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What you need to know about Google's Pixel 4 smartphone
What you need to know about Google's Pixel 4 smartphone
Day ago
From smartphones to home speakers, Google has unveiled its latest round of consumer products. Rick Osterloh, SVP of Devices and Services at Google, lays out why the traditional software giant is continuing to invest in hardware.
Here's what it's like to fly in an Uber helicopter
Here's what it's like to fly in an Uber helicopter
10 days ago
Need to get to the airport fast? Uber now offers a helicopter service from downtown Manhattan to JFK airport in just 8 minutes. CNN's Samantha Kelly flew aboard to see if it's worth the price.
Jobs report: Unemployment at 50-year low
Jobs report: Unemployment at 50-year low
13 days ago
The US government released its September report showing unemployment at its lowest rate since 1969 with 136,000 jobs added. #CNNBusiness
Anthony Scaramucci: WH transcript is ridiculously lawless
Anthony Scaramucci: WH transcript is ridiculously lawless
22 days ago
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci talks about the impeachment inquiry into President Trump with CNN's Alison Kosik. #CNNBusiness
How Nestlé plans to take fake meat mainstream
How Nestlé plans to take fake meat mainstream
23 days ago
Nestlé, the world's largest food company, is debuting its plant-based Awesome Burger. CNN goes inside the company to see how it plans to compete with established brands like Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat. #CNNBusiness
CNN tested the new iPhones to find out if they’re worth an upgrade
CNN tested the new iPhones to find out if they’re worth an upgrade
27 days ago
The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are now on sale. CNN Business tested the phones in the real world to find out whether they're worth an upgrade. #CNNBusiness
Strategist: US economy 'dangerously close' to recession
Strategist: US economy 'dangerously close' to recession
28 days ago
Deutsche Bank Chief Global Strategist Binky Chadha explains why he thinks the US economy is much closer to a recession than some people realize. #CNNBusiness
Jerome Powell announces interest rate cut
Jerome Powell announces interest rate cut
28 days ago
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced that the Fed will cut interest rates for a second time this year. The federal funds rate, which controls the cost of mortgages, credit cards and other borrowing, will now hover between 1.75% and 2%. #CNNBusiness
GM worker: I never thought we would have striked
GM worker: I never thought we would have striked
Month ago
Two GM auto workers who are on strike talk with CNN's Alisyn Camerota about why they are striking and how it is impacting their lives. #CNNBusiness
CNN speaks to Saudi Arabia's new oil minister
CNN speaks to Saudi Arabia's new oil minister
Month ago
CNN's John Defterios speaks with Prince Abdulaziz, who replaced Khalid al-Falih as Saudi Arabia's oil minister. #CNNBusiness
IBM: 120 million workers will need retraining due to robots
IBM: 120 million workers will need retraining due to robots
Month ago
IBM's Chief Human Resources Officer Diane Gherson says 120 million workers will need retraining within the next three years as artificial intelligence continues to take jobs. #CNNBusiness
Popeyes CEO didn't count on chicken sandwich 'breaking the internet'
Popeyes CEO didn't count on chicken sandwich 'breaking the internet'
Month ago
Jose Cil, CEO of Restraunt Brands International which owns Popeyes, says the company meticulously planned for the national roll-out of their chicken sandwich, but didn't anticipate it "would break the internet" and sell out so quickly. #Popeyes #CNNBusiness
Trump trade adviser promises Dow will break 30,000 if ...
Trump trade adviser promises Dow will break 30,000 if ...
Month ago
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro predicts that the US economy will show 3% growth and the Dow will surpass 30,000 if a number of things occur, including the Federal Reserve cutting rates and Congress approving the USMCA trade deal. Navarro also defended President Donald Trump's trade war with China saying that tariffs are the only reason that Beijing is negotiating a trade deal. #PeterNavarro #Trade #CNNBusiness
CEO explains why Marriott is eliminating mini toiletries
CEO explains why Marriott is eliminating mini toiletries
Month ago
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson explains his decision to to replace travel-sized tubes of shampoo, conditioner and bath gel with larger bottles in an attempt to reduce plastic waste. The world's largest hotel chain said the switch is part of a larger test that it implemented in some of its North American hotels last year. The change will affect roughly 500,000 guest rooms and will be made at most of its 7,000 hotels around the world by December 2020. Marriott owns several popular brands, including Courtyard, Ritz-Carlton, W Hotels and Sheraton. #Marriott #CNNBusiness
Popeyes and Chick-fil-A beef over fried chicken sandwiches
Popeyes and Chick-fil-A beef over fried chicken sandwiches
Month ago
Popeyes launched their first fried chicken sandwich, igniting a feud between fast food rivals Chick-fil-a and raking in millions of dollars in ad value. #CNNBusiness #popeyes #foodanddrink
Ex-Uber exec charged with theft of Google trade secrets
Ex-Uber exec charged with theft of Google trade secrets
Month ago
Anthony Levandowski, a former Uber exec who oversaw its self-driving efforts, was charged by federal prosecutors on Tuesday with 33 counts of theft and attempted theft of trade secrets from his former employer, Google. He self-surrendered to law enforcement following the indictment, according to a law enforcement official. Levandowski, a star tech executive, was at the center of a high-profile lawsuit filed by Google against Uber in 2017. Google accused Levandowski, one of the founding members of its self-driving car project, of downloading thousands of confidential files to a personal hard drive before resigning from the company. Levandowski left Google in January 2016 and launched Otto, an autonomous trucking startup. Otto was acquired by Uber later that year. Prior to his departure from Google, according to the indictment, Levandowski downloaded 14,000 files containing "critical engineering information" about the company's self-driving vehicles. "All of us have the right to change jobs," United States Attorney David L. Anderson said in a press release announcing the indictment. "None of us has the right to fill our pockets on the way out the door. Theft is not innovation." In a statement, Levandowski's lawyers said the "downloads at issue" took place when he was still employed at Google and "authorized to use the information." The counsel added: "None of these supposedly secret files ever went to Uber or to any other company." "Anthony is innocent, and we look forward to proving it at trial," the lawyers said. #CNNBusiness #Tech #Google
Callan: $572M opioid ruling should scare Big Pharma
Callan: $572M opioid ruling should scare Big Pharma
Month ago
In a landmark decision, an Oklahoma judge on ordered pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million for its role in the state's opioid crisis. CNN's Paul Callan says that the ruling sets a precedent that should strike fear in big pharmaceutical companies. #Opioid #CNNBusiness
This car costs $9 million, and there will only be 10 of them
This car costs $9 million, and there will only be 10 of them
Month ago
Bugatti is releasing only 10 Centodiecis,its 1600 horsepower $9 million limited-edition homage to the EB110 that was first made in the 1990s. #Bugatti #Cars #CNNBusiness
'Dancing With The Stars' slammed for casting Sean Spicer
'Dancing With The Stars' slammed for casting Sean Spicer
Month ago
New York Times chief TV critic James Poniewozik explains why he thinks ABC made a mistake in casting former Trump White House press secretary Sean Spicer on the new season of "Dancing With The Stars." #DWTS #Spicer #CNNBusiness
A vaccine against cancer? These dogs are the first patients
A vaccine against cancer? These dogs are the first patients
Month ago
Researchers are testing a vaccine to prevent or delay cancer in 800 pet dogs. If it works, clinical trials in humans could be next. #CNNBusiness
Here's how YouTubers make money off platform
Here's how YouTubers make money off platform
Month ago
