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  • Is the strongest US growth behind us? 

    Darius Dale, senior analyst at Hedgeye Risk Management explains why growth is slowing, and where investors should look for a Santa Claus rally.

  • Analyst: Investors should prepare for six more years of Trump 

    Citi's chief global political analyst Tina Fordham explains how Wall Street is digesting the midterm results.

  • Analyst: Facebook's ad business still has years of growth ahead 

    Keybanc Capital Markets analyst Andy Hargreaves tells CNN's Richard Quest why, despite slowing growth, Facebook shares are poised to keep climbing.

  • Top strategist calls market bottom 

    Chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets, Brian Belski, explains why there's no fundamental reason for the market's scary October performance.

  • Top strategist: Saudi tensions keeping oil prices elevated 

    Deutsche Bank Chief U.S. Equity & Global Strategist Binky Chadha tells CNN's Richard Quest that oil prices are too expensive, given other market metrics.

  • The case for rotating out of major tech stocks 

    CEO of Exponential ETFs Phil Bak tells CNN's Richard Quest why he thinks it's time for investors to consider taking some profits from FAANG and putting their money elsewhere.

  • Howard: Populism is long-term risk for stocks 

    Senior multi-asset specialist at BNP Paribas Mark Howard explains why investors are reacting to populism and political turmoil around the globe.

  • Sears shares tumble on bankruptcy fears 

    CNN's Paul R. La Monica explains why Sears shares plunged on bankruptcy rumors and what the future could hold for the struggling retailer.

  • Why Howard Marks is cautioning investors 

    Co-Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management Howard Marks warns CNN's Richard Quest that probabilities have shifted in a negative direction for the market but a recession is not in the cards. Here's what Marks thinks investors should do.

  • NYT: Trump helped parents 'dodge taxes,' commit 'fraud' 

    A New York Times investigation found that President Trump received the equivalent of $413 million from his father's real estate empire, much through tax dodges in the 1990s. CNN interviews a reporter who broke the story.

  • Land O'Lakes CEO: Raise your hand to be CEO 

    Beth Ford is the first female CEO of Land O'Lakes ? and the first openly gay female CEO in Fortune 500's list of largest US companies.

  • How Oettinger brewery keeps beer prices low 

    Oettinger is one Germany's best-selling beers in part due to their low prices - as low as 29 cents per half liter bottle. CNN visited their brewery to see how they keep costs down.

  • Kevin Hassett: Goldman Sachs 'looks like the Democratic opposition' 

    White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett suggests Goldman Sachs' economic research has a partisan slant.

  • Amazon raises minimum wage to $15 an hour 

    Dave Clark, Amazon's SVP of Global Operations, tells CNN's Christine Romans that the minimum wage increase will "help us hire and retain the best people over the course of time."

  • Land O'Lakes CEO: Farmers need answers on trade 

    Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford explains why US farmers need more certainty from the Trump Administration around trade.

  • Couric on the 'male hierarchy' of TV news  

    Katie Couric reflects on her time at CBS News amid the CBS investigations into sexual misconduct. "The culture I found at '60 Minutes,' personally, was very challenging and, at times, quite offensive," she told Brian Stelter. Couric also speaks of the "male hierarchy" at various networks and says "you have to have more diverse voices at the top."

  • Katie Couric on Kavanaugh-Ford coverage 

    Katie Couric reflects on the Supreme Court battle and the questions that still remain. "Our understanding of sexual violence against women and the trauma, the lifelong trauma that ensues, has not progressed since I covered the Anita Hill hearings 27 years ago," she says.

  • One hearing, two realities for viewers  

    Susan Glasser and Jeff Greenfield join Brian Stelter to analyze the alternative universes where coverage of Brett Kavanaugh is being consumed. "Unfortunately, there's not a shared narrative about the facts," Glasser says.

  • Amal Clooney: Myanmar should pardon Reuters journalists 

    Amal Clooney represents the reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who were arrested in December and accused of exposing state secrets. They were sentenced to seven years in prison September 3. Both men pleaded not guilty.

  • What is Dreamforce?  
    What is Dreamforce? (01:38)Sep 28 2018

    It's one of the largest tech conferences in the world -- but what exactly goes on at Dreamforce? CNN's Laurie Segall goes behind the scenes of Salesforce's tech conference and sits down with CEO Marc Benioff.

  • Chobani CEO enlists companies to help refugees 

    Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya's "Tent Partnership for Refugees" challenges businesses to come up with innovative ways to help refugees around the world. He tells CNN's Cristina Alesci that he wanted to go "above and beyond the political landscape" in finding solutions to the global refugee crisis.

