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Friday, September 30, 2016

Worried about fake bank accounts in your name? Here's what you need to know

Wells Fargo's was recently hit with a record fine for opening up unauthorized bank and credit accounts. But every banking customer should be paying attention to their accounts and credit report.

Published 6:04 PM

She won 27 games as head coach, but was forced out anyway

Beth Burns, a former SDSU coach who was fired in 2013, won nearly $3.4 million in a gender discrimination lawsuit.

Published 5:00 PM

How not to interview Trump

CNNMoney's Brian Stelter explains how Fox News hosts have failed to press Donald Trump on critical points.

Published 4:34 PM

In 2016 circus, VP debate promises more staid politics

The vice-presidential debate between Tim Kaine and Mike Pence promises to be something we haven't seen a debate be for a little while: kind of boring.

Published 4:24 PM

Amanda Knox documentary takes media to task

The filmmakers behind Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary talk about the headlines that led them to make the movie

Published 3:56 PM

Ferrari's fastest convertible

The LaFerrari Aperta hybrid convertible was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. Too bad this supercar with a top speed of 217 miles per hour is already sold out.

Published 3:43 PM

Daymond John: I've been stopped and frisked "maybe 20 times in my life"

Daymond John, the CEO of FUBU, said he's been stopped and frisked by police about 20 times in his life.

Published 3:30 PM

How I hid art in 'Melrose Place'

Mel Chin and the artists of the Gala Committee led a "top secret" operation: hiding their art on the sets of "Melrose Place." Unbeknownst to millions of the drama's fans, every week their television sets became covert contemporary art galleries.

Published 3:23 PM

Daymond John: I've been stop-and-frisked twenty times

FUBU Founder Daymond John tells CNNMoney's Christine Romans that the controversy of stop-and-frisk resonates with him, and how recent tragic shootings can open up a larger dialogue.

Published 3:17 PM

Costco's new Visa card is off to a hot start

Costco said that it has signed up more than a million new members for its co-branded Visa credit card. Earnings topped forecasts too. But is the worst really over? Competition from Amazon and Walmart and food deflation are issues.

Published 1:59 PM

Wells Fargo illegally seizes soldier's car: 'I just think it sucks'

Dennis Singleton of the North Carolina National Guard still hasn't gotten his car back, or any money, years after Wells Fargo illegally repossessed his car. "Honestly, I just think it sucks," he said.

Published 1:58 PM

Iconic '80s toy bear Teddy Ruxpin is back

Teddy Ruxpin, the hugely popular talking bear from the 1980s, is making a comeback. Teddy 2.0 will still tell stories, but he's getting a few upgrades.

Published 1:05 PM

China is cutting off cash to Venezuela

China is no longer offering Venezuela new loans, according to experts. It spells bad news for Venezuela, which relied heavily on Chinese finance.

Published 12:52 PM

Wells Fargo made me work overtime -- without extra pay

Former Wells Fargo hourly workers interviewed by CNNMoney say they were forced to stay late to meet crazy sales goals without being paid overtime required by federal law.

Published 12:49 PM

Alec Baldwin to channel his inner Trump

Alec Baldwin becomes Donald Trump. CNN's Jeanne Moos previews the return of "SNL" with a new Donald.

Published 12:20 PM

Big names, big viewership: 'Saturday Night Live' gets ready to mock Trump and Clinton

"Saturday Night Live" has already secured Alec Baldwin as its Donald Trump, and now it's hoping for ratings like it had in 2008, when Tina Fey was there to portray Sarah Palin.

Published 11:58 AM

Why 1 million workers are getting paid sick leave: Op-Ed

U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez writes about why the Labor Department introduced a new rule requiring federal contractors to provide paid sick leave to workers.

Published 11:56 AM

This MacArthur 'genius' is helping the unbanked one loan at a time

MacArthur Foundation 'genius' grant recipient, José Quiñonez, has developed a way for immigrants who have little to no credit to gain access to bank accounts and other financial services, pay down costly high-interest debts and build their credit without relying on predatory payday loans.

Published 11:46 AM

Punish Wells Fargo? Yes. Break it up? No.

Wells Fargo needs to pay for its sins. But people have already lost their jobs. The bank's stock is falling. And there are big fines, with perhaps more coming. So should Congress make matters worse by breaking the bank up? No.

Published 11:20 AM

Vidal, Buckley debates paved way for TV punditry

Published 11:11 AM

Qatar is losing billions on Deutsche Bank

Qatar will have a big say over what happens next at struggling Deutsche Bank.

Published 10:26 AM

Why Walmart is interested in India's biggest online retailer

The Arkansas-based retailer is reportedly in talks to invest up to $1 billion in Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart.

Published 9:58 AM

Donald Trump's last press conference was on July 27

Donald Trump, who previously knocked Hillary Clinton for avoiding the press, has not held a press conference for more than two months. And he hasn't shown any signs of rethinking his Fox-centric strategy.

Published 9:16 AM

Meet Luigi: MIT's sewer-scouring robot

Scientists believe that by using robots to study fecal matter, they can predict the spread of communicable diseases and influence health policy.

Published 8:46 AM

Brexit? What Brexit? Business is booming

A hundred days after the U.K. voted to leave the EU, London's restaurant scene is booming. Nina dos Santos finds out why Brexit has not curbed Britons appetite or their spending.

Published 8:31 AM

Deutsche Bank CEO tells staff: Market forces are trying to weaken us

Deutsche Bank's chief executive has made an appeal for calm, telling employees that worries over the bank's financial health are vastly overstated.

Published 7:50 AM

Dodgers announcer Vin Scully retires

Vin Scully retires from announcing for the Los Angeles Dodgers after 67 years.

Published 7:47 AM

100 days after Brexit vote: No meltdown (yet)

It's 100 days since the Brexit vote and the British economy appears to be humming along nicely. Stay tuned!

Published 7:34 AM

WSJ columnist urges voters to pick Clinton over 'unstable' Trump

A member of the Wall Street Journal's editorial board has urged Americans to vote for Hillary Clinton to avoid a potentially disastrous Trump presidency.

Published 5:47 AM

Deutsche Bank slumps; European markets follow; Brexit relief

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

Published 5:02 AM

Deutsche Bank shares rebound in wild trading session

Deutsche Bank investors are breathing a huge sigh of relief after the lender's stock went on a wild ride.

Published 4:18 AM