europe

Facebook wants to bring facial recognition back to Europe after withdrawing the feature in 2012 because of objections from data privacy groups. More>>

Training women to ask for more money at work

There were just two words I uttered after job offers early in my career: "Thank you." More>>

Russia's RT faces 7 new investigations in UK

The United Kingdom is launching seven new investigations into Russia's state-controlled TV channel, RT. More>>

Big banks are minting money right now

Big banks are raking in monster profits -- and they can thank President Trump for their success. More>>

Amazon and Best Buy partner to sell smart TVs

Brick-and-mortar retail is dead? Don't tell that to Best Buy. Or Amazon for that matter. The two companies announced a partnership Wednesday to sell smart televisions in Best Buy stores that run on Amazon's Fire TV... More>>

5 Warning signs of workplace burnout, and what to do about it

Work can be stressful: running from meeting to meeting, juggling deadlines, dealing with rude customers or callous bosses and a never-ending string of emails. More>>

Parents of Sandy Hook victims file lawsuit against Alex Jones

Alex Jones, the right-wing conspiracy theorist who has repeatedly suggested the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax, was sued on Tuesday by three parents whose children were killed in the 2012 massacre. It's... More>>

Do I have enough saved to cover my spending in retirement?

Most retirement projections seem to be based on how much income you'll need in retirement. But shouldn't my planning be based on how much I'll actually spend after I retire? How do I figure out what my spending might be... More>>

The ways companies silence women at work

Half of the American workforce can't fight discrimination at work. Not because they don't have rights, but because they signed them away. More>>

Trump renews attack on TPP: 'I don't like the deal'

President Donald Trump has renewed his attack on a huge Pacific trade pact just days after raising the possibility of the United States rejoining it. More>>

While Trump bashes 'fake news,' these are his media shelters from the storm

To really understand the Trump presidency, you have to understand the pro-Trump media world. More>>

Most investors think 2018 is the peak year for stocks

The nine-year bull market might be on its last legs. More>>

The high cost of taking away prisoners' Medicaid coverage

For Lori Stone, getting out of prison has always been a little nerve-racking. More>>

Why we need to help kids go to college wherever they want

Abigail Wozniak is associate professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame, where she is an affiliate of the Institute for Educational Initiatives and the Wilson-Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunity. Jay Shambaugh... More>>

Stephen Colbert and James Comey talk Trump and Russia over Pinot Noir

Former FBI Director James Comey sat down with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday for a wide-ranging interview that touched on President Donald Trump, the Russia investigation and...red wine. More>>

Trump bashes TPP; Tesla's Model 3 ambitions; Starbucks shutdown

1. Trump bashes TPP: President Donald Trump has renewed his attack on a huge Pacific trade pact just days after raising the possibility of the United States rejoining it. More>>

India's ATMs are running out of cash ... again

Less than 18 months after a ban on most of India's cash left millions of people scrambling for banknotes, some ATMs are once again running dry. More>>

The dollar is sliding -- and that's great for Corporate America

Maybe President Trump needs to look in the Oval Office mirror. More>>

Microsoft, Facebook and 32 other tech firms join CyberSecurity Tech Accord

Some of the biggest tech companies pledged to stand up to governments that launch cyberattacks. More>>

Legal fight escalates over Aaron Sorkin adaptation of 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

The producer of Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Broadway adaptation of "To Kill A Mockingbird" has a message for the estate of author Harper Lee. More>>

New York attorney general wants 'transparency' from crypto exchanges

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is demanding transparency from bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. More>>

Congress could kill safeguard against auto lending discrimination

Congress is considering killing an Obama-era rule that protects Americans from discriminatory car loans. More>>

Supreme Court debates whether to allow states to tax all online sales

The Supreme Court is considering a case that could force consumers to start paying sales tax on all of their online purchases. More>>