From merchandise to donations, content creators on RUvideos have found plenty of ways to generate income beyond ad revenue. #CNNBusiness
Harry Markopolos explains fraud accusations against GE
Harry Markopolos explains fraud accusations against GE
2 months ago
General Electric is fighting back after the company was accused of fraud and its stock experienced its worst one-day percentage drop since April 2008. Harry Markopolos, who is famous for blowing the whistle on Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme in 2008, accused GE of orchestrating a massive fraud. #CNNBusiness
Goldman Sachs CEO: Small businesses are very important to growing this economy
Goldman Sachs CEO: Small businesses are very important to growing this economy
2 months ago
In an exclusive interview with CNN Business, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon tells Christine Romans the US economy is fine, but he's paying close attention to trade and monetary policy. #CNNBusiness
5G is the future. But it's not really here yet
5G is the future. But it's not really here yet
2 months ago
In some cities, 5G is finally becoming a reality. But with the promise of faster, better service on the horizon, CNN Business' Samantha Kelly found there are still a lot of issues to address. #CNNBusiness
Goldman Sachs CEO doesn't expect a recession soon
Goldman Sachs CEO doesn't expect a recession soon
2 months ago
In an exclusive interview with CNN Business, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon tells Christine Romans the US economy is fine, but he's paying close attention to trade and monetary policy. #CNNBusiness
Currency may be next front in US-China trade war
Currency may be next front in US-China trade war
2 months ago
Some investors fear a currency war between the US and China is coming after Beijing allowed the Yuan to fall below a key symbolic level and President Donald Trump labeled China as a currency manipulator. CNN's Julia Chatterley explains. #China #JuliaChatterley #CNNBusiness
How 4chan and 8chan became homes for racism and hate
How 4chan and 8chan became homes for racism and hate
2 months ago
4chan and 8chan are hotbeds for racism, sexism and white nationalism. CNN's Jon Sarlin explains how the sites became what they are today, and why there's no excuse for what's on them. #8Chan #JonSarlin #CNNBusiness
Trump's trade wars spook investors into seeking safe havens
Trump's trade wars spook investors into seeking safe havens
2 months ago
CNN's Matt Egan says investors are buying up government bonds, even though they have negative yields, and are investing in gold, despite prices being at a six-year high, because of concerns over a recession sparked by President Donald Trump's trade wars. #Markets #Trade #CNNBusiness
Romans: No end in sight to US-China trade war
Romans: No end in sight to US-China trade war
2 months ago
CNN's Christine Romans says there doesn't appear to be any end in sight to the ongoing trade war between the United States and China. #CNNBusiness
Fake meat is the future.  Here's why
Fake meat is the future. Here's why
2 months ago
Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat are surging in popularity with consumers and investors. Here's how meat alternatives like these will actually change the way we eat in coming decades. #FakeMeat #RachelCrane #CNNBusiness
What the jobs report says about the US economy
What the jobs report says about the US economy
2 months ago
The US economy added 164,000 jobs in July, in line with expectations and the rate of growth over the last quarter. That's a healthy number, considering the economy has been expanding for more than a decade. The unemployment rate remained at 3.7%, which marks the 17th straight month that it's been at or below 4.0%. The pace of hiring has slowed to an average of 140,000 new jobs per month over the past three months, down from a 187,000-per-month rate over the past year. The report matched forecasts exactly. CNN's Christine Romans reports. #CNNBusiness #Jobs #Economy
Why the rich are getting richer under Donald Trump
Why the rich are getting richer under Donald Trump
2 months ago
President Donald Trump came into office promising to look after "the forgotten man," but who really has benefited? CNN's Jon Sarlin looks into how wages give an insight into who's winning in the Trump economy. #Trump #CNNBusiness
The truth about economic growth under Donald Trump
The truth about economic growth under Donald Trump
2 months ago
President Donald Trump has boasted about economic growth since he's been in office. But CNN's Christine Romans took a closer look at the numbers. #Trump #Romans #CNNBusiness
Federal Reserve chief asked if he gave into Donald Trump
Federal Reserve chief asked if he gave into Donald Trump
2 months ago
President Donald Trump had been publicly saying the Federal Reserve should cuts rates and they finally did so, cutting the rate a quarter-point. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell pushed back at a reporter who asked him if the central bank gave into President Trump's demands. #Fed #JeromePowell #CNNBusiness
Federal Reserve explains why they cut rates
Federal Reserve explains why they cut rates
2 months ago
The Federal Reserve lowered interest rates for the first time since the Great Recession in 2008 to help stave off the possibility of an economic downturn. Policymakers led by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell voted 8-2 in favor of a small cut in the federal funds rate, and recommitted to their promise to "act as appropriate" to sustain the country's longest economic expansion in history. Interest rates, which affect the cost of borrowing for credit cards and mortgages, are now set to hover between 2% and 2.25%. The rate cut follows months of pressure from President Donald Trump, who has broken with his predecessors' practice of walling off the central bank from politics. The central bank is hoping a rate cut will be the necessary injection to keep the US economy healthy, especially because it has limited ammunition to respond to a downturn with historically low interest rates. The Fed also announced plans to end the reduction of its $3.8 trillion asset portfolio, effective August 1, two months earlier than previously expected. The runoff was set to end after September. Read more here: www.cnn.com/2019/07/31/business/fed-rate-cut-july-meeting/index.html #JeromePowell #Fed #CNNBusiness
Worried about the Capital One hack? Here's what to do
Worried about the Capital One hack? Here's what to do
2 months ago
Millions of Capital One customers have been affected by a data breach that the bank says happened in March when a software engineer allegedly exploited a vulnerability to access its systems. Approximately 100 million people in the United States and 6 million more in Canada are affected, the company said, with about 140,000 Social Security numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers compromised. CNN's Christine Romans says that we shouldn't rely on companies to safeguard personal information and offers some tips to make sure your data is safe. #PersonalData #CapitalOne #CNNBusiness
These YouTube child stars make millions of dollars
These YouTube child stars make millions of dollars
2 months ago
From toy reviews to their own branded merchandise, vloggers as young as six are attracting millions of viewers on RUvideos, but this stardom doesn't come without controversy. #CNNBusiness
FaZe Dubs and FaZe Megga talk 'Fortnite' partnership
FaZe Dubs and FaZe Megga talk 'Fortnite' partnership
2 months ago
Two years ago, FaZe Dubs and FaZe Megga were just teens playing video games in their bedrooms. Now, they are making over $100,000 playing "Fortnite" and are two of the youngest players in the Fortnite World Cup. #Fortnite #FaZeDubs #FaZeMegga #CNNBusiness
'Star Wars'-inspired prosthetic arm helps amputees feel again
'Star Wars'-inspired prosthetic arm helps amputees feel again
2 months ago
A team at the University of Utah Center of Neural Sciences developed the "LUKE Arm." It's inspired by Luke Skywalker's robotic hand in Star Wars and helps amputees sense and feel objects. #StarWars #Tech #CNNBusiness
Why demand for electric cars will grow
Why demand for electric cars will grow
2 months ago
Electric cars promise to change the way we drive, making it greener and potentially even safer. But electric vehicles' path to wider adoption is full of hurdles. CNN Business' Peter Valdes-Dapena explains. #ElectricCars #CNNBusiness #climatechange
5 of the biggest data breaches ever
5 of the biggest data breaches ever
