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Pharmaceutical stocks spike after China reports new coronavirus cases

By Laura He, CNN Business Chinese pharmaceutical stocks skyrocketed Monday as China reported more than 100 new cases of pneumonia caused by a new strain of coronavirus. More>>

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Lotte Group founder Shin Kyuk-ho dies at 98

By Sherisse Pham, CNN Business Lotte Group founder Shin Kyuk-ho, the billionaire tycoon who turned a chewing gum business into a sprawling corporate empire, died on Sunday in Seoul. He was 98. More>>

22 Men own more wealth than Africa's 326 million women, Oxfam says

By Charles Riley, CNN Business Global inequality is "out of control" because of biased economic systems that exclude many women while allowing billionaires to amass huge fortunes that do little for society, according to... More>>

China has announced a new plan to crack down on most single-use plastics by 2025

By Ben Westcott and Laura He, CNN Business The Chinese government has announced a new plan to crack down on plastic pollution across the country by 2025, including a ban on single-use plastic straws and bags. More>>

Pork markets to become a big winner in the US-China trade truce

Hannah Zhang Just a day after the United States and China signed a phase one trade deal, the US Department of Agriculture released a report that delivers another optimistic message to US farmers: Chinese demand for pork is... More>>

Oil and gas companies will only survive the climate crisis if they spend more now

By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business The oil and gas industry needs to work harder and faster to tackle the climate crisis if it wants to remain profitable, a leading energy group says. More>>

'Bad Boys For Life' wins the box office with huge holiday weekend

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business Sony has revamped some of its franchises to big box office numbers in recent years. Spider-Man swung back into action with blockbuster numbers at the box office (thanks to an assist from... More>>

This US bond will hit markets for the first time in decades. Here's why

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Norway says its new giant oil field is actually good for the environment. Critics call it climate hypocrisy

By Ivana Kottasová, CNN It's not a boast you usually hear about an oil field: Norway says its huge new facility is great for the environment. More>>

Trump vs. Thunberg: The climate crisis could dominate Davos

By Hadas Gold, CNN Business US President Donald Trump and environmental activist Greta Thunberg are getting top billing at Davos this year as the conference for global elites turns its attention to the climate crisis and... More>>

'Dolittle' battles bad reviews and 'Bad Boys For Life' at the holiday box office

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business Universal kicked off 2020 with a big box office win thanks to "1917" — the award-winning World War I drama. The film not only dethroned "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" from the top of the... More>>

Gas heating is the biggest threat to Britain's climate goal

By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business The United Kingdom made history last year when it became the first major economy to commit to pumping no more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere than it removes by 2050. More>>

Beyoncé's Ivy Park x Adidas' line drops online and sends the internet into a frenzy

By Chauncey Alcorn CNN Business Queen Bey's latest wardrobe arrived a day early and it's already breaking the internet. More>>

Best Buy opens investigation into allegations of misconduct by CEO

By Victoria Cavaliere Best Buy is investigating allegations of misconduct against its CEO Corie Barry, a company spokesperson said on Friday. More>>

Capitol Hill press corps shows support for Manu Raju after GOP senator's smear

By Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy, CNN Business The Capitol Hill press corps on Friday rallied behind Manu Raju, CNN's senior congressional correspondent, after Republican Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona insulted him on... More>>

Disney drops 'Fox' name and will rebrand its movie studio as '20th Century'

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business 20th Century Fox is an icon of Hollywood history. Its epic fanfare title card has appeared in front of "The Sound of Music," "Star Wars" and other major films over the past 85 years. But in... More>>

Boeing discovers issue with 737 Max flight computers, source says

By Greg Wallace, CNN Business Boeing's troubled 737 Max has run into a new glitch. More>>

Finding success in the cannabis industry sometimes means not mentioning cannabis

By Alicia Wallace, CNN Business High Style Brewing had big expansion plans for its cannabis business. But it hit a major snag: Its name wasn't legal in Nevada. More>>

