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Dog reunited with owners after Japan detour

A dog named Irgo has been reunited with his family, after accidentally being flown to Japan by United Airlines.

Here's why video game movies don't work

Often when popular video games like "Assassin's Creed" and "Prince of Persia" are turned into movies, audiences are disappointed. CNNMoney's Frank Pallotta explains why.

Rihanna slams Snapchat for mocking her assault

Rihanna responds to Snapchat's apology for an advertisement that appeared to mock her domestic violence incident with her former boyfriend, Chris Brown.

Aaron Sorkin's well-played 'Game'

Wordsmith Aaron Sorkin also played the hand of director to make a story about a tough-as-nails woman bloom on screen.

Trump is wrong about a trade deficit with Canada

The US ran a $2.7 billion trade surplus with Canada last year, according to the Commerce Department. CNNMoney's Christine Romans breaks down the numbers.

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes charged with massive fraud

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, who promised to revolutionize blood testing, has been charged by the SEC with fraud involving more than $700 million.

Remembering one of the darkest days in financial history

The collapse of Bear Stearns was one of the first dominoes to fall in the Great Recession. CNN's Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans looks back on what it was like to cover one of the darkest moments in recent financial history.

Warren: Banking bill risks another bailout

The Senate is advancing a new banking bill which Sen. Elizabeth Warren says, "puts us at great risk" for another taxpayer bailout.

'The Crown's' queen was paid less than her prince

Producers of the Netflix series "The Crown" say Claire Foy, the actress who plays Queen Elizabeth, was paid less than co-star Matt Smith, who plays Prince Philip.

Goldman Sachs' next CEO is a part-time DJ

Goldman Sachs' presumed next leader isn't your typical investment banker. David Solomon is a part-time electronic dance DJ who performs at New York and Miami clubs under the nickname DJ D-Sol.