2 months ago
In 2017, credit-reporting company Equifax disclosed that they had experienced a major data breach, affecting up to 143 million people. The company joined Yahoo, Myspace, Target, LinkedIn and more on the list of largest data breaches in history. #Data #Tech #CNNBusiness
Boris Johnson is making some business leaders nervous
Boris Johnson is making some business leaders nervous
2 months ago
CNN's Anna Stewart reports that some business leaders are growing concerned about what will happen to the UK economy if Boris Johnson delivers on his promise of a no-deal Brexit. #BorisJohnson #Brexit #CNNBusiness
Fact check: Elizabeth Warren's financial crisis warning
Fact check: Elizabeth Warren's financial crisis warning
2 months ago
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), a 2020 democratic presidential candidates, said there are warning signs for another financial crisis that would devastate the United States and the 2020 presidential candidate proposed a plan she said could help prevent it. CNN's Christina Alesci gives Warren's plan a fact check. #Warren #2020 #PresidentialCandidates
Huawei executive says US export ban will cost American jobs
Huawei executive says US export ban will cost American jobs
3 months ago
Huawei will survive the US pressure campaign against it, but American jobs may not, says Andy Purdy, Huawei's chief security officer and former head of the US Department of Homeland Security's national cybersecurity division. Purdy told CNN's Julia Chatterley on Friday that he thinks the Trump Administration is taking the wrong steps to protect the country, to the detriment of American companies. "Given the United States' vulnerability in cyberspace, I think the government is bending over backwards to make America safe, but they're going too far," Purdy said. "If we are forced to go our way, we'll be okay. But in the long term, I don't know that Huawei will come back (to America) and I think America will be hurt." #huawei #CNNBusiness
Radically new Corvette features one surprising change
Radically new Corvette features one surprising change
3 months ago
General Motors has unveiled the eighth generation of the Chevrolet Corvette. The model is, arguably, the biggest change for the Corvette since the sports car was first introduced in 1953. The Corvette has changed a lot over the years, but it has always remained a front-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car. The new 2020 Corvette has its engine behind the seats, a change that radically alters the car's appearance and, certainly, how it will feel to drive. "In terms of comfort and fun, it still looks and feels like a Corvette, but drives better than any vehicle in Corvette history," said GM president Mark Reuss. Read more here: www.cnn.com/2019/07/18/success/gm-corvette-stingray/index.html #Cars #Corvette #CNNBusiness
It's not wrong to be creeped out by FaceApp
It's not wrong to be creeped out by FaceApp
3 months ago
FaceApp is fun, it's free, but the existential dread you feel when you stare into the eyes of your elderly self might not be the creepiest thing about the app. CNN's Jon Sarlin looks into why apps like FaceApp could be more than they seem. #Tech #FaceApp #CNNBusiness
Fed member predicts US-China trade deal won't end uncertainties
Fed member predicts US-China trade deal won't end uncertainties
3 months ago
St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard says that volatility from trade uncertainty won't end even if the US makes a trade deal with China. #Bullard #China #CNNBusiness
Fed member says rate cut is needed as trade war insurance
Fed member says rate cut is needed as trade war insurance
3 months ago
The market widely expects the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates at its next meeting on July 31. But that's a month too late, according to St. Louis Federal Reserve president James Bullard. Bullard, speaking in an exclusive interview with CNN's Julia Chatterley on the First Move show Thursday, said the Fed should cut rates now and do so one more time later this year -- mainly due to worries that a trade war with China, Europe and other parts of the world could hurt the US economy. "Trade uncertainty used to be relatively low. This used to be an issue that was on the back burner," Bullard said. "The president moved it to the front burner. Now I think trade uncertainty is high and I don't see that declining anytime soon." Read more here: www.cnn.com/2019/07/18/investing/james-bullard-st-louis-fed/index.html #Bullard #FederalReserve #CNNBusiness
Rush shipping is often free. But the environment could be paying for it
Rush shipping is often free. But the environment could be paying for it
3 months ago
Super fast shipping is the new standard in online shopping. But tight delivery windows can hurt efficiency and, ultimately, the environment. Here's what you can do to lessen your impact. #CNNBusiness
Why these retro tech gadgets are still so popular
Why these retro tech gadgets are still so popular
3 months ago
That beaten up Walkman buried in your basement might be someone's hot new accessory. The retro tech market is alive and kicking. In May, Apple refreshed the iPod touch for the first time in four years. Vinyl record sales clocked in at 400 million on average over the past four years, according to data from data tracker Statista. DVD player sales are trending downward, but they still consistently hit four million units sold every holiday quarter, even as recently as 2018. Other gadgets that have stayed the course: camcorders, radios, clock radios, desk phones, and DVRs. Millions of these are still in use in US households in 2017, according to Statista. CNN Business explains the trend of retro tech. #CNNBusiness
Jerome Powell hints that Federal Reserve may cut rates
Jerome Powell hints that Federal Reserve may cut rates
3 months ago
During his testimony before a House Financial Services committee, Federal Reserve chairman laid out the conditions of the US economy that may hint that the central bank will move to cut interest rates. #CNNBusiness #JeromePowell #FederalReserve
Billionaire Ross Perot dies at age 89
Billionaire Ross Perot dies at age 89
3 months ago
Ross Perot, the billionaire tycoon who mounted two unsuccessful third-party presidential campaigns in the 1990s, died Tuesday, family spokesman James Fuller confirmed to CNN. He was 89. #CNNBusiness
Bill Gates calls Steve Jobs a 'wizard' who saved Apple
Bill Gates calls Steve Jobs a 'wizard' who saved Apple
3 months ago
Steve Jobs was a wizard who "cast spells on people" to help keep Apple afloat during the company's darkest days, according to longtime rival Bill Gates. The Microsoft (MSFT) founder discussed his and Jobs' leadership styles with CNN's Fareed Zakaria Sunday. Both men are known for being tough leaders who foster an intense workplace culture. Gates said people often emulate the negative elements of the Apple (AAPL) founder's personality, but Jobs was also a unique leader who took Apple from near-death to its pedestal as the most valuable company in the world (before Microsoft usurped that crown this year). Apple was on the verge of bankruptcy when Jobs rejoined the company in the late 1990s; it is now worth just shy of $1 trillion. #SteveJobs #BillGates #Apple #CNNBusiness
Trump rips Federal Reserve (again), renews call for rate cut
Trump rips Federal Reserve (again), renews call for rate cut
3 months ago
President Donald Trump renewed his calls for the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates, despite a surprisingly strong jobs report. "If we had a Fed that would lower interest rates, we would be like a rocket ship," Trump said, predicting the economy would boom even more if interest rates were lower. The US economy added 224,000 jobs in June, a sharp uptick from disappointing numbers in May, according to the latest report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The central bank has held rates steady, backing off a plan to steadily raise them this year but taking a cautious approach to avoid setting off inflation. Read more here: www.cnn.com/2019/07/05/politics/federal-reserve-trump-powell-interest-rates/index.html #CNNBusiness
Analysis: Jobs spike makes it tough to cut interest rates
Analysis: Jobs spike makes it tough to cut interest rates
3 months ago
