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Live in a cave home
Blasted into the side of a steep Arizona mountain, Cathy and Randy Clark's cave home is surprisingly cozy.
Tour Warren Buffett's office
The famed investor and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway took CNNMoney on a tour of his office. What we found might surprise you.
Thiel: Google has $50B, doesn't innovate
Venture capitalist Peter Thiel tells Google Chairman Eric Schmidt the company has no idea how to invest its money.
Vertical farms solve land problem
With land prices at a premium in Singapore, vertical farms with rotating vertical racks present a sustainable solution while cutting down pollution.
Original Batmobile for sale
The Batmobile made for the 1960's TV show by George Barris will be up for auction in January for the first time.
$89K house on the railroad tracks
There's graffiti on the outside and no running water for now, but this renovated railcar can be yours for under $100,000.
The $1M electric supercar - from Croatia
The new Rimac Concept_One electric car is turning heads. Not just for its speed but because of where it's built.
PayPal cofounder Thiel's startup advice
The venture capitalist says anyone building a startup now must be able to do one thing "uniquely well."
Isle for sale, 19th century fort included
Harold Cushing calls his fortified island in the Gulf of Maine, 'a little kingdom.' For $4.85 million, the keys to the kingdom are yours.
$700K survival home on wheels
UNICAT manufactures self-contained expedition vehicles for the client craving off-road adventure and a two-month supply of all the modern comforts of home.
See the disappearing garage in action
This Lake Tahoe compound's 30-car underground garage is entered via a massive yet disguised hydraulic lift. For $50 million, it's yours.
Mega yacht private chef cooks up a feast
Take a behind the scenes look at how one chef whips up gourmet meals for exacting mega yacht owners and their guests.
Bigger and badder: The next gen Humvee
The U.S. military is seeking a supplement for the Humvee and the original Humvee's creator, AM General, has submitted the BRV-O for consideration.
Less than $1 an hour to make iPads
CNN's Stan Grant interviews one Foxconn worker about the factory conditions in China where some Apple products are made.
Nanny salaries are reaching new highs, according to one agency that places childcare workers for the ultra-rich.
How campaign finance works
Presidential campaigns are extremely expensive. Here's where it all comes from.
Face off: Navy SEAL vs. Marine on Wall Street
Two veterans working at Credit Suisse talk about the battlefield and the trading floor.
How Welch's started as alcohol-free wine
Welch's concord grape juice was invented over 140 years ago as non-alcoholic wine for the church services.
I left Wall Street to become a monk
Meet Rasanath Dasa, a man who walked away from a job in investment banking paying six figures to become a Hindu monk.
This data company knows all about you
CNN gets an inside look into Acxiom, a company that processes more than 30 billion data records on consumer habits.
Munger on Occupy: 'I hate that'
Berkshire Hathaway's Vice Chairman Charlie Munger says Occupy Wall St. protesters are 'ignorant, shouting people.'
Peek inside a $100,000 luxury closet
Every item has a perfect spot in these custom closets for the rich and famous by Los Angeles based designer Lisa Adams.
Getting Grandma to try pot
Robert Platshorn started the Silver Tour in Florida to rally senior citizens for the legalization of medical marijuana in the state
Charging $95/hour to beat up Wall St. guys
Former amateur boxer Eric Kelly spends his weekday evenings training men in finance -- and beating them up, both physically and verbally.
What is Libor?
The London interbank offered rate is a reference rate used to calculate everything from home loans to credit card interest rates.
How hackers can steal your debit card info
Hackers at the Black Hat cybersecurity conference demonstrate flaws in debit card terminals that could expose card information.
The most wanted job on Wall Street
Wall Street once hired engineers to create complex financial products. Now it needs their smarts to mitigate risk and avoid another crisis.
How Pink's became Hollywood's hot dog
Pink's Hot Dogs, the iconic Los Angeles eatery, opened in 1939 as a pushcart selling hot dogs for just ten cents.
Tech titans spar over future of America
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and tech investor Peter Thiel get into a heated debate about whether America is heading in the right direction.
Warren Buffett's career advice
Warren Buffett says: Follow your passion and 'take the job that you would take if you were independently wealthy.'
Starbucks CEO on opening in India
Howard Schultz talks about Starbucks new store in Mumbai, a joint venture with India's Tata Group.
Apple's culture of secrecy
Fortune's Adam Lashinsky explains the strategies Apple uses to keep its projects secret, even from its own employees.
FedEx's electric truck challenge
FedEx has set goals to cut fuel consumption and reduce emissions, but the high cost of electric trucks has slowed down their fleet modernization.
Want to work at REI? Gear up!
REI employees need to be outdoor enthusiasts who spend as much time outside as they do in the stores.
The Magic Mushroom home that LSD built
The walls have no corners and the rocks have faces in the magic mushroom house, which was built under the influence of hallucinogens.
The jelly beans Ronald Reagan loved
Jelly Belly saw a jump in sales after the former President became a huge fan and passed out jars of the flavored jelly beans to world leaders.
A San Francisco castle and its grottoes
With its underground caves and a natural spring that produces 10,000 gallons of water a day, Albion Castle is one of the city's unique historical landmarks.
Four Seasons hires for five-star attitude
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts charges high premiums for the level of service that its employees provide to guests.
How an IPO works
As Facebook plans to go public with its stock, CNN's Ali Velshi takes a look at what's going on behind the scenes.
Hot Wheels turns toys into real cars
How Mattel's Hot Wheels turns their beloved children's toys into a real car capable of death-defying stunts.
Why Facebook bought Instagram
At TechCrunch Disrupt 2012, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explains how the company plans to use Instagram after acquiring it for $1 billion.
Ex-Goldman exec: Firm deceives clients
Greg Smith says Goldman Sachs is attacking the messenger in responding to his new tell-all book. But firm says former employee's charges are off base.
The future of rechargeable batteries
Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory are developing car and smartphone batteries that can hold 50 percent more energy.
Buffett and Munger won't buy Facebook
Warren Buffett says he won't be buying shares of Facebook while his business partner Charlie Munger says he just doesn't like it.
Inside Facebook's investor pitch
The company's road show will place an emphasis on mobile growth as it travels the country pitching investors ahead of its IPO.
Get cozy in this 84-square foot cabin
Seeking the smallest possible footprint, Dee Williams built her tiny home to stand just shy of 14 feet tall and 9 feet wide.
Inside Mexico's Silicon Valley
Guadalajara is home to Mexico's hottest tech incubator with 37 startup companies.
Why Jetblue founder launched Brazil's Azul
Former JetBlue CEO David Neeleman on why he chose the country of his birth for his new airline.
Retirees in RVs are Amazon's elves
Called 'workampers,' semi-retirees are living in RVs at Amazon's warehouse in Nevada for holiday work.
For sale: Disney-inspired fairy tale manor
Senior Disney designer Robert McDonnell created Graystone Manor in the theme park's image -- and for $1.5 million, you can live happily ever after in it.
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