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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Masayoshi Son, founder and CEO of Japan's SoftBank, isn't a household name in America ... yet. CNNMoney's Sherisse Pham takes a look at the man rapidly gaining a global profile thanks to a series of big tech deals.
Attendees of Samantha Bee's 'Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner' tell CNN what freedom of the press means to them.
Mark Zuckerberg introduced Jarvis, his new AI assistant with the voice of Morgan Freeman, from the comforts of his own home.
Weeks before its theatrical release, Director Ridley Scott is cutting Kevin Spacey out of his movie 'All the Money in the World'; Louis C.K.'s movie premiere is pulled after accusations of sexual misconduct.
Apple is offering cheaper battery replacements to make up for the software updates that deliberately slowed down certain iPhone models in order to extend battery life. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke reports.
Using data from teardown.com and Chipworks, we take a look at how much it costs to make the iPhone 7, part by part.
Under President Mugabe Zimbabwe has struggled with severe cash shortages. Aiming to promote liquidity, the country's central bank has begun issuing bond notes pegged to the U.S. Dollar.
The world's most famous 'car guys' are back again. Season Two of 'Grand Tour' begins Dec. 8th, or does it?
Nicholas Bone, CEO of EquiChain, talks to The Banker’s Joy Macknight about how blockchain can potentially make global capital markets more efficient, as well as reduce counterparty risk and prevent fraud.
For every dollar the U.S. exports to China, it imports four times as much. That's kept prices low for American consumers. But Donald Trump has criticized the imbalance. What Trump does next is critical.