China is upset over President Trump's decision to impose tariffs on U.S. imports of solar panels and washing machines. Other countries and companies are also complaining.
Alex Jones, the far-right conspiracy theorist, is working on a book with New York Times bestselling author Neil Strauss, according to a proposal sent to major publishers that was obtained by CNN.
The company says it took an "unexpected" $39 million charge. A source tells CNNMoney that it's related to Kevin Spacey.
Six accountants, including former employees of a U.S. regulator, were charged with leaking confidential data to KPMG to help the accounting firm clear regulatory inspections.
Bacardi buys Patrón for $5 billion, adding the tequila label to its 200 brands.
The bank's eBanking customers have been moved to Core Checking, and some customers are unhappy about it.
Bill Thomas, KPMG International Chairman, tells CNNMoney's Richard Quest that uncertainty around NAFTA and Brexit is a major concern for CEOs.
CNN's Richard Quest interviews International Monetary Fund chief economist Maurice Obstfeld about President Donald Trump's tax plan and its positive effect on the global economy. He also says, "This cyclical upswing is an opportunity...to make things better. So policy makers better do it."
See Lamborghini's first-ever SUV, the Urus. CEO Stefano Domenicali explains why Lamborghini is expanding outside supercars, and how the vehicle could double sales.
The announcement came Monday from U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.
Netflix shares spike after it reports its strongest quarterly subscription gains in its history.
Bud Light, Coors Light, and Miller Lite were the top-selling U.S. beers in 2017.
Rupert Murdoch has long expressed frustration with how companies like Facebook and Google use news content. Now he's upping the ante, calling on Facebook to pay publishers a carriage fee the way cable companies pay for channels.
The social network is calling on researchers to fight hackers and tighten security on the internet.
The cost: $300 worth of bitcoin for each baby's data set.
The American family sedan has been the staple of U.S. auto sales for the better part of a century. But now it's turning into an endangered species.
Over 80% of Americans aren't worried about losing their job in the next year, according to a Marist/NPR poll published Monday.
Don't wake the bears. Even as chaos grips Washington, Wall Street sets a record for extreme quiet.
After a bruising year, the world's largest social network is admitting there may be an unintended consequence to social media: undermining democracy.
Insurer AIG almost went under during the 2008 financial crisis. It then had to dump a lot of assets to pay back the $182 billion bailout from the government. But AIG is finally growing again -- and it may be ready to buy more companies.
The federal government has shut down for the 18th time in 42 years. And it's probably going to be business as usual on Wall Street.
The European Union further isolates President Nicolas Maduro's administration, which many world leaders describe as a dictatorship.
The largest oil refinery along the U.S. East Coast filed for bankruptcy protection on Sunday and blamed its downfall on "broken" environmental rules squeezing the industry.
More than 15 million people are hiding an account from their live-in partner. And some couples don't talk about money at all.
Pay secrecy, pay transparency, pay equity -- what do they all mean?
Russia's economic prospects over the next six years look grim under President Vladimir Putin.
The cheapest ticket to see the Patriots-Eagles Super Bowl matchup is $4,370 on resale markets.
The stock market has shattered records almost every day and 401(k) balances have swelled. It's no surprise so many investors are suffering from stock market FOMO -- fear of missing out.
Amazon's new convenience store doesn't have checkout lines. Sensors track what shoppers grab and payment is processed online.
Team USA athletes may have to march in the cold during the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics, but they'll be warm thanks to special heated parkas.
The Trump administration's tax overhaul is the latest piece of good news for the global economy as leaders gather in Davos.
History suggests that the shutdown will have little impact on the economy if it ends quickly, and only limited impact even if it stretches on for weeks.
As the government shutdown enters its third day, the Senate is scheduled to have a key vote on a bill to reopen the government and fund it for three weeks, though it's unclear if this plan will win over enough Democrats to pass.
Mellody Hobson, the president of Ariel Investments, tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that being color-blind in the workplace is a cop out, executives need to be "color brave" instead.
The tech company is giving a significant investment to the education activist's fund.
Negotiators from the United States, Canada and Mexico meet Tuesday to start Round 6 of NAFTA negotiations. Through the first five rounds, talks have made no progress on divisive issues and President Trump threatens to withdraw.
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If you think of Stolichnaya vodka, the chances are you think it's Russian. But while it may have Russian heritage, the drink is largely made in Latvia. Now Russia wants to bring it home.
Rocket Lab, a California-based startup, carried out a launch from New Zealand over the weekend that it said put three small satellites in orbit.