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  • Will UPS' weathermen save Christmas? 

    After failing to deliver thousands of Christmas packages on time in 2013, UPS has bolstered this year's operations to ensure a successful holiday season. And they're paying special attention to the weather.

  • Mark Cuban: Why we pulled 'Interview' premiere 

    Mark Cuban, whose emails were included in the Sony hack leak, says the studio was right to greenlight 'The Interview.' But he decided to cancel the New York premiere at the theater he owns.

  • Russian expats hurt by sanctions 

    London is home to many Russians. While oligarchs are the stereotype, many ordinary Russians are suffering. Jim Boulden met one Russian businessman whose business has nearly collapsed under the weight of the economic sanctions.

  • Best day for stocks in 2014 

    Investors loved the message from Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve, leading to the best two days the stock market has seen in 6 years.

  • How a balloon drop over North Korea works 

    Human Rights Foundation President Thor Halvorssen explains how his group smuggles banned material into North Korea, which they're hoping to do with 'The Interview'.

  • The rise and fall of Angelo Mozilo and Countrywide 

    Angelo Mozilo started Countrywide and made hundreds of millions of dollars. But it all fell apart in the subprime mortgage crisis. Mozilo paid up, but not as much as you might think.

  • Stephen Colbert: The Man vs. The Character  

    As Stephen Colbert signs off from 'The Colbert Report' tonight, Brian Stelter takes a look at the family man turned mock host.

  • The story behind oil's plunge 

    This is the story of how one of the world's most important sources of energy loses half of its value in just six months.

  • This oil CEO isn't afraid of falling prices 

    The CEO of Gulf Keystone Petroleum tells CNN's Max Foster that falling oil prices are nothing for oil producers to be scared of.

  • Canceled 'Interview' draws sharp criticism 

    Sony pulling the release of 'The Interview' prompts heated debate over the political and business costs to the US.

  • 'Freakonomics' Host: Thanks 'Serial!' 

    According to Stephen Dubner of "Freakonomics," the "Serial" craze has helped all podcasts, and the medium's growing popularity could translate into big bucks down the road.

  • Sony pulls 'The Interview' release  

    Sony cancels next week's release after many major movie theatre chains yank the film from their schedules.

  • Silicon Valley's recruitment plan 

    Laurie Segall sits down with Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian and founder of AeroFS, Yuri Sagalov, to discuss how immigration reform could bring more skilled tech workers to the U.S.

  • Where Starbucks CEO would set the minimum wage 

    As local minimum wages are rising across the country, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says the company will be paying 'above the minimum wage in every state.' But he says small businesses may struggle.

  • Jeb Bush's views on the U.S. economy 

    From tax policy to social mobility, entitlement spending to energy and immigration policies, here's what Jeb Bush has said to CNN on the U.S. economy over the past few years.

  • You can drink this car's exhaust 

    The Toyota Mirai is a Hydrogen fuel cell powered car that emits 100% pure high quality H20.

  • Fed chief Yellen: Oil drop is 'positive' for U.S. 

    Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen says the 'very substantial' decline in oil prices is 'one of the most important developments shaping the global outlook' but is good for the United States.

  • Patience is a virtue for the Fed 

    Three cheers for Janet Yellen! Investors are happy to hear the Fed is not likely to raise rates too quickly.

  • T-Mobile to let you roll over data 

    T-Mobile CEO John Legere explains his company's new plan to allow customers to roll over data, not just minutes.

  • Russia's economic crisis, explained 

    The sudden drop in oil prices and economic sanctions from Europe and the United States is causing the Russian Ruble to collapse, sending the economy into crisis mode.

  • Lessons for Fed from 1914 financial crisis 

    100 years ago today a crisis on Wall Street came to an end. It was a crisis that has largely been forgotten, but one which marked a turning point for the United States as a financial superpower, and a key lesson in handling the crises of the future.

  • What you need to know about the Cuban embargo 

    The Obama administration plans to lift trade sanctions on Cuba that have been in place for half a century. Here's what you might not know about the embargo.

  • Obama: It will be 'easier' to travel to Cuba 

    President Obama announces the U.S. is 'taking steps to increase travel, commerce and the flow of information to and from Cuba.'

  • Sony cancels release of 'The Interview' 

    Sony pulled the release of 'The Interview,' originally planned for Christmas Day, after theater chains decided against showing the movie over security concerns.

  • 'The Interview' creates issues for Japan 

    The personal involvement of Sony's CEO in the controversial film 'The Interview' has infuriated North Korea. It is also creating a sensitive situation for the Japanese government.

