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  • Say Aloha to Larry Ellison's Hawaiian island 

    Now that Larry Ellison has stepped down as CEO of Oracle, he may be spending more time on his Hawaiian island of Lana'i.

  • How much does your iPhone really cost? 

    The iPhone 6 retails at $499 but only costs $227 to make.

  • CNNMoney Recap: The week's biggest stories 

    All the money news that matters to you this week: iPhone 6 models hit stores, China's Alibaba sets a record at the NYSE and a food fight over Olive Garden's menu.

  • AOL-hoo? 
    AOL-hoo?(01:16)12:57pm

    Rumors of a Yahoo-AOL merger have been circulating for years. Will a deal finally happen now that Yahoo is getting a hunk of cash from the Alibaba IPO?

  • First drive: All-new Ford Mustang 

    2015 Mustang: Ford's fully redesigned pony car delivers asphalt cooking performance.

  • Oracle's Larry Ellison steps down as CEO 

    He founded the company that would become Oracle in 1977. He's worth over $50 billion dollars. Now Larry Ellison is stepping down as the company's CEO.

  • Peterson, Rice frustrate fantasy football owners 

    Some fantasy football hobbyists are sweating now that star running back Adrian Peterson is benched until his child abuse legal issues are resolved.

  • Sony smartphones sink the stock 

    Sony's strategy of making smartphones that appeal to the budget consumer is not working, so it's changing course. In the meantime, Sony is losing billions.

  • Rich get richer in bull market 
    Rich get richer in bull market(01:15)Sep 18 2014

    The already wealthy and highly educated have benefited the most from the stock market's record highs. More Americans need to invest.

  • Elon Musk: From space race to space war 

    Rachel Crane talks with SpaceX's Elon Musk about his company's recent NASA contract and the brewing battle with Boeing.

  • This is how a stock is born 
    This is how a stock is born(01:38)Sep 18 2014

    As Alibaba goes public, the New York Stock Exchange could see the biggest business transaction in history.

  • See Amazon's new tablets in :60 

    Today Amazon released the Kindle Voyage and new Fire tablets. Laurie Segall reports.

  • 7 things you can do on Alibaba 
    7 things you can do on Alibaba(00:51)Sep 17 2014

    Alibaba owns online shopping in China. From shipping packages to investing cash, Alibaba's arsenal of services has it covered.

  • Why Caterpillar must compete in China 

    CEO Doug Oberhelman says China, as the largest construction equipment market in the world, is a 'huge opportunity' for Caterpillar.

  • Venezuela has a breast implant shortage 

    Tight government currency controls in Venezuela have made it difficult for plastic surgeons to get American-made implants, so they are turning to cheaper Chinese-made alternatives.

  • Anheuser-Busch has harsh words for the NFL 

    Anheuser-Busch expressed disappointment with the NFL today, marking a turning point in the league's relationship with sponsors amid several controversies. Will more bad press make the companies put the money where their mouths are?

  • Vikings ban Adrian Peterson 
    Vikings ban Adrian Peterson(01:59)Sep 17 2014

    Minnesota Vikings released a statement requiring Adrian Peterson, who is facing a child abuse charge, to 'remain away from all team activities.'

  • Mobius: Alibaba's structure is 'dangerous' 

    Emerging markets fund manager Mark Mobius cautions investors on the risks of buying into the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.

  • What next if Scotland votes yes? 

    A split would cause a lot of uncertainty, pricey borrowing, and a currency conundrum. Harvard Economist Ken Rogoff explains the risks to Christine Romans over Scottish ale.

  • Peter Thiel: Apple Pay isn't a breakthrough 

    Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, says 'for payments companies to take-off you need to come up with something that's vastly better than the next best thing.'

  • What the Fed is really saying 
    What the Fed is really saying(01:58)Sep 17 2014

    The Federal Reserve has huge influence over the economy because it controls monetary policy. Here's how to read the Fed's statement and actually understand it.

  • Boeing & SpaceX win the business of space 

    Rachel Crane explains NASA's commercial crew contract competition and what it means for the future of space travel.

  • See Boeing's new passenger space craft 

    The Boeing Crew Space Transportation vehicle can accommodate up to 7 passengers and is designed for reuse.

  • Sponsors stick with the NFL 
    Sponsors stick with the NFL(02:27)Sep 16 2014

    Despite controversy surrounding a number of star players and the NFL's handling of the situations, major corporate sponsors are sticking with the football league.

  • Buy Baidu instead of Alibaba? 
    Buy Baidu instead of Alibaba?(01:13)Sep 16 2014

    Wall Street can't wait to get its hands on Alibaba. But there already is a great Chinese Internet stock trading in the U.S. Its name is Baidu and it is essentially China's Google.