Nestlé is spending billions to create a market for recycled plastics

By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business Food companies trying to reduce their consumption of plastic have a big problem — it's hard to find suitable recycled material. Nestlé says it's willing to spend more than $2 billion to... More>>

The market's earnings losing streak may be about to end

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business Earnings season is off to a strong start. We haven't been able to say that in a long time. More>>

Here are the movies and shows coming to Peacock

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business Peacock, NBCUniversal's new streaming service, comes with a colorful library that has a bit of everything. More>>

America just had its best month for new home construction in 13 years

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Americans are in the market to buy houses again. New home construction rose nearly 17% in December, soaring to a level not seen since before the financial crisis. More>>

As impeachment captures attention, Trump tries to shift focus to the economy

Analysis by Christine Romans, CNN Business Over two days and two trade victories, President Donald Trump tried to turn the spotlight from impeachment to the economy. More>>

Tesla allegedly has an unintended acceleration problem

By Chris Isidore and Peter Valdes-Dapena, CNN Business More than 100 Teslas have been involved in accidents because they accelerated unintentionally, according to a complaint filed with federal safety regulators. More>>

The world's biggest food company is now making vegan sausages

By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business Nestlé is adding vegan sausages to its lineup of imitation meat products, as the world's largest food company moves to secure its position in the booming market for plant-based foods. More>>

She's pushing the world's largest hotel chain to be more like Airbnb

Story by Julianne PepitoneVideo by Deborah Brunswick, Logan Whiteside and McKenna Ewen, CNN Business Not long ago, traveling to another city generally meant selecting a hotel to spend the night. But then Airbnb made it... More>>

The club of $1 trillion companies just keeps growing. Now there are four

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

China just reported its weakest annual growth in 29 years

By Laura He, CNN Business China's economy grew at its slowest pace in nearly three decades in 2019. More>>

McAfee names Peter Leav as new CEO

By Nicole Chavez, CNN Business McAfee has chosen Peter Leav as its new chief executive officer. More>>

Trump administration says no more computers in economic data lockups

By Donna Borak, CNN Business Economic journalists will no longer be able to bring their electronic devices --including their laptops --- when they arrive early at the Labor Department to write stories on the country's... More>>

Gap won't spin off its Old Navy brand

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Gap ended plans to spin off its Old Navy brand Thursday, reversing a strategy announced less than a year ago. More>>

Security crackdown on Capitol Hill hinders reporters' ability to question senators during impeachment trial

By Oliver Darcy, CNN Business Reporters on Capitol Hill are facing a security crackdown that limits their ability to question US Senators during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. More>>

Google owner Alphabet is now worth $1 trillion

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business The exclusive $1 trillion club on Wall Street just got a new member. Shares of Google parent company Alphabet hit a new all-time high Thursday, pushing the company's market value to... More>>

Everything you need to know about Peacock, NBC's new streaming service

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business The streaming field is becoming increasingly crowded and consumers have more choices than ever if they're willing to pay for them. So what better way to stand out from your competitors... More>>

Stock of Kay and Zales' parent climbs over 40% on holiday sales growth

By Daniela Sirtori-Cortina, CNN Business Jewelry retailer Signet's stock climbed about 40% on Thursday after the company reported surprisingly strong year-over-year holiday sales growth and raised its guidance. More>>

Grab your passports. Time to look overseas for stocks

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business American stocks continue to power on to new all-time highs this year. But could the Wall Street bull finally be ready to pass the rally baton to other markets around the globe? More>>

With dance challenges and explainer videos, publishers invade TikTok to court Gen Z

By Kerry Flynn, CNN Business TikTok, the short-form video app popular among Gen Z and best known for its viral dance challenges, is the No. 1 entertainment app on Apple's App Store. But publishers have seized on it for... More>>

Payless is emerging from bankruptcy. But it's not coming back to the United States anytime soon

