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  • This drone crashed the White House lawn 

    Drone-maker DJI is planning a software update to prevent its drones from flying in downtown D.C.

  • Tim Cook emerges from Steve Jobs' shadow 

    Apple CEO Tim Cook led Apple to post the highest quarterly profit in corporate history.

  • Facebook profits soar 
    Facebook profits soar(01:38)6:53pm

    Facebook earnings jumped 34% last quarter as the social network giant gets more money from mobile ads.

  • Long Island's blizzard surfers 

    Montauk is a famous surf spot in the summer. But a few surfers were brave enough to catch some waves in the blizzard of 2015.

  • The future of Dubai's airports 

    John Defterios talks to Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, about what's in store for passenger travel.

  • Icahn: Apple in 'category almost by itself' 

    Investor Carl Icahn thinks Apple stock is undervalued.

  • Rand Paul Snapchat interview  

    In the first Snapchat interview with a U.S. lawmaker, possible 2016 presidential candidate and Republican Senator Rand Paul dishes on Hillary Clinton, drones, 2016 and what he does to unwind.

  • GoDaddy pulls puppy ad after backlash 

    GoDaddy canceled plans to air its Super Bowl commercial featuring a puppy sold online after animal rights supporters objected.

  • People go crazy over Tesla's 'insane mode' 

    The Tesla Model S P85D's insane mode is, well, insane, causing strong reactions from passengers.

  • Forget Yahoo, just buy Alibaba 

    Yahoo is surging on the news it is spinning off its Alibaba stake. But the Chinese e-commerce giant looks great on its own. It is expected to post strong sales and earnings growth.

  • Blizzard of 2015: What was the cost of canceled flights? 

    About 8,500 flights were canceled this week because of winter weather. Christine Romans breaks down the cost to the economy.

  • After elections, will Greece stay in the eurozone? 

    CNN's Maggie Lake talks to new Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis about the economic future of the nation.

  • Who is Yanis Varoufakis? 

    Hala Gorani looks at the 'accidental economist' who has become the new Greek Finance Minister.

  • Sports go neon-tastic 
    Sports go neon-tastic(00:55)Jan 27 2015

    Fluorescent sports uniforms are designed with young fans in mind.

  • How the Sundance Film Festival works 

    Brian Stelter looks at the strict hierarchy behind the popular festival in the quaint mountain town of Park City, UT.

  • Super Bowl ad takes on domestic violence 

    After a season plagued by domestic violence scandals, the Super Bowl will feature an ad bringing attention to the issue.

  • Dow plunges on disappointing earnings reports 

    The Dow fell more than 350 points as companies like Caterpillar and Microsoft reported weak fourth quarter profits.

  • CNN is now on Snapchat! 
    CNN is now on Snapchat!(01:13)Jan 27 2015

    Don't miss out on your daily dose of news, videos and fun facts. Snap and share CNN stories today.

  • What does winter weather mean for your wallet? 

    Blizzards cost retailers and airlines a ton of money, but will your wallet also take a hit from winter storms?

  • Snowmen stand to address inequality 

    Action/2015 spokesman, Brendan Cox tells CNN why his team were making 193 snowmen at Davos.

  • Chinese tourists look to broaden their horizons 

    Hong Kong and Macau used to be the de facto travel destinations of choice for Chinese tourists, but with the advent of social media and sharing, China's new rich are looking farther afield, heading to ever more exotic destinations.

  • Russia's credit rating downgraded to junk 

    The Standard & Poor's rating downgrade will only exacerbate Russia's economic and financial implosion. The country is already hurting from low oil prices and Western sanctions.

  • Why Amazon Studios isn't worried about Netflix 

    Does Amazon Studios' head worry about what Netflix is doing? Brian Stelter talks to Roy Price about the competition.

  • How involved is Jeff Bezos in Amazon Studios? 

    Amazon Studios Head Roy Price tells Brian Stelter how involved Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is in the entertainment business.

  • BofA CEO on Obama's 'middle class economics'  

    Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says President Obama's proposals to spread economic gain widely are a positive move, but the policy implementation will be a tougher course.

  • Christine Lagarde: Europe needs reform 

    Christine Lagarde, IMF managing director, urges European governments to move 'into action mode' now that the ECB has unveiled its stimulus package to lift the region out of economic hardship.

  • Who are the winners and losers in winter weather? 

    Businesses are bracing for a blizzard. Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans breaks down the winners and losers in winter weather.

