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  • Netflix is worth more than Disney 

    Netflix has been on fire for years, adding millions of subscribers around the world. Now, it's worth more than both Disney and cable giant Comcast.

  • GDPR, explained 
    GDPR, explained(01:37)4:27pm

    The EU's General Data Protection Regulation aims to put online data back in the hands of users. Companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook will be required to give their EU customers more control over their personal information.

  • Vimeo CEO: Failure is essential to success 

    Anjali Sud was told she didn't have the right personality to be in investment banking. Now the CEO of Vimeo, she says those early rejections gave her the confidence to take risks later in her career.

  • US considers tariffs on car imports 

    Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said late Wednesday that following a conversation with Trump, he is launching an investigation into whether automobile imports are hurting US national security. CNNMoney's Christine Romans reports.

  • Turkish lira hits record low 

    Turkey is trying desperately to halt a collapse in its currency that could trigger an economic crisis just as the country prepares to vote in an election.

  • Richard Branson wants you to rethink cruises 

    Virgin Voyages has unveiled sleek new ship designs in hopes of attracting a different kind of cruise ship traveler.

  • Judge rules Trump can't block people on Twitter 

    A federal judge has ruled that President Trump is in violation of the Constitution when he blocks users on Twitter. CNNMoney's Hadas Gold reports.

  • Analyst: US growth has peaked 
    Analyst: US growth has peaked(01:59)May 23 2018

    Darius Dale, Senior Global Macro Analyst with investment research firm Hedgeye Risk Management, says America's cruising economy is about to hit a speed bump.

  • Here's why Ford isn't phasing out the Mustang 

    Ford plans to phase out its entire car line-up, with one exception - the Mustang. CNNMoney's Peter Valdes-Dapena explains why the Mustang is here to stay.

  • Target blames weather for poor earnings 

    Despite Target's strong online sales growth, investors are worried that the company is spending too much to catch up to Amazon.

  • Former HuffPo exec on embracing gender fluidity 

    In 2017, former Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry came out as gender fluid. He sits down with CNNMoney's Laurie Segall about how his family reacted to the news and his newest project, the website fluidity.love.

  • Comcast prepares to top Disney's bid for Fox 

    Comcast says it's getting ready to top Disney's $52-billion bid for some of 21st Century Fox's assets. CNNMoney's Hadas Gold reports on the scramble for content among media companies.

  • Zuckerberg grilled by European lawmakers 

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was grilled with a series of pointed questions as he testified before European Parliament about the company's recent data breaches. But Zuckerberg responded with few new answers.

  • Journalists blocked from EPA event 

    Reporters from CNN, the Associated Press and the trade publication E&E were barred by the Environmental Protection Agency from entering a national summit where Scott Pruitt, the agency's chief, was speaking. CNNMoney's Oliver Darcy reports.

  • Betsy DeVos' controversial statements 

    Here are a few of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' most contentious remarks from gun control in schools to sexual harassment on campus.

  • What if a digital twin could go to work for you? 

    Meet Cora. She's a customer service avatar designed by New Zealand company Soul Machines. But what will digital 'humans' entering the workforce mean for us all?

  • Why are the French always striking? 

    France has a special relationship with industrial action. CNN's Jim Bittermann explains how the French became the world's most famous strikers.

  • This guy could sell ice to Eskimos 

    Gene Simmons is more than just a Rock Star. He says he has never got drunk or high in his life and yet the KISS bass player is the face for a company selling medical marijuana.

  • Daymond John: Failure is a necessary process 

    Daymond John always wanted to be an entrepreneur. He started out selling t-shirts from his van. Now he's the founder of hip hop apparel company Fubu and one of the investors on "Shark Tank."

  • NYPD investigating Mario Batali for sexual misconduct 

    In a "60 Minutes" report, multiple women shared their stories of alleged sexual abuse by celebrity chef Mario Batali.

  • 'Deadpool 2' is Ryan Reynolds vs. Josh Brolin 

    Ryan Reynolds returns as the red spandex-clad 'merc with a mouth' opposite Josh Brolin's Cable in 'Deadpool 2.' David Daniel has a look.

  • This is what Venezuela needs to fix its economy 

    The Venezuelan economy is still crippled by soaring inflation and a lack of investment in its oil industry. CNN's Paula Newton reports from Caracas, Venezuela.

  • Putting Trump's 'animals' remark in context 

    Brian Stelter, Sabrina Siddiqui, John Avlon and ----Max Boot discuss the coverage of President Trump's recent "animals" remark. Trump says he was talking about MS-13 gang members. The panel agrees that context is critical, but John Avlon also warns the press should be weary of "bullies playing the victim card."

  • Does Giuliani have a press strategy?  

    Sabrina Siddiqui, John Avlon and ----Max Boot discuss how Trump surrogates like Rudy Giuliani and Kellyanne Conway sow "confusion" in interviews. Avlon asserts that it's about deflecting and diverting attention from issues the president doesn't want the press to cover.

