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  • Microsoft stops Kremlin-based hackers 

    Microsoft announced parts of an operation linked to Russian military intelligence targeting the US Senate and conservative think tanks were thwarted. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.

  • This fake ad campaign calls out one of Twitter's very real problems 

    An ad campaign designed to look like it was made by Twitter itself is encouraging users to be more skeptical of what they read on the platform. It's the latest critique of Twitter's policy on misinformation.

  • This is an ad for a smartphone camera. But it wasn't shot with one 

    Huawei released a commercial for its Nova 3 smartphone in Egypt that was meant to highlight the phone's camera abilities. But an actor's Instagram accidentally revealed that the featured photos were actually shot with a DSLR.

  • This former news anchor opened his own wine bars 

    In 2011, Brian Bolter quit his job as a news anchor to start his own wine bar. Now, seven years later, he has opened four restaurants in Annapolis, Maryland that's mainly focused on wine.

  • See Fitbit's newest smartwatch 
    See Fitbit's newest smartwatch(02:48)Aug 20 2018

    Fitbit CEO James Park tells CNN's Paula Newton he thinks the company's new Charge 3 fitness tracker will help boost the wearables market.

  • Greece exits last of three bailouts 

    Greece has officially exited the last of the three enormous rescue programs that saved it from going bust and abandoning the euro. CNN's Richard Quest reports.

  • You could own James Bond's car 
    You could own James Bond's car(01:21)Aug 20 2018

    You could have the chance to buy one of only 25 silver 1964 Aston Martin DB5's, the same car Sean Connery, as James Bond, drove in the movie "Goldfinger."

  • Giuliani: Truth isn't truth 
    Giuliani: Truth isn't truth(01:30)Aug 19 2018

    In a "Meet the Press" interview on NBC, President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani discusses the President potentially being called to testify in the Mueller probe.

  • Ralph Peters: 'Fox isn't immoral, it's amoral' 

    Retired Lt. Col. and former Fox analyst Ralph Peters is sharply critical of both President Trump and his former network home. "People that only listen to Fox have an utterly skewed view of reality," Peters says. He calls Trump a "gift to Fox," and says "Fox in turn is a gift to Trump."

  • Twitter CEO explains 'time-out' for Alex Jones 

    Brian Stelter asks Jack Dorsey whether Twitter made mistakes surrounding Alex Jones. Does Dorsey really think a one-week "time out" will change Jones' behavior? "It's worth a shot," Dorsey says. More importantly, Twitter has to be "consistent" about enforcement. Later, Oliver Darcy joins Stelter with reaction to the interview.

  • Jack Dorsey speaks about Twitter's problems  

    In a rare TV interview, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discusses "toxic" behavior on the platform and his efforts to improve the "health" of conversations. "We're ready to question everything," Dorsey says, even basic features like follower counts. This leads Brian Stelter to ask him about the perception that Twitter is all talk and no action.

  • Twitter CEO knows people fear Big Tech  

    In a rare TV interview, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discusses "toxic" behavior on the platform and his efforts to improve the "health" of conversations. "We're ready to question everything," Dorsey says, even basic features like follower counts. This leads Brian Stelter to ask him about the perception that Twitter is all talk and no action.

  • 'Crazy Rich Asians' director on 'overwhelming' audience response 

    Director Jon M. Chu sits down with CNN's Ana Cabrera to discuss the success of 'Crazy Rich Asians' and what the film has meant for him personally.

  • Scarlett Johansson is the world's highest paid actress 

    According to Forbes, Scarlett Johansson took home $40.5 million between June 2017 and June 2018, making her the world's highest paid actress. Following Johansson on the Forbes' list are Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lawrence, and Reese Witherspoon.

  • Twitter CEO: 'I haven't done enough' to be transparent 

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tells CNN's Brian Stelter that while the platform doesn't discriminate based on political ideology, Twitter has room for improvement when it comes to user transparency.

  • Turkish lira weakens after US threatens more sanctions 

    A tweet by President Trump announcing a new round of tariffs sent the Turkish lira on a tailspin. CNN's John Defterios reports.

  • Trump: SEC to review dropping quarterly reports 

    President Donald Trump says he has asked the SEC to study whether to stop requiring companies to report quarterly earnings. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci reports.

  • Trump: Brennan led the 'rigged witch hunt' 

    President Donald Trump drew a connection in a new interview with The Wall Street Journal between his decision to revoke former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance with his involvement in the investigation into Russian election interference. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.

  • 'Crazy Rich Asians' features all-Asian cast 

    The stars of 'Crazy Rich Asians' explain why the all-Asian cast is a watershed moment for on-screen representation.

  • McCall: Buy Bitcoin on the dip 
    McCall: Buy Bitcoin on the dip(02:01)Aug 15 2018

    Penn Financial Group's Matt McCall explains why investors with an appetite for risk should buy Bitcoin, and where he thinks FAANG stocks are headed.

  • Macy's momentum may be slowing  

    CNN's Paul R. La Monica explains why Macy's same store sales weren't good enough to keep investors happy.

  • What's driving the Dow's worst day in months?  

    Cuttone & Co's Keith Bliss explains why trade concerns and Turkey's crisis are sending stocks lower.

