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  • Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo crashes 

    Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo crashed in California's Mojave Desert during a test flight.

  • Trick or treat for Japan's economy? 

    The Bank of Japan is expanding its stimulus plan in an effort to keep the country's economic revival on track, but will the boost cause an economy that already has a sugar high to crash?

  • The Eurozone's zombie banks 

    They can't be saved. They can't be killed and are ready to cause the next global crisis! You'd be right to think zombies, but were you thinking zombie banks?

  • Supply and demand: The dance 

    A whimsical tale of love, dance and the economic concept of supply and demand. 'We the Economy' takes a choreographed look at how the price for products is set.

  • Battling big business over lemonade 

    Jerry runs his lemonade stand and has the market cornered - until ten-year old Addie opens her own stand across the street. Competition equals war, and both sides use - and abuse - a government regulator to try and win.

  • The great 'Mmm...Mmm' soup challenge 

    Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison says 'The American family has changed ... so food has to be different.'

  • Watch this 3D scanner-printer fail  

    The idea of being able to print an exact copy of an object is mind-blowing. And this two-in-one 3D scanner-printer attempted to do just that. But put to the test, it failed miserably. Unless you are copying objects that are as simple as a cube, you are out of luck.

  • Tim Cook in 90 seconds 
    Tim Cook in 90 seconds(01:28)Oct 30 2014

    Apple CEO Tim Cook took the helm in a moment of tragedy. He's quieting critics with Apple's latest gadgets and just became the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company.

  • How easy is it to steal your passwords? 

    CNNMoney heads to Central Park to test how hard it would be to steal passwords for things like email and online shopping accounts.

  • Gas price conspiracy theories debunked 

    Gas prices are at their lowest in four years thanks to plummeting crude oil prices. Industry insiders have their own theories as to why, but the answer may be simpler than you think.

  • Tim Cook's push for LGBT equality 

    Apple CEO Tim Cook, speaking in Alabama about civil rights, criticized the state for being 'too slow on equality for the LGBT community.'

  • 5 stunning stats about McDonald's 

    Best or worst burger in America? Consumer Reports' ranking, and other stunning stats on McDonald's.

  • Where it's legal to discriminate against gays at work 

    Many in the LGBT community still fear repercussions at work if they come out of the closet. Private companies in 29 states in the U.S. can legally fire someone for being gay.

  • Share a Coke with Green Mountain? 

    Keurig Green Mountain is the best performing stock in the S&P 500 this year. Shares have nearly doubled thanks to a big investment by Coke. Should Coke buy all of it? Keurig CEO Brian Kelley used to work for Coke.

  • Rice, Haiti and the foreign aid paradox 

    'We the Economy' film zeroes in on food aid to Haiti and how it affects American farming and shipping interests as well as Haiti's own agricultural markets. The result: a surprising study in unintended consequences.

  • The future of Sony 
    The future of Sony(02:32)Oct 30 2014

    Sony was once a symbol of Japan's golden age, but now the tech company is struggling. Will Ripley takes a look at Sony's game plan to make a comeback.

  • World's billionaire tally climbs to 1,645 

    The number of global billionaires has doubled since the financial crisis began, according to Oxfam. It says a 1.5% tax on the super rich would save 23 million lives by improving healthcare.

  • Costco employees have Thanksgiving off 

    25% of holiday shoppers began their buying on Thanksgiving last year, but none of them shopped at Costco. The warehouse giant says its employees deserve the day off.

  • Rocket explodes on space station resupply mission 

    Unmanned Orbital Sciences' Antares rocket was on the third of eight NASA-contracted cargo resupply missions to the International Space Station.

  • What your $500 iPad costs to make 

    Apple's iPad Air 2 retails starting at $499. CNNMoney takes a look at what it costs to build piece by piece.

  • Supercut: 2014 Halloween commercials 

    From Skittles to Ikea, some of the biggest names in business went all out this Halloween.

  • QE is finally over. Here's why 
    QE is finally over. Here's why(01:11)Oct 29 2014

    Good riddance, QE? The Fed's stimulus program has boosted stocks and kept interest rates low. But has it really helped consumers all that much?

  • Samsung earnings dented by Apple 

    CNN's Andrew Stevens looks at the changing shape of the smartphone marketplace.

  • Where did bitcoin go wrong? 
    Where did bitcoin go wrong?(03:05)Oct 29 2014

    Author Jeffrey Robinson tells Richard Quest that virtual currency is the future, but bitcoin is a thing of the past.

  • In the mind of a hacker 
    In the mind of a hacker(02:47)Oct 29 2014

    Samuel Burke gets a rare insight into the motivations, and hopes of convicted Russian hacker Vladislav Horohorin.

  • This is where 70% of tax dollars go 

    Americans spend a lot of time arguing over federal spending. 'We the Economy' film breaks down how your tax dollars are spent.

