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  • Meet the man connecting Hong Kong protesters 

    FireChat is an app that allows users to message without cell phone service or internet. It's being downloaded in droves by protesters in Hong Kong.

  • CEO: Leading GoPro is like racing a car 

    GoPro founder and CEO Nick Woodman talks with CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about the company's strategy against smartphone competitors and its gains as a newly public company.

  • Hong Kong protesters: young and rebellious 

    Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong want to be able to freely elect their chief executive. The central Chinese government calls the protests illegal.

  • 28 years of Windows in :75 
    28 years of Windows in :75(01:14)Sep 30 2014

    An overview of Windows from version 1 to version 10.

  • Hong Kong protests censored in China 

    The Chinese government in Beijing has censored the coverage of major protests in Hong Kong and many people there do not know what is transpiring.

  • EBay breaks up with PayPal 
    EBay breaks up with PayPal(01:12)Sep 30 2014

    Ebay ?is finally following the advice off Carl Icahn and spinning of PayPal in 2015. Will the companies benefit from the breakup?

  • EU probes Apple's Ireland tax deal 

    Apple could be forced to pay pack billions of dollars if the European Union finds that Ireland's tax deal with Apple broke state aid rules.

  • Is Olive Garden food that bad? We tried it 

    Hedge fund Starboard does not like Olive Garden and let the company's owner Darden know about it. But is the food that bad? Our in-house Italian Americans taste test it.

  • What's Richard Branson's favorite cocktail? 

    We asked the billionaire founder of Virgin a series of quick-fire personal questions and discovered how much money he has in his wallet, the best purchase he ever made, and advice he wishes he could give to himself in his 20s.

  • EBay, PayPal going separate ways 

    Online auction site EBay is spinning off its PayPal unit to boost its value as the battle for supremacy in online payments intensifies.

  • What's Richard Branson's favorite cocktail? 

    We asked the billionaire founder of Virgin a series of quick-fire personal questions and discovered how much money he has in his wallet, the best purchase he ever made, and advice he wishes he could give to himself in his 20s.

  • ISIS recruiting on teen social networks 

    An inside look at how ISIS finds new recruits from the West. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Instagram blocked in China 
    Instagram blocked in China(01:18)Sep 29 2014

    Instagram joins the list of social networks, including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, that are unavailable to users in mainland China.

  •  'Shellshock' can hack lights in your house 

    CNNMoney's Jose Pagliery breaks down the shellshock vulnerability and explains which devices could be affected.

  • Univision and Fusion's expectation for 2016 

    With a growing Hispanic population in the United States, the road to the White House goes through Univision and Fusion, news anchor Jorge Ramos tells Brian Stelter.

  • How Jorge Ramos holds politicians accountable 

    Jorge Ramos, an anchor on Univision and Fusion, tells Brian Stelter that his point-of-view journalism is part of a 'long tradition' dating back to the days of Walter Cronkite.

  • Modi in U.S. to promote 'Make in India' 

    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the U.S. to encourage American companies to manufacture in India.

  • Nightmare over for DreamWorks? 
    Nightmare over for DreamWorks?(01:13)Sep 29 2014

    DreamWorks Animation investors have been grumpier than Shrek the ogre this year. But will a reported takeover offer from SoftBank lead to a happy Hollywood ending?

  • Hong Kong's own 'Occupy' 
    Hong Kong's own 'Occupy'(01:36)Sep 29 2014

    Hong Kong protesters continue to fill the streets of the city's financial district, calling for the resignation of Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung.

  • Low-income youth groomed for tech jobs 

    Hack the Hood helps low-income youth, like Nhat Ho, build portfolios by partnering them with small businesses to create their websites.

  • Biggest retirement mistakes 
    Biggest retirement mistakes(01:11)Sep 30 2014

    Christine Romans takes you through the biggest mistakes you make in spending your retirement savings.

  • Bill Gross leaves Pimco for Janus 

    The 'Bond King' of Wall Street, Bill Gross, is leaving Pimco, which he built into the world's biggest bond firm.

  • CNNMoney Recap: The week's biggest stories 

    All the money news that matters to you this week: Is the new iPhone a 'lemon'? Why Sir Richard Branson is giving some employees unliminted days off and another round of celebrities investing in a startup.

  • How China's iPhone 6 black market works 

    Shoppers with Chinese passports and wads of cash line up outside an Apple store in California.

  • Apple's bad update worse than #BendGate 

    Apple's latest iOS update is even more of a problem than #BendGate, but Apple has recovered quickly from issues like these in the past.

