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Friday, March 24, 2017

Mayo maker says it is no longer being probed by SEC, DOJ

In a company-wide email on Friday, Hampton Creek CEO Josh Tetrick wrote that both the SEC and the Department of Justice have closed their inquires into the company's so-called mayo-buyback scheme.

Published 4:15 PM

Stocks recover from selloff after health care bill is pulled

U.S. stocks sold off heading into the controversial health care vote Friday.

Published 4:00 PM

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Tax reform coming 'very soon'

Steve Mnuchin explains why he's confident tax reform will happen this year, and who will benefit.

Published 3:21 PM

4 things to know about Apple's red iPhone, new iPad and movie app

What to know about Apple's new red iPhones, updated iPad, and movie app.

Published 3:18 PM

NFL is looking for a partner to livestream games this season

The NFL is again shopping for a partner to livestream its Thursday Night Football games.

Published 3:11 PM

As health care fight dominates media, Trump team floats distractions

With the congressional fight over the American Health Care Act dominating the news cycle Friday, the White House spent the morning rolling out a series of unrelated policy and jobs announcements in an apparent attempt to distance itself from the bill.

Published 2:23 PM

Investors yank $8.9 billion from U.S. stocks, most in 9 months

Doubts about the future of President Trump's agenda have put Wall Street on the defensive. Investors yanked $8.9 billion from U.S. stock funds

Published 2:20 PM

Fact checking Trump's latest White House jobs announcement

With the fate of the Obamacare repeal teetering on the edge on Friday morning, President Trump brought a CEO to the White House to talk about jobs.

Published 2:05 PM

This tailor makes bulletproof clothing for presidents

Miguel Caballero is known as the bulletproof tailor of Bogota. For 25 years the Colombian tailor has been outfitting world leaders in his fashionable bulletproof clothing. And its rumored he's even dressed President Obama.

Published 1:56 PM

Global banks handled laundered Russian cash worth hundreds of millions

Data extracted from leaked documents show that some of the world's biggest banks processed hundreds of millions of dollars allegedly from a vast Russian money-laundering scheme.

Published 1:47 PM

Whale of a deal: SeaWorld owner sells stake

SeaWorld stock jumps after one of its owners, Blackstone, agrees to sell its stake to a Chinese company.

Published 1:33 PM

Insurers' pullback means problems for Obamacare

Congress decided Friday to not vote to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a new health care plan. But the Trump administration needs to address Obamacare's troubles to keep insurers in the market for 2018.

Published 1:01 PM

Cat Yoga - Yes, you can

Over 60 million people came to New York City last year, but this downtown yoga class offers a quiet place to go with the flow....with cats.

Published 12:59 PM

Steven Mnuchin calls out debt limit as a 'ridiculous concept'

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Friday said the idea of a U.S. debt limit is misleading.

Published 12:55 PM

How a 'Rogue One' planet got its name

Gareth Edwards, director of 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,' tells CNN's Frank Pallotta his inspiration for naming a planet in the film: his coffee.

Published 12:20 PM

'Rogue One' director on CGI actor controversy

'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' director Gareth Edwards sits down with CNN's Frank Pallotta to discuss fan backlash against the CGI versions of Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher in the film.

Published 12:16 PM

Mnuchin: Trump has 'perfect genes,' has given up KFC

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the president has "perfect genes."

Published 12:12 PM

Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs

President Trump hailed the State Department's approval of Keystone XL as a "great day for American jobs," but the controversial pipeline is only expected to create 35 permanent jobs once it's operational.

Published 11:33 AM

Steven Mnuchin: Trump's new tax reform plan coming 'very soon'

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin remains publicly confident that tax reform will happen this year, if not by August as he originally predicted then definitely by the fall, he said Friday.

Published 11:18 AM

Enough about Trump! Market tired of politics

There's more to the market than what's going on with the President and Congress. The Federal Reserve is arguably more important to Wall Street (and the economy) than politicians. And the world is a bigger place than America as well.

Published 11:18 AM

Mnuchin talks tech: 'I don't understand these valuations'

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he thinks tech stocks are too expensive.

Published 11:10 AM

What's inside the Republican health care bill?

Republicans are making changes to their health care bill, which seeks to repeal major portions of Obamacare and reform health care in America. CNNMoney breaks it down for you.

Published 10:51 AM

Brexit: EU says Britain's divorce bill may hit $62 billion

Jean-Claude Juncker says that Britain will need to pay roughly £50 billion ($62.4 billion) as it leaves the EU.

Published 9:33 AM

While the U.S. men's hockey team sat in business class, the women sat in coach

U.S. Women's National Hockey Team and USA Hockey are locked in negotiations over pay and benefits, and the clock is ticking.

Published 9:23 AM

Trump's deal on Obamacare repeal could break promise to protect the sick

Trump has agreed to conservative lawmakers' demands to eliminate Obamacare mandate to cover many health benefits, but that could make it tough for those with pre-existing conditions to find good coverage.

Published 9:16 AM

Dubai airports prepare for electronics ban

This is one of the busiest weekends at the busiest international passenger airport in the world, with the added twist of an electronics ban for flights to the United States. John Defterios reports from Dubai.

Published 9:14 AM

Jay Z thinks he's found the perfect suitcase

The entrepreneur-rapper is an early investor in Away, a baggage firm that sold $12 million in its first year.

Published 8:22 AM

The 20-year-old leading the March Against Revenge Porn

Leah Juliett was just 15 when nude photos of her first leaked online. Now she's rallying for awareness of the abuse she fell victim to in the March Against Revenge Porn in Brooklyn on April 1.

Published 8:12 AM

President Trump hops into a truck cab

While meeting people in the trucking industry, President Trump had the opportunity to hop into the cab of a big rig.

Published 8:07 AM

Growing concern over handling of GOP bill

There is growing concern in Washington with the way Speaker Paul Ryan has handled the health care bill process, according to a senior administration official. CNN's Dana Bash reports.

Published 7:40 AM

GOP remains split on health care bill

On the eve of a revised scheduled vote for the GOP's health care bill, President Trump gave Republican members of Congress, who remain deeply divided, an ultimatum: vote yes or he will move on and saddle them with the shame of failing to repeal Obamacare.

Published 7:20 AM

This robot could help companies go paperless

Ripcord is a new company, backed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, that has created a robot to sort, scan, and digitize papers for businesses.

Published 7:13 AM

U.S. workers face higher risk of being replaced by robots. Here's why

A PwC report estimates that 38% of U.S. jobs are at a high risk of being replaced by robots and artificial intelligence over the next 15 years.

Published 6:05 AM

U.S. health care; OPEC meeting; Electronics ban

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

Published 6:00 AM

This Chinese stock just mysteriously plunged 90%

The massive sell-off wiped $4.1 billion off the value of China Huishan Dairy months after it was targeted by research firm Muddy Waters.

Published 5:54 AM

Food, face cream and jet fuel: Japanese firm finds many uses for algae

Japanese firm Euglena has been cultivating a type of algae for use in food and cosmetics. But it wants to use it to power aircraft.

Published 5:32 AM