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Top CEOs' awkward relationship with Trump

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The nation's best-known executives were willing to meet with the president. But they have long been wary.

4 things to know before the bell


1. Stock rally fizzles: U.S. stocks are near all-time highs but the recent rally seems to have fizzled out, in part because of President Trump's growing isolation. U.S. stock futures were flat ahead of the open.

Neo-Nazi website loses protection from key tech firm

Cloudflare said claims that it secretly supported the Daily Stormer site were the last straw.

Apple's Tim Cook: I disagree with Trump

Apple is donating $2 million to groups "working to rid our country of hate," CEO Tim Cook said in an email to employees.

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Neo-Nazi website's return via Russian help proves short-lived

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White supremacist and neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer found a temporary refuge on the Russian Internet, after U.S. providers canceled its registrations.


Charlottesville is giving Vice News a breakout moment


When my mom shared Vice's documentary about Charlottesville on Facebook, that's when I knew it had really broken through.


For CEO President, business panels' collapse is a stunning rebuke


The collapse of President Trump's business councils this week signifies a stunning and unprecedented rebuke to a president who prides himself on being business friendly.


Facebook's Zuckerberg condemns hate groups

Facebook CEO says its a "disgrace" people need to say white supremacist groups are wrong.


Squarespace is latest to purge white-supremacist sites after Charlottesville

A Change.org petition is urging Squarespace to stop hosting white supremacist groups on its platform.

'March on Google' is off, organizers say

Rallies were slated to happen in at least nine major US cities on Saturday in protest of Google for firing James Damore.

Trump's business councils collapse after remarks


Trump said on Twitter on Wednesday that he was disbanding both groups.


Fed leader: We're halfway there on interest rate hikes


San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams spoke to CNNMoney Tuesday about the U.S. economy.

How companies are cashing in on the solar eclipse

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U.S. businesses across the country want to cash in on the upcoming total solar eclipse with unique merchandise.


Day 1 of NAFTA talks: 'This agreement has failed'


President Trump's trade team didn't mince words on the first day of trade talks with Canada and Mexico.

PayPal quietly cracks down on white-supremacists

PayPal has blocked payments to several white supremacists accounts in the wake of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.


Racial justice group to Pepsi CEO: Dump Trump now

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Indra Nooyi, the CEO of Pepsi and one of the most powerful women and minorities in business, is being aggressively pressured by a racial justice group to quit President Trump's advisory council.

UK unemployment at a 42-year low

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The number of Brits in work is at a record high, but many won't be celebrating.


'Game of Thrones' suffers another leak

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'Game of Thrones' has suffered its second confirmed leak of season seven. Sunday's episode was released early in Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.

Jeep owner Fiat Chrysler shares jump 13% on takeover talk


Fiat Chrysler shares have gone crazy this week on speculation that the automaker could be bought.


Trump vs. Amazon: The businessman president?

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Donald Trump fashions himself as a CEO president. But he's feuding with one of America's most famous, most respected and wealthiest business leaders -- Amazon's Jeff Bezos -- mainly because the company is so successful.

Wednesday, Aug 16

China is America's biggest creditor once again

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America again owes more money to China than any other nation.

Air Berlin files for bankruptcy, but passengers needn't panic just yet

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Air Berlin has gone bankrupt after Etihad refused to pump in any more cash. But the German airline will keep flying for now thanks to a government loan.

Renegotiating NAFTA in 14 easy steps


Here are the steps needed for the United States, Mexico and Canada to ratify a new trade agreement.

Trump has now lost 6 members of his manufacturing council since Charlottesville


The leaders of Merck, Under Armour, the Alliance for American Manufacturing, Intel and the AFL-CIO have quit a presidential manufacturing council and condemned racism.

Tuesday, Aug 15

Would firing Bannon turn Breitbart against Trump?


If White House chief strategist Steve Bannon does indeed lose his job, President Donald Trump might lose more than just a top adviser. The ouster could cost Trump one of his most vocal media cheerleaders.

Fired Google engineer: 'I do not support the alt-right'

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James Damore, the former Google engineer who was fired over his controversial diversity post, distances himself from the alt-right movement.

Germany's Aldi takes on Amazon in food delivery fight

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Germany's discount grocery giant Aldi is fighting to dominate the market for on-demand food deliveries in the U.S.

Merck CEO quits Trump council over Charlottesville

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Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier is quitting President Trump's manufacturing council in an effort to "take a stand against intolerance and extremism."

Monday, Aug 14

Trump gets tough on trade with China


President Trump signed a memorandum Monday that directs the U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to determine if an investigation is needed into alleged Chinese trade practices.

Why Bitcoin has doubled in value in a month

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A unit of the digital currency is now worth over $4,000, extending its record breaking run.

How China squeezes tech secrets from U.S. companies

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U.S. businesses in China have complained about intellectual property theft for years as Beijing has sought to turn the country into a hi-tech manufacturing powerhouse.

Chinese media: Trump's trade probe will 'poison' relations

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American threats to get tough on trade with China won't help solve the crisis over North Korea.

Sunday, Aug 13

Trump's team to begin NAFTA talks this week

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The Trump administration officially begins renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, this week. A new deal was one of President Trump's core campaign promises.

WH to look into China's trade practices

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President Trump on Friday night informed China's leader that he's preparing to order an investigation into Chinese trade practices next week, a senior administration official told CNN.

Virginia governor to white supremacists: 'Go home ... shame on you'

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Alt-right activists held torches and marched late Friday through the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville.

Facebook finds a way into China

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Facebook has been banned from China for years, but a new app is showing up in the country that appears to be a sneaky way into the market.

Saturday, Aug 12

SpaceX to launch powerful computer

When the Falcon 9 rocket blasts off on Monday, one of the items on board will be a supercomputer built by Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Fired engineer: Google tried to shame me

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James Damore, the Google engineer fired after writing a controversial 3,300-word memo on diversity, is questioning why Google pushed him out when it did.