CNN's Rana Foroohar says that June's strong job report is going to make it very difficult for the Federal Reserve to justify a rate cut that the Trump administration has been pushing for. The US economy added 224,000 jobs in June, a strong comeback for the labor market after a disappointing May. The unemployment rate rose to 3.7%, the highest level since March 2019 but still historically low. The number substantially beat the expectations of analysts, who had forecast a drag on jobs because of business uncertainty around high trade tensions as well as a lackluster housing market. #jobsreport #CNNBusiness #fed
'Stranger Things 3' inspires 1980's brand nostalgia
'Stranger Things 3' inspires 1980's brand nostalgia
3 months ago
Netflix is marketing its hit show "Stranger Things" by partnering with about 75 of the world's biggest brands. The streaming service hopes it will help attract fans of 1980's nostalgia. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports. #StrangerThings #CNNBusiness #Netflix
Tenants pay $1,200 a month to rent these bunk beds
Tenants pay $1,200 a month to rent these bunk beds
3 months ago
PodShare is building co-living space where tenants pay to rent a "pod," or bunk bed, in one of its San Francisco or Los Angeles locations. #Podshare #SanFrancisco #CNNBusiness
Why Christine Lagarde is good choice for ECB president
Why Christine Lagarde is good choice for ECB president
3 months ago
Christine Lagarde, the current head of the International Monetary Fund, is not an economist but she's been tapped to be the next president of the European Central Bank. Allianz Chief Economist Mohamed El-Erian explains why he thinks Largarde is an inspiring choice to head up the ECB. #ECB #Lagarde #CNNBusiness
How Lee Iacocca became an American icon
How Lee Iacocca became an American icon
3 months ago
Auto industry icon Lee Iacocca, once one of America's highest profile business executives and credited with rescuing Chrysler from near-bankruptcy in the 1980s, has died. He was 94. He was instrumental in the creation of the Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan. Iacocca's youngest daughter confirmed he passed away of natural causes Tuesday. He is survived by two daughters and eight grandchildren. Read more here: www.cnn.com/2019/07/02/business/lee-iacocca-obituary/index.html #Iacocca #Crhysler #CNNBusiness
He designed the iPhone. Now Jony Ive is leaving Apple
He designed the iPhone. Now Jony Ive is leaving Apple
3 months ago
Apple's chief design officer, Jony Ive, is leaving the company after nearly 30 years.. Ive will start his own design company, and Apple will be one of its primary clients. He'll continue to work closely on projects for Apple (AAPL). Ive was instrumental in establishing Apple's sleek design aesthetic. He and Steve Jobs partnered on a remarkable run of products, ranging from candy-colored iMacs to the iPod and the original iPhone, that revived Apple's fortunes and made it the most valuable company in the world. His work earned him design awards, a knighthood and the company of celebrities like Bono. #JonyIve #Apple #CNNBusiness
Trump slams Federal Reserve chief: I have the right to fire him
Trump slams Federal Reserve chief: I have the right to fire him
3 months ago
CNN's Christine Romans says President Donald Trump ripped Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell during an interview on Fox Business Channel to send a signal that he wants the Federal Reserve bank to lower interest rates. #JeromePowell #FederalReserve #CNNBusiness
Disney heiress says the wealthy should be taxed more
Disney heiress says the wealthy should be taxed more
3 months ago
Disney heiress Abigail Disney explains to CNN's Don Lemon why she's a proponent of a federal wealth tax to help address income inequality. Disney is one of more than a dozen of the richest Americans who have a message for 2020 presidential candidates: Tax us more. In a letter sent to candidates, 18 members of some of the nation's wealthiest families advocated for a wealth tax on people who amassed great personal fortunes, including themselves. "We are writing to call on all candidates for president, whether they are Republicans or Democrats, to support a moderate wealth tax on the fortunes of the richest one-tenth of the richest 1% of Americans -- on us," said the letter, which was first published in the New York Times. #Disney #WealthTax #CNNBusiness
SpaceX calls Falcon Heavy launch its most difficult mission
SpaceX calls Falcon Heavy launch its most difficult mission
3 months ago
A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful launch vehicle in the world, roared into the sky overnight for what CEO Elon Musk called the "most difficult launch" his rocket company has ever attempted. The rocket carried an eclectic batch of 24 experimental satellites into space. Getting the devices to their intended orbits was expected to take hours and require some complicated maneuvering. SpaceX's customer for this mission, dubbed STP-2, is the US Department of Defense, a key customer that commercial companies such as SpaceX rely on for lucrative launch contracts. That is to say, SpaceX wanted this mission to go off without a hitch - and the primary mission, to safely deliver the rocket's payload into space, appeared to go as planned. CNN's Rachel Crane reports. #SpaceX #CNNBusiness #ElonMusk
Bill Gates would start this kind of company today
Bill Gates would start this kind of company today
3 months ago
During an event with The Economic Club in Washington, Microsoft founder Bill Gates says that the federal government should help regulate technology firms like Google and Facebook and that if he were 20-years-old today, he would start an artificial intelligence company whose goal would be to teach computers how to read. #billgates #CNNBusiness
Bernie Sanders: Tax Wall Street to forgive student loan debt
Bernie Sanders: Tax Wall Street to forgive student loan debt
3 months ago
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) offered up a plan to completely eliminate the student loan debt of every American, staking out uncharted territory in the Democratic presidential primary. The new legislation would cancel $1.6 trillion of student loan undergraduate and graduate debt for approximately 45 million people. His ambitious plan has no eligibility limitations and would be paid for with a new tax on Wall Street speculation. #Bernie Sanders #StudentLoans #CNNBusiness
What Elizabeth Warren's 'wealth tax' means for the super rich
What Elizabeth Warren's 'wealth tax' means for the super rich
3 months ago
CNN's John Avlon takes a closer look at Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) proposed "wealth tax" and how it could affect you. #Warren #WeathTax #CNNBusiness
Are US sanctions against Iran working?
Are US sanctions against Iran working?
3 months ago
President Donald Trump announced new sanctions against Iran in part to retaliate after the downing of a US drone last week, with the punitive measures targeting Iran's most senior leader, military officials and its top diplomat, Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. CNN's Richard Quests asks London School of Economics associate professor Rohan Alvandi if the US sanctions are actually working. #Iran #CNNBusiness #quest
What the Federal Reserve's rate cut decision means
What the Federal Reserve's rate cut decision means
4 months ago
The Federal Reserve held rates steady but raised the prospect for two potential rates cuts this year, as policy makers continue to weigh the right time to act amid concerns over President Donald Trump's trade policies. Jerome Powell, the president's choice to run the world's most influential central bank, is facing considerable pressure to keep the US economy steady. Concerns are intensifying that Trump's tariff strategy may end up hurting global growth. The decision also comes as Trump continues to criticize Powell, suggesting he might still be willing to try to demote the country's top central banker. CNN's Paula Newton talks to Eventshares Chief Investment Officer Ben Phillips and former JPMorgan Chase chief economist Anthony Chan about the impact on the markets and pending trade deals. #RateCut #JeromePowell #CNNBusiness
Why Shake Shack is testing a 4-day work week
Why Shake Shack is testing a 4-day work week
4 months ago
Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti tells CNN's Christine Romans how the company is competing to retain employees in a hot labor market and his strategy for dealing tariffs and trade as the company expands globally. #ShakeShack #CNNBusiness #Food
What makes Facebook's cryptocurrency different?
What makes Facebook's cryptocurrency different?
