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  • Qatar buys 'trophy asset' stake in Empire State Building 

    The sovereign wealth fund of Qatar made a $622 million investment on Tuesday in the Empire State Realty Trust. That's nearly a 10% stake in the building, plus other New York City real estate assets.

  • Trump's message isn't wooing workers losing jobs to Mexico 

    When Carrier announced it was moving more than 1000 jobs to Mexico earlier this year, presidential candidate Donald Trump attacked the company and defended workers at the plant. But Trump's message failed on two counts: it didn't gain the labor union's support and it ignores the complexities of globalization. Cristina Alesci reports.

  • CEO pay is rising around the world 

    Chief executives in the U.K. got a 10% raise last year, and in the U.S. they make 276 times as much as typical workers.

  • Tokyo picks up Olympic mantle 

    Japan is known internationally for its technological innovations, so Tokyo 2020 organizers are aiming to launch ambitious tech projects that will boost the economy and wow crowds. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

  • Inside Hillary Clinton's 'University problem' 

    Bill Clinton received $17.6 million in payments from Laureate University.

  • Is this English bubbly as good as Champagne? 

    England is not known for its wines. But a small number of vintners are trying to change that reputation with award-winning bubbly.

  • Kobe Bryant rings the NYSE bell 

    Kobe Bryant and Jeff Stibel unveiled their $100 million venture capital fund, Bryant Stibel.

  • Lochte: 'I over-exaggerated' Olympics robbery story 

    US swimmer Ryan Lochte told NBC's Matt Lauer it was his fault that a fabricated story about a robbery caused an international Olympics scandal. CNN's Christine Brennan discusses the athletes comments.

  • Steve Wynn bets billions on Macau 

    Macau's deep recession and the spillover effects of China's corruption crackdown aren't keeping Steve Wynn away. The Las Vegas billionaire opened the $4.1 billion Wynn Palace Casino in Macau, betting that the worst is over for the only place in China where it's legal to gamble in casinos.