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  • Mike Huckabee leaves Jon Stewart speechless 

    The usually outspoken host of 'The Daily Show' was left speechless by Mike Huckabee's controversial comments comparing the Iran Deal to the Holocaust.

  • Has China's economic bubble burst? 

    The Shanghai stock market has lost 1/3 of its value in less than a month. CNN's David McKenzie explains how this could hurt the average investor.

  • Twitter takes on a life of its own 

    From Taylor Swift using it to take on Apple music, to European politicians airing their grievances on the Greek crisis, to the White House using Twitter to sell its Iran deal, the social media platform is not just a source of information on global events -- it's becoming a player in the action.

  • See the penthouse Donald Trump sold for $21 million 

    The 2016 presidential hopeful just sold a 5 bedroom Manhattan penthouse he never lived in for $21 million.

  • Chrysler hit with record fine 
    Chrysler hit with record fine(02:03)Jul 27 2015

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will pay a record $105 million for mishandling 23 recalls.

  • Method bets on Chicago's South Side 

    A new plant hasn't been built on the South Side of Chicago for 30 years -- until now. CNN's Poppy Harlow finds out why Method bet big on this community.

  • Former Greek finance minister explains 'Plan B' 

    Christiane Amanpour interviews Greece's former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis about his 'Plan B' to create more financial flexibility once the banks were shut down.

  • Online safety firm: Android has a major security flaw 

    Android phones can get infected by merely receiving a picture via text message, according to research published Monday.

  • Horse bettor wins over $470k on a 50 cent bet 

    Small bet, big payout -- a gambler at Saratoga Race Course won over $470,000 after placing a 50 cent bet on a Pick Five race on Saturday.

  • Bill Cosby's accusers speak out in New York Magazine 

    Thirty five of the women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault appear on the cover of the newest issue of New York Magazine.

  • This is the fastest sedan you can buy 

    It's the fastest production sedan ever and probably has the best name: the Dodge Charger Hellcat. Peter Valdes-Dapena takes the Hellcat to the streets of Brooklyn.

  • China lifts video game ban 
    China lifts video game ban(01:36)Jul 27 2015

    China has announced that it will officially lift its ban on video game consoles, though games' content will be subject to censorship, they say.

  • Gawker CEO: Unhappy employees can take buyout 

    Nick Denton, CEO of Gawker Media, says that employees unhappy with the company's new direction can take a "generous buyout offer."

  • Showtime chief talks 'Twin Peaks' comeback 

    Golden Globe and Peabody Award-winning series 'Twin Peaks' is returning as a new limited series on Showtime in 2016. The network's incoming CEO David Nevins tells CNNMoney's Brian Stelter why he thinks the show will satisfy fans and why he's giving director David Lynch "enormous" creative control.

  • Jon Stewart savors Trump's presidential announcement 

    "The Daily Show's" Jon Stewart was giddy in the wake of Donald Trump's announcement that he will run for president in 2015.

  • Does Adam Sandler mean game over for 'Pixels?' 

    Featuring classic '80s video games and a strong supporting cast with the likes of Peter Dinklage and Kevin James, Columbia Pictures' 'Pixels' should be a summer hit. The only thing threatening to kill the film's success? Its star -- Adam Sandler.

  • Will insurer mergers raise healthcare costs? 

    The five major health insurers will soon become three. Cigna and Anthem are merging. That follows Humana and Aetna. UnitedHealth just completed a big deal too. There are concerns these companies will now have more clout to boost premiums.

  • When will the world's first malaria vaccine be available? 

    After 30 years and over $500 million, the world's first malaria vaccine received approval from the European Medicines Agency. Now, GlaxoSmithKline's vaccine awaits approval by the World Health Organization before it can be administered.

  • Is T-Mobile's CEO for or against net neutrality? 

    T-Mobile CEO John Legere says he is for a 'free and open internet' but he also says 'net neutrality zealots' shouldn't see it as such a black and white issue.

  • Dunkin' Brands CEO: $15 minimum wage is 'outrageous' 

    Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis supports "reasonable increases in the minimum wage," but says a proposal to raise New York State's minimum wage to $15 an hour will hurt economic growth and could lead to hiring less people.

  • Chuck Taylors get a comfort upgrade 

    Converse's new Chuck Taylor All Star II sneaker looks like the original, but feels even better.

  • The battle of the brands 
    The battle of the brands(06:50)Jul 23 2015

    General Motors and Under Armour both reported strong earnings on Thursday, while McDonald's is having a tougher time keeping up with its competition.

  • Grazer on 'Arrested Development' writers' room 

    'Arrested Development' executive producer Brian Grazer talks to CNNMoney's Brian Stelter about Season 5 of 'Arrested Development' and the writing room Mitch Hurwitz is creating.

  • How Uber fought City Hall...and won 

    New York City has agreed to drop it's proposed cap on the number of new licenses issued to Uber for at least four months. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Two Convertibles: Rolls-Royce vs. Ferrari 

    CNNMoney's Peter Valdes-Dapena test drives a pair of big money convertibles: the new Ferrari California T and a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé. Because if you can afford one luxury car, you can probably afford two.

