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  • Comcast and Fox battle for Sky 

    European broadcaster Sky's fate is likely to be decided in a one-day auction between Comcast and 21st Century Fox. CNN's Brian Stelter reports.

  • John Carreyrou: Theranos scandal is a cautionary tale 

    John Carreyrou broke the Theranos story in the Wall Street Journal and wrote "Bad Blood," a book about the scandal. He talks with CNN's Julia Chatterley about the rise and fall of the biotech startup.

  • Sekulow: NBC edited Trump interview on Comey 

    President Donald Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow claims without presenting proof that NBC edited the President's May 2017 interview in which he spoke about his decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey.

  • Sony releases a PlayStation retro console 

    Sony plans to release the PlayStation Classic, a revamped model of the iconic gaming console, on December 3.

  • Watch: We test the new GoPro Hero7 Black 

    GoPro has had some major struggles in recent years. It's hoping a new camera, the Hero7 Black, can help it recover.

  • How roasted almonds become marzipan 

    In Lubeck, Germany, marzipan's a big deal. CNN went to find out how Niederegger makes its marzipan from start to finish.

  • El-Erian: Investors recognize trade fears are short-term 

    Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed El-Erian explains why markets can keep climbing despite escalating trade tensions, and what could reverse that climb.

  • Why this cannabis stock is skyrocketing 

    Tilray shares are up 500% in the past month. CNN's Julia Chatterley explains why pot stocks are hot right now.

  • See a satellite net collect space junk 

    A satellite successfully tested its new space-cleaning technology as part of a plan to clean up the thousands of pieces of rubbish floating around Earth's orbit.

  • Paytm CEO: India's growth makes it a lucrative market 

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is investing in India's top mobile payments firm. Paytm CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma discusses the potential of India's internet economy.

  • First impressions of Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max 

    CNN's Samantha Kelly tests out some new features of the iPhone XS and XS Max.

  • Watch Julie Chen's last day on 'The Talk' 

    Julie Chen announces she will leave "The Talk" shortly after her husband, Les Moonves, resigned from CBS.

  • Justice Department investigating Elon Musk's Tesla tweet 

    The Justice Department is investigating whether comments made by Tesla CEO Elon Musk about taking his company private were illegal.

  • Meet the first civilian who will orbit the moon 

    Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be the first passenger in a SpaceX trip around the moon.

  • Audi is taking on Tesla with a new all-electric SUV 

    The Audi E-Tron SUV is the automaker's foray into the popular electric SUV market. But can it compete?

  • SpaceX to take billionaire on trip around the moon  

    SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed that Yusaku Maezawa, a Japanese billionaire and founder of Zozotown -- Japan's largest online clothing retailer -- will be the first private customer to ride around the moon on the company's Big Falcon Rocket.

  • Billionaires love buying newspapers 

    From Buffett to Bezos, these billionaires are snapping up newspapers despite the fact the industry is struggling.

  • Lucid Motors CTO: We offer a luxury electric vehicle 

    Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund has invested more than $1 billion in Lucid Motors. CTO Peter Rawlinson explains how the Lucid Air stands out from other electric vehicles.

  • Legendary investor Jim Rogers: 'All-time lows excite me' 

    Jim Rogers talks to CNN's Julia Chatterley about his investing style and shares his tips for how to get rich.

  • Time magazine sold to tech billionaire Marc Benioff 

    Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff are buying Time magazine for $190 million from Meredith Corp.

  • Trump's trick: He keeps repeating false info 

    "It's pretty astonishing," Washington Post fact-checker columnist Glenn Kessler says, now that Trump has uttered 5,000 false or misleading statements since inauguration day. "Even after it's been repeatedly fact checked as false, he continues to say these things," Kessler says. Brian Stelter asks if Kessler needs to add a fifth Pinocchio to his famous scale.

  • What's next for CBS and "60 Minutes?" 

    Janice Min discusses the exits of CBS CEO Les Moonves and "60 Minutes" boss Jeff Fager. She says the atmosphere at "60" was a "boys' club," and CBS News now has an opportunity to break with the past and make a meaningful change.

  • NYT called on carpet for curtains correction 

    Oliver Darcy and Amanda Carpenter join Brian Stelter to discuss the media lows and highs of the week, from The New York Times' highly misleading story about Nikki Haley and curtains, to the record-breaking sales for Bob Woodward's book.

  • Michael Avenatti: Fox host lost respect 

    Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti blasts Fox News' Tucker Carlson as "unprofessional" after his appearance on Carlson's show.

  • GOP voters dismissing 'blue wave' as 'fake news' 

    Brendan Nyhan and Amanda Carpenter react to reports that some GOP voters are dismissing the possibility of a midterm "blue wave" as "fake news." Republican strategists are worried that voters' rejection of poll results and media reports will depress turnout and help Democrats.

  • Trump is the conspiracy theorist in chief 

    From his doubts about the death toll after Hurricane Maria, to his claims of a "witch hunt," President Trump has become the "conspiracy theorist in chief," Brendan Nyhan says. Amanda Carpenter also weighs in on the dangers of conspiratorial thinking.

