If you haven't been using your smartphone to bank already, Citi's Jane Fraser points out how the new technology will change consumer banking: by making it 'less boring.'
Calling all fashion entrepreneurs! New York City fashion designer Cynthia Rowley tells Christine Romans why right now is the best time to be a designer. She also explains why as a working woman she doesn't lean in, she bungee jumps in.
Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says Google can be the perfect personal assistant that makes you smarter. The cost? Just a little bit of privacy.
Samsung, the world's largest smartphone maker and once the darling of the market, has lowered expectations due to stiff competition from Apple and cheap Chinese manufacturers.
Thrillist founder Ben Lerer explains how he turned his media company into one that also sells products directly to its readers.
Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Adviser of Allianz, says 'the markets have decoupled from the underlying fundamentals' and discusses the differing policies of the Fed and the ECB.
In April of 2014, Warren Buffett talked about the practice of companies moving abroad to circumvent U.S. taxes. He said 'It's just gotten way out of hand' and 'that part of the tax code is really gonna have to get looked at hard.'
Richard Branson says 'the Russian economy is going to go into steep decline, it will go back to the days of pre-Cold War, unless this problem is resolved quickly.'
Are markets gearing up for a major correction? Investor Jim Rogers advises on whether this is a good time to sell stocks...or buy them.
Pimco CEO Bill Gross believes stocks are 'tapering off' and that savings rates will be 'low going forward.'
Mohamed El-Erian explains why we've had such a run up in the stock market in recent years and what needs to happen for it to keep going.
Barclays has launched a Women in Leadership index that allows investors to track the performance of companies led by women.
The economy is improving along with corporate profits. Here's a look at why stocks are on a tear.
Latin Grammy winning artist Pitbull says that not being afraid to lose, 'listening,' and always investing in yourself are a winning combination.
Traders from at least ten different banks may have been caught tweaking the market and setting rates for their own benefit.
President Obama is providing about 5 million student debt holders with some relief. Here are three ways to avoid getting into too much debt to begin with.
Stocks jump in the winning nation of the World Cup according to a Goldman Sachs study. But don't expect the boost to last, or for it to fundamentally change the economy.
Insider trading is when a person makes a stock trade after learning material, non-public information about the company.
Larry Summers says he believes wealth inequality has increased. However the 'mechanisms generating inequality' are utilization of technology and globalization, not rate of return on investment.
A lot of mixed signals are coming out of the housing industry. We've seen a bounce in home prices and easy money being made in cities like Phoenix, Miami and Las Vegas.
Piper Jaffray senior research analyst Gene Munster seems to be confused by Apple reportedly spending billions on Beats. He says there must be more to the deal in terms of talent acquisition.
Dan Loeb, David Einhorn, Bill Ackman and Eddie Lampert are a breed of billionaires coined 'activist investors' who use their clout to influence change in companies.
Chief Economic Adviser at Allianz Mohamed El-Erian says without a political solution in Ukraine, sanctions could lead to increased energy prices and a global recession.
GM's $1.3 billion recall charge nearly wiped out all of its quarterly profits. But the price tag for the faulty ignition switch problems could soar further as the company deals with likely lawsuits.
Economist Thomas Piketty talks rising income inequality, extreme executive pay, and the future of unions while discussing his bestseller 'Capital in the Twenty-First Century.'
French Economist Thomas Piketty has a new book exploring the history of income inequality around the world. He thinks the U.S. tax code can be more progressive.
Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen discusses the reasons why the banking industry in the U.S. is healthy and the challenges Europe still needs to overcome.
Prices for common foods like coffee, dairy and beef have increased greatly over last year, with some analysts pointing the finger at California's severe drought.
Shareholders have enjoyed soaring dividend pay-out increases since the recession and it doesn't look like its stopping anytime soon. This first quarter alone was the biggest increase ever.
Years after the financial crisis, regulators announced that the big banks will have to hold more capital to protect against losses. Will it make the financial system safer?
CNNMoney's Fear and Greed index shows fear to be the driving factor in market sentiment, thanks to worries about the Fed, slowing earnings growth and concerns that stocks got too hot in 2013.
Scott Shellady, Senior Vice President at the Trean Group, doesn't see enough strength in the economy to support earnings and stocks right now.
It's a crucial test for General Motors CEO Mary Barra, as she heads to Washington to answer questions about the recall of 2.6 million vehicles. She's tried to turn this public relations nightmare around, but will it be enough? Barra's and GM's reputations are both on the line.
14 IPOs are scheduled for this week, a sign of optimism on the Street. But make sure you look at the 'risk factors' before jumping on the craze. King Digital, maker of Candy Crush, had 24!
King Digital, the creator of the insanely popular Candy Crush Saga game, is going public. CNN's Samuel Burke speaks with subway riders on how addictive the game is.
Fed chief Janet Yellen says the labor market continues to show signs of improvement, but because of low inflation and broader weakness the Federal Reserve has kept monetary policy 'highly accommodative.'
GM's new CEO Mary Barra faces her first crucial test, as investigations into GM's ignition switch recall rev into high gear.
Investment strategists say the fundamentals of the stock market are still strong and gains are possible with the right buying strategy.
This bull market has shown us that you shouldn't freak out when things are bad. There have been big winners like Apple and Priceline. But if you don't want to pick stocks, index funds have been a good bet too.
The stock market goes up as jobs are being cut. That's because it's a bottom line recovery. Christine Romans explains.
Mark Mobius says his fund is buying stocks in emerging markets from Mexico to China, and even says Ukraine 'is in a sweet spot' if the politically spurred violence can subside.
Investors are shrugging off lackluster economic numbers. Stocks are once again pushing toward record highs. So what happened to that market correction everyone was talking about?
VP of Stores Lynn Albright explains Gap's decision to increase the minimum wage to $10 by next year, which would affect 65,000 U.S. employees.
The S&P 500 is down 5% so far this year, but big retailers in the index -- like Target, Best Buy, Staples -- are down sharply and have shown 'correction-like' losses.
Here are the 4 most important numbers that tell the story of the market pullback in recent weeks.
CNN's Christine Romans explains why investors shouldn't be surprised by the recent slide in the stock market.
Backers of the virtual currency say its "vice phase" has passed and insist Bitcoin is poised to capture the virtual currency market.
The Secretary General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Ángel Gurría says 'structural' reforms in education, innovation and competition are the keys to a global economic rebound now.
Former Treasury Secretary and economic advisor to the White House Larry Summers discusses the U.S. economic recovery, fiscal stimulus vs. austerity, taxes, and the Federal Reserve in Davos.
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz discusses the problem of income inequality and what can be done to fix it while at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.