  • Russians react to ruble collapse 

    Matthew Chance reports from the streets of Moscow on the ruble collapse and the reaction on the street.

  • Colbert's top 5 moments  
    Colbert's top 5 moments (02:29)Dec 16 2014

    From leg wrestling with a Congressman to a star-studded Daft Punk dance video, Brian Stelter highlights some of Colbert's greatest moments.

  • Sony hackers warn: Remember 9/11 

    A group that claims it hacked Sony Pictures has posted a public threat against potential moviegoers.

  • Russian ruble in a free fall 
    Russian ruble in a free fall(02:11)Dec 16 2014

    The Russian ruble is in a free fall hitting lows never reached before.

  • Oil prices fall, but airfares stay high 

    Airlines have kept their fuel surcharges despite the huge drop in oil prices.

  • 'Smokey and the Bandit' Trans Am sells for $450k 

    Burt Reynolds' Pontiac Trans Am was only a promotional car for 'Smokey and the Bandit,' but it still sold at auction for $450,000.

  • Russia's economy in chaos 
    Russia's economy in chaos(01:17)Dec 16 2014

    Russia's economy, ruble currency and stock market are all tumbling as oil prices plummet. Will dramatic interest rate hikes be enough to pull Russia back from the abyss?

  • Russia hikes rates amid currency crisis 

    The ruble is now the worst performing currency of 2014 as Russia's economy continues to shrink.

  • Here's James Bond's next drink 
    Here's James Bond's next drink(01:45)Dec 16 2014

    Belvedere Vodka President Charles Gibb talks exclusively to CNNMoney about the company's role in the new James Bond film "Spectre."

  • Inside Sydney gunman's digital footprint 

    CNNMoney reconstructs Man Haron Monis' digital footprints, including pages that were removed. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Starbucks brews up delivery, but not for free 

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says that the company's upcoming delivery service will be profitable because 'people will pay an additional surcharge for delivery.'

  • What is our obsession with bubble wrap? 

    Popping it just feels so good. It was invented, by accident, nearly 60 years ago, but it's still as popular as ever. We go inside the Bubble Wrap factory to see how its made, and to get a look at Sealed Air's new packaging made out of ... mushrooms?

  • 5 stunning stats on Amazon 
    5 stunning stats on Amazon(01:04)Dec 15 2014

    Amazon has fulfillment centers in 12 countries around the globe, but did you know that its first was CEO Jeff Bezos' garage in Seattle? Check out these 5 stats about the online retailer.

  • Gas for less than $2 might not be good news 

    Thirteen states now have at least one station selling gas for less than $2. That's good news for your wallet, but what does it mean for the economy?

  • Sony threatens news outlets over hack 

    Sony's attorney is now asking the media not to report on hacked material. Brian Stelter explains why.

  • Did 'Zero Dark Thirty' get it wrong? 

    Brian Stelter questions the accuracy of the controversial movie in light of the new Senate torture report on whether harsh interrogations led to Osama bin Laden.

  • Damaging fallout from Sony hacking scandal 

    Will Sony have to pay a price over hacked emails?

  • Wealth: America's other racial divide 

    Amid spiking racial tensions, CNNMoney uncovers one of the major divisions between blacks and whites in America: wealth.?

  • Tech Gift Guide: Fitness trackers 

    For a health conscious person or an outdoorsy type. Consider activity trackers, they're more than just hype. They measure your steps, distance, sleep patterns and more. And can help inspire a couch potato to get out the door.

  • Tech Gift Guide: Smart home gadgets 

    So you've found gifts for almost everyone on your lists. But what to get 'someone who has everything,' a question persists. Fret no more, here's an idea for a starter. Give them a gadget to make their home smarter.

  • Tech Gift Guide: Phone camera lenses 

    For the selfie fanatics on your holiday list. These add-on camera lenses won't be a miss. They are small, and compact, and easy to carry. All over with you to capture the moments of merry.

  • Tech Gift Guide: Stocking stuffers 

    Sure, you try to plan ahead, put together a list. Think of whom you need to get a gift for, nobody to be missed. But occasionally, of course, there is a person you'll forget. So one of these stocking stuffers will come in handy, sure bet.

  • Tech Gift Guide: Wireless speakers 

    One gadget is pretty much a no-brainer present. Blasting music wirelessly, what can be more pleasant? Playing from your own collection or streaming application. A wireless speaker gift is sure to be a sensation.

  • Uber wins battle in France but war not over 

    A French court may have ruled in favor of Uber today, but the legal battles against Uber in France will continue.

  • Falling oil prices are 'so dramatic' 

    Harvard economics professor Ken Rogoff discusses the ripple effects of the plunging cost of oil.

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