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Payless ShoeSource said Thursday that it emerged from bankruptcy for a second time with its international stores intact and a goal of returning to the United States. More>>

This is why women now hold more jobs than men

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Women held slightly more jobs than men in December — the first time that's happened in nearly a decade. More>>

Checking your bag on JetBlue is about to get more expensive

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business JetBlue Airways is hiking its checked baggage fees for the second time in two years. More>>

The trade war is still on. Consider this a fragile truce

By Christine Romans, CNN Business You're forgiven if you thought the trade war between the US and China ended Wednesday. The president, in front of a crowded room filled with business leaders and his favorite TV hosts,... More>>

28,000 United Airlines employees are getting new uniforms

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Winter is brutal, and no one can attest to that more than airport employees. More>>

China just agreed to buy $200 billion worth of US products

By Michelle Toh, CNN Business China has agreed to buy hundreds of billions of dollars worth of products from the United States as part of their "phase one" trade deal. More>>

Bose is closing more than 100 stores worldwide

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Bose is significantly shrinking the number of retail stores it operates because of the "dramatic shift" to online shopping, the company said in a statement. More>>

Powerade is getting a makeover for the first time in more than a decade

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN Business Powerade is getting a makeover. More>>

Smith & Wesson's parent company dumps CEO

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business American Outdoor Brands, owner of gunmaker Smith & Wesson, replaced its CEO for engaging in misconduct that the company described as "inconsistent with a non-financial company policy." More>>

Target had weak holiday sales. Investors better hope it's an outlier

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Carlos Ghosn's Japanese lawyer and seven other members of defense team quit

By Sherisse Pham, CNN Business Carlos Ghosn's lawyer has resigned following his client's brazen escape to Lebanon. More>>

A Japanese minister is making waves for taking paternity leave. He's only taking two weeks off

By Julia Hollingsworth, CNN Business Japan's Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi has announced that he will take paternity leave when his first child is born this month, an unusual step in a country where new fathers... More>>

How the pro-Trump echo chamber has changed impeachment

Analysis by Brian Stelter, CNN Business A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. More>>

Stocks are tepid as investors await new China economic data

By Laura He, CNN Business The first phase of the US-China trade deal is done. Now investors are awaiting more signals about economic growth. More>>

Congress investigates lifting some cannabis restrictions

By Alicia Wallace, CNN Business Cannabis continues to make history on Capitol Hill — albeit incrementally. More>>

Final debate before Iowa caucuses scores 7.8 million viewers

By Brian Stelter, CNN Business More than 7.8 million people tuned in for Tuesday night's Democratic debate on CNN, according to Nielsen TV ratings and digital streaming data. More>>

This tool tells you how much your fashion habits hurt the environment

By Alexis Benveniste, CNN Business For all its glamour and beauty, the fashion industry has a dirty secret: it's responsible for 8-10% of all global carbon emissions, according to a report from the United Nations —... More>>

Larry Ellison has made $1.6 billion on his Tesla stock since joining its board

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Larry Ellison's first year on the Tesla board has been very, very profitable. More>>

WW gets a New Year's bump, but should investors shed the stock?

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business It's the middle of January. That probably means you are still trying to stick to your New Year's resolutions. And if you're like many people, losing weight, eating healthier... More>>

A world trade war is brewing. The US-China deal won't stop it

Analysis by Jill Disis and Charles Riley, CNN Business The United States has signed a partial trade agreement with China. But that doesn't mean simmering conflicts and uncertainty over trade won't drag down the... More>>

Colgate finally launched its recyclable toothpaste tube. It's made from the same type of plastic as milk jugs

By Francisco Guzman and Brian Ries, CNN Colgate wants to give you another reason to smile ... and not just to show off your teeth More>>

'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' becomes Disney's seventh billion-dollar film of 2019

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business Star Wars is lucky No. 7 for Disney. More>>

Target's holiday season was a letdown. Costco's wasn't

By Chris Isidore and Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Target reported lackluster sales during the critical holiday stretch, raising some concerns about whether the retailer can keep growing as it faces rising competition. More>>

