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'25' sells over 3M copies in less than a week
Adele's soulful record, "25" has crossed 3 million sales in a single-week, a threshold no other artist has ever come close to.
Making the Hyperloop a reality
Entrepreneur Elon Musk challenged the engineering community to build the Hyperloop, a transportation system that would see people traveling in capsules through tubes at high speeds. What would it be like?
Donald Trump's denial challenged by reporter
Donald Trump denies knowing reporter whose disability he is accused of mocking, but reporter Serge Kovaleski says he and Trump were on a "first name basis for years."
Rupert Murdoch says LA Times is about to be bought
Rupert Murdoch tweeted that he has "strong word" that the Los Angeles Times is about to be bought. A spokesman for Tribune Publishing, which owns the paper, declined to comment.
Volkswagen is giving workers a very long holiday
Volkswagen is giving its German workers 25 days off over Christmas and the New Year in the wake of an emissions scandal that has hurt sales and staff morale.
Gold price plummets to almost 6-year low
Gold futures hit a low of $1,051.60 an ounce, yet another reminder of just how out of favor gold has become since its all-time high of nearly $1,890 in 2011.
36 coolest gadgets of 2015
Innovation was alive and well in 2015, as dozens of new gadgets gave us something to smile and think about.
Competency of Viacom billionaire questioned in court
Sumner Redstone, the media mogul who controls Viacom and CBS, is at the center of a legal dispute. One side says he is practically unable to make decisions for himself. The other says he is "engaged and attentive."
This $5 computer sold out in a day
Raspberry Pi bests itself with a smaller, cheaper computer that costs $5.
They still can't put a price on this diamond
The world's second biggest diamond won't fit into industry scanners so prospective buyers will have to examine it in person before estimating its worth.
Panthers QB is latest Under Armour star to shine
Under Armour has had a great year -- thanks to star performances by its athlete endorsers. The latest? Cam Newton of the undefeated Carolina Panthers. And UA got free publicity when Newton showed off new cleats on Thanksgiving.
Paul Walker's dad sues Porsche over actor's death
Paul Walker's father sues Porsche, claiming the car the actor was killed in lacked basic safety equipment that would have saved his life.
How to make Americans care about refugees
Hive, a startup funded by the UN, is tasked with getting more Americans engaged with the refugee crisis.
Americans are spending tons of money on themselves
Americans no longer wait for Santa to bring presents. Instead, "self-gifting" is on the rise.
Black Friday 2015 in pictures
Shoppers around the country braved the crowds to get their hands on the best Black Friday deals.
Black Friday: Bargain hunters hit the stores
Black Friday is now a multi-day marathon of markdowns, and it started on Thanksgiving Day.
Retail stocks are in the red, except ...
It's been a lousy year for almost all major retailers. Sales have been sluggish. But consumers are buying more things online. And Amazon's stock has more than doubled.
China stocks tumble as govt probes more big brokers
Markets in China tumbled on Friday as a government crackdown on the country's largest brokerages widened.
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Stocks: 5 things to know before the open
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
Chinese executives keep going missing
Top company executives in China keep vanishing, without explanation, and some never return to their posts.
Toys 'R' Us shoppers throng for one last Black Friday
Black Friday Toys 'R' Us shoppers go for Stars Wars, Avengers, Shopkins, Paw Patrol and drones.
Can Iran deliver on its economic potential?
As the era of Iran's isolation ends, its younger generation yearns to open up to foreign companies and investors. But hardliners are not yet willing to give up the way they have done business for decades.