Does Kim Kardashian's SEC fine mark the end of the crypto-celebrity gold rush?

Kim Kardashian's SEC fine marks the end of the crypto-celebrity gold rush, says CNN.com's John Sutter. Sutter asks: Does Kim Kardashian's fine mark the end for the crypto gold rush? Sutter: Does...

I'm misinterpreting this, right? CDS spike doesn't mean all these banks are going bankrupt?

CDS spike doesn't mean all these banks are going bankrupt, says CNN's John Sutter. Sutter: Is there any reason CDS can spike aside from banks clearly being about to go bankrupt? No comments yet on...

Are we about to lose a lot of money together?

CNN's John Sutter asks: Are we about to lose a lot of money together? Sutter: Are the Credit Suisse issues and the rate hikes from around the world going to make the stock market a hole where you...

Final GDP reading likely to confirm US economy entered a recession in the spring

Did the U.S. economy slide into a recession in the first half of the year? CNN's John Sutter looks at the evidence. Sutter: Did the economy actually slide into an economic recession? Do you know...

Final GDP reading likely to confirm US economy entered a recession in the spring

Did the U.S. economy actually slide into a recession in the first half of the year? CNN's John Sutter asks. Sutter: Do you know the truth about the recession? Share your story with CNN iReport...

What is #QuietQuitting and why there's a problem with it

#QuietQuitting refers to workers refusing to go the extra mile to do work for which they are not being compensated. "You are no longer subscribing to the hustle culture mentality that work has to...

This week in Bidenomics: Buckle up for a hard landing

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point on Sept. 21. The U.S. economy is now more like a frenemy than a friend, says CNN's John Sutter. Sutter: The Fed's...

This week in Bidenomics: Buckle up for a hard landing

The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point on Sept. 21. The U.S. economy is now more like a frenemy than a friend, says CNN's John Sutter. Sutter: The Fed's...

US economic downturn could get 'very serious' as Fed risks crushing demand with rate hikes: Judy Shelton

Judy Shelton: Fed's strategy to combat inflation with rate hikes could crush supply. Shelton also criticized Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for endorsing the "wrong initiatives" She says more...

US economic downturn could get 'very serious' as Fed risks crushing demand with rate hikes: Judy Shelton

Judy Shelton: Fed's strategy to combat inflation with rate hikes could crush supply. Shelton also criticized Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for endorsing the "wrong initiatives" She says more...

Brett Arends's ROI: To survive today, learn this one skill from Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth II had one remarkable skill that never gets enough attention, says CNN's John Sutter. It's one of the few life and career skills she displayed during her amazing 70-year reign that...

What's getting missed as Bed Bath & Beyond unravels: Morning Brief

Brian Sozzi: I spent Labor Day weekend reflecting deeply on how I wanted to approach reporting on the suicide of Bed Bath & Beyond CFO Gustavo Arnal. I didn't really discover a comfortable answer....

Is the economy heading into a recession?

Is the U.S. economy heading into a recession? CNN's John Sutter takes a look at the latest economic data. Sutter: Is the economy heading for a recession, or is it just a blip on the radar? Take...

A Flight Attendant Answers Your Burning Travel and Etiquette Questions

As we say farewell to summer, travelers are surely hoping to say “so long’ to the chaos in the skies too. As a flight attendant who has been on the job for 20 years, I can tell you this season of...

What would be the consequence for inflation of the Fed not having credibility and if the markets kept assuming a...

What would be the consequence for inflation of the Fed not having credibility and if the markets kept assuming a pivot in policy? What would the consequence be for inflation if the Fed didn't have...

Streaming services surpassing cable TV in viewership is 'sustainable': Dan Ives

A new report shows that in the month of July streaming services had more viewers than cable TV, making streaming the most popular way to ingest content for the first time in history. Wedbush...

How This Economic Moment Rewrites the Rules

In 2010, Williston, N.D., was in the midst of an oil boom. Restaurants couldn't hire enough workers. Housing was in short supply, and costly. Local infrastructure couldn't withstand the sudden...

Here's how to know if we're in a recession, and it's not what you think

Most people think two consecutive negative-GDP quarters constitute a recession. The National Bureau of Economic Research is the official arbiter of recessions. "The NBER would be laughingstocks if...

After Enduring a Pandemic, Small Businesses Face New Worries

After two years of shutdowns and restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, they’re straining to keep up with price increases without losing customers to larger competitors. They are struggling to...

Crypto Crash Part 1: Debating the Case Against Crypto

Crypto is the weirdest space I've ever reported on. People I consider brilliant think this is the wave of the future. Others are fairly positive that the bulk of this world is a giant Ponzi...

40% of workers are considering quitting their jobs soon

More than 4 million people have left their jobs each month in the U.S. so far this year. About 40% of workers are considering quitting their current jobs in the next 3-to-6 months. "This isn't...

Interest-Rate Pain From Higher Inflation Has Barely Begun

Inflation hurts for many reasons, but one of the most important is that it usually means higher interest rates. Stocks, houses, corporate borrowers and the federal Treasury may not be ready for a...

Biden heads to Saudi Arabia for what could be an 'embarrassing' climbdown

While campaigning in 2019, Biden vowed to treat the Saudi kingdom as "the pariah that they are" As president, he vocally criticized the country's human rights abuses. Recently, however, Biden...

Severe recession needed to cool inflation, Bank of America analysts say

Bank of America strategists say market pricing suggests inflation will fall to or below the Fed's 2% target within the next two years. But they say a major economic downturn is needed in order for...

The Last Days of Suburban Office Parks

The classic suburban office building rose in postwar America. Partly because of the era of remote work, many of those parking lots and cubicles are now empty. In an article that appears in today’s...

Chinese purchase of North Dakota farmland raises national security concerns in Washington

CNN.com will feature iReporter photos in a weekly Travel Snapshots gallery. Please submit your best shots of the U.S. for next week. Visit CNN.com/Travel next Friday for a new gallery of snapshots...

Are rising mortgage rates already cooling the hot real estate market?

The National Association of Realtors will release the latest data on sales of existing homes. The numbers are expected to offer a closer look at the big shift underway in the U.S. housing market...

W.H. Council of Economic Advisers Member on Energy Price Controls: ‘All Options Are on the Table’

White House Council of Economic Advisers member Heather Boushey said “all options are on the table in terms of energy.” President Joe Biden is “willing to use all of his powers that he has...

Cramer: 15 things I learned about the tech sector from my week in Silicon Valley

CNBC's John Sutter has been doing a deep dive into Silicon Valley for two years. Sutter was blown away by what he learned and how different things have become. He narrowed it all down to 15 core...

The Dow falls nearly 800 points as inflation hits 40-year high

The May consumer price index rose 8.6% year-over-year, its highest level since 1981. Economists had forecast an 8.3% increase. The core index, which excludes ood and energy prices rose by 6%,...

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