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  • Author: High tech valuations are an 'illusionist trick' 

    "The Four" author Scott Galloway says the metrics used to value tech companies have become "fuzzy."

  • Here's how the Dow topped 23,000 

    Another milestone for Wall Street's most famous stock market barometer. The Dow passed 23,000, continuing a market surge that's been led by Boeing, Caterpillar, Visa, Apple and McDonald's.

  • Microsoft CEO: I'm a product of the American dream 

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is a product of the American dream. He says it's in America's interests to keep that dream alive, for future immigrants.He believes every CEO now has to take a stand on social issues -- just like his company has done throughout the year. (1/2)

  • Equifax CEO is out after data breach 

    Credit reporting bureau Equifax announced Richard Smith's retirement three weeks after it disclosed a hack that compromised the personal information of as many as 143 million Americans.

  • Dow hits 22,000 milestone 

    A surge in Apple stock carried the Dow past the milestone right after the opening bell. CNNMoney's Alison Kosik reports.

  • Trump cheerleading stock market as Dow nears 22,000 

    President Donald Trump tweets about the stock market sitting at or near record highs as the Dow Jones Industrial Average approaches 22,000 for the first time.

  • Branson sells Virgin Atlantic stake 

    Richard Branson now only owns 20% of the airline he created. Air France/KLM nabs 31%. Delta, China Eastern each take10% in Air France/KLM and the CEO tells Richard Quest the reason why.

  • Huge sell-off, Dow still closes at record 

    Traders say it was the biggest sell-off the Dow has seen since the inauguration. By the time trading was over, the Dow still managed to post another record close. NYSE trader Peter Tuchman explains what happened.

  • Earnings fuel Wall Street's record run 

    New records for the Dow, Nasdaq and S&P 500 as all three close at an all-time high. Move over 'Trump Trade', investors are now focusing on earnings.