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  • CEO: Why we're giving employees 4 months family leave 

    Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert is the first woman to become CEO of a major professional services firm. She instituted a 16-week family leave program and says "sometimes we do need to be a little self-assertive, raise our hand and say what we want."

  • I'm black and I'm a member of the 1% 

    In the U.S. today, the average African-American household owns just 6 cents for every $1 of wealth held by the typical white household, and blacks make up just 1.7% of the top 1% of wealthy Americans. But there are black members of the 1% who are working to change that. Tanzina Vega investigates the historical and contemporary racial barriers to wealth creation in the U.S.

  • Warren Buffett hits back at Donald Trump over taxes 

    During the second presidential debate, Donald Trump said Warren Buffett took a "massive deduction" on his tax return. CNNMoney's Paul La Monica reports on Buffett's response.

  • Mall of America closing on Thanksgiving Day 

    Minnesota's Mall of America is giving its workers the day off to enjoy Thanksgiving before one of the biggest shopping days of the year. CNN affiliate WCCO reports.

  • Glenn Beck in 100 Seconds 

    Glenn Beck is a conservative firebrand and media mogul who's been known to stir controversy.

  • Toyota RAV4: The most efficient SUV and the most boring 

    Owning the most efficient gas-electric SUV is pretty exciting. You'd think. But driving the RAV4 hybrid is like driving a jello mold.

  • 2016 Honda Ridgeline finally stops apologizing for being a truck 

    When you think of pick-up trucks, you probably don't think of Honda. And the new Ridgeline drives better than any other pick-up CNNMoney has tested. But will the price be too high for most Americans?

  • The cost of old age 

    W. Kamau Bell breaks down the economics of social security.

  • White House expands overtime eligibility 

    Salaried workers who make up to $47,476 will automatically qualify for overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours a week. CNNMoney's Christine Romans explains the new rule, which will go into effect on Dec. 1, 2016.