  • Corona, Modelo brewer invests $4 billion in marijuana company 

    Constellation Brands, which owns popular beer brands like Modelo, Corona and Pacifico has just invested $4 billion in Canadian marijuana grower Canopy Growth. Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton tells Richard Quest what the partnership could mean for the future of the cannabis and alcohol industries.

  • Turkey raises tariffs on US products amid currency crisis 

    In response to the US doubling tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum, Turkey has raised tariffs on several US product categories including cars, cosmetics, tobacco and alcohol.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Turkish lira plummets again, hits record low 

    The Turkish lira dropped to a record low during a volatile trading period on Monday, after plummeting more than 20% last week. President Erdogan told Turkish citizens that the exchange rate should return to normal shortly, but investors worry that the government isn't doing enough to help the lira recover its value.

  • Will these editorials make a difference? 

    Hadas Gold and Brian Stelter discuss the Boston Globe-led campaign for newspapers to publish editorials decrying Trump's anti-press rhetoric. Gold says it's another example of news media solidarity, but has doubts about how effective it will be.

  • Stelter examines Trump's hall of mirrors 

    Brian Stelter shows how the president works hand in hand with the pro-Trump media to discredit the Robert Mueller probe. He compares it to a "hall of mirrors" and says the political jockeying ultimately hurts the public.

  • Bill de Blasio speaks out against Murdoch 

    New York City mayor Bill de Blasio tells Brian Stelter that outlets like Fox News and the New York Post "try to stir the most negative impulses in this country." When Stelter compares him to Trump and says "politicians make lousy media critics," de Blasio says he supports a free press but feels it is necessary to "call out" the Murdoch agenda.

  • Reporting on racists without stoking the fire 

    Indira Lakshmanan and Jeff Greenfield join Brian Stelter with advice on covering hate group gatherings without furthering the racists' agenda. "It's our job as journalists to shine a light on even the ugliest things that happen in our society," but to do so carefully, Lakshmanan says.

  • Should the press take Omarosa's book seriously? 

    April Ryan, Indira Lakshmanan and Jeff Greenfield discuss the new book by exiled Trump aide Omarosa Manigault. While portions of the book have been corroborated by her tapes, there are also big errors, showcasing her credibility problems.

  • The evolution of the Happy Meal 

    McDonald's iconic Happy Meal has been evolving since it was introduced nearly 40 years ago. Today the chain is pushing towards even more healthy options but the toys definitely haven't gone away.

  • Citi exec to women in banking: Embrace your femininity  

    Jane Fraser, CEO of Citigroup Latin America, is responsible for the bank's operations in 23 countries, including Mexico, and remains one of the few female executives for the region.

  • Citi exec: Talk straight -- but do it with empathy 

    Citigroup Latin America CEO Jane Fraser helped the bank rebuild its reputation following the 2008 financial crisis. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow why empathy is key to a successful turnaround.

  • Uber competitor Via expands worldwide 

    Driving around London, Samuel Burke interviews Via CEO Daniel Ramot to discuss the company's global expansion and how they get the vast majority of their riders to share rides instead of going solo.

  • Fox News host addresses controversial comments 

    Fox News host Laura Ingraham is being criticized for her comments warning her audience of "massive demographic changes." CNN's Brian Stelter reports.

  • Boeing CEO: Global trade extremely important to us 

    In an exclusive interview with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, CNN's Richard Quest discusses President Trump's tariff policies and the future of the company.

  • The history of the Boeing 747 

    CNN's Richard Quest tells the story of the Boeing 747, a plane that transformed air travel and launched a new age of in-flight decadence.

  • Critics accuse Fox News host of racism 

    Critics are accusing Fox News host Laura Ingraham of promoting white nationalism during her show on August 8.

  • Behind the scenes at Boeing's biggest factory 

    What does it take to make the Boeing Dreamliner? CNN's Richard Quest goes inside Boeing's factory in Everett, Washington.

  • Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 9 

    Samsung's newest smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9, doesn't look too different from the Note 8. But the device has some new features, including all-day battery and a better camera.

  • NYC votes to cap Uber, Lyft growth 

    New York becomes the first U.S. city to limit ride hailing apps like Uber. Taxi drivers rejoice. Co-founder & CEO of ride sharing company Via has a different viewpoint.

  • Chicago Tribune reportedly for sale 

    Less than two months after selling the Los Angeles Times, Tronc now said tro be about to sell the Chicago Tribune and the rest of its newspaper holdings to a private equity firm.

  • Tesla tweet 'highly problematic,' says former SEC boss 

    Former boss of the U.S. Securities and Exchanges Commission Harvey Pitt calls Elon Musk's conduct irresponsible and believes the SEC will have a lot of questions about his recent tweet.

  • What happens if Tesla goes private?  

    CNN's Paul R. La Monica tells Christine Romans what going private could mean for Tesla, and how being a publicly-traded company has boosted its value.

  • Why China and FAANG can still be attractive for investors 

    The Chinese stock market has been crushed this year, but WisdomTree Director of Research Jeremy Schwartz says there's a buying opportunity for investors, if they focus on tech.

  • MoviePass CEO on why the service keeps changing 

    MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe explains why, despite recent service disruptions and constant changes for users, the subscription service's latest deal for three movies at $10 per month is here to stay.

  • Here's why it's so hard to spot deepfakes 

    Spoofed videos known as deepfakes are increasingly appearing on social media, but tech companies are still trying to figure out how to handle them. CNN's Laurie Segall explains why these fake videos are so hard to spot.