  • Trump targeting Amazon -- and the Post? 

    Josh Dawsey of the Washington Post reports that the president has been pushing the postmaster general to raise Amazon's shipping rates. Brian Stelter brings up concern that Trump is trying to punish Amazon, run by Jeff Bezos, for critical coverage by the Bezos-owned Post.

  • 'Flipping the script' after mass shootings  

    Brian Stelter and Dave Cullen, author of "Columbine," discuss how media coverage of mass shootings is evolving. Cullen says killers are being deprived of attention: "The Parkland kids flipped the script."

  • Are Michael Avenatti's 15 minutes up? 

    John Avlon wonders if Michael Avenatti is developing an "Icarus problem." Max Boot argues Avenatti has been very effective in using "Trumpian tactics against Trump" and turning into "a real tormentor for the White House."

  • Stelter asks Conway: Where is Trump getting his info? 

    "If there was evidence of collusion, it would've leaked out by now," Kellyanne Conway says. Brian Stelter challenges Conway to identify the sources of Trump's wild claims and conspiracy theories about the Russia probe.

  • Conway says White House is hunting for leakers 

    Kellyanne Conway says some Trump aides use leaks to "settle personal scores." She also downplays the severity of the White House's leak problem. Brian Stelter suggests leaking is just a "symptom" of a "deeper problem" in the administration.

  • Stelter: Is Trump "hiding" from the press? 

    "The president has not held a solo press conference at the White House for 400 days. Why is that?" Kellyanne Conway responds by saying "the president talks to people all the time." Brian Stelter also asks about Trump's lack of TV interviews.

  • Kellyanne Conway says leaks are just people trying to 'settle personal scores' 

    "There are hundreds and hundreds of people who work on that complex, that folks don't know, but they have access to a lot of information," Conway said. "The president knows that."

  • 'SNL' spoofs 'The Sopranos' in season finale  

    "Saturday Night Live" marked special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation first anniversary with a spoof of "The Sopranos'" final

  • Watch: Highlights from the royal wedding 

    From the fiery preacher to the gospel choir to the vows, see all the video highlights from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's royal wedding.

  • Famous royal wedding guests: Who was there 

    Royalty, actors, athletes, fashionistas ... Watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding guests roll up on the big day.

  • Love & laughter at the royal wedding 

    Crowds of royal fans from around the world flocked to the town of Windsor on the day of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.

  • See Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding kiss 

    See Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share their first kiss as a married couple.

  • The Queen arrives to the royal wedding 

    Queen Elizabeth II arrives at St. George's Chapel in Windsor for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

  • See Meghan Markle walk herself down the aisle 

    Meghan Markle walks herself down the aisle inside the chapel to be met by Prince Harry's father, Prince Charles, who walked her the rest of the way.

  • Counting the cost of the Royal Wedding 

    Numbers and Nuptials: Just how much is TOO much when it comes to a royal wedding?

  • Debating the cost of Britain's Royals 

    The Royals are expensive to have around. Richard Quest and Samuel Burke debate the pros and cons.

  • Where to watch the wedding in the U.S.? 

    Americans don't have to feel left out when it comes to the Royal Wedding. For the first time in history, cinemas in the U.S. will be showing the wedding on the silver screen.

  • Getting ready to walk down the 'aisle' 

    It's a coupling that you may not have expected. But take a listen as to why this trans-Atlantic marriage may just work.

  • Royalty and the media: A history 

    Thomas Markle and his will he, won't he walk his daughter down the aisle has reminded us of the uneasy relationship that the House of Windsor has with the media. CNN's Anna Stewart has more.

  • 'Catfish' host accused of sexual harassment 

    MTV's "Catfish" is on hold from production after a former guest on the show accuses host and executive producer Nev Schulman of sexual harassment.

  • Why JCPenney is in serious trouble 

    JCPenney has seen better days. CNNMoney's Paul R. La Monica explains what's behind the retailer's ongoing downfall.

  • How Walmart is taking on Amazon 

    Between a flurry of acquisitions, strong digital sales and an increased international presence, Walmart is going toe-to-toe with Amazon in the online retail battle.

  • Giuliani: We didn't get Hillary treatment 

    Jack Quinn, the former White House Counsel to President Clinton, tells CNN's Don Lemon that Rudy Giuliani's comments "demonizing" the Russia investigation are "shameful."

  • Bumble Bee CEO indicted for tuna price-fixing scheme 

    A federal grand jury indicted Christopher Lischewski, the CEO of Bumble Bee Foods, in connection with a packaged seafood price-fixing scam.

  • Breaking down the cost of a royal wedding 

    The dress, the cake, the flowers, the security - how much is the royal wedding estimated to cost and who foots the bill? CNNMoney's Samuel Burke breaks down the numbers.

  • CBS' Moonves fights possible Viacom merger 

    CBS head Leslie Moonves is battling against National Amusements president Shari Redstone, who wants CBS and sister company Viacom to consider merging. CNNMoney's Brian Stelter reports.