What do experts see as the biggest risk to the world in 2020? American politics

By Charles Riley, CNN Business American politics is the biggest threat facing the world in 2020 and the looming presidential election will stress the country's institutions, influence economic and foreign policy and... More>>

Toyota is recalling nearly 700,000 vehicles because of issues with the fuel pumps

By Francisco Guzman and Saeed Ahmed, CNN If you drive a Toyota, you might want to read on. More>>

This could be biggest year for bank mergers since the late 1990s

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business Faced with low interest rates and intense competition for consumer deposits and loans from financial giants, regional banks may rush to merge this year to keep pace with larger rivals. More>>

Americans' wine consumption dropped for the first time in 25 years

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Perhaps Kathie Lee Gifford's retirement is having a more detrimental effect than previously thought: Wine is falling out favor with Americans. More>>

America's banks kick off earnings season with a bang

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Boeing reports more cancellations than new orders for 2019

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Boeing reported final order numbers and deliveries for 2019 Tuesday and they were as bad expected. More>>

Yamaha warns customers not to climb into musical equipment cases after Carlos Ghosn's escape

By Clare Duffy, CNN Business Yamaha is reminding people that musical equipment cases are for musical equipment — not people — two weeks after fugitive auto titan Carlos Ghosn reportedly was smuggled out of Japan in one. More>>

Baby Yoda is coming to a Build-A-Bear near you

By Alicia Lee, CNN Build-A-Bear is giving the people what they've been patiently waiting for -- Baby Yoda stuffed animals. More>>

She went head-to-head with an oil company five times the size of her own. And won.

By Matt Egan, CNN Business Last spring, Vicki Hollub quietly hopped on a Gulfstream jet to Omaha in search of a secret weapon. More>>

Rupert Murdoch's son lashes out against Fox and his father's other news outlets for climate change coverage

By Hadas Gold, CNN Business Rupert Murdoch's son and his wife are lashing out against his father's sprawling media empire for how it covers the climate crisis, especially in light of the fires raging in the... More>>

One key to Delta's success: It doesn't fly Boeing's 737 Max

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Delta Air Lines is the only major US carrier without a 737 Max in its fleet. And that just helped it to post very strong fourth quarter and full-year profits. More>>

Elon Musk is closing in on a $350 million payday

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Elon Musk is getting close to the first big payday from his massive stock package. More>>

Vera Bradley wants to make paisley cool again

By Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business Try selling a brightly colored paisley pattern quilted cotton handbag to anyone below the age of 40. Paisley doesn't exactly scream "hot Millennial trend!" More>>

Atlanta Braves stadium will officially be called Truist Park

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business The Atlanta Braves unveiled the highly anticipated new name of its stadium: Truist Park. More>>

Wells Fargo's rough quarter sours new CEO's earnings debut

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Low interest rates are hurting banks' bottom lines, and Wells Fargo is no exception. That led the bank's new CEO to a rough start in his first earnings report Tuesday. More>>

Davos VIPs are worried about the climate crisis. They're still using private jets

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business The World Economic Forum is preparing to perform a difficult dance: proclaim its growing concern for the climate crisis even as scores of private planes and luxury cars ferry attendees to... More>>

Here's how many people watched the NFL Playoffs this weekend

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business A dominating performance, a big upset, a huge comeback and a close game kept viewers tuned into the NFL playoffs all weekend long. More>>

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says US consumers remain strong

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business The American consumer is alive and well, according to JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. More>>

BlackRock is changing its investment strategy because of climate change

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

The world is drowning in debt

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The world's already huge debt load smashed the record for the highest debt-to-GDP ratio before 2019 was even over. More>>

Nissan says it's not splitting up with Renault

By Sherisse Pham, CNN Business Nissan is dismissing reports that it is engineering a corporate divorce from Renault. More>>

Vegan sausages and clever marketing have helped this low-cost chain take over Britain

