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  • Have we reached a 'messaging' bubble? 

    Mirage, developed by a backer of the 'Yo' app, allows users to send messages with just one tap of the phone. But seriously, how many messaging apps do we need?

  • History of Malaysia Airlines mishaps 

    Malaysia Airlines has seen its share of disasters and mishaps. What will it take for the airline to fix its image?

  • Apple this close to new all-time high 

    Remember when everyone hated Tim Cook and Apple's stock was in the iDoldrums? Apple's shares have come roaring back and a new record of above $100 is in reach.

  • Zillow CEO: Why Trulia is worth it 

    Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff explains why he wants to buy Trulia and talks about future growth for the combined company.

  • Inside the SoHo loft of the future 

    In the future, most of the devices in your home could speak to each other and to your smartphone. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Trulia & Zillow CEOs: Mobile is king 

    Watch both Zillow and Trulia CEOs discuss the power of mobile with CNNMoney before the eventual merger between the two companies.

  • Can Malaysia Airlines survive? 

    Malaysia Airlines was struggling before MH17 and MH370. The two disasters deepen the crisis for the carrier. Can the airline survive?

  • Billionaires win big in dollar store deal 

    Dollar stores cater to average consumers. But wealthy hedge fund managers Carl Icahn and Nelson Peltz stand to gain the most from the deal. Rival Dollar General looks to be the big loser.

  • Where's the beef in China? 
    Where's the beef in China?(1:25)Jul 28 2014

    There are no Big Macs. There are no Chicken McNuggets. The menu at McDonald's restaurants in China was much slimmer on Monday after a troubled supplier issued a major recall.

  • Ace Greenberg: 60 years at Bear Stearns 

    The former chairman of Bear Stearns talks about his long career at one of Wall Street's legendary, but now defunct, firms.

  • El Pollo Loco en fuego after IPO 

    Investors love Mexican food restaurant chain El Pollo Loco. The stock surged in its market debut and CEO Steve Sather says the company will pay down debt and expand in the Southwest.

  • Can Sense revolutionize sleep tracking? 

    Sense has already raised more than 700% of its $100,000 Kickstarter goal, but can it compete with the countless sleep apps and wearable trackers? Laurie Segall reports.

  • How to save $2,000 by Christmas 

    CNN's Christine Romans has four tips to help you save up for this holiday season.

  • Murdoch BSkyB deal will free up some cash 

    Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox is selling some European assets for more than $8 billion, presumably to have more firepower in his bid for Time Warner.

  • Amazon drones need to drop some profits! 

    Investors are growing impatient with Amazon. Investments in Kindle and the Fire Phone hurt earnings in the short-run. But should the market really bet against Jeff Bezos over the long haul?

  • Buy this town for $1.5 million 

    After 28 years of owning Aladdin, Wyo. (population 15), Judy Brengle is putting the town up for sale. Price tag includes: a general store, a bar, a house and a post office.

  • America's oil transport problem 

    Massive fireballs, deadly explosions ? that's the fallout from a oil tanker train accident. As US crude oil production skyrockets, officials are looking for ways to avoid the huge risks inherent in using railroads to transport highly flammable oil.

  •  'Weird Al' Yankovic makes a comeback 

    CNN's Jake Tapper talks to Alfred Matthew Yankovic, better known as 'Weird Al,' about his new album, 'Mandatory Fun.'

  • El Pollo Loco is NOT Chipotle 

    El Pollo Loco is the latest restaurant chain testing the appetite of Wall Street. But it's losing money and has a lot of debt. So investors should not buy the IPO with dreams that it's the next Chipotle.

  • Downing of MH17 is a "game changer" 

    Emirates Airline CEO Tim Clark is calling on the international airline community to agree to a single response to the downing of the Malaysian airliner.

  • Israel: Qatar is funding Hamas 

    Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett calls on FIFA to cancel the World Cup in Qatar because they are funding Hamas. He also says the Israeli economy is 'resilient.'

  • Dunkin' stock has many holes 
    Dunkin' stock has many holes(1:10)Jul 24 2014

    Dunkin' Brands said U.S. sales were a bit weak due to the weather. Really? That seems like an excuse. Tough competition from Starbucks and others may be the real culprit.

  • Facebook is all grown up 
    Facebook is all grown up(1:05)Jul 23 2014

    Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook had a 'good' second quarter. That's a massive understatement. The company is firing on all cylinders and the stock is soaring. Even Janet Yellen might approve.

  • Porsche's Macan SUV spells f-u-n 

    Porsche's new Macan comes in two flavors, the S and the Turbo, both sport v6 engines. It has serious off-road capabilities and is a blast on winding roads too.

