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  • Target has its groove back 

    Investors and consumers seem to have forgotten about the big data breach. Target's stock is at an all-time high. Wall Street loves what new CEO Brian Cornell is doing.

  • Surface creator on losing $1 billion  

    Panos Panay, the mastermind behind the Surface since day one, reflects on the $900 million write down Microsoft took on the tablet in 2013.

  • Exclusive first look at Surface 3 tablet 

    The new Microsoft Surface 3 is a smaller, lighter and cheaper 'baby-brother' of the Surface Pro 3 tablet.

  • Greece: 'Humanitarian crisis' hits hard 

    The Greek government has passed a bill to tackle a "humanitarian crisis" in the country. CNN's Elinda Labropoulou reports.

  • Who Is Travis Kalanick 
    Who Is Travis Kalanick(01:10)8:41am

    He's the entrepreneur disrupting the taxi industry. Travis Kalanick co-founded Uber in 2009. But his aggressive tactics have made him one of the most vilified startup CEOs in Silicon Valley.

  • Wages stuck as labor market tightens 

    Wage growth is sluggish, and banks are lowering their forecasts for economic growth as well. Even with such slow progress, Christine Romans explains why there could be good news for workers.

  • 'Religious Freedom' law bad business for Indiana 

    After the CEOs of Apple, Angie's List, Eli Lilly, and PayPal vocally criticized the anti-LGBT law, they may put their money where their mouth is - and shrink their operations in Indiana. The controversial bill could also chase away big events like the NCAA finals, impacting tourism.

  • China's rival to the World Bank 

    Several key U.S. allies have announced their decision to join a new China-backed investment bank.

  • Jay Z's new Spotify competitor is owned by artists 

    Jay Z brought out Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Kanye West, and more to announce Tidal -- his new streaming service owned by the artists themselves.

  • Ford CEO: 2015 will be breakthrough year 

    Ford CEO Mark Fields tells Poppy Harlow why he's bullish on the U.S. economy.

  • How Ford can stop you from speeding 

    Ford expands its presence in the tech capitol of the country as it works on new technology. Next up: driverless cars and vehicles that limit your speed.

  • Ford's souped-up chauffeur ride for China 

    Forget the boring ride to the airport. Ford is throwing extra features in the back seat of its chauffeur vehicles in China. It's personalized luxury.

  • How Hong Kong maintains its busy subway 

    A look at how Hong Kong's subway system, the MTR, stays on track while shuttling an average of 5.2 million passengers a day.

  • The 5 biggest jewelry heists in history 

    More than half a billion dollars lost. Most of the jewels have never been recovered. CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich breaks down the biggest heists in history.

  • Musician finds harmony in retirement  

    Brian Beck forged a career writing and performing jingles. In retirement, he finally achieved a lifelong goal: form a barber shop quartet.

  • Who is Trevor Noah? 
    Who is Trevor Noah?(01:16)Mar 30 2015

    CNNMoney has the details on the new host of 'The Daily Show.'

  • Thanks, Rihanna! Nightmare may be over for DreamWorks 

    DreamWorks Animation desperately needed its new movie 'Home' -- which features the voices of Rihanna and Jim Parsons -- to be a hit. It turned out to be a 'Home' run.

  • Tech exec on Indiana law: 'Human decency issue' 

    PayPal co-founder Max Levchin is urging Silicon Valley to evaluate their business relationships with Indiana in light of the recently passed "religious freedom" law.

  • Which $200 laptop is right for you? 

    CNNMoney puts the Samsung Chromebook 2 and the HP Stream head-to-head to see which low cost laptop is the better buy.

  • Strong dollar, cheap travel 
    Strong dollar, cheap travel(00:55)Mar 30 2015

    Thanks to the soaring dollar, that Paris trip just got a lot cheaper. Christine Romans explains where else you can get more for your money.

  • Lincoln unveils classy new Continental 

    The Lincoln Continental is back and it's more luxurious than ever. With a champagne cooler and shearling carpet, this is the fanciest member of the Ford family yet.

  • Airlines adopt cockpit 'rule of two' 

    Lufthansa and other international carriers will require two authorized people to be in the cockpit at all times, a rule already enforced in the U.S.

  • Is Lufthansa entirely responsible for Germanwings crash?  

    Anderson Cooper speaks with aviation attorney Justin Green about an airline's liability when a crew member apparently goes rogue.

  • Google names Ruth Porat its new CFO 

    Ruth Porat will become Google's new chief financial officer in May.

  • Indiana's religious freedom law: Belief or bigotry? 

    Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which allows businesses to refuse service to gay people on religious grounds.

