Reliable Sources: 'Pre-mourning' Aretha Franklin; NYMag on the block?
The digital age allows us to witness "pre-mourning" on a worldwide scale. And that's what we're witnessing right now around the news that Aretha Franklin's health is failing.
Twitter suspends conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for one week
Twitter suspended Alex Jones after posting a video in which he calls on people to "act on the enemy before they do a false flag."
Sears CEO Lampert offers $400 million for Kenmore
The CEO and majority shareholder of Sears has put a price tag on how much he's willing to pay his company to buy its Kenmore appliance brand: $400 million.
MoviePass, AMC, and the future of movie going
No one knows how long MoviePass will survive. What we do know: movie subscription services like AMC Stubs A-List are on the rise. CNN's Frank Pallotta talks to the companies' CEOs to find out why.
Behind Robert de Niro's Nobu empire
Film fans are familiar with Robert De Niro's Oscar-winning roles -- but fewer people know that he is also an astute businessman.
Stelter: Trump and his media boosters live in a hall of mirrors
Trump's media cheerleaders repeat what he says, and he relays the message back to them, and the mirror effect continues.
Kroger's next battleground: China
Kroger is making another big push into online groceries, this time by opening a digital business in China.
Inside SpaceX's first passenger spacecraft
SpaceX will be the first private company to launch people into space. Crew Dragon will be heading to the International Space Station after being launched from Florida.
Google parent company invests $375 million in Oscar Health
Alphabet, Google's parent company, is investing $375 million into Oscar Health, a small health insurer focused on bringing more technology to health care.
Royal Bank of Scotland will pay record fine for crisis-era misconduct
The bank disputes the allegations.
Tesla: Should you buy, sell or short?
An expert weighs in on "Markets Now."
Analysis: Facebook doesn't have an obligation to support journalism
There's a scuffle over what Facebook exec Campbell Brown may or may not have said about Mark Zuckerberg and journalism.
Southwest: Only cats and dogs allowed as emotional support animals
No more peacocks, ferrets or snakes.
This sports ETF wants to score for your portfolio
The business of sports is more than just sneakers and beer. A fund focusing on companies that have relationships with baseball, football, basketball and hockey owns a hair salon stock, a trucking firm -- and Amazon.
Uber hires chief security officer to help earn back user trust
Hiring a former NSA official helps the company reach its goal of making safety a major priority.
American oil refineries are working harder than ever before
Oil refineries in the United States are running full tilt to meet insatiable demand for gasoline and diesel at home and overseas.
Is the résumé dead?
Companies and recruiters are putting less emphasis on résumés when searching for job candidates.
Tinder co-founders and early employees sue dating app's owners for billions
In an exclusive interview, Tinder co-founder Sean Rad tells CNN's Laurie Segall why he and nine others are suing parent company Match Group and its owner IAC for allegedly manipulating Tinder's valuation and denying some employees billions of dollars.
Tinder co-founders and 8 others sue dating app's owners, claiming they're owed $2 billion
A lawsuit alleges that the popular dating app's current owners manipulated the valuation of the company.
Consumers spent big at Home Depot
The home improvement store's bounce back could be a good sign for other big retailers.
Should you secretly tape conversations with your boss?
Recording in the office can make sense, but recording someone without their consent isn't alwyas legal. And just because you can record a conversation, doesn't mean you should.
Facebook to broadcast La Liga games for free in India
Facebook has struck a landmark deal with Spain's top soccer league to broadcast its matches in India.
The threat Turkey's crisis poses to the world
A dangerous combination of economic and political forces has set off a meltdown in Turkey and other emerging markets.
Tesla: Not clear yet whether Elon Musk's plan to go private makes sense
Telsa board issues a statement saying it has yet to get a formal proposal from Elon Musk about going private and says too soon to endorse idea.
The first professional fantasy football league boasts a tech twist
A serial entrepreneur wants to create the world's first professional fantasy football league, and he thinks the blockchain -- yes, the blockchain -- is the best way to keep everyone honest as they compete for real money.
Coca Cola is fighting Gatorade by investing in BodyArmor
Coca-Cola is buying a stake in Body Armor, doubling its efforts to compete with Pepsi's Gatorade.
How America's foreclosure capital came back from the dead
Fort Myers, Florida, was ground zero for the mortgage crisis during the recession. Since then, it's recovered and construction is booming again -- to the point where people are worried that another housing meltdown might be around the corner.
China's 'Tesla-fighter' plans to go public in New York
As Elon Musk seeks to take Tesla private, its Chinese rival Nio is getting ready to go public in the United States.
South Korea is banning thousands of BMWs after engine fires
The South Korean government says thousands of BMWs will be banned from the country's roads after some vehicles caught fire.
Icahn backs off; Tencent's troubles; More from Musk
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
Carl Icahn abandons effort to kill Cigna's Express Scripts deal
Carl Icahn has given up on his attempt to sabotage Cigna's takeover of Express Scripts after shareholder advisory firms came out in favor of the deal.