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Morgan Stanley predicts stock market surge

Morgan Stanley thinks the S&P 500 could surge to 3,000 because the economic recovery is not even close to being over.  More

Home Depot investigating 'massive' hack

Home Depot might have gotten hacked, and now the company is investigating whether customer data is compromised.  More

Bezos picks new Washington Post publisher

The founding CEO of the Washington Post's big rival, Politico, will now be in charge of the Post  More

Halliburton in $1.1 billion oil spill settlement

Halliburton agrees to pay $1.1 billion to resolve lawsuits stemming from the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  More

Put up or shut up time for Mayer and Yahoo

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will soon have a lot more money to play with once Alibaba goes public. But can she convince investors the company is FINALLY better?  More

Naked photos: 'Delete' doesn't mean delete

The latest celebrity photo hack shows your digital life doesn't end at your phone. If your stuff lives on "the cloud," you don't control the data.  More

1-800-Flowers is buying Harry & David

Online flower peddler is buying fruit gift basket retailers for $142.5 million.  More

Colorado's missing marijuana taxes

Voters were told the state would make $33.5 million from two new taxes in the first 6 months of recreational pot. The projections were way off. Here's why.  More

Dollar General raises bid for Family Dollar

Dollar General raises bid in its takeover battle with smaller rival Dollar Tree for Family Dollar.  More

9 reasons to be excited about Windows 9

Microsoft is expected to begin showing off Windows 9's features later this month. Here are the expected changes you should be thrilled about.  More

The cult of Xiaomi seeks world domination

Xiaomi is beating Apple and Samsung in China and 'selling a dream' as it bids for world smartphone domination.  More

Eric Cantor goes to Wall Street

Eric Cantor is taking his talents to Wall Street, joining boutique investment bank Moelis & Co.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

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Fast-food workers plan nationwide protest Thursday

Union organizers say that fast food workers will strike in more than 150 cities on Thursday. Workers want a $15 minimum wage and protection from retaliation by employers.  More

Big protests are coming to Hong Kong's financial district

The stage has been set for major pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong's financial district following a decision by Beijing to restrict proposed voting reforms.  More

How celebrities' nude photos get leaked

Celebrities' nude photos continue to get leaked on the Internet because of bad passwords and scams.  More

Russia ruble at lowest value ever

The Russian ruble has hit its lowest level ever against the U.S. dollar as new sanctions from Europe loom large.  More

Russian bank offers cats with mortgages

Russia's biggest bank, Sberbank, is offering to deliver cats to the doorsteps of new mortgage clients as part of a quirky promotional campaign.  More

Why Buffett's son bought Rosa Parks' papers

Howard Buffett talks to CNNMoney about what drove him to bid on - and eventually pay $4.5 million for - a historic collection of documents and other things belonging to the late civil rights icon Rosa Parks.  More

A&E deal would price Vice at $2.5 billion

The deal would value Vice at $2.5 billion. The online media company would also create content for the cable network, delivering a wider audience.  More

Japan's economic revival is in jeopardy

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been trying to reshape Japan's economy. Can he end deflation and deliver a revival?  More

Wall Street bets on prison growth from border crisis

The stocks of two for-profit prison companies shot up in August. The reason? Investors are betting undocumented immigrations will end up in those detention facilities.  More

The Coolest Kickstarter ever raises over $13 million

The Coolest Cooler is the most successful Kickstarter campaign in the site's history, raising $13.3 million from over 62,000 backers.  More

Tesla expands in China. Stock at all-time high

Tesla shares hit a new all-time high Friday after the company announced plans to build 400 charging points in China.  More

America's cheapest gas is in this town

Gas prices are falling to nearly $3 a gallon in some parts of South Carolina, and that will soon be common in much of the country.  More

4 reasons why you shouldn't fear September

Stocks have often tanked in September. But the market has actually done pretty well in September in the past few years. Will it happen again this year?  More

The economic cost of the war in Gaza

The August 26 ceasefire between Israel and Hamas is giving aid workers access to the rubble to size up the damage.  More

Denny's aimed at 1% opens in New York with $300 Grand Slam

"America's Diner" opened its doors for the first time in New York City Friday, hoping to attract a ritzy clientele. It's unclear if they will bite.  More

Slow Comcast speeds were costing Netflix customers

Netflix told the FCC that its speed on the Comcast network became so slow that customers began dropping their service.  More

