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Uber's former CEO was known for doing things that made people question his ability to run the company. Here are six times that happened.
Some of America's best known CEOs have quit lately: Uber's Travis Kalanick, Ford's Mark Fields, and Yahoo's Marissa Mayer. What's behind their exits?
Amazon announced Friday that it is acquiring Whole Foods in a deal worth nearly $14 billion. Bloomberg Businessweek editor Megan Murphy talks about the decision's impact on the industry and consumers
Many people wonder what to prioritize: saving to buy a house or saving for retirement? Yahoo Finance's Jeanie Ahn joins CBSN with helpful tips for smarter saving
CBSN Originals first visited Erie, Pennsylvania, after the recent election, when it turned from blue to red for the first time since the Reagan administration. The people we spoke to hoped to see a change in Washington reflected in their situation. We went back to see if that change is taking effect
The cities where tech jobs are growing fastest aren't on the coasts. Here are some towns where the numbers are on the side of job-seekers.
Whether it's a house with three porches or a downtown apartment, these homes are as different as they are luxurious
Urban renewal isn't universal: Rust Belt and Midwestern cities are particularly hard hit by declining populations
Advocacy group representing 83-year-old Holocaust survivor says case sets precedent
Where have all the shoppers gone?
The founding CEO's departure is a rejection of Silicon Valley's typical bro-centric behavior for a very specific reason
It's getting easier to have friends and family add their contributions to these accounts for college savings
An insurance research group finds that states with legal recreational marijuana are recording more accident claims
Adjustable-rate mortgages, or ARMs, once wildly popular and then toxic are now seeing new life, but with some differences
Ethical scandals focus attention on corporate leaders, but the problems of a toxic culture often embed deep within an organization
Government-owned Qatari carrier makes unsolicited bid for a 10 percent piece of American rival
American factories are producing as much as ever -- only with far fewer jobs. A noted economist explains why
The private prison industry could face consequences from their reliance on cheap labor from immigrants who haven't been convicted
AAA says some 3 percent more Americans will go at least 50 miles in 2017 than last year, which holds the current record
Unseasonably warm temperatures followed by freezing temperatures in mid-March have led to a reportedly 50 percent increase in prices
The ride-hailing service's next leader may be a well-known woman in business, such as Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg
A top executive said states under consideration include Ohio and Texas, with the company planning to announce details in August
Sports equipment maker may soon sell directly on Amazon, possibility that slammed retailers' stocks
Latest labor statistics show number of U.S. job openings rose to more than 6M in April, an all-time high
Closer look at what this week's CBS News poll says about those who are happy with job president is doing and those who are not