The 'Zoolander' sequel just opened in theaters but the series started back in the 90's -- with Johnny Zander. The model's name, along with fellow model Mark Zanderloo's, inspired Ben Stiller to create his Derek Zoolander character. Today, Zander is retired from the runway but the movie still makes him laugh.
Matchmaker vs. technology. Who wins, in the fight to find love? CNNMoney's Laurie Segall talks to 'Millionaire Matchmaker' Patti Stanger and Tinder CEO Sean Rad about how the quest for a soul mate has changed.
The European Union is trying to reform to convince Britain to stay in. Richard Quest explains what's at stake.
CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci talks to Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz about why he doesn't feel good about the current political situation and how Schultz plans to leverage the coffee giant's huge footprint to encourage more Americans to vote.
Alec Ross, former senior advisor for innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and author of 'The Industries of the Future' says that custom genetic treatments will be the next mass breakthrough in tech, but it will come with ethical challenges.
Bleacher Creatures is making the presidential candidate plush dolls you never knew you wanted. But a few of the candidates are missing -- what gives?
Quoc Le, a research scientist at Google, believes artificial intelligence can help improve healthcare, climate change and education.
OK Go, always known for their unique music videos, just released a new one: 'Upside Down Inside Out'. They went flying in zero G to do their choreographed routine.
Investment guru Mohamed El-Erian warns excessive and long term youth unemployment in the U.S. could lead to a "lost generation" resulting in major "social issues" and "political issues".
Investment guru Mohamed El-Erian argues there is common ground between Republicans and Democrats and only working together and reaching across the aisle will turn the U.S. economy around.
CNNMoney's Brian Stelter goes on the set of Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger's new HBO show "Vinyl" and hears from HBO CEO Richard Plepler what viewers can expect from the show.
Dr. Vijay Chudasama is developing antibodies that link with the human immune system's tagging method to create medicines that only target specific parts of the body.
Emily Cole, co-founder of Liquid Light, has pioneered technology to convert waste carbon dioxide into fuel that can replace petroleum in consumer products like plastic bottles.
Jake Tapper breaks down Donald Trump's false claim that unemployment could really be at 42%.
Americans haven't had a raise in years. And that's fueling the 2016 election.
After a decade in superhero movie purgatory, Marvel's bloodiest, raunchiest, rated 'R' character is finally making his big screen debut. CNNMoney's Frank Pallotta introduces you to Deadpool.
CNN's Tom Foreman took a look at the factual claims made by Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton during the PBS NewsHour Democratic presidential debate.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debated the issues in the PBS Newshour Democratic debate.
Bumble turns the dating dynamic on its head by asking women to start the conversation. Laurie Segall reports.
This Valentine's day 25,000 people are expected to make reservations at White Castle's nationwide. The dinner is complete with waiter service and specialty menu items ? for $9.95 a meal.
Jimmy Fallon debuted his Bernie Sanders impression on "The Tonight Show," while Larry David has been playing the Democratic presidential candidate on "Saturday Night Live."
CNNMoney's Brian Stelter talks to CBS CEO and new Chariman Les Moonves about why streaming companies like Amazon and Netflix are going to be "very important" to CBS' future and how they will impact the media giant's bottom line.
World Gold Council's head of market intelligence Alistair Hewitt breaks down what drives demand for gold in different corners of the world.
Head of Google's business and operations in Europe, Matt Brittin, told British lawmakers he doesn't know his salary.
You may have heard that the bears are coming out of hibernation and are headed to Wall Street. So what exactly does that mean? Christine Romans explains.
China's two-child policy means a big boost for the toy industry.
Smart earplugs from Hush pair with your phone and play soothing sounds to help you sleep.
The Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank and others have cut key rates below zero. Here's why, and what it means for you.
With the help of an app, Teslas can pull into or out of parking spots without the driver in the car.
CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci takes a closer look at what's exactly inside America's favorite processed meat
Austen Heinz's life and death is a Silicon Valley cautionary tale. The brilliant scientist became a rising star in the tech world, but the pressures of entrepreneurial life started a downward spiral that ultimately led to his suicide. In the first installment of CNNMoney's "Mostly Human," Laurie Segall talks with Heinz's family and friends, and sheds light on a growing Silicon Valley trend: depression and suicide.
From wins to losses to close calls, presidential candidates had a lot to say to their supporters after the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night.
Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina spoke to CNN's Nina dos Santos about what's driving investors in the current selloff.
The Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah ripped into former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli in an 11 minute video posted on YouTube.
Syrian refugee Hasan Ataya opened a Halal restaurant on the Greek island of Lesbos as more than a thousand migrants travel through the island every day.
Officer Brian Murphy was shot 15 times during the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting in 2012 and survived -- thanks to his bulletproof vest. Now he sells the vest that saved his life, but doesn't think civilians should be able to buy it.
Leo Burnett Hong Kong, the creative team behind "Gift Box," explains the collaboration between moving company Crown Relocations and The Salvation Army on a project that helped increase donations.
Aardman Animations, creators of "Wallace and Gromit," produced a short film called "Special Delivery" for Google Spotlight.
Of the $100 million spent on TV advertising in New Hampshire, an estimated $30 million has been on negative ads.
Slow wage growth and long-term unemployment are to blame for why the economy doesn't feel great.
The billionaire businessman and 3-term former Mayor of New York built a media and information empire. Could a run for President be next?
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani criticized Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime performance, accusing the singer of using the platform to "attack police officers."
The Nasdaq is inching closer to bear market territory. Just how close is it?
North Korea is exploring new ground with commercially motivated adverts.
Step inside an unofficial fundraiser for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Bushwick, Brooklyn at House of Yes. It's where impassioned, artistic, millennial supporters mix party and politics.
Alec Ross, former senior advisor for innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and author of 'The Industries of the Future' says that Ted Cruz's campaign has been the most successful so far in using technology in the presidential campaign.
As Chipotle closes for a company-wide, food safety meeting related to its recent E. coli outbreaks, Moe's Southwest Grill offers special deals to bring people in.
Chipotle dealt with multiple foodborne illness outbreaks, including E. coli, in 2015. Cristina Alesci looks at where it all started, and where things now stand.
Stephen Colbert kicked off his live "Late Show" following Super Bowl 50 with a big surprise guest: President Obama.
From the Hulk drinking Coke to Steve Harvey poking fun at himself, these are the best ads that premiered during the game.