  • He said, she said and now the FBI will say 

    Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh delivered dramatic and contradictory testimonies before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

  • Late night reacts to the Kavanaugh hearing 

    Late-night hosts had much to say after Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

  • Elon Musk stepping down as Tesla chairman 

    After Elon Musk tweeted about taking Tesla private, the Securities and Exchange Commission sued him for "false and misleading" statements to investors. Now he's stepping down as chairman and paying a $20 million fine.

  • Christine Blasey Ford chokes up: I'm terrified 

    Christine Blasey Ford gives her testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about her sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

  • Federal Reserve raises interest rates 

    The Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the third time this year.

  • Weed stocks: Bubble or opportunity? 

    Green Thumb Industries CEO Ben Kovler explains why he thinks the marijuana industry is just getting started, and US laws will soon change to reflect that.

  • Where are Bitcoin prices headed? 

    Bitcoin bull Mike Novogratz explains why he expects Bitcoin prices to rally in the fourth quarter despite recent turmoil.

  • Sonic sold to Arby's owner 
    Sonic sold to Arby's owner(00:47)Sep 25 2018

    The Sonic drive-in restaurant chain has been purchased by this company for billions.

  • Kavanaugh tells Fox News: Not going anywhere 

    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh gave an interview to Fox News after a second woman, Deborah Ramirez, accused Kavanaugh of inappropriate sexual behavior. Kavanaugh has denied the allegation. CNN so far has not spoken to anyone who is willing to corroborate Ramirez's story as reported by Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer in The New Yorker.

  • SiriusXM buying Pandora for $3.5 billion 

    SiriusXM is acquiring Pandora in an all-stock deal. The move comes as radio grapples with digital competition from streaming music, apps and podcasts.

  • Donatella Versace: A fashion icon ft. Lady Gaga 

    In an exclusive video for CNN Style, Lady Gaga, Gigi Hadid, Edward Enninful and more fashion luminaries celebrate Donatella Versace.

  • This former CEO is scared by America's complacency with inequality 

    Peter Georgescu, Chairman Emeritus and former CEO of Young & Rubicam, is "scared" by America's complacency on inequality today and is now calling on corporate America to help narrow the income gap.

  • What Trump's 'Fox cabinet' is telling him 

    Olivia Nuzzi and David Zurawik join Brian Stelter to discuss the NYT's bombshell reporting on Rod Rosenstein, plus the reactions on Fox. "Everyone is a media critic these days, but the problem is that not everyone has a basic understanding of how the media works," Nuzzi says.

  • The disappearance of the White House briefing 

    The White House has effectively ended the daily press briefing. Sarah Sanders has only appeared on-camera at the podium 14 times since June. Olivier Knox, president of the White House Correspondents Association, tells Brian Stelter that he is continuing to advocate for more frequent briefings.

  • Websites are smearing Ford to help Kavanaugh 

    "Try to put yourself in Christine Blasey Ford's shoes for a minute," Brian Stelter says. He dissects the smears that right-wing outlets have been spreading about Ford. Some websites and commentators, he says, have been trying to totally discredit Ford. Others have been trying to sow doubt about her allegations.

  • Washington Post's exclusive access to Dr. Ford 

    Former NYT editor Jill Abramson credits the Washington Post with a "very sensitive and thorough job" interviewing Christine Blasey Ford and revealing her identity. So far the paper is the only news outlet that Ford has spoken with. "She called their tip line first," Abramson notes.

  • How Trump's tweet sparked #WhyIDidntReport 

    Rachel Sklar tells Brian Stelter that Donald Trump was a "lightning rod" in spurring the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport on social media. She accuses Trump was "grope-splaining." Jill Abramson and Charles Blow join the conversation.

  • How much has changed since Anita Hill? 

    Jill Abramson, Charles Blow, and Rachel Sklar join Brian Stelter to compare news coverage of the Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh confirmation processes. "What I've been struck by is the anger of women that I've heard from," Abramson says. "If they feel unheard at the end of these hearings, I think there are gonna be big political consequences."

  • Comcast outbids 21st Century Fox for Sky 

    Comcast outbid 21st Century Fox and its powerful backer, Disney, in an auction for control of European broadcaster Sky. CNN's Anna Stewart reports.

  • Pot company CEO optimistic the U.S. market could open up 

    Cannabis stocks have hit record highs ahead of marijuana becoming recreationally legal in Canada. Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton explains why he thinks regulators in the U.S. might relax federal restrictions.

  • Thanks to Amazon, you can now talk to your microwave 

    Amazon's Alexa-enabled microwave can respond to your commands and figure out how long to cook your dinner.

  • Comcast and Fox battle for Sky 
    Comcast and Fox battle for Sky(01:21)Sep 20 2018

    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.