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Pot taxes won't be as high as hoped
Fewer users of medical marijuana are switching to recreational use than Colorado expected, lower anticipated tax revenue.
7 businesses Amazon wants to shake up
From industrial supplies to educational software, Amazon is about more than just retail and books.
Russian ruble rattled by renewed Ukraine unrest
International markets were roiled Monday and the Russian currency hit a three-week low as traders and investors worry about renewed tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
Invest in next Facebook...for a few bucks
Soon any mom or pop can invest in startups alongside venture capitalists. The SEC is expected to approve equity crowdfunding sites by the end of the year.
Investors dip a toe back in emerging markets
Investors rushed out of emerging markets earlier this year, but money has started to flow back despite China, Ukraine and other concerns
Lawmakers release 250,000 GM recall documents
Paper trail shows internal communication at GM about ignition switch and other investigations.
Stocks: Fear, uncertainty and earnings
Investors will open the new week with a fresh set of bank earnings and the possibility of more market volatility.
12 top-paid CEOs
Ford's Alan Mulally earned some $23.2 million last year. But that's only about a third of the $78.4 million Oracle's Larry Ellison made. What other CEOs took home big bucks?
How Mark Zuckerberg courts companies
In just three and a half days, Facebook and virtual reality firm Oculus worked out a $2 billion deal.
Obamas' income drops 21% to $481,098
Like a lot of high-income Americans, the Obamas were subject to an additional Medicare tax to help pay for the president's signature health reform law.
Spirit Airlines tops complaint list
Passengers flying on Spirit Airlines were three times as likely to lodge a complaint with the Department of Transportation than those flying any other major U.S. airline.
Herbalife shares plunge on news of FBI probe
Herbalife shares fell hard Friday afternoon following Financial Times report that FBI and Department of Justice had launched criminal probe.
Heartbleed bug affects gadgets everywhere
The Heartbleed Internet bug affects a lot of the gear we all use at work. Fixing it all will be a herculean task.
Putin squares off against Europe over gas
Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that gas supplies to Europe could take a hit in the coming months as a standoff with Ukraine intensifies.
Amazon offers employees $5,000 to quit
Amazon CEO Bezos says his $5,000 pay-to-quit program helps to insure that workers at Amazon really want to be there.
Ed. Secretary: Time to rethink NCAA pay
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says the issue of student athletes getting paid is 'very, very personal...We need to really challenge the universities and the NCAA to think differently.'
Samsung Galaxy S5: Just a slight upgrade
Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone is improved over its predecessor, but only in subtle ways.
How Washington spends your taxes
Nearly half of your federal income taxes is devoted to military and health spending, close to 14% goes to interest on the debt, while less than 2% is spent on science and transportation.
Rising gas prices hurting Ukrainians
As Russia removes gas subsidies from Ukraine, higher prices are hitting consumers, businesses and households.
Medicare doctors: Who gets the big bucks & for what
Some Medicare doctors are reaping in big bucks. CNNMoney looks at who is making money and for what services.
Colbert a safe choice to replace Letterman
Despite calls for a female late night host, Comedian Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman. But don't be surprised to see more women hosting late night soon.
The real story behind the $3 tax checkoff box
Fewer people are checking off the $3 contribution box on their tax returns to steer money into campaign financing.
JPMorgan profits sink, but Dimon confident
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon sounded bullish about the economy. Too bad the bank's earnings tell a different story. The stock sank as results disappointed Wall Street.
Tech stock rout continues in Asia
Asian tech and telecom stocks plunged Friday as investors sold off their holdings, alarmed by yet another slide in U.S. technology stocks yesterday.
GM finds new ignition flaw, will replace second part
General Motors has found another flaw in the ignitions of the
2.6 million vehicles
it's already recalled, and will replace an additional part to remedy the problem.
Minnesota to increase minimum wage
Minimum wage will be higher for workers at larger businesses.
IRS chasing 300 new identity thieves
The IRS has launched dozens of investigations into tax-related identity theft and fraudulent refund claims so far this filing season.
Amazon buys digital comics app comiXology
Amazon is targeting a new corner of the media world.
SAC Capital $1.8 billion penalty approved
Hedge fund operator's settlement of insider trading charges is approved by a federal judge in New York.
CNN announces new prime time lineup
CNN said it is introducing several new personalities to its taped offerings and renewing Anthony Bourdain through 2016.
Jobless claims at lowest since 2007, but...
New claims for unemployment benefits suddenly plummeted last week. As much as we all want a miracle, this is probably just a statistical anomaly
Change these passwords right now
Worried about the Heartbleed bug? Here are the passwords to change immediately.
GM puts 2 engineers on paid leave
CEO Mary Barra says action follows briefing from investigator into ignition switch recall.
