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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Massive Pittsburgh area mall sold for $100

A 1.1 million square foot mall in Pittsburgh just sold for about as much money as you'd expect to spend on a pair of snow boots.

Published 4:38 PM

UK Chancellor wants trade partnerships with the world

Philip Hammond tells Richard Quest that the UK will remain a competitive place to do business despite Brexit.

Published 4:31 PM

Senator to Mnuchin: Tell us about Trump's foreign debts

Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill is demanding that Treasury secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin look into Donald Trump's foreign investments if he gets the job.

Published 4:31 PM

Coming soon: An American-made Kalashnikov

Kalashnikov USA will start selling semiautomatic shotguns in February, CEO says. The first American-made AKs go on sale later this year.

Published 4:07 PM

Senate grills Treasury pick on foreclosure record

Steven Mnuchin defended his record running OneWest bank at his confirmation hearing for Treasury secretary.

Published 3:45 PM

Davos leaders weigh in on Quest's 'Scale of Uncertainty'

An all-star lineup of business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos tell CNNMoney's Richard Quest how uncertain they are about the global economy in 2017.

Published 3:40 PM

TV networks prep for their inauguration job: broadcasting peaceful transfer of power

The nation's television networks play a pivotal role in every inauguration by blanketing Washington with dozens of cameras and transmitting every moment of the day. By literally showing the peaceful transfer of power, the news coverage sends signals to the country and the world about American democracy.

Published 3:28 PM

Lagarde: We have to make sure everyone benefits from globalization

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde tells Richard Quest that there are many positive aspects to globalization and that it's raised millions out of poverty.

Published 3:09 PM

St. Louis' public library computers hacked for ransom

Hackers have infected every public computer in the St. Louis Public Library system, stopping all book borrowing and cutting off internet access to those who rely on the libraries for computers The computer system was hit by ransomware.

Published 2:51 PM

BOJ Chief: US growth will spur global growth

The head of Japan's central bank tells Richard Quest why Japan will continue with monetary easing as the US raises rates.

Published 2:24 PM

Steven Mnuchin: 'I'd like us to raise the debt ceiling sooner rather than later'

President-elect Trump's pick for Treasury Secretary tells lawmakers that honoring U.S. debt is the 'most important thing' and that there 'should be no uncertainty that we are paying our bills.'

Published 2:23 PM

The emergence of the 'cyber cold war'

Russia and the United States are now engaged in a cyber cold war.

Published 2:15 PM

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac plunge on Mnuchin comments

Shares of the government-backed mortgage buying giants fell sharply after Trump's Treasury Secretary nominee said he was in favor of a bipartisan solution to help Fannie and Freddie but stopped short of saying they will be privatized.

Published 2:14 PM

Octomom foreclosure haunts Treasury nominee

Treasury secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin invoked "Octomom," the nickname of octuplets mom Nadya Suleman, at his confirmation hearing Thursday.

Published 2:13 PM

Investors are the most bullish in 2 years

Investors are giddy right now. Just about any indicator you look at is bullish. But there are two warning signs that a downturn could come soon after Inauguration Day.

Published 1:55 PM

Global CEOs are ready for President Trump

The leaders of major global companies expect Donald Trump to get right down to business after inauguration.

Published 1:49 PM

Energy power players forecast 2017

CNNMoney's John Defterios interviews major energy players from around the world at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Published 1:42 PM

Tesla Autopilot not defective in fatal crash

Tesla's Autopilot system was working as it was designed to in a fatal Florida crash, NHTSA said following an investigation.

Published 1:24 PM

Intel report: Putin directly ordered effort to influence election

The US intelligence community concluded in a declassified report released Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an "influence campaign" aimed at hurting Hillary Clinton and helping Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

Published 1:14 PM

Kalashnikov USA to sell American-made guns in February

Kalashnikov USA says it will start selling guns manufactured in its Florida factory this February. The company initially said it would sell American-made guns in 2015, but manufacturing problems delayed sales.

Published 1:02 PM

First cash, now India could ditch card payments by 2020

Indian officials are touting a switch to biometric payments by 2020, eliminating the need for cash and cards altogether.

Published 12:42 PM

Why GOP governors like Medicaid under Obamacare. Hint: $

Some GOP governors who have expanded Medicaid under Obamacare don't want Congress to repeal it.

Published 12:31 PM

Saudi oil minister: I don't lose sleep over shale

Khalid al-Falih says he is not worried about increased competition from U.S. shale producers.

Published 12:11 PM

Twitter mostly meets its modest diversity goals

Twitter released its annual diversity report on Thursday, revealing it mostly met its modest goals in 2016.

Published 12:00 PM

Trump market rally on hold, but it may not be over

Stocks have been flat so far this year as investors wait for more details from Donald Trump about stimulus and other economic policies. But now that he's about to take office, some investors think stocks could soon head higher again.

