Studies show that summer jobs programs keep kids safe and teach them vital skills. That's why New York City is expanding its summer program into the school year.
A class-action lawsuit charged that StarKist under-filled certain 5-ounce cans of tuna. Customers who purchased these cans will either get $25 in cash or a $50 voucher to purchase StarKist tuna.
What's the next big target for cyber crime? Possibly NFC, the technology used in new services like Apple Pay, according an Israeli company at the cutting-edge of anti-virus software.
Brazil is struggling with high unemployment, rising inflation and a currency trading at 12-year lows.
MTV doesn't really play music videos anymore, but the network's Video Music Awards are still a must-watch. Frank Pallotta explains why you should care about the award show.
McDonald's and Tyson Foods fired a chicken supplier after an animal rights group accused the farm of abuse.
The Galaxy Note 5 costs about $700 in stores. But how much does it actually cost Samsung to make?
HP CEO Meg Whitman sits down with CNN's Poppy Harlow to talk about leading HP through turbulent times, laying off 55,000 workers, and focusing on the importance of female leadership.
Evraz CFO Pavel Tatyanin discusses how the company is dealing with plunge in world steel prices.
Israel's booming tech sector has been the pearl of Israel's economy, but Arab Israeli's have been excluded from it, according to the Chairman of Babcom.
The U.S. GDP rose a stronger than expected 3.7% annual rate in the second quarter.
As the saying goes, when China sneezes, the world catches a cold. But in this case China has flu -- and it's contagious. From nearby neighbors Japan and South Korea, to those in Europe, the U.S. and deepest Africa, everyone is affected by China. Andrew Stevens explains why its slowing economy is having knock-on effects around the world.
The AFROPUNK movement is pushing music and fashion forward. Here's how it's leveraging social and new media to democratize access and accelerate the exchange of images and ideas.
U.S. investor Wilbur Ross discusses what's behind China's economic crisis and estimates its growth in the 4-5% range.
A disgruntled former employee of a Virginia TV news station killed 2 journalists live on TV.
After multiple days of losses and incredible volatility along the way, stocks rebounded with force on Wednesday, up almost 4%.
In the aftermath of the Charleston shooting, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon tells CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci that he envisions curtailing sales of semi-automatic weapons.
Facebook and Twitter suspended the accounts of a man suspected of killing two journalists on air after he posted videos of the shooting.
Jeffrey A. Marks, the general manager of WDBJ, tells CNN about the shooting of Virginia reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward, who were shot and killed on live TV.
Black hair is big business - an estimated $2.7 billion industry in hair care alone. A shift away from chemical relaxers in favor of natural hair has sparked a wave of innovation in the industry and created renewed opportunity for black entrepreneurs.
A reporter and cameraman from CNN affiliate WDBJ were killed during a shooting incident that occurred on live television, according to the station.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos reacts to being thrown out of a Donald Trump press conference.
Soon you'll be able to control devices at home with the simple flick of a finger, all thanks to gesture control technology. Currently used in the Xbox Kinect and smartphones, this technology is now set to revolutionize your home.
Step behind the scenes of shopping channel QVC to find out about the value of celebrity endorsements.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos got about 5 minutes with Donald Trump after Trump's security kicked him out of a press conference.
Jorge Ramos, anchor for Univision, was escorted out of a Donald Trump press conference when he tried to ask a question.
CNN's Richard Quest explains the extreme volatility in the stock market and why you should be thinking about the long-term trend, rather than the daily swings.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had more harsh tweets for Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. This time Roger Ailes, the head of the television station, fired back.
After a rollercoaster day on Monday that concluded three days of major losses for stocks, investors started buying again on Tuesday, and they are moving the market up.
Economist Ken Rogoff has been a bear on China simply because 'the world got used to the fact that China always goes up, and never has a slowdown.' Now the markets are reacting, but he still thinks a deeper crisis is unlikely.
After a miserable day for global markets on Monday, China stocks fell another 7% on Tuesday. But the damage seems contained to China and Japan.
Monday was an ugly day for stocks. But that doesn't mean it's time to put all your money under the mattress. Christine Romans explains what you should and shouldn't do with your portfolio.
An unprecedented day of trading began with the Dow down more than 1,000 points for the first time ever. Then stocks came back, almost to even, before closing more than 3.5% lower.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 588 points lower after plunging 1,000 points at the open.
U.S. stocks are bouncing back after a massive 1,000 point drop at the open.
While it will be 'incredibly volatile' in the short term, Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz, says that stocks being 'closer to what's justified by fundamentals' will be positive and open up investment opportunities in the long run.
As global stock markets and commodities continue to sell off across the board, U.S. stocks get crushed in a historic morning of trading.
As China stocks crash, millions of individual investors are watching their money evaporate.
Brian Stelter gets some straight talk from Sir Patrick Stewart, star of the new Starz comedy 'Blunt Talk.' Stewart plays Walter Blunt, a TV host struggling with more than just ratings.
There are major growth concerns in Asia, and investors are running scared. Christine Romans explains how resilient the American economy has been, and how far it's come, despite global headwinds.
Saudi Arabia's decision to keep pumping oil to put its shale rivals out of business appears to have backfired, as the price keeps falling. Will Saudi and OPEC blink and try and force oil prices higher?
The race is on to get the world's first self-driving car on the road, and the world's biggest car brands - BMW, Tesla and Audi - have all turned to Mobileye, a cutting-edge Israeli start-up.
Blake Mycoskie, founder of TOMS Shoes, took twelve weeks of paternity leave and says paid parental leave makes good business sense.
Donald Trump has been receiving wall-to-wall coverage on cable news, as well as dominating nightly newscasts and newspaper coverage compared to his GOP rivals.
Donald Trump has appeared on the cover of Time Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter. Next up is Rolling Stone.
Derek Thompson tells Fareed Zakaria how common jobs may soon be replaced by new technologies, as drivers may be by self-driving cars.
What happens when China's economy slows, the Federal Reserve telegraphs raising rates and oil drops below $40 a barrel? Stocks take their biggest hit since 2011.
The legendary star of 'Blunt Talk' on Starz tells Brian Stelter what he learned during his time in the anchor chair.
Major banks use this voice recognition technology to verify your identity when you call customer service. CNN's Samuel Burke tests the system and even tries to trick it.
A group of hackers who targeted cheating site Ashley Madison exposed millions of users and released confidential company information. Laurie Segall explains what you need to know about the attack.