'GMA' adds another man: ESPN's Tony Reali
ESPN's Tony Reali is expected to appear on 'GMA' two or three days a week as a part of the show's social media segments.
Ally Financial: From bailout shame to lame IPO
Ally Financial falls after IPO. The U.S. Treasury is trimming its stake after bailing the company out
Code red: Stocks tank on Wall Street
Investors go back to selling mode after two-day rally. Nasdaq down over 3%
It pays to work at Ferrari
Ferrari employees raked in record bonuses as the luxury automaker renewed its pledge to produce fewer than 7,000 cars per year.
Greek bonds fly off the shelves
Greece has issued new bonds to international investors for the first time since its economy collapsed four years ago, threatening to bring the euro down with it.
Make 30% in Africa's largest economy
Nigeria is now Africa's largest economy thanks to a long overdue 'rebasing' of GDP. Founder of Zenith Bank Group Jim Ovia discusses the risks and rewards of investing in the country.
Icahn settles with eBay over PayPal
Carl Icahn has dropped a shareholder proposal to split off part of PayPal.
Trade China stocks from Hong Kong
China has taken another step to open up its financial markets to the world by allowing investors in Hong Kong to trade shares on the Shanghai stock exchange.
College savings gap widens among rich and poor
A growing divide is forming among college savers. While many middle and upper-class families are saving more for college, lower income families are still struggling to save anything at all.
Big bank earnings likely in doghouse
Shares of the big banks soared late last year as investors cheered a recovering economy. But the excitement seems to have faded as JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo get set to report earnings.
Mexican limes: Hot demand, rising prices
Prices for this popular fruit are shooting up, adding costs to restaurants and offering a big pay day for those growers not hit by shortages.
Meet Silicon Valley's 28-year old whiz kid
Sam Altman sold his company Loopt for $43 million in 2012. Now he's in charge of Y Combinator, one of Silicon Valley's most influential nurturers of startups.
Judge set to decide SAC Capital's penalty
Federal judge to decide whether to accept a guilty plea from the hedge fund firm formerly known as SAC Capital Advisors, as well as the proposed $1.2 billion in penalties.
Data brokers settle charges over background checks
Two data brokers have agreed to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission that they sold consumer background checks to prospective employers and landlords without ensuring that the information was accurate or properly used.
Michael Lewis: Trading 'should be cheaper'
While technology has made stock trading cheaper and more frictionless, author Michael Lewis says firms are charging 'unnecessary rents' and acting as unneeded middlemen.
Comcast grilled in Senate over merger plans
Executives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to make the case for their merger.
Airlines drop limes as prices skyrocket
United and Alaska Airlines cut limes from their menus due to a big price spike.
Volkswagen flags fire risk in popular models
Volkswagen has asked dealers to temporarily stop selling several of its popular models because a fire risk.
BofA to pay customers $727 million over credit card practices
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has ordered Bank of America to pay out $727 million to customers due to illegal credit card practices.
Has the prom spending bubble burst?
Fueled by everything from designer gowns to oversized limos, prom spending had been on the rise for several years. But a new survey suggests prom goers will be reining it in this year.
Warren Buffett endorses Airbnb
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has reached out to Airbnb to give shareholders cheaper lodging alternatives for next month's annual meeting in Omaha.
Alaska newspaper sold to online rival
The Anchorage Daily News is being sold to an online media company. Observers said they could think of no other similarly-sized newspaper that had been swallowed up by a web rival.
Doctors collect $77 billion from Medicare
Medicare paid doctors and other providers $77 billion in 2012.
EU takes aim at CEO paychecks
Europe wants to give shareholders the power to limit top executive pay by forcing companies to hold binding votes and to say how it compares with what employees make.
Assault weapon sales boom cools off
The market for modern sporting rifles returns to Earth, as fears of a gun ban recede.
18 million callers can't reach IRS for tax help
Callers seeking IRS tax help are waiting between 15 to 25 minutes, and as many as four out of 10 callers won't get through.
Toyota recalls 6.4 million cars worldwide
Toyota announced five recalls on Wednesday, affecting a total of 6.39 million vehicles globally.
China's economy losing steam
China's economy is slowing and growth in 2014 could fall short of the government's official target, according to a CNNMoney survey of economists.
Jobs recovery killing entrepreneurial spirit
As economy improves and people find jobs, fewer are opening a new business out of necessity, according to a new Kauffman report.
Can workers talk about pay?
Under Obama's executive order, employees can talk about salary without fear of retaliation from their bosses.
GM to invest in Detroit auto plant
The auto maker says it will invest $384 million to upgrade a plant making Chevrolet Volt.
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