By Rob Picheta, CNN Business Britain begins the new decade on the cusp of leaving the European Union and with its Royal Family in crisis. And yet, for the second consecutive January, many people are talking about a vegan... More>>

Yuan rises as US lifts China's currency manipulator label

By Laura He, CNN Business The Chinese yuan strengthened Tuesday to its highest level in more than five months as the United States removed China from its currency manipulator list. More>>

Abby Huntsman leaves 'The View' amid toxic culture at show and strained relationship with Meghan McCain

By Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy, CNN Business Abby Huntsman, who has co-hosted "The View" since 2018, announced on Monday that she was departing the popular ABC daytime talk show. The move came amid Huntsman's... More>>

Tribune Publishing is offering buyouts after hedge fund became largest shareholder

By Kerry Flynn, CNN Business Tribune Publishing is offering buyouts to employees for the second time in two years and months after hedge fund Alden Global Capital became the largest shareholder in the company. More>>

New Boeing CEO says company must do much better

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Boeing's new CEO says the company must improve its culture and repair its business. More>>

How to stay invested if you're a worrier

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business There are a lot of things to be nervous about. Iran. Trade tensions with China. Recession fears. Sky-high national debt. The fallout from impeachment and the upcoming US presidential... More>>

One of the world's top companies is giving young people the chance to veto projects that hurt the climate

By Charles Riley, CNN Business Siemens is taking heat for sticking with a controversial coal mining project in fire-ravaged Australia. Its response? Give young people the power to veto future business on environmental... More>>

Snoop Dogg made a sandwich for Dunkin'. It comes with a donut bun

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Dunkin's new menu item is Snoop Dogg-approved. More>>

Luggage startup Away's embattled CEO is staying in her position

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Steph Korey, the cofounder and CEO of luggage company Away, is remaining in her position after all. More>>

Can anyone get Boeing through this mess? He's going to try

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Dave Calhoun might have the toughest job in corporate America: Fixing Boeing. More>>

Defense and cybersecurity stocks have gotten a boost from US-Iran tension. Can they hold onto their gains?

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Janet Yellen: The US-China trade war isn't over and a tech fight risks dividing the world

By Laura He, CNN Business The United States' trade war with China is far from over, according to Janet Yellen, who is warning that unresolved tensions over technology could divide the world and slow the development of... More>>

Canadian CEO says the United States shares blame for Iran plane crash

By Michelle Toh and Joshua Berlinger, CNN Business The CEO of a Canadian company affected by last week's plane crash near Tehran has lashed out against the Trump administration's handling of the crisis in relations... More>>

China's car sales fell 8% in 2019 and the slump is entering its third year

By Sherisse Pham, CNN Business China's car sales are stuck in a major slump that shows little sign of ending as the country's massive economy slows. More>>

China is really worried about unemployment. Here's what it's doing to avoid mass layoffs

Analysis by Laura He, CNN Business The Chinese government wants to do whatever it can to protect the economy in 2020. It's got an enormous task ahead of it. More>>

Stelter: The 'projector in chief' poses a perpetual challenge for journalists

Analysis by Brian Stelter, CNN Business There was a moment in President Trump's interview with Laura Ingraham that most people missed. He once again accused credible reporters, this time at the WSJ, of making up... More>>

Saudi Aramco exercises 'over-allotment' option to raise record IPO by $3.8 billion

By Clare Duffy, CNN Business Saudi Aramco has exercised its "over-allotment option" to raise the size of its already record breaking initial public offering. More>>

Former US officials call for the return of press briefings: 'It's about accountability'

By Clare Duffy, CNN Business A group of former US government officials are calling on the Trump administration to resume the practice of holding regular press briefings. More>>

'1917' Dethrones 'Star Wars' at the box office

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business A war movie once again topped the box office this weekend. However, this one was set in the trenches of World War I rather than a galaxy far, far away. More>>

