Murrow's words from 1954 apply to the Trump age: 'We must not confuse dissent with disloyalty'
Murrow's words from 1954 apply to the Trump age: 'We must not confuse dissent with disloyalty'

By Brian Stelter, CNN Business Reading President Trump's racist tweets and hearing him claim that some Democrats "hate" America and watching him say they can leave if they don't like it here, Edward R. Murrow comes...

How news outlets are dealing with the 'moral dimension' of covering Trump and his racist tweets
How news outlets are dealing with the 'moral dimension' of covering Trump and his racist tweets

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.

Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite close at new record highs
Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite close at new record highs

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Stocks once again closed at a fresh all-time high, surpassing the records they set on Friday, as earnings season kicks off and investors digest economic data from China.

A $15 minimum wage started as a slogan. This week, it's set to pass the House
A $15 minimum wage started as a slogan. This week, it's set to pass the House

By Lydia DePillis, CNN Business Nearly seven years ago, a week after Black Friday, a few dozen workers walked off their New York City fast food jobs to demonstrate for higher pay. The median wage for fast food workers was...

Why some Amazon workers are going on strike on Prime Day
Why some Amazon workers are going on strike on Prime Day

By Nathaniel Meyersohn and Kate Trafecante, CNN Business At a time of rising activism among workers, some Amazon employees are using Prime Day to protest their pay, working conditions and a range of other issues.

America's addiction to absurdly fast shipping has a hidden cost
America's addiction to absurdly fast shipping has a hidden cost

Story by Lydia DePillis, CNN BusinessVideo by John General and Richa Naik, CNN Business Search. Compare options. Click buy. Look out for a package on your doorstep the next day, or even that same day, without ever having...

Chipotle has fully recovered from its E. coli problems
Chipotle has fully recovered from its E. coli problems

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business Chipotle's comeback from its E. coli nightmare of 2015 and early 2016 is now complete. Shares of Chipotle hit a new all-time high Monday for the first time since August 2015.

Citi starts bank earnings on a positive note thanks to buybacks
Citi starts bank earnings on a positive note thanks to buybacks

By Matt Egan, CNN Business Citigroup kicked off bank earnings season on Monday with solid results that were boosted by a splurge in share buybacks.

Amazon workers go on strike in Germany as Prime Day begins
Amazon workers go on strike in Germany as Prime Day begins

By Amy Woodyatt and Barbara Wojazer, CNN Business Workers at Amazon facilities in Germany have gone on strike in a protest over pay and working conditions as Prime Day gets underway.

Alan Turing, World War II code-breaker castrated for being gay, is the face of Britain's £50 note
Alan Turing, World War II code-breaker castrated for being gay, is the face of Britain's £50 note

By Charles Riley, CNN Business Alan Turing, a crack code-breaker and visionary mathematician who was convicted under Victorian-era homophobic laws, will be the face of Britain's new £50 note.

Chobani hopes nut butters will give yogurt a boost
Chobani hopes nut butters will give yogurt a boost

By Danielle Wiener-Bronner, CNN Business Chobani is trying to attract more customers with a trendy new product: Greek yogurt with nut butters.

Struggling Barneys, a high-end Manhattan retailer, stares down an uncertain fate
Struggling Barneys, a high-end Manhattan retailer, stares down an uncertain fate

By Jackie Wattles, CNN Business Barneys reportedly may become the latest brick-and-mortar retailer to file for bankruptcy.

How Amazon Prime Day became the shopping Super Bowl
How Amazon Prime Day became the shopping Super Bowl

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Amazon has successfully invented a new shopping holiday, a kind of Black Friday in July. The e-commerce giant and its retail competitors are set to capitalize on shoppers dishing out on...

How Trump could kick off a currency war
How Trump could kick off a currency war

By Matt Egan, CNN Business It's no secret that President Donald Trump wants to weaken the US dollar to juice the American economy.

America's car companies and their workers are about to begin contentious contract talks
America's car companies and their workers are about to begin contentious contract talks

By Chris Isidore, CNN Business America's car companies and their workers, which are being upended by unprecedented technological disruption, are about to begin their most difficult labor negotiations in years. The...

China's economic growth slumps to lowest in 27 years as the trade war hits
China's economic growth slumps to lowest in 27 years as the trade war hits

By Laura He, CNN Business China's economic growth has slumped to its lowest level in nearly three decades as the world's second largest economy feels the effects of a prolonged trade war with the United States.

China GDP fallout; Bank earnings; Prime Day
China GDP fallout; Bank earnings; Prime Day

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business 1. China's economy: China's economic growth slumped to its lowest level in nearly three decades as the world's second largest economy feels the effects of a prolonged trade war...

American Airlines extends flight cancellations because of Boeing's 737 Max grounding
American Airlines extends flight cancellations because of Boeing's 737 Max grounding

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business American Airlines is canceling flights into early November because of the Boeing 737 Max grounding.

