Former Apple CEO John Sculley says "Steve Jobs" is 'first class entertainment.'
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson dismissed Rupert Murdoch's "real black president" tweet as "much to do about nothing."
Hedge fund billionaire Jim Chanos says Tesla is a small, elite, boutique car manufacturer that has a long way to go before it can compete with BMW and GM.
French Minister of Economy Emmanuel Macron speaks with CNN's Jim Bittermann about economic reforms and the Air France incident.
The billionaire short seller famous for predicting the collapse of Enron sees China on the brink, and calls Xi Jinping akin to Vladimir Putin.
Lumber Liquidators will pay $10 million in a Justice Department settlement over the origin of some of its wood flooring.
CNN's Isa Soares looks at the fallout from the Volkswagen scandal and the damage it could cause to the wider car industry.
Isa Soares speaks with European Commissioner of Justice Vera Jourova about the impact of the court's ruling that will force thousands of U.S. companies to change the way they treat personal data of users, customers and staff.
CNN's Brian Stelter offers perspective as conservative media mogul Rupert Murdoch tweets about presidential candidate Ben Carson and racial politics.
Think soda is dying? Zevia CEO Paddy Spence tells CNNMoney why his company is still growing.
Microsoft's first-ever laptop features a detachable screen and an attachable stylus.
Austrian student Max Schrems took issue with Facebook transferring his personal data to the U.S., which could then be accessed by the NSA. His case triggered Europe's landmark data transfer ruling.
The monologue must go on, so when Jimmy Fallon "pulled a hammy," Jay Leno briefly took back "The Tonight Show" reign.
September was an ugly month. But could October kill fears about a stock market bear? Experts expect a 2% rise from where stocks are now to end the year.
CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci explains daily fantasy football's 'insider trading' scandal.
More than 500 million people have been lifted out of poverty since China's economic reforms began in 1978.
In a new documentary, San Francisco 2.0, filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi explores the impact of the tech industry's high salaries and rising rents in San Francisco.
Julie Leach, 50, won the Michigan Powerball jackpot of $310.5 million and promptly quit her job.
Microsoft demos what gaming might look like in HoloLens mixed reality.
Ever wonder how your car still runs in scorching summer heat when you can barely even move? It can because companies like Ford torture their vehicles in the Arizona desert to make sure they can put up with whatever you -- or Mother Nature -- throws at them.
Microsoft unveiled its first ever laptop, the Surface Book, with a detachable and reversible screen.
Sen. Marco Rubio discusses his views on abortion with CNN's Chris Cuomo after being questioned about it at the first Republican presidential debate.
Twitter added the Moments feature that creates curated collections of tweets about the most popular topics.
Protesters angered by job cuts at Air France tore shirts off of company executives, forcing them to flee.
Bollywood is the largest movie industry in the world, churning out more than a 1000 films a year. Now, Hollywood is trying to take a slice of the pie, creating partnerships and joint ventures with local players. We speak to two production houses that are bridging the two movie industries.
Leading fashion designer, Anita Dhongre, is striving to bring the dying Indian art of weaving back to the catwalk. We journey to the weavers' homes in Varanasi to trace the culturally rich fabrics from the wooden looms to the catwalks and explore how the ancient tradition is staying in business today.
DraftKings and FanDuel are defending their businesses. Cristina Alesci explains the allegations, and the big questions about regulation in fantasy sports.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a trade agreement that's been in the works for years. Critics say it will ship more jobs overseas, while its supporters say the deal will be good for American workers.
The strong dollar is good for U.S. consumers because they'll spend less on imports. But how does it affect the global economy?
After years of negotiations, 12 countries making up 40% of the world's economy, have finalized the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger are among the hottest stocks of the year. Sales are strong. So are FBI background checks. And incidents of mass violence like the latest shooting in Oregon tend to lead to more buying due to fears about stricter gun control laws.
President of the American Enterprise Institute Arthur Brooks says conservatives need to talk more about helping the poor, because they really do have solutions.
Time-lapse video shows a behind-the-scenes look inside Boeing's factory as a 787-9 Dreamliner is built.
Months after Dick Costolo stepped down, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey will take over as CEO.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio takes CNN's Poppy Harlow on the subway to the poorest congressional district in the country to talk income inequality and why he argues the minimum wage must be $15.
As Head of LVMH's Watch Division Jean-Claude Biver is responsible for icon Swiss watch brands like Hublot, Tag Heuer and Zenith. CNN's Isa Soares spoke to Biver and began by asking him about the challenges of managing the three different brands in an increasingly digital world.
Japan's richest man, UNIQLO's CEO Tadashi Yanai, bets big on China to deliver growth for his popular retailer and for his personal fortune, but he has "no concern whatsoever" about the Chinese economy.
Hillary Clinton made an appearance on "Saturday Night Live" as a bartender joking with cast member Kate McKinnon's Clinton character.
One week after the Swiss Attorney General's office opened criminal proceedings against the FIFA president, corporate sponsors demanded his resignation.
CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci interview the CEO of General Mills Ken Powell about Partners in Food Solutions, a non-profit where western food giants like General Mills and Hershey's help farmers and processors in Africa with their businesses.
CNN's Poppy Harlow goes behind the scenes at YouTube Space NY to speak with tech savvy supermodel Karlie Kloss who started her own YouTube channel "Klossy."
The 31-year-old new host of the "Daily Show" held his own as he took over for Jon Stewart
Auto workers at Fiat Chrysler weigh in on the UAW contract.
Despite being a tale of science fiction, 'The Martian' includes a few technologies NASA is experimenting with.
South Korean men spend more per-capita on skincare than men anywhere else in the world, according to Euromonitor.
A CNNMoney investigation found that more than 100 companies that were the targets of serious government regulatory action but still got at least an A- rating from the Better Business Bureau.
How does the U.S. compare to the rest of the world when it comes to gun violence? The Daily Share's Jon Sarlin takes a closer look.
U.S. employers added only 142,000 jobs in September, while unemployment remained at 5.1%. CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans breaks down jobs report.
Isa Soares speaks to CEO of Greece's Piraeus Bank Anthimos Thomopoulos about the future of Greece's economy.
Portugal will go to the polls this weekend in a general election that is being viewed as a referendum on austerity. The choice for voters: continue with the center-right government of Pedro Passos Coelho or, the uncertainty of a new government led by Socialist Party candidate, Antonio Costa.