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  • Blueprint for a more progressive tax code 

    French Economist Thomas Piketty has a new book exploring the history of income inequality around the world. He thinks the U.S. tax code can be more progressive.

  • McLaren's new 207mph beast 

    The new McLaren 650S has a top speed of 207 mph, and can go 0-60 in under 3 seconds. It cranks out 641 horsepower from its small 3.8 liter turbo-charged V8 engine, that's more power than the 12C.

  • How couples can balance love and money 

    Jean Chatzky discusses the pros and cons of couples combining their finances.

  • Climate change could hit your coffee cup 

    Rising global temperatures could transform where coffee is grown around the world by 2050. Some communities will be devastated and others see opportunity.

  • Why BMW is making cars in the USA 

    BMW's North American President Ludwig Willisch talks about why the company is manufacturing its X series cars in the South Carolina.

  • What are Ukraine's gas options? 

    Naftogaz CEO Andriy Kobolev says Ukraine may turn to Europe if Gazprom doesn't back down on its gas pricing.

  • In the market or under the mattress? 

    Financial planners say that you should put your money in the market to save for the future?but many people would rather keep it under their mattress.

  • How hackers beat the Heartbleed bug 

    Hackers share their tips for how to keep your data secure when browsing the internet.

  • $25 million home comes with a Rolls Royce 

    ?This 12,000 square-foot, 5-bedroom townhouse in Manhattan's Upper East Side is modeled after the Palace of Versailles?and comes with many lavish amenities, including a brand new Rolls Royce.????

  • They put a Ford Mustang WHERE?! 

    To celebrate its 50-year anniversary, Ford cut up a 2015 Mustang so it would fit inside the the Empire State Building's 36 inch elevator to be assembled 86 stories above the ground.

  • Brian Krebs demystifies today's hacker 

    Cyber security expert and blogger Brian Krebs says the kind of hackers responsible for the Target theft are generally higher-educated Eastern Europeans and describes how the global cybercrime ring works.

  • Samantha Power backs Clinton 2016 

    Ambassador Samantha Power hints at why she wants Hillary Clinton to run in 2016.

  • Barbie. So not hot right now 
    Barbie. So not hot right now(0:54)Apr 17 2014

    Toy maker Mattel's earnings disappoint investors as a drop in Barbie sales cuts into revenue.

  • Bill Ford on 'revolutions' in car tech 

    Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford, discusses the last 50 years of Mustang, global car markets, fuel economy, the GM recall and self-driving cars.

  • Alfa Romeo is back with new 4C 

    Alfa Romeo is returning to the U.S. market with its new 4C, a two-seater with a 237 horsepower turbocharged engine and ultra-light body for maximum fun.

  • How Marissa Mayer changed Tumblr 

    Tumblr CEO David Karp talks about his relationship with Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and how his company has changed.

  • Toyota Camry gets a facelift  

    Toyota unveiled a redesigned Camry at the NY Auto Show complete with new brakes and suspension.

  • Yellen: U.S. banks stronger than Europe's 

    Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen discusses the reasons why the banking industry in the U.S. is healthy and the challenges Europe still needs to overcome.

  • How to ace a job interview 
    How to ace a job interview(1:25)Apr 16 2014

    People on the streets of New York offer their best advice for shedding some of those pre-job interview jitters.

  • 'Flash Boys' want to rebuild trust 

    Brad Katsuyama is the new face of a growing faction on Wall Street calling for an end to the predatory practices of high-frequency trading. Find out how he plans to bring change to the financial system.

  • Intel bucks tech stock slide 
    Intel bucks tech stock slide(1:02)Apr 16 2014

    Intel is up nearly 3% so far this year, unlike its brethren on the Nasdaq. Looks like the chip maker's focus on tablets and cloud computing is starting to pay off.

  • Hyundai Sonata: Not a boring sedan 

    Hyundai introduced its new Sonata at this year's New York Auto Show. It has a sleeker, simpler design and the luxurious interior is larger and more comfortable.

  • British Airways boss on Flight 370 

    CEO of International Airlines Group Willie Walsh says 'we've got to find this aircraft and we've got to understand what has happened.'

  • GM's CEO: Cost of fix 'not my focus' 

    CEO Mary Barra says that her company is not focused on the 'cost elements' of the safety fix and that GM is 'gonna do the right thing.'

  • GM CEO on recall: 'It took too long' 

    CEO Mary Barra explains GM's decision to recall 2.6 million cars with faulty ignition switches and what they are doing to prevent another situation in the future.

  • Corvette Z06 Convertible: A fast drop-top 

    The Corvette Z06 Convertible was unveiled at the New York Auto show and boasts as much power as it's hard-top sibling.