Fallout over offensive Buttigieg article: Magazine's owner apologizes but a sponsor cuts ties
Fallout over offensive Buttigieg article: Magazine's owner apologizes but a sponsor cuts ties

By Jackie Wattles, CNN Business The League of Conservation Voters is cutting ties with an upcoming forum on climate change after the co-host for the event, The New Republic, published an "offensive" article about...

Secret deodorant to contribute $529,000 to US women's soccer to address pay gap
Secret deodorant to contribute $529,000 to US women's soccer to address pay gap

Kate Trafecante, CNN Business Secret, a sponsor of the US Women's National Soccer team, is now supporting its members' fight for pay equity as well.

Forget earnings. The smart money is looking to the future
Forget earnings. The smart money is looking to the future

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business 1. Earnings angst: Don't expect the second quarter earnings season to be much of a party.

Chicago Defender, an influential black newspaper, published its last print edition and will now be completely digital
Chicago Defender, an influential black newspaper, published its last print edition and will now be completely digital

By Amir Vera, CNN The Chicago Defender, the influential African American newspaper that has told the stories of black residents of Chicago and beyond for the last 114 years, has ceased printing and moved to a digital-only...

A CBD company now owns a big chunk of Jones Soda
A CBD company now owns a big chunk of Jones Soda

By Alicia Wallace, CNN Business It's common these days to hear about a food or beverage company investing in cannabis. It's more unusual for a cannabis company to, say, snap up a soda brand.

Starbucks will stop selling newspapers
Starbucks will stop selling newspapers

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Starbucks will stop selling newspapers and a number of food items to declutter stores and remove products customers aren't buying.

The rocky 2019 box office could soar in the next few months
The rocky 2019 box office could soar in the next few months

By Frank Pallotta, CNN Business Hollywood is in a precarious position as it heads into the second half of 2019 with a sluggish box office that, according to Comscore data, is down roughly 8.6% compared to this time last year.

The Dow, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hit new records. This is how we got here
The Dow, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq hit new records. This is how we got here

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The Dow and the broader stock market are at all-time highs, with six record closes this week alone, including Friday's triple record.

Budweiser Asia IPO is junked. It would have been the year's biggest
Budweiser Asia IPO is junked. It would have been the year's biggest

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Anheuser-Busch InBev shelved plans for an IPO of its Asia business, canceling what would have been the biggest public offering of the year.

Citigroup is now the darling of Wall Street
Citigroup is now the darling of Wall Street

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business Citigroup was one of the hardest hit US banks during the 2008 financial crisis. But it's the king of Wall Street so far this year.

Charming Charlie is closing all of its stores
Charming Charlie is closing all of its stores

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Charming Charlie has fallen victim to the ongoing retail apocalypse.

The global auto industry has the worst kind of problems
The global auto industry has the worst kind of problems

Analysis by Charles Riley, CNN Business Global carmakers are being rocked by problems of the worst kind: The ones beyond their control.

Ford and Volkswagen team up on self-driving and electric cars
Ford and Volkswagen team up on self-driving and electric cars

By Chris Isidore and Michael Scaturro, CNN Business Volkswagen and Ford announced plans Friday to work closely to develop electric- and self-driving vehicles, the latest automakers to partner in the face of massive changes...

How six Florida newsrooms are working together to strengthen climate change coverage
How six Florida newsrooms are working together to strengthen climate change coverage

By Laney Pope and Brian Stelter, CNN Business Since its debut in June, the Florida Climate Reporting Network has sparked interest from a growing number of media outlets — even beyond Florida.

Here's another sign the US dollar is too strong: Burgers
Here's another sign the US dollar is too strong: Burgers

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Some politicians and market participants believe the US dollar is too strong compared to its rivals. Now there's another indicator: Burgers.

Arizona governor welcomes Nike a week after trashing it for pulling 'Betsy Ross' shoes
Arizona governor welcomes Nike a week after trashing it for pulling 'Betsy Ross' shoes

By Jazmin Goodwin, CNN Business Just 10 days after lambasting Nike for pulling its "Betsy Ross" American Flag sneaker, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey back-pedaled on his defiant stance against the apparel company.

India's first LGBTI job fair draws a crowd in Bangalore
India's first LGBTI job fair draws a crowd in Bangalore

By Rishi Iyengar and Jordan Ashmore, CNN Business India's first ever LGBTI job fair attracted a sellout crowd Friday as some of the biggest names in business lined up to interview hundreds of candidates in the tech...

Christine Romans: The bull market won't die of old age. But this could kill it
Christine Romans: The bull market won't die of old age. But this could kill it

By Christine Romans, CNN Business This year's stock market performance has been impressive by any measure.

The Fed is coming to the rescue. But there's no emergency
The Fed is coming to the rescue. But there's no emergency

Analysis by Matt Egan, CNN Business The Federal Reserve is preparing to rescue the American economy from President Donald Trump's trade war.

The Fortune 500 has a new woman CEO: Accenture's Julie Sweet
The Fortune 500 has a new woman CEO: Accenture's Julie Sweet

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business Accenture has named Julie Sweet as its next CEO, adding to the few woman who run major companies.

