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  • 10,000 works of art fund pension 

    The Artist Pension Trust pools together more than 2,000 contemporary artists and splits the sale of their art to act as a retirement fund.

  • Is US Airways tweet the worst #fail ever? 

    Here are the three biggest traps that companies fall into when using social media and a walk down memory lane of some of the most egregious errors.

  • The road to a minimum wage 
    The road to a minimum wage(2:31)Apr 14 2014

    It took a Great Depression and a push from Franklin D. Roosevelt for the U.S. to get a federal minimum wage. Take a look at the long road to a federal minimum wage.

  • 2014: The year of the mega breach 

    As the Heartbleed bug wreaks havoc on the Internet, cybercrime investigator Brian Krebs talks about how identity theft is 'growing by leaps and bounds'.

  • Arne Duncan: 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.'

  • 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.

  • 2 minutes of Obama on equal pay 

    President Barack Obama signed two executive actions that made compensation from federal contractors more transparent, with hopes of closing the gender pay gap.

  • Watch GM SUVs pass crash test 

    Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain were the only midsize SUVs out of nine tested to rate 'good,' giving General Motors some positive news during a rough time.

  • 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.

  • NCAA: To pay or not to pay? 
    NCAA: To pay or not to pay?(2:54)Apr 4 2014

    College sports is big business. Where's all the cash going and what is at risk if players start getting paychecks?

  • Summers: Obama not doing enough on jobs 

    The former top economic adviser to President Obama explains what he believes is needed for a better, stronger workforce.

  • How cereal boxes are wooing kids 

    New research shows that the way cereal cartoon characters' eyes are oriented and the position of the boxes in the supermarket could be luring children.

  • Michael Lewis on 'computerized scalping' 

    Michael Lewis says technology is not the problem, Wall Street is.

  • Job market stronger, not strong enough 

    With 192,000 jobs added in March, the labor market is strong enough that businesses are growing, but still too weak for the Federal Reserve to promptly end stimulus.

  • What America's jobs pay 
    What America's jobs pay(1:03)Apr 3 2014

    From personal care aides to dentists, here's how much different jobs pay in America. You may be surprised, most are under $20 an hour.

  • David Letterman: I'm retiring in 2015 

    David Letterman announced during a taping of "The Late Show" that he would retire by 2015. Brian Stelter reports.

  • Today vs. GMA: Star shake-up 

    With Josh Elliott out at ABC's Good Morning America and in at NBC, drama swirls around the battle of morning shows and their star studded talent.

  • Justices loosen political donation laws 

    The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the $5,200 limit on individuals donating to political campaigns but is now allowing people to give that max donation to an unlimited number of candidates.

  • I was accepted to all 8 Ivy League schools 

    Kwasi Enin of William Floyd High School in Mastic Beach, N.Y., received acceptance letters from all eight Ivy League schools, scoring a 2250 out of 2400 on the SAT.

  • Mary Barra takes on Washington 

    GM CEO Mary Barra takes on lawmakers and the press in the nation's capital, responding to questions about a deadly error and a delayed recall.

  • Lawmakers rip GM CEO in hearing 

    Here's just a sampling of lawmakers hammering General Motors CEO Mary Barra in a hearing over a delayed recall and vehicle malfunctions.

  • President takes an Obamacare victory lap 

    Acknowledging that the Affordable Care Act is not perfect, President Obama announces 7.1 million signups and says 'the debate over repealing this law is over.'

  • GM CEO's apology under oath in 90 seconds 

    General Motors CEO Mary Barra makes her statement in a congressional testimony, apologizing to victims and announcing organizational changes.

  • Families call GM cars 'death trap' 

    Standing outside the Capitol building, families of those who have died in vehicles made by General Motors share their stories and a survivor describes the terror in the cars.

  • Families wait for answers from GM 

    Car crash victims' families believe the deaths of their loved ones may be related to General Motors vehicle malfunctions and they're anxious for answers.

  • Is Obamacare second-rate insurance? 

    Those who sign up for health insurance on the Obamacare exchanges are running into hurdles finding doctors that will accept the insurance.

  • Young adults not embracing Obamacare 

    Fewer than expected young adults are signing up on the Obamacare health insurance exchanges, but they are needed to subsidize the costs of older Americans.

