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Bad news for stocks if Trump wins debate
Expect stocks to tumble if Donald Trump has a great first debate night. As the old saying goes, the market loves good news, it can deal with bad news, but it hates uncertainty. And Trump is the motherlode of uncertainty.
Wells Fargo stock sinks to 2-1/2 year low
Wells Fargo shares closed below $45 on Monday for the first time since early 2014, the latest sign that the fake account scandal is causing real financial damage.
Wells Fargo workers: Fraud began years ago
Wells Fargo's fake accounts -- the shocking tactics that were revealed this month -- have been around much longer than the bank has acknowledged, former employees are telling CNNMoney. "These practice were going on way before 2011," said Susan Fischer, a former Wells Fargo branch manager who started working at the bank in Wisconsin in 2004.
The surprisingly smooth road to the first debate
In an alternative reality, Donald Trump would be sitting on the sidelines right now, refusing to step foot on the debate stage. But the road to Hofstra University Monday night, and the first debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton, was surprisingly smooth.
New letter aims to prove CEOs like Trump. But do they?
To boost his image as a business leader, Trump's campaign plans to release a letter of support Monday signed by executives and thought leaders on economic issues.
West Elm opening chain of boutique hotels
Five locations will open in 2018.
Voters: This election is about the 'lesser of two evils'
American voters of all different political and socioeconomic backgrounds tell CNNMoney they are really unhappy with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The concern is whether they will stay home on Election Day -- or pull back on their spending.
Presidential Debate: Rules and format
A look at the format and rules set out for the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
7 Memorable presidential debate moments
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How Lester Holt is prepping for tonight's debate
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SpaceX successfully tests engine for Mars missions
Elon Musk says SpaceX successfully tests Raptor engine it plans to use on Mars flights.
Here's how much Clinton's tax plan would hit the rich
The tax proposals the Democratic presidential front-runner has put forth so far would significantly raise the tax burden of the country's highest earners, according to an analysis from the Tax Policy Center.
How Trump plans to balance the budget
Donald Trump's campaign team is firing back at critics who say he will run up America's debt. His economic advisers are out with a new report claiming Trump can balance the budget.
Fired Wells Fargo workers fight back with federal lawsuit
A pair of fired Wells Fargo workers have filed a class action lawsuit in California against the bank, saying they were fired after refusing to open fake accounts. They seek $2.6 billion.
The weekend newspapers called Trump a liar
On the weekend leading up to the debate, four newsrooms came to a similar and sweeping conclusion: Donald Trump lies more often than Hillary Clinton.
How Arnold Palmer changed the face of sports
Golfing great Arnold Palmer became the first sports star to show that income from commercial endorsements could outstrip prize-money earnings.
Brexit exodus? Companies consider relocating
Two new surveys show business leaders are deeply concerned about how Brexit will affect their organizations, and so they're considering relocation plans.
Should cops wear cameras? Debate is back again
The death of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte has some wondering if all police officers should wear body cameras in order to provide more video evidence about disputed shootings. Taser is one of the top makers of such cameras.
What you need to know to get the most financial aid
The nationwide college financial aid form, FAFSA, has changed. That means you need to apply earlier -- as soon as October 1. Here's what you need to know.