4 months ago
Facebook formally unveiled its highly-anticipated digital currency project. It's called Libra. Facebook (FB) also announced the creation of the Libra Association, an independent organization that will manage the currency, and Calibra, a unit of Facebook that will build applications related to the new digital currency. Facebook has 2.4 billion users around the world, an audience that could help it spur a bigger mainstream adoption of cryptocurrency than others have yet to generate. At the same time, the announcement comes at a critical moment in Facebook's history. The company is under regulatory and political scrutiny for its massive influence, as well as its mishandling of user data, even as it works to further extend its reach into users' lives. CNN's Clare Sebastian explains how it will be different than other blockchain cryptocurrencies. #Facebook #CryptoCurrency #CNNBusiness
Amazon condemns Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for 'starvation wages'
Amazon condemns Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for 'starvation wages'
4 months ago
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for being a billionaire while his company pays its warehouse workers "starvation wages." Amazon says Ocasio-Cortez is "just wrong." In an interview with ABC News' "This Week," the New York Democrat blasted Amazon, claiming low worker pay contributes to Bezos' status as the world's richest person. Amazon (AMZN) retorted in a tweet saying the company pays a $15 minimum wage and offers full benefits on employees' first days on the job. The company also noted that it has lobbied to raise the federal minimum wage. #Amazon #AOC #CNNBusiness
Google CEO says YouTube must do better policing hate
Google CEO says YouTube must do better policing hate
4 months ago
In an exclusive interview with CNN's Poppy Harlow, Google CEO Sundar Pichai talked about how his company must do a better job policing hate on RUvideos, the looming antitrust probe by the US government and his journey from not owning a computer to running one of the largest tech companies in the world. #Google #SundarPichai #CNNBusiness
Huawei says US ban will cost it $30 billion in lost sales
Huawei says US ban will cost it $30 billion in lost sales
4 months ago
Huawei will miss sales forecasts by about $30 billion over the next couple of years because of a US campaign against its business, the founder and CEO of the Chinese tech company said Monday. "In the next two years, I think we will reduce our capacity, our revenue will be down by about $30 billion compared to the forecast, so our sales revenue this year and next year will be about $100 billion," Ren Zhengfei said during a panel discussion at Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen. Sales last year grew by about 20% to 721 billion yuan ($104 billion). The embattled Chinese tech firm has since become a flashpoint in the US-China trade war. The Trump administration delivered a huge blow on May 16, when it added Huawei to a blacklist that bars US companies from selling it technology without first obtaining a US government license. #Huawei #CNNBusiness #trade
Why tanker attack isn't freaking out oil futures
Why tanker attack isn't freaking out oil futures
4 months ago
CNN's John Defterios explains why oil and crude futures did not sustain a spike following the attack on an oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman when historically, volatility in the Strait of Hormuz would trigger a dramatic move in oil markets. #Oil #Gulf #CNNBusiness
Why the Strait of Hormuz is vital to the world's oil
Why the Strait of Hormuz is vital to the world's oil
4 months ago
The Strait of Hormuz is the only way to move oil from the Persian Gulf to the world's oceans. For that reason, any threats to the area rattle oil markets. #oilprices #CNNBusiness
Spotify is known for music. Now it wants to own podcasts
Spotify is known for music. Now it wants to own podcasts
4 months ago
Next in Spotify's queue: Podcasts. The music streaming giant re-designed its app to make access to your podcasts as easy as your music library. #Spotify #Music #CNNBusiness
Tyson, KFC to offer meat-free chicken
Tyson, KFC to offer meat-free chicken
4 months ago
Tyson, one of the world's biggest meat producers, is entering the alternative meat space. It's not what you think. The company said it plans to launch a line of chicken-free (but not egg free) chicken nugget alternatives, as well as burger patties made with a combination of beef and plants. In a similar move, KFC is jumping on the meat-free bandwagon, launching a vegan version of its signature crispy chicken burger in the United Kingdom. The fast food chain is calling its first plant-based offering "The Imposter." The burger, which uses a Quorn fillet and vegan mayo, will be sold at select restaurants for four weeks starting June 17. #KFC #Meatless #CNNBusiness
Oil tanker attack sets energy markets on edge
Oil tanker attack sets energy markets on edge
4 months ago
Crude oil futures surged more than 4% after two tankers were attacked in the Gulf of Oman, a key waterway used to transport energy supplies from the Middle East. The Japanese owner of the Kokuka Courageous told CNN the 27,000-ton tanker had been attacked "by some sort of shell" off Fujairah, a port in the United Arab Emirates. The ship suffered damage to its starboard hull. The ship's operator, Singapore-based BSM Ship Management, said in a statement that the Kokuka Courageous was about 14 nautical miles from the coast of Iran. A second tanker, the Front Altair, was also attacked while sailing between the UAE and Iran, the Norwegian Maritime Agency said in a statement. #Oman #Tanker #CNNBusiness
This could be the fastest sedan ever built
This could be the fastest sedan ever built
4 months ago
The new Bentley Flying Spur sedan looks like a limousine, but it can go over 200 miles per hour. #Bentley #CNNBusiness #Cars
Google was once called Backrub? These name changes will surprise you
Google was once called Backrub? These name changes will surprise you
4 months ago
Many of the most known companies have rebranded by changing their name - some successfully and some not so much. #Google #CNNBusiness
Why it's getting harder to spot Deepfake videos
Why it's getting harder to spot Deepfake videos
4 months ago
Lawmakers are concerned that deepfake videos could be used to influence the 2020 election. Now the U.S. government is working to create technology to detect them. #Deepfakes #CNNBusiness #2020
Fly inside Uber's new air taxi cabin
Fly inside Uber's new air taxi cabin
4 months ago
Here's what Uber Air's in-flight customer experience will look like. The company plans to offer aerial ridesharing in 2023. #Uber #CNNBusiness
How Coca Cola comes up with new flavors
How Coca Cola comes up with new flavors
4 months ago
New soda flavors aren't always a hit, but Coke CTO Nancy Quan explains how the company tries to use data to get ahead of global trends. #CocaCola #Coke #CNNBusiness
Bill Maher: I don't trust the news media
Bill Maher: I don't trust the news media
4 months ago
Bill Maher, host of HBO's "Real Time," says he doesn't have a lot of faith in the news media because they are now beholden to stockholders and says that a big part of President Donald Trump's appeal is that he is not politically correct. From CNN's Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo. #Cuomo #Maher #CNNBusiness
Microsoft unveils new Xbox console dubbed 'Project Scarlett'
Microsoft unveils new Xbox console dubbed 'Project Scarlett'
4 months ago
Microsoft has pulled back the curtain on a new Xbox console. The tech company announced that the console - codenamed 'Project Scarlett' - will debut at the end of next year. Microsoft said it is "four times" as powerful as the Xbox One X and comes with more memory, higher resolution, and better graphics. "A console should be built and optimized for one thing, and one thing only: games," said Phil Spencer, executive VP of gaming at Microsoft. What that translates into, according to Xbox staff in a teaser video, is faster loading screens for gamers. #Xbox #ProjectScarlett #CNNBusiness
Why your next hamburger may be meatless
Why your next hamburger may be meatless
4 months ago
Beyond Meat's shares soared in its market debut. The popularity of plant-based proteins is part of a meatless revolution that has a number of companies attempting to cash in. #Meatless #food #CNNBusiness
Lab grown meat is Silicon Valley's next big thing
Lab grown meat is Silicon Valley's next big thing
4 months ago
Meat consumption is one of the biggest factors contributing to climate change and world pollution, according to the UN. But in San Francisco startups such as JUST or New Age Meats have developed a cell-based meat product that tastes and looks like chicken or pork. #Food #SiliconValley #CNNBusiness
Jim Acosta fires back at Trump's media attacks in new book
Jim Acosta fires back at Trump's media attacks in new book
4 months ago