  • Alibaba jumpstarts small fashion brand 

    7gege, a Chinese fashion startup, has utilized Alibaba's online sales platforms to reach more customers, more quickly.

  • Billionaire Saudi prince on ISIS and Obama 

    Major international investor Prince Al Awleed hopes that 'the world community will me more united' in fighting ISIS, but does not expect Saudi Arabia military intervention.

  • 'Guilty' of homicide, but GM may be to blame  

    For a decade Candice Anderson thought the crash that killed her boyfriend was all her fault. Now regulators say a faulty GM ignition switch may be to blame.

  • Uber drivers protest in NYC streets  

    Uber drivers in New York are furious that the company has cut fares.

  • The cost of Scottish independence 

    From administrative costs to currency questions, debt payments to banking upheaval, if Scotland votes for independence, it will likely cost them billions in the short term.

  • GM deaths rise, may keep rising 

    Ken Feinberg, the attorney administering the GM victim compensation fund says so far he has identified 19 people who have died as a result of the faulty ignition switch, and that the number will rise.

  • Branson: Don't jail people for heroin 

    Sir Richard Branson wants governments to realize the war on drugs has failed and they should change tactics to treat drugs as a health problem.

  • Characteristics of a 401(k) millionaire 

    What do all 401K millionaires have in common? Christine Romans explains what it takes to be a member of the club.

  • What is Minecraft? 
    What is Minecraft?(01:01)Sep 15 2014

    Microsoft inks a deal to buy online video game Minecraft and its Swedish production studio, Mojang, for $2.5 billion.

  • Japan needs more women at work 
    Japan needs more women at work(03:26)Sep 15 2014

    Millions of educated Japanese women are not working because of a male-dominated corporate culture, a lack of leadership opportunities and inflexible maternity leave policies.

  • Vive le streaming! Netflix enters France 

    As Netflix invades France, investors are saying 'très bon' to the stock. Netflix is now almost worth more than old media giant CBS, the owner of the most watched TV network in the U.S.

  • Uber takes on delivery services 

    Uber Fresh, Uber Corner Store and Uber Rush are being tested in Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and New York.

  • Uber sets sights on rickshaws 
    Uber sets sights on rickshaws(00:37)Sep 15 2014

    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick wants people to be able to push a button and get a ride anywhere in the world.

  • CNNMoney Recap: The week's biggest stories 

    All the money news that matters to you this week: Apple wows consumers with new products but which one is a real game changer? RadioShack is in trouble and so are Atlantic City Casinos. Plus, a new gauge of wealth in America: stocks vs. cats.

  • Is wearable tech finally fashionable? 

    Handbags that display tweets. Bracelets that charge your phone. Bangles that light up when you get a phone call. Tech and fashion are teaming up to make wearables more wearable. But can tech really be pretty?

  • Mangia? Olive Garden investor wants better food 

    Darden Restaurants, the parent of Olive Garden, reported another sales decline at its Italian food chain. One activist shareholder is saying, 'Basta!' and wants better pasta.

  • iPhone 6 or 6 Plus: Which should you buy? 

    Rachel Crane puts 3D-printed models of Apple's new iPhones through their paces.

  • Russia slapped with more sanctions 

    The European Union imposed additional restrictions on Russian oil and defense companies, and introduced asset freezes and travel bans on 24 individuals.

  • The wealthiest county not on the east coast 

    Douglas County, Colorado has the 6th highest median income in the nation. And it's the only county in the top 14 that is not around New York or D.C. Take a look at this rich area.

  • Domestic violence costs economy billions 

    Hundreds of millions of women are affected by domestic violence worldwide. It has a major impact on their lives and the broader economy, as medical, mental health and productivity costs add up.

  • 'Apple Pay' may be safer than plastic 

    Security measures on mobile wallets may make them a safer option than plastic credit cards.

  • Left work to ride from Argentina to L.A. 

    Jason Richter left his finance job for six months to take the sabbatical of a lifetime.

  • Scotch makers don't like independence 

    Scotch whisky is one of Scotland's biggest exports. So how does the industry feel about the proposed independence? A bit too harsh for their palate.

  • Branson: Virgin Galactic my toughest project 

    For Richard Branson, Virgin Galactic has been the toughest company he's ever launched. But he also thinks it will be the most promising. The Virgin founder says one day we could be traveling from New York to Sydney in 30 minutes.

  • Lululemon is no longer a downward dog 

    Is the worst over for yoga apparel maker lululemon after its sheer pants debacle? Perhaps. The stock is up on solid results, but the company faces tough competition from Under Armour, Nike and Athleta.

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