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  • Icahn: I'm against the stupidity of some regulations 

    Billionaire investor Carl Icahn tells CNN's Poppy Harlow he is not anti-regulation. "I'm anti the stupidity of some of these regulations and it has just run amok." Icahn is a major supporter of President-elect Trump and has advised who to pick to head regulatory agencies, including the EPA.

  • The benefits of airline partnerships 

    CNNMoney's Richard Quest speaks with the CEOs of Etihad Aviation Group, Air Seychelles and Alitalia at CNN's Middle East Business Forum in Abu Dhabi.

  • Coca-Cola CEO stepping down 

    Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent is stepping down as CEO and James Quincey, the company's president and chief operating officer, will become CEO in May.

  • Protesters stand strong despite blizzard 

    Even though the Army Corps of Engineers halted the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, protesters stayed out of fear that the decision won't stand.

  • Trump's Labor pick approves this ad 

    President-elect Donald Trump has selected Andrew Puzder, the CEO of fast-food restaurants Carl's Jr. and Hardee's to head the Labor Department. The restaurants are known for featuring scantily clad women eating burgers in their commercials.

  • Union boss on Trump feud: I called him out 

    Chuck Jones, president of United Steelworkers Local 1999, has been critical of Trump's claim to have saved 1,100 jobs at Carrier's Indianapolis plant.

  • Starbucks CEO: 'America needs a successful president' 

    Howard Schultz tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that Americans have a "moral obligation" to President-elect Donald Trump's success, and Schultz doesn't rule out a run for president in 2020.

  • Starbucks' next CEO: We'll never have robots 

    Will your Starbucks barista ever be a robot? Incoming CEO Kevin Johnson tells CNN's Poppy Harlow he can't imagine a Starbucks without a barista and that they are in the "business of human connection."

  • Howard Schultz: Incoming CEO is 'better suited to run Starbucks' 

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why he's 'ready to hand over the reins' to incoming CEO Kevin Johnson.