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Former Zurich Insurance Group CEO has committed suicide

Martin Senn, the former CEO of Zurich Insurance Group, has taken his own life just months after leaving the company.

Tech billionaire funding lawsuits against Gawker

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel secretly financed Hulk Hogan's invasion of privacy lawsuit against Gawker Media.

Will 'X-Men: Apocalypse' suffer from superhero fatigue?

This year's packed superhero movie lineup is getting another addition with the premiere of "X-Men: Apocalypse." But can the latest in the popular franchise keep up with the rest of the genre?

Steven Spielberg gives Harvard commencement speech

In a speech to Harvard University graduates, iconic film director Steven Spielberg discusses wrongs in the world and says 'the only answer to more hate is more humanity.'

TSA chief: This is a record travel volume year

TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger says the agency has put additional resources into the country's top 20 airports to prepare for Memorial Day weekend travel.

How is 365 different from Whole Foods?

Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods, says the 365 stores are a step toward making healthy living "affordable and more accessible."

I'm black and I'm a Republican

Once heralded as members of "The Party of Lincoln," black Republicans today are labeled everything from "confused" to "sellouts" to "Uncle Tom." How do you un-stereotype black Republicans? CNNMoney's Tanzina Vega investigates.

Starbucks CEO: The political situation is a cloud over the American consumer

Speaking with CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci, outspoken Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz addresses the anger and distrust in America, and places the blame squarely on the presidential candidates themselves.

Starbucks CEO: Minimum wage headed in the right direction

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz cautions against raising wages too quickly, but opposes the negative way society can view the poor.

Billionaire Pritzker brothers at odds over presidential candidates

Pritzker Group Managing Partners J.B. And Tony Pritzker talk to CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about which presidential candidate is better for business, a topic they don't agree on.