CNN's Jim Acosta says he decided to write his new book "The Enemy of the People" as a response to President Donald Trump's attacks on the media and to underscore the importance of a free press in the United States. #JimAcosta #Trump #CNNBusiness
May's weak job numbers latest sign of US economic slowdown
May's weak job numbers latest sign of US economic slowdown
4 months ago
The disappointing May jobs report is just the latest sign that the US economy is running out of gas after a decade-long expansion. Economists had expressed hope that the labor market would remain solid, despite growing worries about US tariffs imposed on China and Mexico and trade tension with other key partners such as the European Union and Japan. But Friday's jobs numbers are an undoubtedly troubling sign. CNN's Christine Romans reports with analysis from Rana Faroohar and Grant Thornton Chief Economist Diane Swonk. Read more here: www.cnn.com/2019/06/07/investing/jobs-report-economy-slowdown-recession-signs/index.html #Jobs #Economy #CNNBusiness
Why Google and Facebook are terrible for journalism
Why Google and Facebook are terrible for journalism
4 months ago
Facebook and Google control 60% of the online ad market. Here's why that's bad for journalism -- and democracy. #CNNBusiness #google #facebook
Fiat calls off proposed Renault merger, blames France
Fiat calls off proposed Renault merger, blames France
4 months ago
Fiat Chrysler has withdrawn its proposal to merge with French automaker Renault - a deal that would have reshaped the global auto industry and helped the carmakers compete in the race for electric and self-driving vehicles. The company said Wednesday that it "has become clear that the political conditions in France do not currently exist for such a combination to proceed successfully." Earlier in the day, Renault (RNLSY) said that the French government had requested its board of directors postpone the vote on the merger. France, which owns 15% of Renault and is the company's largest shareholder, had previously indicated that it would support a merger if the companies protected French jobs and auto plants. Renault said in a statement on Thursday that it was disappointed not to be able to pursue the merger, which it said had "great financial merit" and "compelling industrial logic." #CNNBusiness #Fiat #Renault
Humanoid robot can draw pictures from sight
Humanoid robot can draw pictures from sight
4 months ago
Ai-Da -- a humanoid robot artist -- can draw people from sight with the help of AI processes and algorithms, and is set to have a solo exhibition at Oxford University. #CNNBusiness #Robot
Carlos Maza rips YouTube over homophobic videos targeting him
Carlos Maza rips YouTube over homophobic videos targeting him
4 months ago
Vox's Carlos Maza speaks with CNN's Jon Sarlin about RUvideos's decision to keep up videos from prominent right wing personality Steven Crowder who created videos attacking Maza with homophobic and racist slurs. #CarlosMaza #StevenCrowder #CNNBusiness
Global recession fears fueled by Trump's trade war
Global recession fears fueled by Trump's trade war
4 months ago
Some economic analysts and forecasters are sounding the alarm that President Donald Trump's trade wars could be leading the global economy toward a crash. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports. #CNNBusiness #Tariffs #Trump
CNN's Stelter rips police raid on Australian TV journalists
CNN's Stelter rips police raid on Australian TV journalists
4 months ago
CNN's Brian Stelter calls the police raids on journalists in Australia and the US appalling as advocacy groups warn they challenge the idea of a freedom of the press. Two police raids in two days on Australia's national broadcaster and a prominent journalist have raised concerns about press freedom in the country. Police searched the offices of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in Sydney on Wednesday, saying in a statement they were acting on a "referral" from the country's defense forces over "allegations of publishing classified material." ABC linked the police investigation to a series of stories it published in 2017 called "The Afghan Files," which revealed allegations of unlawful killings and misconduct by Australian special forces in Afghanistan. The network slammed the raids and vowed to stand by its journalists. "This is a serious development and raises legitimate concerns over freedom of the press and proper public scrutiny of national security and defense matters," ABC Managing Director David Anderson said in a statement emailed to CNN. "The ABC stands by its journalists, will protect its sources and continue to report without fear or favor on national security and intelligence issues when there is a clear public interest," he added. #CNNBusiness #CNN #Media
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple face antitrust scrutiny
Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple face antitrust scrutiny
4 months ago
Government regulators have negotiated to split up oversight of Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple, with the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission moving toward a new probe of Google, according to reporting by CNN's Brian Fung. Frustrated that those regulators are moving too slowly, Congress, with support from Democrats and Republicans, will use its investigative power for a top-to-bottom review of the tech industry, and focus on the biggest companies. Congress cannot break up companies under existing laws, but it could cook up new ones -- and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who's established herself as Democrats' big ideas leader in 2020, already has a plan to break up the largest tech monopolies. Warren's gripe is that the largest tech companies favor their own products, something known as "platform privilege," which crowds out every other player. #facebook #business #CNN
Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell sparks market surge
Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell sparks market surge
4 months ago
US markets are making a turnaround after the Federal Reserve indicated that it would keep the expansion going however possible. CNN's Julia Chatterley and Paul La Monica report. US markets opened higher, and those gains accelerated after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said that the central bank was closely monitoring developments on the trade front. "As always, we will act as appropriate to sustain the expansion," he said at a monetary policy conference in Chicago. Powell's remarks came a day after St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the central bank may need to cut interest rates soon amid concerns about weak inflation and risks to economic growth. Although Powell didn't echo Bullard's more explicit expectation for a rate cut, investors seems to have heard all they needed to hear. #Markets #Business #CNN
Apple breaks up iTunes, improves sign in
Apple breaks up iTunes, improves sign in
4 months ago
The music industry has changed dramatically since Apple disrupted the way people buy songs and albums nearly two decades ago. So Apple is phasing out iTunes in favor of three more modern apps. Apple announced that iTunes will be replaced by a trio of desktop apps called Music, TV and Podcasts -- similar to how these services are already divided on iPhones and iPads. It will still exist as a standalone iOS app and on Windows PCs. Previous purchases and libraries will be maintained in each new app on Mac computers, a spokesperson told CNN Business. #apple #business #cnn
El-Erian predicts market tantrum unless Fed signals rate cut
El-Erian predicts market tantrum unless Fed signals rate cut
4 months ago
Allianz chief economic adviser Mohamed El-Erian is calling for the Federal Reserve to signal the start of a rate cutting cycle to keep the US markets from having a "tantrum."
Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: Everything you need to know
Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: Everything you need to know
4 months ago
Step inside Star Wars Galaxy's Edge, the largest ever expansion at Disneyland. See the rides, the food and the characters that Disney hopes will bring its rumored billion-dollar investment to life.
Trump economist says tariffs, deficits are bad for US
Trump economist says tariffs, deficits are bad for US
4 months ago
Outgoing White House economist Kevin Hassett voiced concern on Monday about the consequences of America's trade wars and rising mountain of debt, two of the legacies of the first two years of the Trump administration. Hassett told CNN's Poppy Harlow there are growing risks to the economic outlook because of mounting trade tensions with China and now Mexico. "The uncertainty about the forecast is much higher than the last time we talked," Hassett said, referring to his last CNN interview a month ago.
Pamanthony Willoughby
Pamanthony Willoughby - 21 minute ago
We are trying to dig out of the mess you and Obama left Your an As**ole .If anything happens to our economy you and the money you stole and the Trillions Obama wasted and the Democrats still hurting the country.You will all be at fault.
