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Monday, May 22, 2017

Brazil meatpacker plunges 30% amid presidential bribery probe

JBS SA, one of the largest meat processing companies in Brazil, saw its stock tank 30% Monday as it's tangled in multiple corruption probes, including a major fight with President Michel Temer.

Published 5:14 PM

White House refuses ethics office request

The Office of Government Ethics asked the Trump administration to disclose any ethics waivers granted to former lobbyists. The White House says the ethics office wants too much information in an unrealistic time frame.

Published 5:03 PM

Building an organic chocolate business in Ecuador

Pacari, a family run business, exports its organic chocolate to over 40 countries and has International Chocolate Awards for its dark chocolate 5 years in a row.

Published 4:08 PM

Trump, Congress punt again on critical Obamacare subsidies

Trump administration and Congress delay decision on paying Obamacare cost-sharing subsidies for another three months.

Published 3:35 PM

Black Mirror creator: We replaced the supernatural with tech

During a panel for Netflix's Black Mirror, showrunner Charlie Brooker tells CNNTech's Laurie Segall that the show was inspired by the Twighlight Zone, but rather than the supernatural, Black Mirror focuses on technology. He also says despite the show's dark themes, he's optimistic about tech... in the long run.

Published 3:34 PM

America's safety net is at risk from Trump's budget ax

President Trump's budget is likely to make major cuts to safety net programs for the poor, including Medicaid, food stamps and disability payments.

Published 3:18 PM

How to make your iPhone more secure

Want to keep your iPhone safe? Take these three precautions.

Published 2:28 PM

Cabinet member praises absence of protest in a country where protests are illegal

President Trump's commerce secretary praised the absence of protesters in Saudi Arabia this weekend, even though that form of expression is banned in the kingdom.

Published 2:26 PM

How to tackle credit card debt

Drowning in credit card debt? Follow these three steps.

Published 2:24 PM

Why Ford fired its CEO

Why Ford fired its CEO: Shares tumbled amid doubts in about unprecedented changes and new competitors ahead.

Published 1:28 PM

Defense stocks at record highs on Trump-Saudi deal

Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and General Dynamics each hit new all-time highs after Saudi Arabia announced $110 billion in defense contracts with the US during President Trump's visit to the kingdom.

Published 1:00 PM

Your bottom line: This is what's affecting your money

It can be hard to keep up with the heavy news flow. But don't worry: Here's your cheat sheet to the news that affected your wallet last week.

Published 12:44 PM

American oil companies deepen Saudi ties, despite rivalry

Despite their battle in global oil markets, Saudi Arabia and America have deepened their energy ties with a slew of deals signed during President Trump's visit. The agreements show the complex relationship between two of the world's largest oil producers.

Published 12:27 PM

Ford Executive Chairman: We need to be quicker

Ford CEO Mark Fields is out after less than three years. Executive Chairman Bill Ford tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why Ford must be more agile as technology changes rapidly.

Published 12:09 PM

New Ford CEO's resume includes furniture and football

Meet Jim Hackett, the new CEO of Ford.

Published 11:22 AM

Elon Musk says Tesla can't yet launch in India

Elon Musk had suggested the electric car company could enter India this summer. That doesn't look likely.

Published 10:59 AM

This tech could save millions of piglets from accidentally being crushed

Millions of newborn piglets are accidentally crushed every year under their mother. SmartGuard is a tech device designed to save piglets' lives.

Published 10:59 AM

Bitcoin prices are soaring under Trump

Remember bitcoin? The digital currency's price has more than doubled this year. Some cite the fact that President Trump has some pro-bitcoin advisers in his administration. But others argue bitcoin is a great play on political turmoil.

Published 10:58 AM

Mark Zuckerberg: I'm not running for office

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said his tour of the U.S. doesn't mean he's currently running for public office.

Published 9:23 AM

The Church of England has better money managers than Harvard

The Church of England's endowment grew by 17% in 2016. Harvard's fund lost money in its last fiscal year.

Published 8:41 AM

Cathay cuts 600 jobs as top Asia airlines feel the squeeze

Cathay Pacific lays off about 600 people as competition from China and low-cost rivals hits business.

Published 7:00 AM

Japan and Canada want to resurrect Pacific trade deal Trump killed

Ministers from countries including Australia and Canada are trying to revive the mammoth trade deal that President Trump killed.

Published 5:46 AM

Trouble at Ford; Merger Monday; Stocks hold steady

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

Published 5:44 AM

How Facebook decides what violent and explicit content is allowed

As Facebook scrambles to deal with videos of suicide and murder on its platform, a new Guardian report reveals the network's internal rules on regulating content.

Published 3:42 AM

Ford is replacing CEO Mark Fields with another exec

Ford CEO Mark Fields is out, to be replaced by Jim Hackett, industry outsider recently brought on to run Ford's autonomous vehicles efforts.

Published 1:12 AM