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Jon Stewart's best moments

As Jon Stewart prepares for his final 'Daily Show,' CNNMoney's Brian Stelter takes a look at some of his favorite moments from Stewart's 15-year run as host.

Why Robin Williams' son hangs out behind bars

Zak Williams, son of Robin Williams, is co-teaching a financial literacy class at San Quentin State Prison with an inmate who goes by 'Wall Street.' Laurie Segall reports.

Why women feel cold at work

A new study finds most office temperatures are set using the metabolic rates of a 40-year-old man who weighs 155 pounds.

Several airlines ban animal trophies as cargo

CNN's Michaela Pereira talks to Dave Salmoni, Animal Planet's Large Predator Expert, about the global backlash to trophy hunting.

Jessica Alba: Honest is a brand you can trust

The Honest Company co-founders Jessica Alba and Brian Lee talk to CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci about the "highest quality ingredients" in Honest products as customers take to social media claiming they suffered burns after using the company's sunscreen.

Facebook founder: We've had three miscarriages

In a deeply personal post, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reveals he and his wife are expecting a baby girl.

'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' opens to $56 million

The latest installment of the 'Mission: Impossible' franchise had a $56 million opening weekend, making it Tom Cruise's third best domestic opening weekend ever.

Facebook's internet drone is years away from use

Facebook plans to use its new drone to provide internet access to rural and hard-to-reach areas, but the technology is years away from being used in the field.

Hackers are learning to spy on you on YouTube

Would-be hackers have taken to YouTube to find tutorials teaching them to remotely break into your computer's webcam. Laurie Segall reports.

Public outcry over Cecil's death hurts dentist's business

After Dr. Walter Palmer admitted to killing Zimbabwe's protected lion Cecil, his business was effectively shut down by public outrage.