  • VistaJet isn't for the 1%. It's for the 0.001% 

    VistaJet is the private jet company for business travelers with the deepest of pockets. Their model is different, but is it sustainable? CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich goes on board to find out.

  • 'Sharknado 3' star: 'This movie's got legs' 

    "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!" stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid answer a slew of questions from the Twitter-verse.

  • What a hacked Jeep looks like on the road 

    Hackers Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller were able to remotely control a Jeep's steering and brakes. CNNMoney's Laurie Segall speaks with Valasek.

  • Shopping club Jet.com launches in the U.S. 

    Jet.com founder and CEO Marc Lore talks about how his online retail venture will hopefully revolutionize the way America shops.

  • Hear the war of words: Uber vs. NYC 

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is planning to propose legislation that will cap the number of Ubers that could hit the road. Laurie Segall reports.

  • 'Old' companies top Apple 
    'Old' companies top Apple(02:49)Jul 22 2015

    Coca-Cola and Boeing both reported earnings that topped Wall Street's forecasts, while Apple reported disappointing results.

  • What you should know about police body-worn cameras 

    Despite promising results from pilot projects, the jury is still out on the effectiveness of police body-worn cameras. Sunny Hostin explores the debates surrounding this new angle on policing.

  • Will Taylor Swift's clothing line cause controversy in China? 

    The pop star unveiled plans to sell her merchandise on Chinese retailer JD.com ahead of her '1989' tour stop in Shanghai -- but Swift's tour name includes a date that is heavily censored by the Chinese government.

  • The secret of making quality headphones 

    U.S. headphone maker Audeze has captured the interest of audiophiles and music industry professionals around the world.

  • Obama to Jon Stewart: You're leaving before me? 

    President Obama made his final appearance on "The Daily Show" with Jon Stewart.

  •  Girl Scouts: building robots and tech leaders 

    There's a shortage of women in science and tech, and Girl Scouts wants to change that. Christine Romans sits down with CEO Anna Maria Chavez to talk robots, coding and diversity.

  • This is why you need to check your credit history 

    Your personal information is out there, and no one is safe. Christine Romans explains why in a week of huge hacking headlines, you have to take matters in your own hands.

  • This couple's bet on Apple is now worth $1 Million 

    In 1998 Ning Wang and Tian Qian began investing in Apple when the company was struggling. Their discipline paid off -- now their investment is worth a million dollars.

  • Watch the weed ad that was pulled from Colorado airwaves 

    This commercial for Neos, a provider of cannabis oil and vaporizers, would have been the first ad for recreational pot to run on U.S. television when it was scheduled to run in Denver -- but it was pulled from airwaves because the federal government still considers pot illegal.

  • IBM investors sing the Big Blues 

    IBM's sales disappointed again. The strong dollar is partly to blame. But IBM has been dead money since Ginni Rometty took over as CEO in 2012 while other techs have thrived.

  • Toshiba CEO resigns over faked profits 

    Toshiba CEO Hisao Tanaka and eight board members have quit after an independent panel found the company inflated earnings by $1.2 billion over seven years.

  • Are we at the end of China's bling dynasty? 

    CNN's Kristie Lu Stout takes a closer look at the new spending habits of China's ultra-rich.

  • How the anti-corruption campaign affects China's ultra-rich 

    Managing Director of China Market Research Group Shaun Rein and Bain & Company partner Alfred Shang talk to CNN's Kristie Lu Stout about how China's anti-corruption crackdown is affecting the country's billionaires.

  • Who are China's 'vampire' billionaires? 

    In the last ten years, China has gone from having one dollar billionaire to 360 -- but Hurun China Rich List founder Rupert Hoogewerf says for every one Chinese billionaire found, there are two that are missed. He says 15% of the nation's wealth is 'vampire wealth' that is hidden from the public.

  • The Nasdaq is on a record-breaking roll 

    The Nasdaq is up 10% this year thanks to big gains in biotech, pharmaceuticals, and tech. Christine Romans explains what it will take to keep that run going

  • The secret to supermodel success?  

    Vogue dubbed Gigi Hadid a "social media supermodel," so CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich finds out how Instagram and hashtags are helping Hadid's burgeoning business.

  • Ashley Madison survival guide: A divorce lawyer's advice 

    Divorce attorney Michael Beyda says the breach of cheating website Ashley Madison will bring in business.

  • Ashley Madison hackers threaten to release data 

    The hack on Ashley Madison, a dating website for cheating spouses, has potentially exposed customer's personal information online.

  • PayPal CEO: Our advantage is independence 

    PayPal CEO Dan Schulman says splitting from eBay allows PayPal to be a neutral third-party for consumers across any platform.

  • 3 reasons gold prices are falling 

    Anthony Chan, managing director at JP Morgan Chase, explains why gold is at a five-year low.