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In VR land rush, creators unlock an 'empathy engine'
The growing ambitions of virtual reality have been on display at the Tribeca Film Festival
American gives employees pay raises; Wall Street balks
American Airlines is giving pay raises to its pilots and flight attendants, who have complained they are paid less that peers at other airlines
Global stocks mixed ahead of French vote
European stocks have declined while Asian markets are mostly higher ahead of the first round of voting in a French presidential election that has financial markets on edge
CSX 1Q profit rises slightly as restricting limits profit
CSX Corp.'s first-quarter profit rose about 2 percent as the railroad hauled more, but the results were hurt by restructuring expenses of $173 million
Wells Fargo scandal weighs heavily on other big banks
It's the topic the banking industry can't avoid, even when people don't want to mention it by name: Wells Fargo
Bank of America profits jump, helped by interest rates
Bank of America's first quarter profits grew nearly 40 percent, helped by higher interest rates as well as a strong performance in its investment banking division
Goldman Sachs' profits miss forecasts as trading struggled
Goldman Sachs had a rare miss in its first quarter results as the bank's typically best-in-class trading desks did not perform as well as its competitors
'I'm taking the Democratic party back'
Cenk Uygur, Founder and CEO of 'The Young Turks' joins Amna to talk about his 'hostile takeover' of the Democratic Party, using the same populism he says propelled Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders to power.
Wells Fargo Did Not Have More Consumer Complaints, Report Says
When it comes to consumer complaints about account management and credit cards, Wells Fargo doesn’t at first appear to be much worse than other big banks, despite being the subject of a scandal over the unauthorized opening of accounts. What the bank does have is a higher number of complaints by
3 Important Facts Every Woman Needs to Know About Investing, as Told by Sallie Krawcheck
Sallie Krawcheck is a Wall Street legend on a mission to redefine how women invest to help them achieve their financial and professional goals. The founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women, got her start working for some of the biggest banks in the U.S., including