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  • Amazon buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion 

    Online retail giant Amazon is buying organic grocery chain Whole Foods for $13.7 billion in cash.

  • Church Of England beats professional investors 

    It's not a matter of faith. The Church of England has the numbers to prove that THEY have better money managers than Wall Street.The Church's endowment generated returns of 17% last year. That's better than similar funds -- and the major U.S. Indices.

  • Wells Fargo CEO: We must get back America's trust 

    In the aftermath of the fake accounts scandal, Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan tells CNN's Poppy Harlow exactly what went wrong and how the bank is working to earn America's trust back.

  • How will Erdogan's victory impact the economy? 

    The tight outcome of the referendum vote will likely keep pressure on the Turkish lira and the economy. CNNMoney's John Defterios examines the impact on a country that has been economically hit due to political uncertainty and terror attacks.

  • Bill Gross settles with Pimco 

    Legendary investor Bill Gross has reached an $81 million truce with Pimco, ending a war with the firm he built into the world's biggest bond manager.

  • Starbucks CEO: Our stock is 'undervalued' 

    Howard Schultz tells CNN's Poppy Harlow what's ahead for Starbucks as he prepares to step down as CEO and hand over the title to the current COO Kevin Johnson. Schultz says "I think the stock is undervalued...but as someone so close to the company and obviously so personally involved, I've never been more proud and more optimistic about our future."

  • Canada Goose IPO is hot despite PETA protest 

    Shares of Canada Goose, the maker of expensive jackets loved by celebrities, surged in the first day of trading. Investors may be happy so far, but animal rights activists are not.

  • Robert Rubin: Much of Dodd-Frank was 'necessary' 

    With the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress calling for a rollback of Dodd-Frank financial regulations, we thought it would be good to get the perspective of a former banker and U.S. Treasury Secretary, Robert Rubin. He also addresses concerns over the revolving door between Wall Street and Washington.

  • Dow record streak continues 

    The Dow closed at an all-time high yet again - its 12th consecutive record day. That's only happened two other times in the 120-year history of the Dow.