  • Future of aviation after Flight 370 

    The mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will mark a turning point in how future commercial aircraft will be tracked and monitored.

  • Getting real with the father of virtual reality 

    Eight candid questions with a computer science pioneer. Jaron Lanier opens up about Bitcoin, social media, and where we're most vulnerable online.

  • Obamacare in a Texas insurance desert 

    Hidalgo County, Texas has the highest share of uninsured adults 18 to 64. People are signing up for Obamacare in droves, but the law is not working for everyone.

  • Why McDonald's is paying for your coffee  

    Taco Bell sent a clear shot into the heart of McDonald's breakfast menu yesterday. Christine Romans explains how the fast food king is fighting back.

  • You got a tattoo of a McDonald's receipt? 

    A teenager tattooed a McDonald's receipt on his arm. He isn't the first to get ink of the golden arches.

  • The cost of searching for Flight 370 

    The U.S. government alone is spending around $100,000 a day to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

  • Simulating the tragic Exxon Valdez route 

    CNN's Kyra Phillips takes a close look at what went wrong on the Exxon Valdez with the ship's captain, Joseph Hazelwood.

  • This is the last big U.S. bike maker 

    Worksman Cycles has been making industrial tricycles and consumer bicycles for more than 100 years in New York City.

  • Tech may help find the next Flight 370 

    We may never know exactly what happened on the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. If you wish the technology needed to find out existed, it already does. At a cost of about $100,000, we could know where the plane is and what exactly went wrong.

  • Will Malaysia Airlines' insurance cover victims? 

    The victims' families have been through turmoil, and a long legal battle is looming

  • How Janet Yellen sizes up the job market 

    From alternative measures of unemployment to part-time workers and quit rates, here is the data Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen looks at when measuring the strength of the labor market.

  • Timeline: What went wrong at GM 

    Here's a look back at the timeline of engineering problems and accidents surrounding GM's ignition switch. Why didn't the company or NHTSA recall the cars sooner?

  • How the computers on a 777 work 

    Take a close look at the computers and controls pilots use while flying a Boeing 777.

  • Mary Barra's new GM apology 
    Mary Barra's new GM apology(3:51)Mar 17 2014

    CEO offers personal apology and provides an update on how automaker is fixing the problem.

  • Beer brands pull out of parades 

    Guinness and Heineken have pulled their sponsorships from New York's St. Patrick's Day parade because lesbian and gay groups aren't allowed to march openly.

  • Inside the market for fake passports 

    Two men boarded the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 using stolen passports. They may have nothing to do with the mystery but it made us think -- how easy is it to forge a passport? And what is the government doing to combat fraud?

  • In the cockpit of a Boeing 777 simulator 

    Nobody knows exactly what happened to Malaysia Airlines flight 370. This simulator brings you inside what the cockpit would have looked like at the time of disappearance.

  • Crowdsourcing site hunts for plane 

    The mystery of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has crowdsourcers scouring satellite images to locate 'a needle in a haystack.'

  • Boeing 777 now under the microscope 

    The Boeing 777 has enjoyed an impeccable safety record during its 19-year history.

  • What can you buy with a Wall St. bonus 

    The average Wall Street bonus is up to $164,000. Christine Romans explains what the average American could buy with that kind of cash.

  • Why millennials love apartments 

    Apartments are the hottest thing in housing, but the rest of the market could also get a boost when this trend fades.

  • Why this pot business deodorizes its cash 

    With legal, recreational marijuana businesses starting to bring in profits, they still face hurdles in banking and security.

  • Don't give Uncle Sam a 0% loan 

    The average tax refund is about $3,000. That's $250 a month you could have used otherwise. Here's the best way to spend your refund now and how you can keep more of it during the year.

Corvette Z06 Convertible: A fast drop-top  
The Corvette Z06 Convertible was unveiled at the New York Auto show and boasts as much power as it's hard-top sibling.  Play
Jeep's new ultra small SUV  
Jeep shows off its new, smallest SUV, the 2015 Renegade, at the New York Auto Show.  Play
The hybrid electronic bike of the future  
The Copenhagen Wheel, funded by Tumblr founder David Karp, is a smartphone controlled motor for your bike. Laurie Segall reports.  Play
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