Charming Charlie is closing all of its stores
Charming Charlie is closing all of its stores

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Charming Charlie has fallen victim to the ongoing retail apocalypse.

The global auto industry has the worst kind of problems
The global auto industry has the worst kind of problems

Analysis by Charles Riley, CNN Business Global carmakers are being rocked by problems of the worst kind: The ones beyond their control.

Ford and Volkswagen team up on self-driving and electric cars
Ford and Volkswagen team up on self-driving and electric cars

By Chris Isidore and Michael Scaturro, CNN Business Volkswagen and Ford announced plans Friday to work closely to develop electric- and self-driving vehicles, the latest automakers to partner in the face of massive changes...

How six Florida newsrooms are working together to strengthen climate change coverage
How six Florida newsrooms are working together to strengthen climate change coverage

By Laney Pope and Brian Stelter, CNN Business Since its debut in June, the Florida Climate Reporting Network has sparked interest from a growing number of media outlets — even beyond Florida.

Here's another sign the US dollar is too strong: Burgers
Here's another sign the US dollar is too strong: Burgers

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business Some politicians and market participants believe the US dollar is too strong compared to its rivals. Now there's another indicator: Burgers.

Arizona governor welcomes Nike a week after trashing it for pulling 'Betsy Ross' shoes
Arizona governor welcomes Nike a week after trashing it for pulling 'Betsy Ross' shoes

By Jazmin Goodwin, CNN Business Just 10 days after lambasting Nike for pulling its "Betsy Ross" American Flag sneaker, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey back-pedaled on his defiant stance against the apparel company.

India's first LGBTI job fair draws a crowd in Bangalore
India's first LGBTI job fair draws a crowd in Bangalore

By Rishi Iyengar and Jordan Ashmore, CNN Business India's first ever LGBTI job fair attracted a sellout crowd Friday as some of the biggest names in business lined up to interview hundreds of candidates in the tech...

Christine Romans: The bull market won't die of old age. But this could kill it
Christine Romans: The bull market won't die of old age. But this could kill it

By Christine Romans, CNN Business This year's stock market performance has been impressive by any measure.

The Fed is coming to the rescue. But there's no emergency
The Fed is coming to the rescue. But there's no emergency

Analysis by Matt Egan, CNN Business The Federal Reserve is preparing to rescue the American economy from President Donald Trump's trade war.

The Fortune 500 has a new woman CEO: Accenture's Julie Sweet
The Fortune 500 has a new woman CEO: Accenture's Julie Sweet

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business Accenture has named Julie Sweet as its next CEO, adding to the few woman who run major companies.

Thomas Cook is seeking a $940 million bailout from a Chinese tourism giant
Thomas Cook is seeking a $940 million bailout from a Chinese tourism giant

By Michael Scaturro Struggling tour operator Thomas Cook is in talks with a Chinese tourism giant for a much-needed cash infusion of £750 million ($940 million).

Dow 27,000; Trump vs. Libra; Daimler warning
Dow 27,000; Trump vs. Libra; Daimler warning

By Julia Horowitz, CNN Business 1. Dow 27,000: The Dow and the S&P 500 have hit all-time highs. But pockets of anxiety remain.

Daimler, the maker of Mercedes cars, warns its profits will slump this year
Daimler, the maker of Mercedes cars, warns its profits will slump this year

By Charles Riley, CNN Business The owner of Mercedes-Benz has warned of a major slump in profits this year after recalls, legal issues and weak demand for new cars contributed to a rough second quarter.

Ford and VW set to unveil new details on electric and self-driving cars
Ford and VW set to unveil new details on electric and self-driving cars

By Chris Isidore and Michael Scaturro, CNN Business Volkswagen and Ford on Friday will announce the next step in their joint effort to develop the next generation of vehicles in the face of huge disruption to their business.

News outlets prep for Tropical Storm Barry
News outlets prep for Tropical Storm Barry

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

Dow and S&P 500 hit new record highs
Dow and S&P 500 hit new record highs

By Anneken Tappe, CNN Business The Dow and the S&P 500 finished at new all-time highs on Thursday.

The stock market now has two $1 trillion companies: Amazon and Microsoft
The stock market now has two $1 trillion companies: Amazon and Microsoft

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business The Seattle metro area is now home to the stock market's only two trillion-dollar companies: Amazon joined neighbor Microsoft in that exclusive club Thursday.

Bed Bath & Beyond is 'running out of time'
Bed Bath & Beyond is 'running out of time'

By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN Business Bed Bath & Beyond, once a leader in kitchenware and bedding, is in free fall. It is racing to win back customers and salvage its brand before the pressures of modern retailing cave in.

The Texas oil boom is messing with OPEC's plans to keep prices high
The Texas oil boom is messing with OPEC's plans to keep prices high

By Matt Egan, CNN Business To set a floor under oil prices, OPEC is showing remarkable restraint by holding back production. But that effort keeps getting undermined by the American shale oil boom.

Inflation may be creeping higher after all
Inflation may be creeping higher after all

By Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business The Fed may have to change its tune on inflation and potential rate cuts after a key report on consumer prices came in higher than expected.