America's new favorite restaurants are Wawa, Sheetz and 7-Eleven

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business In "Vacation," National Lampoon's 1980s classic, Chevy Chase jokes, "I'm so hungry. I could eat a sandwich from a gas station." More>>

Record earnings at big banks could keep the stock rally alive

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Ousted Boeing CEO exits with $80 million - but no severance

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Ousted Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg left the company with stock options and other assets worth about $80 million, but did not receive severance as part of his departure from the embattled... More>>

Dow hits a new record: 29,000 points

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The Dow rose around 40 points to cross the 29,000 level for the first time, but couldn't sustain its gains and ended the day down 133 points, or 0.5%. More>>

Casper has filed to go public. It won't turn a profit any time soon

By Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business Casper, the mattress-in-a-box company that revolutionized the way for people to buy their beds, filed paperwork on Friday to offer its stock to the public. More>>

'Designed by clowns': Boeing releases flood of troubling internal documents related to 737 Max

By Chris Isidore and Ross Levitt, CNN Business Boeing employees ridiculed the 737 Max's regulatory certification progress and crudely expressed doubts about the plane's ability to fly safely, according to a trove... More>>

Can '1917' help Universal bounce back from 'Cats'?

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business "1917," a harrowing World War I drama, opens nationwide this weekend and is expected to have a $20 million opening, according to its studio, Universal. That number won't break any... More>>

The Salt Lake Tribune's switch to nonprofit status may inspire other newspapers to do the same

By Katie Pellico and Brian Stelter, CNN Business Struggling newspapers across the country are asking: How long can we stay in business? With profitable days disappearing in the rearview mirror, should we secure our... More>>

Jobs are hot. Paychecks? Not so much

By Christine Romans, CNN Business The American jobs machine churned out another 2.1 million new jobs in 2019, driving the unemployment rate to the lowest level since 1969. At a 3.5 percent jobless rate, employers report... More>>

Tesla is now the most valuable US automaker ever

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Wall Street's current love for Tesla has lifted its shares to a level never before achieved by a US automaker. More>>

Andrew Cuomo promises to legalize cannabis in New York. It could be 'gigantic'

By Alicia Wallace, CNN Business New York wasn't able to legalize cannabis last year, but Governor Andrew Cuomo vows it'll happen this time around. More>>

Just Eat to merge with Takeaway.com as Naspers loses out

By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business South African tech investment company Naspers wants to become the world's leading online food delivery business. That ambition took a major blow on Friday. More>>

Bond yields are really low. What's an investor craving yield to do?

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business If you've been putting cash into bonds because you want an investment that offers steady income, then you can't be too pleased. More>>

Boeing's biggest supplier lays off 2,800 workers because of 737 Max production suspension

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Boeing's largest supplier is laying off a significant number of its employees because of the 737 Max production suspension. More>>

Speeches, books and Instagram posts: How Harry and Meghan could make their own money

By Hanna Ziady, CNN Business Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, want to become financially independent but haven't explained how they'll make money. More>>

US economy adds 145,000 jobs in December

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The US economy added 145,000 jobs in December, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. More>>

2020 Could be a defining year for the cannabis industry

By Alicia Wallace, CNN Business 2019 was a momentous year for the cannabis industry: Hemp-derived CBD had a heyday, Illinois made history, California got sticky, vapes were flung into flux, and North American cannabis... More>>

Britain's top tabloids were already going after Meghan. Now they're twisting the knife

By Hadas Gold, CNN Business Top-selling British tabloids The Sun and The Daily Mail are focusing their fire on Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, over the extraordinary rift that has split the Royal Family and raised huge... More>>

Milk 2.0: How the dairy industry plans to save milk

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN Business It's been a rough few months for the American milk industry. More>>

Trump's trade deal with China won't save the global economy

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The Trump administration's trade skirmish with China appears to have reached a reprieve. That's something the world's economy, which has been badly damaged in the trade war,... More>>

Dow 29,000? US jobs report could give stocks another boost

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Harry and Meghan take revenge on the British tabloid press