Published 11:56 AM

Russian officials: We're not counting on Trump to lift sanctions

Russian officials in Davos said they are not expecting Donald Trump to lift economic sanctions imposed on the country after it annexed Crimea from Ukraine.

Published 11:53 AM

How to earn $5,000 a year more in retirement

If you're smart about when you first claim Social Security, you can increase your benefits and reap the rewards for the rest of your life.

Published 11:40 AM

Outgoing Commerce Secretary: Policy more important than a tweet

Chief business correspondent Christine Romans sits down with outgoing Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker on the eve of a new administration.

Published 11:21 AM

Trump adviser: Leaders missed people's 'depth of frustration'

Rich Lesser, a member of Trump's Strategy Forum, tells Richard Quest that business and government leaders failed to notice the rise of populism.

Published 11:14 AM

The sneaky ways countries cheat the U.S. on trade

Wilbur Ross, Trump's pick for commerce secretary, is angered by these sneaky tactics he says China and other countries use to cheat the U.S. on trade.

Published 11:04 AM

China still dumping U.S. debt -- and so is Japan. But Russia is buying

China and Japan sold a large amount of U.S. Treasury bonds in November. It's not just a reaction to Donald Trump and possible stimulus though. They have been selling bonds for months. If this continues, rates could creep even higher.

Published 10:32 AM

Pizza Hut is hiring 11,000 workers

Pizza Hut is looking to hire 11,000 workers in time for the Super Bowl surge.

Published 10:25 AM

Meet the woman trying to change book publishing in India

Chiki Sarkar is the founder of Juggernaut, a mobile first book publishing startup. Chiki was the India editor of Penguin and quit to establish a platform for authors to publish their books digitally.

Published 10:13 AM

Republican senator's bill aims to reel in Trump's trade power

Republican senator Mike Lee is slated to introduce a bill Friday that would force President-elect Donald Trump to get approval from Congress to use tariffs or withdraw from trade deals.

Published 10:11 AM

Trump was right about Mexican-made GM cars

Donald Trump slammed GM for selling Mexican-made Cruzes in the U.S. It turns out he was right. GM is even selling some Mexican-made Cruze sedans in Lordstown, Ohio, which is supposed to be the 'home of the Cruze.'

Published 10:03 AM

Trump's Treasury pick accused of foreclosure heartbreak stories

Struggling homeowners say they were misled by OneWest, the bank led by Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin.

Published 10:02 AM

Treasury pick under fire for foreclosure practices

Steven Mnuchin, Donald Trump's pick for Treasury Secretary, has come under fire for foreclosure practices at OneWest bank under his leadership. CNN's Drew Griffin sat down with people affected by those foreclosures.

Published 9:49 AM

Trump Treasury pick: 'I have been maligned'

Trump Treasury pick Steven Mnuchin defends his record on foreclosures at a confirmation hearing.

Published 7:54 AM

China to the U.S.: Let's talk about trade

Beijing is seeking to defuse tension with the U.S. over trade, calling for dialogue to resolve problems.

Published 7:41 AM

The U.S. shale oil business is not dead

Saudi Arabia tried to kill off the U.S. oil boom. Instead, it just made the industry more efficient.

Published 7:38 AM

Can China make it 4 quarters of identical growth in a row?

Economists expect official figures to show that China's economy maintained its "uncanny stability" by growing at 6.7% for a fourth consecutive quarter.

Published 7:32 AM

Obamacare's impact on this Alaska town with only one doctor's office

Dr. John Cullen is one of four physicians in the only doctors' office in Valdez, Alaska, a town of 4,000 residents. The practice used to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars a year because it treated so many patients who lacked health coverage. But since Obamacare was put in place, uncompensated claims have been reduced by 70%.

Published 7:31 AM

Globalization under attack. Can it survive?

After votes in the United Kingdom and the United States, the global elites in Davos are rethinking how they approach globalization. Richard Quest explores the range of reactions from political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum.

Published 7:03 AM

Alibaba backs Olympics through 2028

The e-commerce firm will help sell merchandise, organize the Games and run a Chinese internet TV channel.

Published 6:51 AM

Super Mario Run is coming to Android devices

Nintendo's debut smartphone game Super Mario Run is coming to the Android app store in March, months after it launched on Apple devices.

Published 5:23 AM

Trouble for Toshiba and Takata; ECB announcement; Watching Netflix

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

Published 5:12 AM

Paul McCartney sues to get Beatles songs back from Sony

Paul McCartney filed a lawsuit against Sony/ATV in an attempt to regain the copyrights to a long list of Beatles hits that he either wrote or co-wrote.

Published 4:35 AM