  • GDP smackdown: Battle of economic theories 

    Two economists settle their differences in the professional wrestling ring. 'We the Economy' film pits Simon Kuznets against M. Joseph Meehan in a testosterone-fueled battle over how to measure economic health.

  • Facebook stock is down, but not out 

    Facebook beat Wall Street expectations with a huge success in mobile advertising, but investors are still spooked by the social media giant's plans to spend more of its cash.

  • Meet the world's scariest car 
    Meet the world's scariest car(02:35)Oct 28 2014

    This 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 "Super Snake" has a haunting past.

  • Sleepy Hollow cashes in on Halloween  

    Just 25 miles north of Manhattan, Sleepy Hollow is a town that's made a business out of history.

  • Ho, Ho, Ho: Robot helps holiday shoppers 

    An Orchard Supply Hardware store in California is gearing up for the holiday shopping season by introducing autonomous talking robots to assist customers.

  • Oil sinks, you save 
    Oil sinks, you save(01:32)Oct 28 2014

    Plunging oil prices are making the gas in your car and the heat in your house cheaper. But you won't be saving on everything.

  • Inside the Chevy Volt battery lab 

    Go inside the largest automotive battery lab in the world that engineered the battery pack for the new Chevy Volt. And after Peter Valdes-Dapena builds a Volt drive unit, we'll let you decide if he has a future in auto manufacturing.

  • See Verizon's new Droid in :60 
    See Verizon's new Droid in :60(01:00)Oct 28 2014

    Verizon's new Droid Turbo has up to two days of battery life.

  • MSG: The world's most famous spin-off?? 

    Wall Street loves a good breakup. MSG is the latest to announce it may split into two. The company is already a spin-off of Cablevision. Is another split necessary?

  • Twitter stock tumbles on weak user growth 

    Twitter suffers from comparisons to Facebook, which trumps Twitter in devoted users and online advertising.

  • Ma: Alibaba breaking into Hollywood 

    Ecommerce giant Alibaba is also the world's biggest entertainment hub. Founder Jack Ma says he plans to use that audience to change how China works.

  • Comedians act out globalization's impact 

    Bob Balaban wrangles seven experts for 'We the Economy' film to break down what it means to have a globalized economy. A troupe of comedic actors enlivens the commentary.

  • Detroit: City on the rise? 
    Detroit: City on the rise?(08:44)Oct 28 2014

    Detroit has been the poster child for urban decay. How does a great American city bounce back? Film for 'We the Economy' explores the city's history and its struggle to recover from the loss of manufacturing jobs.

  • Cook: Apple Pay already industry best 

    Tim Cook explains why Apple Pay is already the best mobile payment system, and what customers can look forward to from the Apple Watch.

  • Dilma's dilemma: Brazil's economy in rut 

    After a close election, President Dilma Rousseff is tasked with building up Brazil's economy and investor confidence without letting go of social programs.

  • Why some retailers won't use Apple Pay 

    CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci explains the difference between Apple Pay and CurrentC, and why retailers are chasing after the latter.

  • Satya Nadella in 90 seconds 
    Satya Nadella in 90 seconds(01:24)Oct 27 2014

    Everything you need to know about the man tasked with turning Microsoft around...in 90 seconds.

  • Cute alpacas learn about income inequality 

    Sarah Silverman, Maya Rudolph, Andy Richter, Billy Eichner and Amy Poehler voice cartoon characters for Adam McKay directed 'We the Economy' film about the wealth distribution gap.

  • The true cost of our cheap gadgets  

    As consumers in a rapidly growing world economy, we have an insatiable appetite for the next greatest electronic gadget, like smartphones and TVs. Film for 'We the Economy' asks: Can we consume cheap imported products without exploiting someone in the supply chain?

  • Why Campbell didn't desert Camden, N.J. 

    The Campbell Soup Company has been headquartered in Camden, New Jersey for 145 years. CEO Denise Morrison says the investment in the community can be a 'model' for other cities and 'good for America.'

  • Ferrari just got more exclusive 

    Ferrari is making six "invite-only" super cars that are available only to the most elite car lovers. CNNMoney's Alanna Petroff looks at the brand's drive to feed demand for unique, high-end vehicles.

  • Long-term care by the numbers 
    Long-term care by the numbers(01:22)Oct 29 2014

    Seven out of ten people will need long-term care sometime after 65. Christine Romans looks at the numbers behind long-term care.

  • CNNMoney Recap: The week's biggest stories 

    All the money news that matters to you this week: Stocks continue to rally despite global concerns, and Ebola. A major airbag recall drivers need to know about -- and why some Florida moms got angry at Toys R Us over an action figure.

  • The nerd science of political campaigns 

    With tight races nationwide, Democrats' digital expertise can mean the difference between winning and losing.

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