Douglas Lee
Douglas Lee - 24 minutes ago
$200 for 5 min. It's sweet. Only thing is that it can possibly be more than you domestic flight. Then again, if you riding 'the choppa' your probably not flying coach :)
James Deam
James Deam - 25 minutes ago
Helicopters are so incredibly dangerous. I would never step foot in one
David Mullis
David Mullis - 42 minutes ago
They succeed because they are a new commodity. People will flock towards things that are out of the ordinary but as soon as something becomes common place: then people tend to not want it as much.
Bob deep
Bob deep - 42 minutes ago
What a bizarre obnoxious piece of shit
Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa - 44 minutes ago
No one: Absolutely no one: Mark: SeNaToR..
krazieman69
krazieman69 - 51 minute ago
I’ve done Blade a few times. Uber May be better cause it comes with the endpoint transportation. With blade I had to add in an Uber ride from east lounge to midtown
kab00mKap0w
kab00mKap0w - 58 minutes ago
Misleading title. It’s just a collection of sales pitches.
Brad Morrison
Brad Morrison - Hour ago
Hahaha fucking rich people
Akash Singh Thakur
Akash Singh Thakur - Hour ago
With car only 40mins,, with copter 45 mins,, thrice coslty,, clearly not justified in terms of urgency,,
Mr1cabbage1
Mr1cabbage1 - Hour ago
You make me sick..always complaining about how much more white people should do for black people..black millionaires won't invest or believe in black talent as there made most of there money selling black people out..the majority of investment for twelve years a slave came from white investors so did any come from oprah, jz,densil,..no it came from whites and why bitch about not winning Oscars..this is the pinicle of white achievements so create your bloody own and stop licking with your tounge deep into white people's arses for a piece of the flavour.. absolute sellouts..just as they support there's you support yours..this only makes sense or are you still confused.
kickyim
kickyim - Hour ago
“We want a game of chess where we have chess pieces and they have checker pieces” - Brilliant
Higgs Prime
Higgs Prime - Hour ago
its $200 coz she was standing outside the heli station during offpeak.
Ashwani Kumar
Ashwani Kumar - Hour ago
Why i cannot listen it.
Brian Breezy
Brian Breezy - Hour ago
1:33 was that Falcon on the left?
halkatgp
halkatgp - Hour ago
Can you rate the pilot? Do they offer free gum like cars? 😁
Heart c
Heart c - Hour ago
They can not afford a room somewhere for 600,700 dollars???U re kidding me?with bills electricity,water all together 1000 and they don t have 1000 dol???
Glass of water
Glass of water - 2 hours ago
Borderlands players, anyone?
Beverley Lumb
Beverley Lumb - 2 hours ago
I'm sorry but I think there should be no daca there are Americans who are dreamers and they can't get on look after them first and War vetrons are not exactly taken care of it should be them first apart from anything she sounds like she is complaining we don't get this and we don't get that etc
Yash
Yash - 2 hours ago
Yay
Ari kaufman
Ari kaufman - 2 hours ago
I would be down for this, good idea.
James Segrest
James Segrest - 2 hours ago
Who takes a helicopter to JFK... Hello you use it to get to Teterboro, to get to your private jet.
El Ingles
El Ingles - 2 hours ago
I am so proud of you for making the right choices.The Demo rats are users,much love from England.At long last we can be free again.!!
arlyy
arlyy - 2 hours ago
0:23 bruh
Tim Kasey
Tim Kasey - 2 hours ago
Why are you having kids you can't afford!? This should be considered child abuse and the kids taken away. Too much bleeding hearts out there... Calling me racist is your way of covering up the aiding and abetting of child abuse!! You are part of the problem, I am part of the solution.
willis mckay
willis mckay - 2 hours ago
cash is not just for poor people you folks, are you that stupid you don't understand cash means freedom ????? banning cash is tyranny !!!!
Mark Williams
Mark Williams - 2 hours ago
Nice!!!
Clumsy Player
Clumsy Player - 2 hours ago
I think the last question pisses him off the most...
kteam 11
kteam 11 - 3 hours ago
Police: Did you kill the man? Suspect: No. Police: You were supposed to answer yes to that question.
Jackson B
Jackson B - 3 hours ago
It's like grandparents asking their grandchildren about the latest tech
Aaron Gilliam
Aaron Gilliam - 3 hours ago
You have to think about this also you got thousands of cars are traveling on the Expressway but you happen to pull over this car and it's loaded with drugs people don't be stupid police lie all the time think about this how many times a year do you see a police dog in a car probably not at all but they always seem to have a dog in the car when they pull over a truck or car on the expressway the bottom line is somebody Narc their ass out and they were sitting back and waiting
Rhyno Souris
Rhyno Souris - 3 hours ago
Hand out free mega-doses of fentanol to each new retiree. Eventually, the problem will resolve itself
Aaron Gilliam
Aaron Gilliam - 3 hours ago
They done that to me before they pulled me over he asked could he search my car I told him no he called for a K-9 the K-9 arrived he went around my car the dog didn't sniff, bark, or Neil but the officer is going to throw a treat in air as if the dog hit on something so he can search your vehicle a lawyer friend of mine told me that's the tactics they use if you go to court most of the time you not going to beat the case because they going to make it seem like maybe somebody was in your car with marijuana and the smell may have been left in your car that is bulshit so they can search your car and try to come up on something on a humble
Aaron Gilliam
Aaron Gilliam - 3 hours ago
Don't believe the hype they always tell you that it was some type of traffic violation and they discovered all these drugs the bottom line is they were tipped off so they have to come up with an excuse for pulling the truck over they already know the drug were in there
Austin Davidson
Austin Davidson - 3 hours ago
Dear cnn, you suck. Nobody watches your network except idiot libtard soi boys and girls. Youre done!!!!
Powerflinch
Powerflinch - 3 hours ago
Amazing new world.
Christian Suarez
Christian Suarez - 3 hours ago
Better get me straight to the terminal
Sambit Dash
Sambit Dash - 4 hours ago
The only thing is affordable for me is u, Samantha. Why to spend that much on a helicopter, I have a car and I can give u a free ride.
A-LIFT
A-LIFT - 4 hours ago
I wonder if this price is just for one person..
Mlungisi Mangena
Mlungisi Mangena - 4 hours ago
I respect your opinions my president. Guys rights or not isn't the priority for now
Jacob Setser
Jacob Setser - 4 hours ago
Only way I’m taking that is if I get wine a blow job and free tickets to Disneyworld
Saugat Timilsina
Saugat Timilsina - 5 hours ago
What if a terrorost booked it and tried to do a mini 9/11? Just curious about the security...
Being shabzzz
Being shabzzz - 5 hours ago
Nice video will this come in India as well
Q Co
Q Co - 5 hours ago
Red p In the
Being shabzzz
Being shabzzz - 5 hours ago
Good experience also I am working uber for business sales in India
Lover Of Tar
Lover Of Tar - 6 hours ago
Mark :oh yes i got accepted Me: Aaaaaaa oooooo huuuuu yeeeeesssssssssssss i got accepteeeeeeeeeeeed.Moooooom Daaaaaaaaad.
