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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Global stocks hit hard on trade war fears

Global stock markets dropped on Friday amid rising trade tensions between the United States and China.

Published 11:27 PM

Sears' debt downgraded to default status after refinancing

Sears exchanges nearly $500 million in debt, prompting credit agencies to downgrade it to default.

Published 10:30 PM

China plans to hit US with tariffs following Trump trade sanctions

China said Friday that the trade sanctions could target US-made products ranging from pork to steel pipes.

Published 8:49 PM

President Trump hires a talking head - again

Last week President Trump hired a CNBC contributor. This week he has hired one Fox News analyst and another frequent Fox guest.

Published 8:03 PM

Toys 'R' Us founder dies at 94

Days after Toys "R" Us announced they were closing all US stores, the company's founder, Charles Lazarus, died.

Published 7:58 PM

China: We would fight a trade war 'to the end'

China's US embassy lambasted President Trump's announcement that he will impose tariffs on China for its theft of US intellectual property.

Published 5:51 PM

The 13 best lines from CNN's Mark Zuckerberg interview

Here are the most interesting things Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told CNN.

Published 5:29 PM

Government and AT&T face off in opening of major antitrust case

Long lines formed Thursday morning for opening statements in the government's lawsuit over AT&T's planned purchase of Time Warner, which observers are watching as potentially the most consequential antitrust case in years.

Published 4:27 PM

Billionaire CEO on a mission to save Toys 'R' Us

Isaac Larian, founder of Bratz and Little Tikes toymaker MGA, says his wants to buy 400 US stores and keep Toys 'R' Us in business.

Published 3:54 PM

Mark Hamill: Still 'in denial' about fate of Luke Skywalker

Mark Hamill and his "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson sit down with CNNMoney's Frank Pallotta to talk about their relationship making Episode VIII and their love of original cast members Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.

Published 3:44 PM

Intellectual property theft nearly killed this American company

The Trump administration's investigation into Chinese intellectual property practices is personal for one American company.

Published 3:10 PM

Why we're living in a new golden age of aviation

Qantas is launching a new non-stop flight from Australia to London, the shortest and fastest version of the Kangaroo Route ever. Richard Quest explains why the milestone is just the latest in a new golden era of aviation.

Published 3:08 PM

Experts say crash video shows Uber's failure to protect pedestrian

Police have released a video of the crash that killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona.

Published 3:06 PM

Radhika Jones signals her arrival at Vanity Fair with Lena Waithe cover story

Vanity Fair's latest cover, which showcased Lena Waithe, gained praise online.

Published 3:00 PM

Toys 'R' Us founder Charles Lazarus dies days after the chain says it's closing

A week after Toys 'R' Us announced plans to close its US stores, company founder Charles Lazarus has died.

Published 2:52 PM

The poisonous myth of confidence culture

Women believe constant self-improvement and self-work can change their careers — but will it?

Published 2:36 PM

His daily beach photos turned into a global business

Australian Eugene Tan combined his love of surfing, photography and the web to create a multi-million dollar business called Aquabumps.

Published 1:49 PM

These American companies could lose in a trade war with China

Apple, Boeing, Intel and other big Dow companies could get hurt if China decides to fight back with tariffs of its own or other crackdowns on US companies.

Published 1:46 PM

Instagram prioritizes newer posts after user complaints

Instagram shows users content it believes they care about the most. Now, that's changing.

Published 1:27 PM

Is going public still worth it for startups?

Not every Wall Street debut can be a story of fame and fortune. Is going public still worth it?

Published 1:19 PM

Zuckerberg on data debacle: 'It was a breach of trust'

In an exclusive interview with CNN's Laurie Segall, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says that the way the developer platform was originally designed enabled 'scammy' developers to abuse data, but that the company took measures in 2014 to lock down the platform.

Published 1:13 PM

PACIFIC for March 22: Did Trump just launch a trade war?

The new CNNMoney newsletter about the center of change and innovation.

Published 12:48 PM

Citigroup restricts gun sales by business customers

Citigroup joins a growing list of companies that have waded into the gun control debate since a mass shooting left 17 dead at a Florida high school last month.

Published 12:41 PM

Trump grants tariff exemptions for EU and others on steel and aluminum

The European Union, Brazil, Argentina, Australia and South Korea will not be subject to the penalties.

Published 12:14 PM

Tax-filing tips: 8 tax mistakes to avoid

The April 17 tax filing deadline is less than a month away, so if you haven't submitted your return, it's time to get moving. These tax tips will help you avoid some common filing pitfalls.

Published 12:04 PM

3 things teachers need to know about retirement planning

Teachers with pensions still have to think about how they'll cover their remaining expenses in retirement.

Published 10:50 AM

NBC Sports to air Indianapolis 500 for first time in 2019

NBC Sports secured the rights to air the Indianapolis 500 for the first time ever.

Published 10:50 AM

This is the regulation Mark Zuckerberg wants for Facebook

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday that he would welcome more regulation of political advertising on the internet.

Published 10:41 AM

Landmark case opens as government tries to block AT&T-Time Warner deal

The trial could shape the media, telecom and tech industries for years.

Published 10:33 AM

3 ways to turbocharge your retirement savings

Does your nest egg need a boost? Here's how to pull it off.

Published 10:31 AM

Judy Woodruff named sole anchor of 'PBS NewsHour'

The announcement on Thursday formalized the future of the "NewsHour," nearly a year and a half after Woodruff's co-anchor Gwen Ifill died.

Published 10:15 AM

Britain won't make its new Brexit passports. Guess who will?

Britain has touted its new blue passports as a symbol of reclaimed sovereignty. But a Dutch-French company will print them.

Published 10:01 AM

Facebook's stock drops after Zuckerberg apologizes

"This was a major breach of trust, and I'm really sorry that this happened," Zuckerberg told CNN Wednesday.

Published 10:00 AM

Best Buy will stop selling Huawei smartphones

China's biggest smartphone marker is finding the United States an increasingly hostile environment.

Published 9:55 AM

Dow plunges 724 points as trade war fears rock Wall Street

Investors aren't responding well to President Trump's trade crackdown on China.

Published 9:34 AM

How a trade war could hurt these US states

The Trump administration is about to impose tariffs on China and on some steel and aluminum imports. The moves have producers in almost every state bracing for retaliation. Here are the states most likely to feel the most pain.

Published 8:31 AM

Steve Wynn has started selling his shares in Wynn Resorts

Steve Wynn, who resigned as CEO of Wynn Resorts in wake of allegations of sexual misconduct, has started to sell his shares in the company.

Published 8:07 AM

China tariffs; Zuckerberg apology; Nike earnings

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

Published 6:01 AM

China: We will hit back if US announces new tariffs

Beijing says it will 'resolutely defend' its interests if President Donald Trump announces new tariffs on Chinese goods.

Published 4:54 AM

YouTube restricts gun videos

YouTube published new guidelines that ban videos showing how to assemble a firearm or install certain accessories such as high-capacity magazines.

Published 12:10 AM