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Living large on 50 Cent's dime
The rapper and actor's Farmington, Conn. home includes a nightclub, adult entertainment room and grotto.
The skinny on Boston's narrowest home
10.4 feet across at its widest point, Boston's 'Spite House' is the undisputed narrowest in Beantown. Curious? It's available for rent.
Home with 360-degree ocean views for $3,600
The Clingstone House in Jamestown, RI, sits on an island in the middle of Narragansett Bay and cost former architect, Henry Wood, a mere $3,600 in 1961.
How to build a $2 million tractor
Caterpillar workers hand-build the 229,000-pound D11 tractor in Peoria, Illinois.
So you wanna live in a missile silo?
20 years ago, Bruce Francisco and his business partner bought an old Cold War missile base in the Adirondacks. After a few million dollars in renovations, the silo is now a luxury home.
A house fit for a Hobbit
One die-hard Tolkien fan built his own Hobbit house to store his collectibles in southern Penn.
How Frito-Lay makes potato chips
Watch how potato chips are made in an environmentally friendly way at a factory run by PepsiCo, no. 43 on the Fortune 500.
Inside DreamWorks' studio
CNN's Cat Deeley takes a look at the creative engine behind one of the largest animation studios, DreamWorks Animation.
The engineer drop-out problem
Companies are on the hunt for engineers, but relatively few students are going for the hard science majors and even fewer are graduating.
Raising a family on a circus train
Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson lives aboard the Ringling Bros. circus train with his wife and two small children.
Buy Michael Jackson's Thriller jacket
Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, Calif., estimates Michael Jackson's iconic red jacket to fetch between $200,000 - $400,000. Some of the proceeds will benefit Bengal tiger preservation.
KISS: Inside rock's best business
From coffins to comics, KISS has 3,000 pieces of merchandise and now boasts a brand that may be worth even more than its music.
106-year-old stockbroker talks shop
Irving Kahn has been following the swings of the market since before the Great Depression...and he still does.
Munger on Sokol: 'I'm sad'
Vice Chairman Charlie Munger discusses the impact of David Sokol's departure from Berkshire Hathaway, saying his actions may be 'hubris.'
Jim Collins: Steve Jobs taught my class
Author Jim Collins recalls time Steve Jobs gave a guest lecture to his class and remembers being impressed with the former Apple CEO.
UPS drivers tackle holiday week
CNNMoney spends the day with UPS as they deliver hundreds of thousands of packages in the final days of the holiday season.
$25,000 for a child's playhouse?
Lilliput Play Homes feature replicas of everything a full-size house does, including the kitchen sink.
Turkey's massive ship recycling program
In Aliaga, Turkey, large ships from around the world are dismantled, and the steel is recycled and sent to mills.
America's new poor
Nearly one in two Americans is now living on the lower end of the income scale - less than $45,000 a year for a family of four.
$500k investment in USA for a green card
Buying green cards, or investing in American businesses? CNN's Deb Feyerick reports on the EB5 program.
Solar power scrubs NYC subways clean
The world's largest subway operator is cutting emissions and costs by using solar thermal power at its Coney Island facility to wash the front of train cars.
Isaacson: What made Steve Jobs cry
Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs' biographer, opens up about the personal side of the Apple founder.
The $50,000 bionic leg
Boston area startup iWalk has created a next generation robotic leg that amputees are calling a 'game-changer'.
Green Bay Packers owned by the fans
The storied franchise is the country's only publicly-owned, non-profit major professional sports team.
How Haagen-Dazs got its start
Despite its foreign-looking name, Haagen-Dazs was the brainchild of a young entrepreneur who grew up selling ice cream in New York.
Whole Foods' hiring recipe
To land a job at the supermarket, no. 24 on Best Companies to Work For, show you have a good attitude and win the team's vote.
My life as a NY Fashion Week model
20-year-old Milly Simmonds came from London aspiring to walk the runway. Watch her navigate the NYC fashion industry jungle.
I'm moving to China for a better job
Some Asian firms report a big jump in applications from Americans as they seek secure jobs overseas.
Blowtorch your hand without a wince
GelTech Solutions of Jupiter, Fla., has introduced a new innovative fire suppressant, FireIce, a gel so powerful that it can protect your skin from a 2,000 degree blowtorch.
Where is America's cheapest real estate?
Real estate reporter Les Christie says Youngstown, Ohio, Decatur, Ill., and Ocala, Fla., are the places to find the best bargains on homes.
Munger on Trump: 'Stark raving mad'
Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger says Donald Trump's puffery make him unsuitable to be President.
Firing Steve Jobs was "a terrible mistake"
Former Apple CEO John Sculley reflects on how Steve Jobs recruited him to run the tech company and why its board ultimately fired Jobs in 1985.
Steve Jobs: In his own words
Steve Jobs' enthusiasm and sense of humor were on full display at the launch of some of Apple's greatest hits.
Getting cell phones to work in a disaster
AT&T's Remote Mobility Zone portable cell phone tower can quickly bring coverage to cell phone users after a disaster or in remote locations.
Melting millions from gold scraps
Advanced Chemical Company in Rhode Island recycles gold and other metals from industrial production - and business is shining.
Richard Gere's $1 million guitar auction
The actor's collection of vintage guitars and amplifiers nets nearly $1 million in a Christie's auction.
Meet Eyeborg, the man with a camera eye
Documentarian Rob Spence lost his real eye in an accident but worked with engineers to replace it with a camera attached to a prosthetic eye.
Bogle: 'Gold is not an investment at all!'
The Vanguard funds founder says gold and the stock market are driven by speculators and investors should not day trade.
How to get hired by Goldman Sachs
Edith Cooper, Global Head of Human Capital says that the firm looks for academic excellence in candidates, as well as for curiosity and leadership skills.
Get paid to climb wind turbines
Rope Partner trains and hires climbers to assess damage and perform maintenance on wind turbines.
Walgreens welcomes disabled workers
CNN's Alison Kosik profiles one Walgreen's distribution center in Windsor, Conn., where 40% of the employees are disabled.
Renting out your car for extra cash
Startup Relay Rides is taking on Zipcar by letting people rent out their personal cars to others.
Rebirth of the American-made mitt
Insignia Athletics of Worcester, Mass., is one of the few athletic manufacturers in the U.S. to make high-end, premium-leather baseball gloves.
James Woods on playing Dick Fuld
The Hollywood actor and Andrew Ross Sorkin of the New York Times tell CNN's Piers Morgan about turning "Too Big to Fail' into a movie.
Shocker! A real Senate debate
Longtime senators John McCain and Dick Durbin duel it out old school on the Senate floor regarding the debt ceiling.
Robot army helps run warehouses
The future of warehouses may be one with fast shipments and few human employees if robots like Kiva Systems continue to invade the workplace.
A motorcycle from the future
CNN's Dan Simon profiles Lit Motors, a startup working on a motorcycle that drives like a car.
Meet the sheriff of Wall Street
To take down white collar criminals, Preet Bharara is tapping phones and terrifying bad guys on Wall Street.
3-D food printer makes dessert
Cornell University has developed a 3-D food printer that allows users to create edible designs.
Facebook's vending machines for tech nerds
CIO Tim Campos explains how Facebook is turning to vending machines to cut down on IT costs.
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