Paul Britton
Paul Britton - 6 hours ago
What ever you need to tell yourself to sleep at night.The Human Ego?On the plantation or off.Human doing or an Human Being.Fact or a feeling.Suicide stats dont lie.Meeeer
nidaliti
nidaliti - 6 hours ago
the jobs are not coming back and to add insult to injury $2 trillion tax cuts went straight to the super rich out of the pockets of the poor and the middle class .When you wear a hat that says make America great again and you look inside it’s made in China I rest my case
Elcor Ambassador
Elcor Ambassador - 6 hours ago
The robot is malfunctioning.
davidpar2
davidpar2 - 6 hours ago
I don’t know who’s dumber-the people who actually believe this crap or the people shilling this crap who actually believe the rest of us are ever going to believe this crap
Antonio Lobos
Antonio Lobos - 6 hours ago
Communist news network = Fake news.
Боб Дубровский
Боб Дубровский - 7 hours ago
"UTOS is device testing security systems, you can check for the reliability of car alarm, automatic gate, garage, warehouse, etc. The device can not only open, but also start a car !!! If you are interested, write!"
VolvoTruckLover
VolvoTruckLover - 7 hours ago
Uber Car Uber Truck Uber Helicopter Uber Plane Uber Bus Uber Drone Uber Boat Uber Ship Uber Exotic Car Uber HELICOPTER
Hullo Pillow
Hullo Pillow - 7 hours ago
When will Uber ever generate a profit ?
Michelle Marie
Michelle Marie - 7 hours ago
For the daughter i have to day its not the president or the system its the fact that she chose a stupid degree
Wolfsschanze
Wolfsschanze - 7 hours ago
But you didn't answer the question lol Typical CNN clickbait
M. Saleh
M. Saleh - 7 hours ago
So there's no TSA check in? Like there's crazy people out there. Never know what's going to happen to these pilots.
Bryce Smith
Bryce Smith - 7 hours ago
Nothing about how they essentially funded the rise against truths about global warming?
Ali Qazilbash
Ali Qazilbash - 7 hours ago
What’s up? ..... Mark
Kvr3005
Kvr3005 - 7 hours ago
As a Canadian, I'm surprised as so much of our manufacturing has gone to the US & Mexico in the post NAFTA years.
Kaesewicht
Kaesewicht - 7 hours ago
They are one of the reasons why people get fat.
PRO Captains
PRO Captains - 8 hours ago
We had this shit in dubai , which year you guys living in😂
Trollocs
Trollocs - 8 hours ago
This man is a hero!
Trollocs
Trollocs - 8 hours ago
Why is this something to defend... what the fuck is our world today?
IVAN SALDANA
IVAN SALDANA - 8 hours ago
when baby boomers trying to understand internet 😂😂
Tommy Apples
Tommy Apples - 8 hours ago
Point is they printed the slander. Without fact checking. They only "exposed" this because to try to cover for their insane levels of bias. Two rules at cnn and wapo Any allegation about a republican is true. Any allegation about a Democrat is false.
Malleable Existence
Malleable Existence - 8 hours ago
Thank you
Quick_Trip
Quick_Trip - 9 hours ago
“The dowg”
hulksmash05
hulksmash05 - 9 hours ago
Uber Airlines
Joseph Zao
Joseph Zao - 9 hours ago
Lord Lieutenant Sir William Bromley Davenport first cousin on my Father's side, there is a serious break in English Family Law on your personal record. Prince Charles told you, he has "never seen abandonment of one's own family for "lucre win"".You answer to those laws internal to England and fit "awkward" also. Wimpy?
The universe Gamer
The universe Gamer - 9 hours ago
In India The helicopter ride is of $15
Battering Juggernauts
Battering Juggernauts - 9 hours ago
Thank God school is over for me
Blog4Justice
Blog4Justice - 9 hours ago
Shove your emoluments, CNN. You are Very Fake News!
lindsey607
lindsey607 - 9 hours ago
If they were smart, they would release a 3 barrel 22, that can fire both the longrifle n the 22mag. I'm sure it would be a hit. Especially if they can keep the price reasonable, say under $450. Just a thought.
The Anti-Feminist
The Anti-Feminist - 10 hours ago
There's a breaking new story on this. It's now admitted that the FBI had/has possession of Seth's laptop and was examining it. There are active lawsuits and investigations going on into this story. The truth is going to eventually come out and their whole conspiracy will be exposed for a scam. They also fail to mention in this that Podesta's email wasn't even "hacked." He just fell for a simple phishing scheme and his password was stupid easy and he had no 2 step verification. These people just lie and lie. Do they really think with the internet they can keep trying to control the narrative like this? Pathetic and totally lacking in ethics.
Roo oo
Roo oo - 10 hours ago
1:41 the only smart one
Julius Zavala
Julius Zavala - 10 hours ago
Yay I got accepted
eric felder
eric felder - 10 hours ago
He's Lieing And If You Go To HR You Won't Have A Job. Politics Plays A Big Part In Rising To PA TRAINER ETC. I've Seen People Get Higher Titles Because Of Who They Hang Around And Race Plays A Big Part As well Definitely
Garry Maxwell
Garry Maxwell - 10 hours ago
back when he's still human
Sherlock BONES
Sherlock BONES - 10 hours ago
This is amazing
Project Boys
Project Boys - 10 hours ago
I'm in Amish country right now.....2am they're already prepping the horse to plow by 4am. They tell you they get up at 4, they're really up at 2am getting ready to start at 4am. #respect
Nils Smith
Nils Smith - 11 hours ago
Seems ridiculous but I still want to try it
Phil Gensee
Phil Gensee - 11 hours ago
That pilot is making bank
Farious Marious
Farious Marious - 11 hours ago
I'd just take the helicopter for the heck of it
iceturtle 1025
iceturtle 1025 - 11 hours ago
The one time I felt bad for Zuckerberg
DADAMON 99
DADAMON 99 - 11 hours ago
Lovecraft.
Sarah McGee
Sarah McGee - 11 hours ago
I DON'T UNDERSTAND THIS: YOU DON'T HAVE TO LIVE IN CA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
iceturtle 1025
iceturtle 1025 - 11 hours ago
Boomer alert
iliovecaRS
iliovecaRS - 11 hours ago
Bizet!
Sean Ferree
Sean Ferree - 11 hours ago
That bunk bed setup is stellar
Alexander Zelenov
Alexander Zelenov - 11 hours ago
0:19 I also can see this chopper ride include 5 seats in the fare. It’s really cheap
Breh Breh
Breh Breh - 12 hours ago
VIP service + Nice views + Reaching the airport in style and on time whilst avoiding the frustrating traffic during rush hours , fuck yess !! ! $200 is nothing lol ...
Miss Sincere
Miss Sincere - 12 hours ago
Idk what it is but, this man is a Devil.
CloudEscolar
CloudEscolar - 12 hours ago
Helicopters to airports aren’t a new thing
kimmiley moore
kimmiley moore - 12 hours ago
But me going to a hbcu I am happy with seeing my skin color my hair people going through my struggles.
kimmiley moore
kimmiley moore - 12 hours ago
In hbcu we are strong black people we don't hate nor discriminate
nandor
nandor - 12 hours ago
According to CNN the men's right movement and MGTOW are anti-black racist? WTF? They are really fake news.
Cody Mcgonagill
Cody Mcgonagill - 12 hours ago
Why do Democrats think everybody's stupid FYI Window lickers you can't make anything without oil everything from your deodorant clothes computers cell phones you name it has petroleum products in it and if it doesn't the machines fat build the products do.
TheOuterLimits
TheOuterLimits - 12 hours ago
Its like trying to run the latest games in win98 pc. Its juat not compatible.
Daniel Russell
Daniel Russell - 12 hours ago
Why is the ball going the same direction as the roulette wheel at 0:48?