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  • See two million knots turn into a carpet 

    More than a third of the world's handmade carpets come from India. CNNMoney gives you an inside look at how artisans weave the rugs one knot at a time.

  • The truth about the 'failing' New York Times 

    President Trump's favorite adjective for the New York Times? "Failing."But Trump's attacks don't mesh with the actual financial health of the venerable newspaper.

  • Morgan Stanley Exec: Being smart isn't enough 

    Carla Harris, Vice Chairman at Morgan Stanley, was the first African American to join the bank's management committee and has become a powerful voice for women in finance.

  • Nigeria's female oil tycoon 

    Amy Jadesimi is the managing director of LADOL, an oil and gas servicing company, based in Africa's most populous nation -- Nigeria.

  • Will Trump's border wall become a fence? 

    President Trump wants a wall along the border with Mexico. Career officials at the agencies most involved in the process, however, are set to recommend a fence?one that will cover only about half the length, CNN has learned. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

  • North Carolina lawmakers reach deal to repeal 'bathroom bill' 

    North Carolina lawmakers will vote on a bill to repeal the state's controversial transgender bathroom bill -- but LGBT activists say the deal does not go far enough. CNN's Dave Briggs reports.

  • The Brexit effect on markets 

    Financial markets are the ultimate Brexit barometer, CNNMoney's Anna Stewart tracks the market highs and lows since the vote.

  • Brexit: What happens after Article 50 

    The triggering of Article 50 will mark the start of official Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU. CNN's Max Foster looks at what happens next.

  • Chinese firm lost contact with top exec  

    A major Chinese dairy firm, whose shares nosedived as much as 91% last week, revealed it has lost contact with a top finance executive. CNN's Sherisse Pham reports.