EBay cofounder Pierre Omidyar's media firm First Look Media is rallying other media outlets in an amicus effort in support of Gawker.
Hackers -- some suspect North Korea -- are engaging in digital bank heists that have revealed shocking weaknesses in the security of the global financial system.
The network looks like Facebook and pranksters are already having fun with it.
The FBI has opened a national security investigation into the hacking of Bangladesh's central bank amid signs that the hack might have come from North Korea.
Instead of dropping bombs, drop food. That's the goal of a Helical outpost. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci looks at the repurposed shipping container designed to bring resources to conflict areas.
Jean-Claude Decaux, the French businessman who produced the first automatic public toilets, died at the age of 78.
The 15 highest-paid corporate chiefs in America took home nearly $700 million last year -- about $47 million apiece on average. Expedia's Dara Khosrowshahi tops the list -- with $95 million in total pay. David Zaslav, who was no. 1 last year moves down to no. 15 this year.
Verizon and its striking labor unions reached an agreement in principle on Friday to end the massive strike involving 36,000 workers. It's the biggest strike in the U.S. since 2011.
Janet Yellen hinted again Friday that a June or July interest rate hike is a very real possibility.
Whole Foods in Florida is selling lionfish meat to help cull the invasive species.
What we know about Trump University, from depositions and interviews with enrollees.
Detroit is on the mend after becoming the nation's largest city ever to go bankrupt just two years ago. CNN's Poppy Harlow asks Mayor Mike Duggan how the city is starting to turn around, betting big on small businesses, education and affordable housing.
Former Trump University students say they spent a lot of money but did not learn any real estate secrets. A review of Trump University presenters revealed questionable credentials and inflated resumes. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
Hercules Offshore on Friday said it plans to file its second Chapter 11 filing since August due to financial stress caused by the crash in oil prices.
Spending an afternoon in Bentley's luxurious new $230,000 SUV.
The gender pay gap in the labor market is pretty well documented. But the gender gap also exists in the housing market.
Electric car makers, including Renault and Citroën, are taking advantage of France's gas shortages to promote their vehicles.
Hackers have been able to gain access to the SWIFT network by infiltrating at least four banks worldwide. CNNMoney's Jose Pagliery explains how these hacks may have ties to North Korea.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" looks to bring in big numbers for 20th Century Fox this weekend at the box office.
Americans love refrigerators. Nearly 100% have at least one fridge and 23% of homes have two (or more).
Riot police have clashed with protestors in Paris in a second day of strikes against the government's controversial labor reform bill.
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel secretly financed Hulk Hogan's invasion of privacy lawsuit against Gawker Media.
The U.S. economy grew more in the first quarter than initially thought, according to revisions released by the Commerce Department Friday.
Is Europe good for business? That's the question dividing one British farming family.
As Atlantic City teeters on bankruptcy, state and local officials have reached a deal to keep the town up and running -- for a while, anyway.
Premium channels more open to projects that cater to older viewers starring actors like Anthony Hopkins, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Jane Fonda.
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
A British exit from the European Union would hurt trade, investment and jobs, according to leaders of G7 nations.