  • Derek Jeter: Decade of best ads 

    New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has made more than a quarter billion dollars playing on the field. But he's also made some home run commercials. Here are some of our favorites.

  • BlackBerry Passport: Hip to be square 

    BlackBerry hopes to woo back former business customers with its new Passport smartphone, which has a square-shaped touchscreen.

  • Ebola crisis: World Bank pledges $400M 

    World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim warns of economic catastrophe if the disease is not placed under control in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

  • Sex toys auctioned to pay back taxes 

    A sex shop owner owes thousands in back taxes, and Kansas has hired an auction company to sell off his inventory to get their money back.

  • Here's why there's no ISIS oil shock 

    Tension in the Middle East often lead to oil price spikes. But a stronger dollar, concerns about weak demand from Europe and China and the U.S. shale gas boom are outweighing ISIS-related supply issues.

  • Your guide to high-paying STEM jobs  

    Science, technology, engineering and math jobs are growing, and they pay pretty well too. Here's what you should know about these hot industries.

  • Katharine Hepburn called this home 

    The Hepburn Connecticut estate has been rebuilt, but it still carries memories of the iconic actress. It is back on the market for $14.8 million.

  • Does the iPhone 6 Plus bend? CNN tests. 

    As rumors swirl of consumers bending Apple's iPhone 6, CNN put them to the test.

  • Airline CEO: Taxes won't fix climate change 

    International Airlines Group CEO Willie Walsh is pressuring governments to set up a global carbon trading system and to provide incentives for airlines to curb their environmental impact.

  • The cost of war against ISIS 
    The cost of war against ISIS(01:43)Sep 24 2014

    The U.S. has deployed its military arsenal to combat the growing threat of ISIS in Iraq and Syria. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci breaks down how much this campaign is costing.

  • Don't sweat the market's dip 
    Don't sweat the market's dip(01:07)Sep 24 2014

    Big drops for the Dow and a so-called 'death cross' have traders freaking out. Should you be worried? Not really.

  • iPhone 6 Plus users complain it bends 

    Some owners claim Apple's latest product bends in their pockets.

  • London's priciest residence 
    London's priciest residence(03:27)Sep 24 2014

    One Hyde Park in London's toniest neighborhood allows residents to live, work and play without ever leaving the building.

  • Tesco reports $408 million profit error 

    Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket group, overstated its profits by $408 million. Jim Boulden explains what went wrong.

  • Branson's jaw-dropping vacation policy 

    Sir Richard Branson tells Erin Burnett about why he thinks his company's new vacation policy will work

  • Deep thoughts... by Jack Ma 
    Deep thoughts... by Jack Ma(01:35)Sep 24 2014

    Alibaba founder and China's richest man talks early paychecks, learning English and inspiring movies.

  • Chase's 'ATM of the future' 
    Chase's 'ATM of the future'(01:30)Sep 29 2014

    Check out this Chase branch in New York City, where tellers walk around with tablets in hand and customers use futuristic ATMs.

  • This plastic is made from thin air 

    Newlight Technologies is turning carbon into plastic, taking-on a $373 billion dollar-a-year industry.

  • After recall crisis, GM CEO is 'impatient' 

    Not even a year into being CEO, but still dealing with the ignition switch recall mess, Mary Barra aims to get it right, and calls the whole situation 'tragic.'

  • DiCaprio challenges UN on climate change 

    Actor Leonardo DiCaprio speaks on an even bigger stage than usual at the United Nations. He calls on 'our industries and our governments around the world' to take action on climate change.

  • Mark Zuckerberg's long, loud renovation 

    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is not 'friending' neighbors these days. They are beginning to complain about his noisy home renovation, which is reducing parking spots and digging up the sidewalk.

  • Are tax inversions 'unpatriotic?' 

    The Obama Administration sees 'tax inversion' - the practice of moving a company's headquarters overseas to avoid U.S. taxes -- as 'unpatriotic' and is making moves to combat it.

  • GE is dead in the water 
    GE is dead in the water(01:14)Sep 23 2014

    GE is the worst stock in the Dow this year. One analyst said investors have 'thrown in the towel' on GE and that the company needs a drastic shakeup to return to its glory days.

  • El-Erian: 'Markets are exuberant' 

    Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Adviser of Allianz, says 'the markets have decoupled from the underlying fundamentals' and discusses the differing policies of the Fed and the ECB.

  • Apple Pay powered by 24-year-old's startup 

    John Collison is the co-founder of Stripe, one of Apple's launch partners for Apple Pay. Laurie Segall reports.

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