Fossil is investing in the smartwatch market and luxury brands like Michael Kors and Kate Spade are releasing their latest watches.
CNN's Brian Stelter breaks down what the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner means for consumers
After a series of tough questions about his investment in the Trump Taj Mahal casino, Donald Trump walked out of a 1990 interview with CNN correspondent Charles Feldman.
Katie McLaughlin filed a lawsuit against Subway to get answers about what and when the sandwich chain knew about Jared Fogle's pedophilia.
The first European country to print paper money (1661), might now be the first to do away with it completely. Stockholm, one of Europe's best known centers for innovation and technology, is on the fast track to becoming wholly cash-free, with banks, buses, homeless street vendors and even churches expecting plastic or virtual payment. At the heart of this progression is an instant money transfer app called Swish, a joint collaboration between the six major banks in Sweden.
Chelsea Handler opens up to CNN's Poppy Harlow in a word association rapid fire about the 2016 election.
Chelsea Handler opens up to CNN's Poppy Harlow about her new Netflix show "Chelsea," the gender pay gap, and women in Hollywood.
Chelsea Handler tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why she's such a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton, and why she'd never allow Donald Trump as a guest on her show.
Xiongmai, the Chinese company whose products were targeted in the global DDOS attack, says the attack "is a huge disaster for the Internet of Things."
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes and AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson sit down with Christine Romans to discuss AT&T's $85 billion deal to acquire Time Warner.
CNN's Will Ripley reports from the Philippines -- where some worry the outspoken president could scare away business.
CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci visits one of the most diverse school districts in the country to examine how political rhetoric is damaging even the most welcoming schools.
The Chicago Cubs celebrated after defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series to advance to the World Series against the Cleveland Indians, at Wrigley Field on October 22, 2016 in Chicago.
AT&T just purchased Time Warner for $85 Billion. Included in the deal? CNN. Brian Stelter, host of CNN's "Reliable Sources" gives AT&T a primer on the perks, and pitfalls, of owning a news outlet.
"While people should stay informed, the antidote" to election year stress is "not be having it 24/7 in front of your face," says Dr. Gail Saltz, a psychiatrist and host of the podcast "The Power of Different."
With trust in media hitting record lows, Brian Stelter convenes a focus group of Nevada voters to ask what can be done to improve confidence in the fourth estate.
Jane Hall and MZ Hemingway discuss the prospect of a "Trump TV" network after the election. Hall wonders what it might mean for Fox News.
Hillary Clinton has been leading Donald Trump all year long. ABC's Matthew Dowd explains why media claims about a "tight race" are hurtful.
Dan Rather says Trump's comments are "ridiculous, untrue, and dangerous." MZ Hemingway and Jane Hall debate the significance of it.
Talk of a Democratic sweep in November is premature, Dan Rather says. He says he's reminded of the old saying, "Don't taunt the alligator until after you cross the creek."
RNC chief strategist Sean Spicer says the news media is giving a "very biased, one-sided activist journalist view of this race."
The deal will be subject to review by government regulators that could take more than a year. AT&T and Time Warner have agreed to a mega $85 billion deal in the latest big-business bid to influence the future of media. Time Warner is the parent company of CNN, TNT, HBO, the Warner Bros. studio, and a number of other TV channels and websites.
At a rally in Pennsylvania, Donald Trump said if elected his administration would not approve AT&T buying Time Warner "because it's too much concentration of power in the hands of too few."
The boards of AT&T and Time Warner are meeting on Saturday afternoon to vote on an $80 billion deal that would bring the two companies together, according to sources familiar with the matter. CNNs Brian Stelter explains.
Lloyd Blankfein defends against criticism that the bank outsmarted the financial system: "We were not in speculation mode; we were in risk management mode." Watch more on CNN's GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Sunday at 10a/1pET.
Goldman Sachs CEO tells Fareed that "in general, [financial] regulation is good" but that "more isn't necessarily better." Watch more on CNN's GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Sunday at 10a/1pET.
Some fear Clinton is too close to the financial industry to regulate it, but Blankfein says the financial system is already "tightly regulated" & "anxious." Watch more on CNN's GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Sunday at 10a/1pET.
Lloyd Blankfein responds to criticism that big banks are not held accountable for mistakes: "Sometimes people are just wrong ... Stupidity is not a crime." Watch more on CNN's GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Sunday at 10a/1pET.
Are the Clintons too friendly with Goldman Sachs? Lloyd Blankfein explains why he feels it's necessary for his bank to engage with political leaders. Watch more on CNN's GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Sunday at 10a/1pET.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein tells Fareed that the general economic anxiety does not reflect the U.S. economic stability. Watch more on CNN's GPS with Fareed Zakaria, Sunday at 10a/1pET.
A massive DDoS attack took down large swaths of the Internet on Friday. The malware may have been distributed through ordinary devices in users homes. Samuel Burke reports.
Greg Gopman, a tech entrepreneur who once penned a harsh critique of San Francisco's homeless population, says he lost his job as a VR contractor at Twitter after his 2013 comments resurfaced in the media.
A DDoS attack, which overwhelms servers by flooding them with traffic, disrupted popular sites like Twitter, Netflix and Reddit. CNN's Samuel Burke reports.
CNN's Brian Stelter and Paul R. La Monica join Richard Quest to discuss rumors of an AT&T takeover bid for Time Warner. Time Warner is the parent company of CNN.
Jennifer Chong designed an affordable, logo-free men's leather bag. Fourteen months later, her startup has brought in $1 million.
American start up, Vintage Electric, is determined to create hand-made electric bikes in the land where the car is king. The company wants to take a stand against planned obsolescence, designing timeless products that are built to last for generations.
As Russia's international isolation deepens over the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, and the oil price cuts deeper into its economy - the question is, how long can it afford to go on like this. CNN's Clare Sebastian takes a closer look at Russia's finances.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield visits the Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture for an exclusive look at the exhibits.
A number of popular websites like Amazon and Netflix were down for some users on Friday morning in what appears to be a massive DDoS attack. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke reports.
CNNMoney catches up with Max Landis, the creator of 'Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency' at Comic Con, as well as the show's star, Samuel Barnett. They discuss what to expect and the challenges of adapting the work of Douglas Adams.
On October 23rd, 2001, Steve Jobs unveiled the first generation iPod. 15 years later, CNNMoney looks at how far the device has come.
Google has opened a temporary "store" in New York City to show off its latest products. The only problem? You can't actually buy anything there.
Iain Wright, Chair of the UK Parliament Business Committee, joins CNN's Richard Quest to discuss the retail billionaire's responsibility for the collapse of BHS and the resulting job and pension losses.
The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol pointed out months of positive coverage the "Morning Joe" co-hosts gave to Trump from late 2015 through early 2016.
Ethan Hawke discusses working with John Travolta on 'In a Valley of Violence,' and why he now has enough cracks in his face to play a cowboy.
CNNMoney traveld to Ohio and Pennsylvania to talk to voters about the election. These people say they are so troubled by Donald Trump that they just can't vote for him.
'The Walking Dead' executive producers Robert Kirkman and David Alpert discuss why their show is one of the most popular on television.
In a state visit aimed at cozying up to Beijing as he pushes away from Washington, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced his military and economic "separation" from the United States.
Insurance company MetLife is dumping its mascots of over 30 years - The Peanuts - as it attempts to shift its business focus.
Ken Bone achieved accidental internet stardom after the second presidential debate -- and he's using his 15 minutes of fame to get out the vote in an Izod commercial.