  • 10,000 works of art fund pension 

    The Artist Pension Trust pools together more than 2,000 contemporary artists and splits the sale of their art to act as a retirement fund.

  • Jeep's new ultra-small SUV 
    Jeep's new ultra-small SUV(0:53)Apr 15 2014

    Jeep shows off its new, smallest SUV, the 2015 Renegade, at the New York Auto Show.

  • Jeffrey Sachs: Russia 'stirring the pot' 

    Economist Jeffrey Sachs describes how Russia is working to destabilize Ukraine ahead of elections and pull their once-Soviet counterparts away from the European Union and Western powers.

  • Why Arianna Huffington says 'lean back' 

    "Stress and burnout are the diseases of our civilization." Media mogul Arianna Huffington says we must lean back to succeed.

  • J&J healthy amid selloff 
    J&J healthy amid selloff(0:59)Apr 15 2014

    Johnson & Johnson showed strong growth, especially in pharmaceuticals, while its less-mature biotechnology cousins take a beating.

  • Is US Airways tweet the worst #fail ever? 

    Here are the three biggest traps that companies fall into when using social media and a walk down memory lane of some of the most egregious errors.

  • Drone sub searching for Flight 370 

    Take an exclusive look at the Bluefin-21 autonomous submarine that's searching for plane debris in the Indian Ocean.

  • Why Google bought a drone company 

    Google acquires drone maker Titan Aerospace, and like Facebook, hopes the technology will help deliver cheap and easy Internet access in the future.

  • When Twitter first met Facebook 

    Twitter co-founder Biz Stone on why he turned down Facebook's $500M offer and why entrepreneurs aren't heroes.

  • The road to a minimum wage 
    The road to a minimum wage(2:31)Apr 14 2014

    It took a Great Depression and a push from Franklin D. Roosevelt for the U.S. to get a federal minimum wage. Take a look at the long road to a federal minimum wage.

  • Soaring prices make it hard to be a foodie 

    Prices for common foods like coffee, dairy and beef have increased greatly over last year, with some analysts pointing the finger at California's severe drought.

  • France done raising taxes, official says 

    French finance minister Michel Sapin says taxes were raised too high, but the 75% income tax rate on the rich is expected to be temporary.

  • 2013 record year for dividends 

    Shareholders have enjoyed soaring dividend pay-out increases since the recession and it doesn't look like its stopping anytime soon. This first quarter alone was the biggest increase ever.

  •  $100K tune-ups soup up luxury cars 

    See what the clients of this tune-up shop do to their luxury cars to make them truly unique.

  • Making our kids globally competitive 

    Education Secretary Arne Duncan tells Christine Romans how spending on kids now will bring big returns later.

  • Arne Duncan needs 1 million teachers 

    Education Secretary Arne Duncan gives his 30-second pitch to prospective teachers saying teaching is the best way to change America.

  • Are new rules making banks safer? 

    Years after the financial crisis, regulators announced that the big banks will have to hold more capital to protect against losses. Will it make the financial system safer?

  • 2014: The year of the mega breach 

    As the Heartbleed bug wreaks havoc on the Internet, cybercrime investigator Brian Krebs talks about how identity theft is 'growing by leaps and bounds'.

  • Why Facebook bought Oculus 
    Why Facebook bought Oculus(4:08)Apr 11 2014

    Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall why Facebook became interested in buying his company.

  • H&R Block up ... but not due to taxes 

    H&R Block loves April 15. But shares are rallying Friday because it is selling its bank to BOFI, an online financial firm. BOFI shares were up too. And don't forget to do your taxes!

  • Rising gas prices hurting Ukrainians 

    As Russia removes gas subsidies from Ukraine, higher prices are hitting consumers, businesses and households.

  • Arne Duncan: Time to rethink NCAA pay 

    U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says the issue of student athletes getting paid is 'very, very personal...We need to really challenge the universities and the NCAA to think differently.'

  • Sandberg: Facebook 'concerned' about NSA 

    Should America be concerned about how much data Facebook collects? COO Sheryl Sandberg responds, and says that she has 'no plans' to run for political office.

  • The cost to build a Samsung Galaxy S5 

    Take an inside look--literally--at how much the different parts of the latest flagship device in the Samsung Galaxy S series costs.

Sesto Elemento: One pricey Lamborghini 
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is almost completely carbon fiber, can go 0-60 in 2.4 seconds and will cost you more than $2 million. Play
Watch luxury cars struggle in crash tests 
The new test by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety better simulates more realistic, off-center frontal crashes. Play
How Pink's became Hollywood's hot dog 
Pink's Hot Dogs, the iconic Los Angeles eatery, opened in 1939 as a pushcart selling hot dogs for just ten cents. Play
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