A dozen McDonald's outlets closed in Russia

Russia's consumer watchdog agency is forcing McDonald's to close 12 outlets across the country over accusations of sanitary violations.  More

Indian economy gets a jolt

India's economy expands at a 5.7% annual rate in the spring, busting a long streak of quarters when growth failed to impress.  More

Struggling Angry Birds maker dumping CEO

With falling profits and flat revenue, Angry Birds maker Rovio taps ex-Nokia executive as next CEO.  More

Malaysia Airlines slashes 6,000 jobs in major restructuring

Malaysia Airlines has cut 6,000 jobs as part of a wide-ranging overhaul that follows the loss of two aircraft earlier this year.  More

Twitter suspends fake @JPMorganCEO account

A fake account claiming to be JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has been taken down.  More

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

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Outgoing AIG CEO given terminal cancer diagnosis

The CEO of American International Group, Robert Benmosche, says he is leaving the company earlier than expected because of a terminal cancer diagnosis.  More

Longer work-week looms for French workers

France's new economy minister is reportedly considering loosening strict government regulations that enforce 35-hour work weeks.  More

Abercrombie struggling to bring sexy back

Abercrombie & Fitch might have been cool 10 years ago, but today it's struggling just to stay in style.  More

Spider webs cause car recall again

Japanese automaker Suzuki, which pulled out of U.S. market last year, recalling 19,000 cars in which spider webs can cause problems in gas lines.  More

Massive bank hack: What you need to know

Some of the largest banks just got hacked. These are the facts.  More

Dollar General still wants to buy Family Dollar

Dollar General still wants to buy Family Dollar and says any antitrust issues are 'manageable.'  More

A smart necklace from Samsung? Really?

Samsung wants all your accessories to be smart. In addition to its Gear S watch, it introduced the Gear Circle -- Bluetooth-enabled earbuds with a magnetic clasp to go around your neck. And vibrates.  More

Malaysia Air posts $97 million loss

Malaysia Airlines lost $97.4 million in the second quarter as the carrier reeled from the loss of a second aircraft.  More

New England's epic supermarket feud ends

Supermarkets that for weeks have looked like ghost towns will soon spring back to life.  More

Hot stocks: 10 record breaking companies

The S&P 500 is trading at all-time highs, and many well-known businesses are leading the charge. Time to buy or sell?  More

U.S. runs out of investor visas as Chinese overwhelm program

Staggering interest from the Chinese in an immigration program has led the U.S. to run out of available visas for the first time ever.  More

FBI investigating hacking attack on JPMorgan

The FBI is looking into a data breach at JPMorgan Chase that may have connections to Russia or eastern Europe.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

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7 companies that keep more than $50 billion offshore

Companies like Apple, GE, and Microsoft that do business abroad can delay paying U.S. taxes on the billions of dollars they keep offshore -- indefinitely.  More

Diane Sawyer's no-fuss sign off from ABC's "World News"

There is no prime time retrospective or farewell tour planned -- merely a segment at the end of Wednesday's newscast.  More

Snapchat valued at more than $10 billion - report

Snapchat has gotten a $20 million funding round from Kleiner Perkins, valuing the company at $10 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal.  More

2008: Worse than the Great Depression?

Former Fed chief Ben Bernanke believes the 2008 financial crisis was the worst in global history, topping even the Great Depression.  More

Apple may unveil iWatch on September 9 -- report

Tech fans are already excited about the launch of Apple's iPhone 6 next month. There's now a report suggesting that the iWatch could be coming too. Wall Street is pleased.  More

Airplane scuffle spurs Knee Defender sales

'Knee Defender' clips to stop airplane seats from reclining spark fight, followed by rush of sales.  More

Elon Musk cancels launch.... admits to "dark dreams"

As Elon Musk cancels the latest launch of a SpaceX rocket, he's also got some "horrible nightmares" to contend with.  More

Alibaba rival JD.com is already a hot IPO

Investors are salivating over the chance to buy Chinese online retail king Alibaba. But rival JD.com is already public and its stock is on a tear  More

WeedHire: The job search app for the legal pot biz

Weedhire is like Monster for marijuana jobs. The Android app helps job seekers find positions at pot labs, dispensaries and even government regulators.  More

Time Warner Cable suffers nationwide Internet outage

Time Warner Cable, one of the nation's largest cable and broadband providers, suffers unusual widespread outage, sparking new complaints about the company's service.  More

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