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  • Review: 'Westworld' keeps your interest 

    "Westworld" depicts an amusement park for adults, populated by realistic robots. The HBO series stars Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright, and Evan Rachel Wood.

  • Mark Cuban: My players can join anthem protest 

    Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban tells CNNMoney's Christine Romans why he met with his players and gave his blessing for possible protests during the national anthem.

  • Wells Fargo CEO pummeled by House committee 

    CEO, John Stumpf, sought to defend his bank and his role in the creation of up to 2 million fake accounts. He appeared before a very hostile audience of members of the House Financial Services Committee.

  • Deutsche Bank is a $2 trillion problem 

    Deutsche Bank is half the size of Germany's economy, but its foundations are shaking due to huge fines, disappearing profits and a share price collapse.

  • Mercedes creates a new line of electric vehicles 

    German automaker Mercedes-Benz unveiled the "Generation EQ" concept car at the Paris Auto Show. The electric SUV is the first model in its new Mercedes-EQ brand.

  • Teen wins sexual assault case against Chipotle 

    Former Chipotle worker, who was 16 years old when she was sexually assaulted by supervisors, was awarded $7.65 million by a jury in Houston, Texas. CNN affiliate KPRC reports.

  • Who is John Stumpf? 

    John Stumpf became CEO of Wells Fargo in 2007. He steered the bank through the fallout of the great recession, but now finds himself at the center of a scandal surrounding fake accounts.

  • Congress overrides Obama's veto of 9/11 bill 

    The House and Senate voted to overturn President Obama's veto of a bill that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia. CNN's Manu Raju reports.

  • 5 stunning stats about Airbnb 

    Despite controversies and serious legal hurdles, Airbnb has turned the hotel industry on its head.