- America's most prominent black CEO to retireLongtime chief of financial services giant guided his company through Sept. 11 attacks and global financial crisis
- Black Monday 1987: How big is risk of another crash?Dow and S&P 500 saw their worst loss ever -- more than 20% in a single day -- 30 years ago on Oct. 19. Might history repeat itself?
- Corporations to keep tax break millions would losePresident Trump's plan to end deduction for state and local taxes would affect individuals and companies unevenly
- More and more cars don't have spare tiresChanging a flat tire is no fun, but it turns out many drivers couldn't if they wanted to. A new report finds many new cars do not come with a spare tire. CBS News' Kenneth Craig reports.
- Prospect of "no deal" Brexit looms larger and largerAs March 2019 deadline approaches without any sign of agreement between London, Europe, some worry while other take heart
- IBM shares soar on earnings surpriseStocks opened higher Wednesday, putting major indexes on track for more records
- A billion people need power. They'll likely skip the gridIn poor, rural parts of the globe, the most direct way to get power might be straight from above
- Lego unveils "Women of NASA" set with Sally Ride minifigureThree years after the toymaker's first female scientist set sold out, its newest toy focuses on four women pioneers in the STEM fields
- Twitter declares war on hateful, abusive tweetsCEO Jack Dorsey is promising a wave of new policies and actions aimed at doing a lot more to protect its users
- After fires, some of Calif. wine industry could go up in smokeMore than 30 wineries were destroyed or damaged after the wildfires broke out early last week in Northern California
- A tough question for U.S. cities: is Amazon's HQ2 worth it?Amazon is promising $5 billion in investment and 50,000 jobs, but the HQ2 city's tax base may erode due to incentives and tax breaks
- Dow 23,000: The latest push hides lingering risksWall Street's relentless rise to new highs is built on undercurrents that don't bode well
- Nielsen says it will start measuring Netflix streamingThe new data from the measurement service will shed light on which online shows are hits and which aren't scoring with audiences
- What's behind the recent stock market surge?Wall Street hit a new milestone Tuesday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average soared past 23,000 for the first time. It closed just below that mark, gaining 40 points for the day. Since the start of 2017, the Dow has climbed more than 3,000 points. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" with what's behind the record-setting surge.
- The 9 most underpaid jobs in AmericaWorkers often earns thousands of dollars less than they should because of uncertainty over their market worth
- Fire at huge oil refinery may impact SoCal gas pricesFlames sent smoke into nearby neighborhoods, and police advised people to close their windows
- How GPS watches can put kids in harm's wayA consumer group's testing finds some devices are easily hackable and allow strangers to track kids
- The old standby your car may not have todayTo save weight and boost mileage, carmakers have been eliminating spare tires -- which could mean trouble for you
- Network investigating accusation of sexual harassment by Bob WeinsteinThe accusation came to light just two weeks after the explosive story broke about allegations of sexual harassment and assault by Harvey Weinstein
- Harvey Weinstein resigns from board of company he startedIn a statement, the Board of Directors said Weinstein resigned
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