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'Twilight' lives again as a short film series on Facebook
Young adult vampires to return with five women directors at the helm - report
Top 10 companies lobbying Washington
Many publicly traded companies spend millions a year for political influence. It hasn't done much for their stock performance.
Meet Sway, Microsoft's first new Office app in a decade
Microsoft unveiled Sway, a new application Wednesday for creating and sharing documents across devices.
Did Starbucks start a pumpkin boom?
In the last five years, pumpkin sales have risen 34% as people demand pumpkin in everything from beer to beef jerky.
Olive Garden food flunks CNNMoney taste test
CNNMoney's Italian-American investing correspondents did a taste test of Olive Garden's food. They agree with hedge fund Starboard: It's not very appetizing.
Microsoft introduces Windows 10
Microsoft showed off the new Windows 10 at an event for business customers Tuesday.
The Internet is broken
The Internet is riddled with holes and bugs, and it is beyond repair.
Supervalu gets hacked ... again
Grocery chain is the latest victim of malware.
People are now bending iPhones in Apple Stores
Testing whether the iPhone 6 Plus BendGate controversy is real, some are testing it out in Apple Stores.
EU says Apple benefits from Irish state aid
Europe's top regulator is accusing Ireland of striking a deal with Apple back in 1991 that helped the tech giant artificially lower its tax bill for over two decades.
News Corp. to buy realtor.com parent
News and REA team up to buy Move for more than $1 billion.
Apple iPhone 6 finally cleared for launch in China
Apple has been granted regulatory approval by the Chinese government to sell the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Instagram CEO joins Wal-Mart's board
This is Wal-Mart's latest move to build up its online presence as it struggles to compete with retailers like Amazon.
Does Ello have what it takes to be the anti-Facebook?
Ello wants to capitalize on those who have gripes with Facebook -- can it work?
EBay spinning off PayPal as separate company
Online auction site eBay to spins off online payment service PayPal.
Ford says C-Max recall will cost $500 million
The company also said the sum will dent this quarter's profits.
Bank's 'repeated failures' led to 2,000 foreclosures, feds say
While borrowers were trying to save their homes from foreclosure, Flagstar Bank sat on important documents and 'drove borrowers into foreclosure,' authorities said.
27 new billionaires in richest Americans list
Forbes says the richest 400 people in America made $270 billion this year. All told, the group has a staggering $2.29 trillion in combined wealth.
Facebook ads now showing up across the Web
Facebook launched a new line of business Monday that will display advertisements on computers and mobile devices to users on sites across the Web.
Comcast vows: We'll fix our customer service
Comcast says it is taking steps to improve its famously bad customers service, naming new executive to deal with problems.
PayPal now lets shops accept Bitcoin
This week, PayPal took its first venture into the world of all-digital money. Merchants can now start accepting Bitcoin as payment.
Harley-Davidson recalls all 2014 Touring motorcycles
Harley-Davidson is recalling about 126,000 motorcycles over a problem with the clutch that could cause crashes, and a smaller number for a possible fuel tank leak.
India's new prime minister to corporate America: Come to India
After sellout New York function, Modi sets to do business and meet with top CEOs, including Google's Eric Schmidt, Citigroup's Michael Corbat and Pepsico's Indra Nooyi.
GM fixing problems with Corvette's 'nanny cam'
The "valet mode" could run afoul of recording consent laws, so GM told owners and dealers to either not use the feature or "obtain consent from the vehicle's occupants."
How iPhone apps could impact your insurance
The life insurance industry may have a new tool to help determine rates for customers: the iPhone.
Don't panic after Bill Gross exit
The bond king has left the building. Should investors hit the exits too?
Tapes prove regulators cozy with Goldman: Report
A report by
This American Life
reveals audio that alleges regulators at the Federal Reserve were cozy with Goldman Sachs
First GM victims accept Feinberg settlement
Families of girls killed in 2006 crash in Wisconsin are the first to accept deal offered by compensation fund.
Nike is killing it. Online sales jump 70%
Nike definitely brought its A game to the the online playing field where its sales are up 70%.
Woman: Disney stole my 'Frozen' life
Woman says hit movie is taken from her autobiography, and wants Disney to stop marketing it.
Investor wants Marissa Mayer's Yahoo to buy AOL
Activist fund Starboard Value released a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Friday urging her to consider a strategic deal with AOL. Both stocks rose on the news.
Ford recalls 850,000 cars for air bag flaw
Ford says it is recalling 850,000 cars because short circuit could prevent air bag from deploying in a crash.
Disney princesses run away with Hasbro
The company behind G.I. Joe muscles into Mattel's territory and takes its key Disney Princess franchise.
Return of CrackBerry? Not so fast
BlackBerry lost money again and sales plummeted from the same period last year. But smartphone shipments topped forecasts and the company is no longer burning through cash.
U.S. Bank refunding $48 million to customers
The CFPB has now ordered banks, credit card companies and lenders to refund a total of $4.6 billion to 15 million customers.
#FreeSimmons: Twitter reacts to Bill Simmons Suspension
Fans of Bill Simmons took to Twitter to support the suspended writer and host.
Apple fixes software bug in iPhone 6
Apple releases new software, iOS 8.0.2
6 things to love - and hate - about the iPhone 6
The iPhone 6 is a gorgeous, well-built phone. But you might not love everything that comes inside.
Hack attacks = big $ for cybersecurity IPO
The big drop in tech stocks didn't hurt the performance of a red hot IPO.
Let your employer get you a cheaper mortgage
Professional services firm KPMG is taking the unusual step of arranging preferential mortgage rates for its 12,000 U.K. employees.
