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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Barbra Streisand surprised 'we've not come a little farther' on gender equality

Barbra Streisand talks with Michaela Pereira about stardom and sexism.

Published 3:03 PM

EpiPen main ingredient costs 'less than a Big Mac'

Pharma CEO Mark Baum thinks the EpiPen price hikes are "shameful" and his company is planning a $100 compound alternative. He said this is possible because epinephrine costs just a few bucks, or "less than a Big Mac."

Published 2:41 PM

Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million payday

Martin Shkreli, the reviled drug company CEO who faces federal criminal charges, nearly doubled his $3 million investment in KaloBios.

Published 1:58 PM

Whistleblower lands a $22 million payday from SEC

A whistleblower who tipped the SEC off to 'well-hidden fraud' at a company is getting a $22 million reward.

Published 1:16 PM

Apple's $14.6B tax bill explained

The European Commission has ordered Ireland to recover unpaid taxes, plus interest, from Apple dating back to 2003. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke reports.

Published 1:15 PM

Coolest minimum wage job: Ball person at the U.S. Open

The U.S. Open offers one of the coolest summer jobs. Being a ball person pays minimum wage but people wait in line for hours just to try out.

Published 1:12 PM

Imprimis plans to offer $100 EpiPen

Imprimis CEO Mark Baum discusses company's plans for a $100 EpiPen compound alternative.

Published 12:36 PM

Mark Zuckerberg makes first-ever visit to Sub-Saharan Africa

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is getting serious about adding new 'friends' in Africa by visiting Lagos, Nigeria, to meet with local startup founders and developers.

Published 12:31 PM

How Apple paid just 0.005% tax on its global profits

Thanks to special deals in Ireland, Apple was able to avoid paying tax on most of its global profits for years.

Published 12:08 PM

These powerful gold buyers are losing their appetite

Global central banks are showing signs of gold buying fatigue. Gold demand at these powerful institutions recently dropped to a five-year low.

Published 12:04 PM

These capital cities are a brake on their economies

Capital cities are often the engines of growth in their national economies, but not for all.

Published 11:45 AM

Summer girls no longer shop at Abercrombie & Fitch

Summer boys don't either apparently. The struggling mall-based retailer reported yet another quarterly loss as sales continue to slide at the flagship A&F stores as well as its Hollister locations. Will the company ever turn things around?

Published 11:15 AM

President Obama to guest edit Wired

The magazine is touting this as the first time a magazine has been edited by a sitting president.

Published 11:15 AM

This celebrity trainer makes her classes available to everyone

Fitness guru Tracy Anderson's clientele have included Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian, and Jennifer Lopez. Now, her classes are available to stream, plus she's starting her own line of nutrition bars and shakes.

Published 9:08 AM

Nobel prize winner tells Clinton: Tax fossil fuels

Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has told Hillary Clinton and her team to put a tax on carbon. He calls it the best way to address climate change -- and boost the economy.

Published 8:08 AM

Why Leonardo DiCaprio is backing man-made diamonds

A Santa Clara-based company is creating jewelry-grade diamonds in a lab, using a plasma reactor that reaches temperatures as hot as the sun.

Published 7:02 AM

EU hits Apple with $14.6 billion tax bill

The European Commission has ordered Ireland to recover unpaid taxes, plus interest, from Apple dating back to 2003.

Published 6:12 AM

Stocks: 6 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Published 5:13 AM

What Brexit means for the G20

This year's G20 Summit is the first since the U.K. voted to leave the EU. CNN's Isa Soares looks at the role post-Brexit Britain could play on the international stage.

Published 4:38 AM

Kim Dotcom wins fight to live-stream court hearing on YouTube

Internet mogul Kim Dotcom, who's wanted in the U.S. on criminal charges, has won permission for his court battle to be streamed online.

Published 2:08 AM