For the first time ever, a Netflix original documentary -- 'What Happened, Miss Simone?' -- premiered at Sundance's biggest theater opening night.
Even with new competitors, such as Amazon, on the horizon, Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos says the streaming service is doubling down on original content this year.
SkyMall, the companion of fliers for 25 years, has declared bankruptcy. Here's CNNMoney's roundup of the strangest products the in-flight catalog has to offer.
CEO of Ford Mark Fields talks to Poppy Harlow about why the company is branching out from its southern Michigan roots and heading to Silicon Valley. Is Palo Alto the new Detroit?
CNNMoney took a trip to Italian gunmaker Beretta USA's headquarters to test out its updated M9 handgun -- which it hopes will be the U.S. Army's next standard issue sidearm.
American Express, eBay, Baker Hughes and U.S. Steel are laying off workers. But the silver lining is job growth has been strongest since 1999.
CNNMoney visits the Bakken oil play in North Dakota to see how low oil prices are affecting the industry and the towns.
It's the super-important internet principle that has such a dull name, most people don't realize how critical it is to their daily lives. Brian Stelter explains everything you need to know about net neutrality.
From free community college to paid sick days, Christine Romans breaks down the president's proposals for the middle class, who will pay for it, and why it won't make it through Congress.