  • Avenatti: Future president needs TV skills 

    Michael Avenatti tells Brian Stelter he is "very serious" about a 2020 presidential run and argues that successful candidates will need to be media-savvy like President Trump is. He also reflects on his appearance on Tucker Carlson's show and explains why he's willing to go in "the belly of the beast" of Fox News.

  • See Volkswagen's 'Final Edition' Beetle 

    In 2019, the last of Volkswagen's famous Beetles will be rolled off the production line, 80 years after they first hit the road.

  • Nio CFO: Electric vehicle market potential is huge 

    China is the world's biggest electric vehicle market. Nio CFO Louis T. Hsieh says they will grab ten percent of the premium sector.

  • Jeff Bezos defends the press against Trump 

    Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon and owner of the Washington Post, mounted a vigorous defense of press freedom in front of the Economic Club of Washington.

  • The collapse of Lehman Brothers: 10 years later 

    On September 15th, 2008 the US government allowed investment bank Lehman Brothers to fail, setting off a market earthquake, deepening an existing economic crisis and sparking reforms that have forever changed global finance. CNN's Clare Sebastian speaks with three veterans of the crisis.

  • Google execs discuss election on internal video 

    In a video obtained by right-wing website Breitbart, executives at Google discuss their disappointment with the 2016 election results.

  • Novichok suspects: We were just tourists 

    Two Russians accused of a nerve agent attack in the UK told the Kremlin-backed RT network they made a brief trip to Salisbury as tourists, claiming to have had nothing to do with the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who were poisoned when the pair were in Salisbury in March 2018.

  • CBS reporter reveals Jeff Fager text message 

    CBS News fired "60 Minutes" producer Jeff Fager over a text message he sent to reporter Jericka Duncan. CNN's Brian Stelter reports.

  • Activist investor: Apple is boring, Tesla is exciting 

    Apple shareholder Ross Gerber says the company "is out of touch with the consumer" and missing out on big opportunities. The Tesla bull defends Elon Musk saying, you can't invest with a genius and expect normalcy.

  • The Skimm co-founders: We are a gateway drug to news 

    The Skimm co-founders and co-CEOs, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, explain how their daily newsletter has grown into an audience company targeted towards young women.

  • The Skimm co-founders: Millennials are looking for a trusted news source 

    The Skimm co-founders and co-CEOs, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, launched the No Excuses campaign aimed at motivating Millennials to get out and vote for the issues they care about most.

  • This is Apple's new iPhone XR 
    This is Apple's new iPhone XR(02:10)Sep 12 2018

    Apple unveiled a third, lower-end iPhone Wednesday -- the iPhone XR. It starts at $749, has a bright LCD screen, and comes in several colors.

  • The new Apple Watch is FDA-approved to test your heart 

    Apple unveiled the Apple Watch Series 4 which has a 30% larger screen and can perform electrocardiograms and detect falls.

  • See the new Apple iPhone XS and XS Max 

    Apple unveiled the iPhone XS and XS Max. The devices have updated camera abilities, stereo sound, and larger, crisper displays.

  • '60 Minutes' producer Jeff Fager leaving CBS 

    Jeff Fager, the veteran executive producer of "60 Minutes," is departing amid accusations of inappropriate conduct at the acclaimed newsmagazine. CNN's Brian Stelter reports.

  • Why Woodward's book matters 
    Why Woodward's book matters(03:18)Sep 12 2018

    There have been many books about the Trump White House in the past few months. Here's why this one matters.

  • Is the tech stock boom over? 
    Is the tech stock boom over?(00:53)Sep 12 2018

    Exponential ETFs CEO Phil Bak tells CNN's Richard Quest that he thinks the days of rapid growth for Facebook shares are over.

  • Will stocks keep climbing in 2019? 

    CFRA Research's Lindsey Bell tells CNN's Richard Quest why she thinks economic growth and corporate earnings will slow next year, and where stocks are headed.

  • China's Nio takes on Tesla 
    China's Nio takes on Tesla(02:08)Sep 12 2018

    A Chinese startup that wants to rival Tesla has gone public in New York. Nio is attempting to take on Tesla in China, the world's biggest electric vehicle market. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

  • John Sculley: Apple is a luxury tech brand 

    John Sculley, former Apple CEO, says the company isn't a tech innovator anymore and has instead "leveraged itself uniquely into the luxury market."

  • Reliving the financial meltdown, ten years later  

    CNN's Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans looks back on what it was like covering the financial crisis that ushered in the worst recession since the Great Depression.

  • This is how much money Apple makes on iPhones 

    Since the iPhone's launch in 2007, Apple has sold more than a billion phones. Here's just how much the iPhone makes for the trillion-dollar company.

  • Top five costliest hurricanes in US history 

    Take a look at the most damaging and expensive hurricanes to strike the United States.

  • Ethereum co-founder sees growth in crypto industry 

    Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin talks with CNN's Julia Chatterley about the huge rally and fall of cryptocurrency. He says the attention is driving development in technology.