  • BlackBerry back on track? 
    BlackBerry back on track?(01:19)Mar 27 2015

    The company actually reported a profit and it increased its cash position. But BlackBerry's sales continue to plunge as the company faces challenges in the competitive smartphone market.

  • Investors love Tim Cook's Apple 

    Under Tim Cook's watch, Apple shares have soared. Christine Romans explains how Tim Cook go out of Steve Jobs' shadow.

  • Ferrari's better, faster supercar 

    Ferrari debuted the 488 GTB at the Geneva Motor Show. Ferrari promises a true driver's car with the power to back it up. But don't expect to get your hands on one quickly, the wait list is long.

  • Lufthansa CEO on cockpit access 

    Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr explains that during a low workload phase of a flight, pilots can be alone in the cockpit for brief periods.

  • '70s and '80s tech making comeback 

    From the boombox to the Polaroid, Laurie Segall takes a look at how classic tech is inspiring today's innovation.

  • Searching for the real Steve Jobs 

    A new book, "Becoming Steve Jobs," is the latest attempt to reveal who the Apple co-founder really was. Why it won't be the last.

  • Lufthansa CEO: Pilot passed all his tests 

    Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr says the airline's pilot qualification process is thorough but it will look for ways to improve it after the crash in France.

  • Will unrest in Yemen disrupt financial markets? 

    In a span of 24 hours, oil is back on the rise, gold is higher and stock markets are under pressure. Even though the oil market is awash with crude, there's plenty to worry the market in the Middle East and Yemen now tops the list that includes Iraq and Libya.

  • First look at Periscope -- the app that could kill Meerkat 

    Twitter has an answer to Meerkat -- and it cost them a reported $100M acquisition. Laurie Segall tests out Periscope, the newest livestream app on the block.

  • Lufthansa CEO 'speechless' over deliberate crash 

    Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr talks about the background of Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz.

  • The wealthiest man in Ohio is a lingerie salesman 

    L Brands CEO Les Wexner is worth more than $7.5 billion. He founded the company that owns Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works and he hasn't lost his touch. The stock is near its all-time high.

  • Is it time for a correction? 
    Is it time for a correction?(01:10)Mar 26 2015

    It's been more than 1,200 days since the market had a true correction. Christine Romans explains what's sending stocks lower, and why a pullback might not be a bad thing.

  • Galaxy S6 & iPhone 6: Twinsies! 

    Samsung's new flagship phone bears a striking resemblance to the iPhone 6.?

  • PETA fights for owls on Harry Potter tour 

    Animal activist group PETA claims the treatment of owls showcased in Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is "inadequate."

  • A Gentleman's Guide to buying shoes 

    Barneys shoe expert reveals the three shoes every gentleman must have in his closet.

  • 5 stunning stats about the U.S. dollar 

    It's the piece of paper that controls your life, but did you know the dollar isn't actually made of paper? What your money is made of, plus other stunning stats.

  • What next for 'Top Gear'? 
    What next for 'Top Gear'?(02:24)Mar 25 2015

    Will "Top Gear" ever be the same without Jeremy Clarkson?

  • Airbus A320: The airlines' workhorse 

    More than 6,200 Airbus A320 planes are in operation around the world. CNN's Thom Patterson explains the Airbus A320's history and safety record.

  • Macaroni & cheers! Buffett's Heinz buys Kraft 

    Heinz, owned by Berkshire Hathaway and private equity firm 3G, are scooping up the maker of Velveeta. Will Warren Buffett look to acquire even more food companies?

  • Are 'low-cost' airlines less safe? 

    Germanwings is Lufthansa's low-cost carrier, the latest in a long string of 'low-cost' airlines that have suffered major crashes in the last year. Does 'low cost' mean less safe? Cristina Alesci breaks down the myths behind the budget carriers.

  • How to save for a down payment 
    How to save for a down payment(00:50)Mar 25 2015

    Living with mom and dad could be the best money decision you ever make. According to loanDepot, it's helping 16% of millennials pay down debt, and save for the down payment on a first home.

  • Kraft and Heinz to merge 
    Kraft and Heinz to merge(01:02)Mar 25 2015

    Heinz and Kraft merge to form one of the world's largest food and beverage companies.

  • Treasury Secretary to Millennials: 'Take some chances' 

    What's advice does the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew have for Millennials just entering the job market? 'Take some chances' and seek out opportunities where you can learn new things.

  • Can American money save Cuban sugar? 

    Cuba's sugar industry is hoping normalized relations with the U.S. will revitalize its lackluster production.

  • Coca-Cola ads through the years 

    Coca-Cola has been in business for over 120 years. Here are some of the most iconic ads in the company's history.