  • What does a Syriza win mean for Greece? 

    Alison Kosik talks to Pireaus Bank CEO Anthimos Thomopoulos about what a win by anti-austerity Syriza means for the Greek economy.

  • Greeks hope left-wing Syriza party brings change 

    Disenchantment, despair and outrage in Greece. CNN's Isa Soares reports.

  • India has big potential for business 

    India has a population of 1.2 billion people with a median age of 27, and is full of untapped markets, but it's still one of the most difficult countries for startups.

  • Super Bowl ads set another record 

    You'll see some rookie advertisers join old favorites in commercial breaks during the Super Bowl. But is $4.5M worth it for just 30-seconds of airtime?

  • Mike Judge on sex, drugs in Silicon Valley 

    Mike Judge talks HBO sitcom Silicon Valley and what he learned from his extensive research on the tech world in an interview with CNNMoney's Laurie Segall.

  • Mike Judge: Tech culture is funny 

    "Silicon Valley" Director, Mike Judge discusses the absurdities of the Valley and Burning Man, a week-long event in the desert where thousands go to fight The Man and express their most intense creativity.

  • Inside a high-tech swingers party 

    In the Valley, swingers parties have gone high-tech -- there are no more keys, instead there are apps to show you your options before you've walked through the door.

  • I invented the Twitter hashtag 
    I invented the Twitter hashtag(02:15)Jan 25 2015

    Silicon Valley insider Chris Messina tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall about how he got the idea to use the '#' symbol on Twitter.

  • Four partners, one love: It's polyamory 

    Imagine being in a serious relationship with your husband, a boyfriend, a girlfriend and dating around on the side -- that's polyamory. It's not new, but is infiltrating tech culture.

  • Can LSD make you a billionaire? 

    If one part of success in Silicon Valley is dependent on your ability to stay up all night and code, the other part depends on your ability to think outside the box. Some in the Valley are trying to force creativity by taking LSD.

  • Smart Drugs: What Silicon Valley's on 

    Harder, better, faster -- the Silicon Valley way of life. Where your mind is your money, some techies are turning to smart drugs to enhance brain performance.

  • I did LSD with Steve Jobs 
    I did LSD with Steve Jobs(03:05)Jan 25 2015

    When Daniel Kottke was dropping acid in the dorms of Reed College, he was often tripping with one of the most creative minds of the last century: Steve Jobs. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley 
    Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley(00:59)Jan 25 2015

    A CNNMoney exclusive look at how Silicon Valley is optimizing their relationships and brains through polyamory, swinging, smart drugs and psychedelics.

  • I biohack my kids 
    I biohack my kids(01:32)Jan 25 2015

    CEO of Bulletproof Dave Asprey uses sensors and apps to retrain his children's behavior. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Why the ECB can't 'manufacture growth' 

    German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble? says economic growth has to come through fiscal and economic reforms of member states, rather than monetary policy. He also says Germany is 'the driving force' in the eurozone.

  • NHL stars wear GoPros on the ice 

    The NHL recently announced a partnership with wearable camera tech company GoPro that would allow players to broadcast live HD video while competing on the ice.

  • Netflix-funded documentary opens Sundance 

    For the first time ever, a Netflix original documentary -- 'What Happened, Miss Simone?' -- premiered at Sundance's biggest theater opening night.

  • Netflix: We will double our originals in 2015 

    Even with new competitors, such as Amazon, on the horizon, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos says the streaming service is doubling down on original content this year.

  • Anti-austerity party gains steam in Greek election 

    The message of Syriza, the liberal, anti-austerity party led by Alexis Tsipras?, is striking a chord with voters in Greece.

  • McDonald's earnings: Financial pink slime 

    Sales and earnings continue to fall at McDonald's. Can a new menu and ad campaign help or is this company McDoomed?

  • The worst of SkyMall 
    The worst of SkyMall(00:49)Jan 23 2015

    SkyMall, the companion of fliers for 25 years, has declared bankruptcy. Here's CNNMoney's roundup of the strangest products the in-flight catalog has to offer.

  • Davos: Behind the scenes at the glitzy event 

    The world's most rich and powerful businessmen, heads of state, and even celebrities gathered in Davos to discuss business among the snow, glitz and glamor. Nina Dos Santos was right there in amongst it and gives her behind-the-scenes account.

  • Andrey Kostin: 2015 will be difficult for Russia 

    VTB CEO Andrey Kostin talks to CNN's Richard Quest about Russia's economic future.

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