  • 28 years of Windows in 60 seconds 

    A look back at Microsoft's Windows operating system from 1985 to today.

  • Rotten Bosses 
    Rotten Bosses(1:12)Jul 23 2014

    Rotten Bosses

  • Arab-Jewish couples take to social media  

    The hashtag #JewsandArabsRefuseToBeEnemies was trending on Twitter amidst the conflict in Israel and Gaza.

  • U.S. flights to Israel grounded 

    All U.S. air carriers grounded their Israel-bound flights after a Hamas rocket demolished a home near Ben Gurion Airport. Martin Savidge reports.

  • Apple & Microsoft: Both kicking butt 

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella continues to impress Wall Street with his new cloud strategy and investors are excited about new Apple products. Apple's $164.5 billion in cash doesn't hurt either.

  • EU soft on sanctions 
    EU soft on sanctions(2:52)Jul 23 2014

    Independent defense and aerospace commentator Howard Wheeldon explains why Europe's expanded sanctions against Russia are all talk.

  • Ackman: I'll fight Herbalife with personal fortune 

    Where does Bill Ackman draw the line between responsibility to his investors and his personal dispute with nutritional supplement company Herbalife?

  • Why regulators haven't shut down Herbalife 

    Despite the mountains of evidence that Bill Ackman presented against Herbalife and its distributors, regulators haven't made much more than a peep about investigating the company.

  • Herbalife: The next for-profit college scam? 

    It was an investor that helped reform for-profit colleges in the United States. Bill Ackman says Herbalife is a 'for-profit education scam for really poor people.'

  • Explaining Herbalife's alleged 'pyramid scheme' 

    Activist investor Bill Ackman made a 3 hour presentation slamming Herbalife and its practices. He boils down the argument for Cristina Alesci.

  • Ackman: 'Don't know if I'll do another' Herbalife 

    Bill Ackman says 'the rewards are probably not great enough to justify the time and the energy' battling over Herbalife. Does it feel like Wall Street vs. Bill Ackman?

  • See blueprints for Apple's smartwatch 

    Apple was awarded a patent today for an electronic smartwatch. Samuel Burke reports.

  • China food fails 
    China food fails(1:30)Jul 22 2014

    The grossest, oddest, and most devastating food contamination scandals from China.?

  • Netflix tops 50 million subscribers 

    A big milestone for Netflix: 50 million subscribers. But what's next for the streaming giant? It could be a move into international markets.

  • Comcast: Poor service, good stock 

    A lot of people hate their cable company and talk about cutting the cord. But are they just ditching video and still using broadband access to watch Netflix? It looks that way from Comcast earnings.

  • Anti-missile tech for protecting planes 

    MH17 has created new interest in protecting commercial flights by equipping them with missile defense technology.

  • What if you only worked 3 days a week? 

    Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has proposed a 3-day work week. We asked New Yorkers what they thought.

  • What if you only worked 3 days a week? 

    Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has proposed a 3-day work week. We asked New Yorkers what they thought.

  • How to find a good burger in London 

    'Burgerator' will now help you find the best hamburger in London.

  • Snowden gives pep talk to hackers 

    Edward Snowden tells hackers to 'work as adversaries' to find holes in security and fix them.

  • Is it possible to cover Israel-Gaza without controversy? 

    In the wake of NBC pulling reporter Ayman Mohyeldin out of Gaza and then reinstating him, Brian Stelter talks with veteran CNN correspondent Jim Clancy about covering conflict in the Middle East.

  • Can Malaysia Airlines survive?  

    Never before has a major airliner experienced such prominent disasters nearly back-to-back as Malayasia Airlines has. Will the company rebound like United and American? Or fade away like Pan Am and TWA?

  • Tobacco stocks up in smoke 
    Tobacco stocks up in smoke(1:25)Jul 21 2014

    A Florida jury wants R.J. Reynolds to pay more than$23.5 billion in damages to a widow of a smoker. That number will likely be reduced. But it highlights a risk for cigarette companies just as Reynolds and Lorillard look to merge.

  • Millennials shy away from marriage 

    Millennials are less likely to get married than previous generations.

  • Latinos tap the craft brewing industry 

    A growing number of Latinos are entering the craft beer brewing business, capturing the flavor of Hispanic neighborhoods in cities across the country.

  • Did FedEx know it was shipping drugs? 

    A federal grand jury indicted FedEx, claiming the shipping company knew it was shipping prescription drugs bought illegally from online pharmacies.

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