Charging the iPhone 6 costs just 47 cents a year
It will cost you 72-times more to watch TV each year than it will to power up your iPhone 6.
Bay Area restaurant: "Hate us on Yelp"
Botto Bistro's owners solicited bad reviews out of spite
Top GM execs paid $1 million in last year of bailout
The U.S. Treasury let GM and Ally Financial execs get salaries that were too big, while the companies struggled to repay TARP.
Oracle co-CEOs get paid a ton
Oracle CEOs get paid a ton even though shareholders have voiced concerns over the high compensation
Tickets for Jeter's last game in the Bronx go sky high
Yankees fans are spending big bucks to see Jeter's last game in the Bronx even though there are forecasts of rain for the game.
Crazy corporate tax loopholes? 'Inversions' are small potatoes
Inversions have gotten outsized attention. But that masks the fact that there are far bigger corporate tax loopholes that deserve scrutiny.
Is the iPhone 6 Plus bendable?
Some iPhone 6 Plus users have reported that the new Apple device bends after being carried in a pants pocket for a prolonged period of time.
Apple: iPhone software fix 'in a few days'
Apple withdrew the software update on Wednesday -- shortly after it was released -- following widely-reported issues.
American soda goes on a diet
Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper plan to cut back on calories.
7 epic gadget flops
From the Microsoft Zune to the BlackBerry PlayBook, the Fire Phone is following in some unfortunate footsteps.
Branson: Take as much vacation as you want!
Billionaire businessman Richard Branson is experimenting with unlimited vacation for staff at Virgin Group offices.
Pimco under investigation by SEC
The SEC is investigating mega bond investor Pimco over how it prices its investments
iPhone 6 has car Bluetooth problems
Can't connect iPhone 6 to car Bluetooth? You're not alone.
Walmart offering checking accounts
Walmart teams with Green Dot Bank to offer customers checking accounts and debit cards.
Jack Ma was happy making $20 a month
The founder of Alibaba, now the richest man in China, spoke Tuesday on a wide range of topics, including how to spend money and his vision for the future.
Ebola drug maker's stock soars
Wall Street has taken notice of Tekmira's effort to treat the disease.
Baby GEs? General Electric may need a breakup
General Electric is the worst performer in the Dow this year. An analyst thinks the company needs to take a page from the AT&T playbook and split into several smaller companies.
Warren Buffett's $750 million grocery bill
Warren Buffett may be feeling rotten after investing in a British grocery chain that's gone bad.
Sheryl Sandberg stars in a comic book
The comic book "Lean In" is about the empowerment of women and their uphill battle in the male-dominated business world.
Gadgets to make you a superhuman
Put on these wearable gadgets, and you'll have superhuman strength, sight, hearing and health.
Neighbors accuse Zuckerberg of hoarding parking spots
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is accused of hiring people to hold parking spaces for construction workers at his $10 million home in San Francisco.
U.S. move on tax-dodging mergers hits drugs stocks
Shares in drugs companies take a beating after the U.S. made it harder for American firms to slash their tax bills by buying foreign rivals.
Jimmy Choo plans London listing
Jimmy Choo, the luxury retailer known for its pricey shoes, has announced plans for an initial public offering in London.
Messaging app Line shelves IPO plans
Popular messaging app Line, known for its cute emoticons, is shelving plans for an IPO this year.
World's Top Employers for New Grads
For an exclusive CNNMoney list, research firm
surveyed college students around the world to see where they most want to work.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma now China's richest man
Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma is now China's richest man, just days after his company posted the world's biggest IPO ever.
Google pulls out of conservative political group over climate change
Google chairman Eric Schmidt says company is dropping out of ALEC, a conservative political group, because it is lying on climate change.
Ferrari recalls 3000 cars for entrapment danger
Ferrari is recalling 3,000 of its exotic 458 sports cars because people get trapped inside the front storage compartment.
Stephen King's '11/22/63' is coming to Hulu
Stephen King and J.J. Abrams will be bringing a new series to Hulu
1 in 5 unemployed workers can't find jobs
Rutgers survey finds that the job market for long-term unemployed is still bleak.
Why Home Depot is not the next Target
Even though more credit card numbers were compromised at Home Depot than Target, Home Depot's stock is at an all-time high and the CEO probably won't lose his job.
21 deaths now tied to GM defect
After the first seven weeks of review, attorney Ken Feinberg has tied 21 deaths to a serious flaw in GM cars. He will continue to accept death claims for another three months.
Chrysler recalls more than 230,000 SUVs
Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos from 2011 might have faulty fuel pumps that could cause vehicles to stall.
Defense stocks up big as ISIS crisis escalates
Shares of several defense contractors are at all-time highs. Investors are betting on more military spending to fight ISIS. But is the rally almost over?
The UPS Store will 3-D print stuff for you
UPS announced Monday that it's bringing its in-store 3-D printing service to nearly 100 stores across the country.
The iPhone 6 is a gift for Best Buy
Best Buy could emerge as one of the biggest winners from booming iPhone 6 sales.
New chapter in Paula Deen's comeback
Deen buys her old Food Network shows and plans to air them, along with new shows.
German giants spend $25 billion to buy U.S. rivals
European companies just can't get enough of their U.S. rivals: two German firms splash $25 billion in cash for drugs and energy companies.
A cheapskate's guide to tech
From ebooks to phone service, here are some tips for living your digital life on the cheap.
Ravens spend 'six figures' on Ray Rice jersey swap
7,000 Ravens fans traded Ray Rice jerseys for one with another player's name. The team gave vouchers after it ran out of replacement jerseys.
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