By Hadas Gold, CNN Business Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, are tearing up long-standing rules of engagement with the media as they try to bypass "frequent misreporting" by royal correspondents and tell... More>>

In ten years, the number of scripted shows on American TV has more than doubled

By Brian Stelter, CNN Business A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. More>>

Asian markets rise as investors shift attention from US-Iran conflict

By Laura He, CNN Business Investors are turning their focus back to the US-China trade deal following a week of tense activity in the Middle East. More>>

Muggles, get ready for the first Harry Potter flagship store

By Lauren M. Johnson, CNN A massive Wizarding World of Harry Potter store is coming to New York this summer. More>>

Housing market is still one of the brightest spots of the US economy

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business The housing market could continue to prop up the US economy in 2020 even if concerns about Iran and trade talks with China dampen confidence for American businesses. More>>

America has turned its back on big department stores

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Somehow, in the midst of a monster holiday shopping season, America's biggest department stores managed to lose sales. Despite several attempts to revamp their images, department... More>>

Harry and Meghan want to trademark their brand 'Sussex Royal'

By Tiff Gault and Lindsay Isaac, CNN In a shock announcement on Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed their plans to step back from royal duties and "transition into a new working model" and become... More>>

Boeing shares rise on reports that Iran may have shot down a Ukrainian 737

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Boeing shares rose Thursday following reports that Iran may have mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian 737 jet Wednesday. More>>

Are investors too complacent about conflict with Iran?

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. More>>

Verizon will finally sell you TV without a contract

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Verizon is changing the way it sells its internet and cable packages as customers are increasingly seeking ways to cut the costly cord. More>>

Lebanon slaps travel ban on Carlos Ghosn

By Ghazi Balkiz and Hanna Ziady, CNN Business Lebanon has imposed a travel ban on fugitive former auto executive Carlos Ghosn one day after he briefed the world's media on why he fled Japan. More>>

Bill De Blasio and Sadiq Khan want your city to dump fossil fuels

By Matt Egan, CNN Business New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and London Mayor Sadiq Khan have an urgent message to the world's cities: Ditch your fossil fuel investments now to avert a climate catastrophe. More>>

Australian mining magnate pledges $48 million to fire relief

By Jessie Yeung, CNN Business Australian billionaire mining magnate Andrew Forrest has pledged 70 million Australian dollars ($48.1 million) in aid for the country's bushfire crisis, joining a growing list of... More>>

Ex-Nissan CEO: Carlos Ghosn's escape from Japan is a betrayal

By Sherisse Pham, CNN Business Ex-Nissan chief and Carlos Ghosn protege Hiroto Saikawa is slamming his former mentor's brazen escape from Japan, calling it a betrayal. More>>

What to expect from the December jobs report

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The US economy ended 2019 on a broadly positive note, and the December jobs report is expected to fit that trend: America's labor market remains solid and most people who want a job have... More>>

Bed Bath & Beyond is in deep trouble. And it could get worse

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Bed Bath & Beyond hired a new CEO. But the company remains in turmoil. More>>

Harry and Meghan's shock announcement dominates UK media

By Jack Guy, CNN Business Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, might want to "step back" from royal duties, but UK newspaper front pages on Thursday reveal that the couple are still squarely in the public's... More>>

A billionaire is giving away $9 million to his Twitter followers in an experiment to see if the money makes them happier

By Scottie Andrew, CNN A Japanese billionaire will give away more than $9 million to 1,000 people on Twitter to see if it improves their happiness. All they had to do to get it was retweet him. More>>

Trump schedules another interview with Fox as concerns about credibility persist

Analysis by Brian Stelter, CNN Business A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. More>>

Investors are feeling a lot calmer today about the United States and Iran

By Laura He, CNN Business Markets are continuing to climb after US President Donald Trump allayed investor worries over further escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran. More>>

CollegeHumor sold to longtime exec, lays off nearly all 100-plus staff

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