Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella traveled to India to meet with the nation's next generation of tech pioneers.
Martin Senn, the former CEO of Zurich Insurance Group, has taken his own life just months after leaving the company.
Five top U.S. tech companies have stashed more than half a trillion dollars in cash, much of it overseas.
Social engineers, or people hackers, specialize in getting you to share information you shouldn't -- like personal details that could lead to a password being stolen. Laurie Segall reports.
A risque conversation with a new Facebook friend led to sextortion. Laurie Segall reports.
Everything about eSports is big, and getting even bigger at an astonishing rate. From the tens of thousands of fans in stadiums, to the millions of dollars in prize money, CNN's Don Riddell explores the extraordinary growth of the sport.
Depp's newest movie was a box office flop amid domestic abuse allegations from the star's wife, Amber Heard.
When Cory Busse filed his 2015 tax return, he got a discomfiting response: it was already filed.
Brian Stelter analyzes the recent revelations about billionaire entrepreneur Peter Thiel secretly funding litigation against Gawker Media.
Instead of dropping bombs, drop food. That's the goal of a Helical outpost. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci looks at the repurposed shipping container designed to bring resources to conflict areas.
Detroit is on the mend after becoming the nation's largest city ever to go bankrupt just two years ago. CNN's Poppy Harlow asks Mayor Mike Duggan how the city is starting to turn around, betting big on small businesses, education and affordable housing.
Former Trump University students say they spent a lot of money but did not learn any real estate secrets. A review of Trump University presenters revealed questionable credentials and inflated resumes. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
Hackers have been able to gain access to the SWIFT network by infiltrating at least four banks worldwide. CNNMoney's Jose Pagliery explains how these hacks may have ties to North Korea.
Riot police have clashed with protestors in Paris in a second day of strikes against the government's controversial labor reform bill.
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel secretly financed Hulk Hogan's invasion of privacy lawsuit against Gawker Media.
This year's packed superhero movie lineup is getting another addition with the premiere of "X-Men: Apocalypse." But can the latest in the popular franchise keep up with the rest of the genre?
In a speech to Harvard University graduates, iconic film director Steven Spielberg discusses wrongs in the world and says 'the only answer to more hate is more humanity.'
With polls showing Britons are divided on whether to stay inside Europe, CNNMoney's Nina dos Santos meets one family of farmers - who despite receiving half their income from the EU - are split on how they will vote.
Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and James McAvoy star in the latest installment of the superhero series.
When we shop we either do it online or in a store. Warby Parker is building their billion dollar brand by offering both options.
With less people playing -- and watching the game -- Greg Norman is looking to millennials to take golf out of the long grass. CNNMoney's Maggie Lake caught up with him for a round in New Jersey.
TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger says the agency has put additional resources into the country's top 20 airports to prepare for Memorial Day weekend travel.
Crude oil has rallied past the symbolic $50 a barrel milestone again after a two-year slump.
The History channel is reviving the Alex Haley story into an eight-hour miniseries.
The Steelers think the key to reducing player injuries is eliminating tackling during practice -- and their new robotic tackling dummy is making that possible.
We are running out of room and resources here on earth. United Launch Alliance is looking beyond planet earth to solve these problems.
Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods, says the 365 stores are a step toward making healthy living "affordable and more accessible."
Billionaire Peter Thiel explains what his thinks is wrong with the American college education system.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg bought four homes around is house in Palo Alto and he plans to tear them down to build new, smaller buildings.
CNN's Kyra Phillips shares her personal experience with small life choices that can lead to fertility problems later in life.
Israel used to rely entirely on imported coal, natural gas and oil for its energy needs. But now the nation could be energy independent, thanks to the discovery of giant gas fields.
Once heralded as members of "The Party of Lincoln," black Republicans today are labeled everything from "confused" to "sellouts" to "Uncle Tom." How do you un-stereotype black Republicans? CNNMoney's Tanzina Vega investigates.
Exhibitors at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Louisville say that fear of government action on guns is a huge driver of sales.
Sara Story, a New York-based interior designer and businesswoman, draws inspiration from her travels. She was born in Japan and has lived in Singapore and Houston, Texas. Story has a distinctive clientele. From a loft in New York's TriBeCa to a Singapore bungalow, her work has been described as "sophisticated" and "eclectic."
Taylor Swift went from country ingenue to one of the most powerful pop stars in the music business. Here's how.
A sugar shortage forces Coca-Cola to suspend production in Venezuela until supply bounces back. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
Speaking with CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci, outspoken Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz addresses the anger and distrust in America, and places the blame squarely on the presidential candidates themselves.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz cautions against raising wages too quickly, but opposes the negative way society can view the poor.
Pritzker Group Managing Partners J.B. And Tony Pritzker talk to CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about which presidential candidate is better for business, a topic they don't agree on.
There's a power struggling boiling over for the future of Viacom. Controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone has split with the company's CEO, Phillippe Dauman, and Dauman thinks his daughter, Shari Redstone, is behind the takeover.
Disney gives a first look at its live action "Beauty and the Beast" starring Emma Watson as Belle.
Bayer CEO Werner Baumann tells CNNMoney's Maggie Lake why it makes sense to pay a 37% premium to buy the world's largest seed seller, Monsanto.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary plans to lure in customers with airfares that will be about 7% lower than last year, even as terrorism concerns have hurt the European airline industry.
The National Rifle Association heartily endorsed Donald Trump on Friday at its annual meeting. NRA members in the exhibition hall were more ambivalent.
Beyond Meat claims it makes a veggie burger that tastes ? and browns ? like actual meat. Cristina Alesci visited their headquarters in Los Angeles to put the burger to the test.
Donald Trump talks to the National Rifle Association convention after receiving the organization's endorsement from NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre.
Mary Templeton, wife of Texas Instruments CEO, tells Southern Methodist University students how she moved on after becoming paralyzed during a family vacation at the beach.
Maria Shriver, part of the Kennedy dynasty and former First Lady of California, says because Alzheimer's is disproportionately a women's issue, it is also an opportunity for Donald Trump to take on the issue and appeal to women. She sits down with CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci.
Maria Shriver tells CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci that businesses and government don't do enough to support working mothers. She and her brother, Mark Shriver, call for more sick and parental leave.
A new film starring John Malkovich was showcased at Cannes Film Festival, even though it will be locked in a safe until 2115. CNN's Lisa France explains.