Posts in: April, 2016

The Panama Papers: 7 things to know

On Sunday, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published a massive leak of documents, dubbed the Panama Papers. CNNMoney has you covered with what you need to know about the story and responses to it.

What are the Panama Papers?

ICIJ and an international coalition of media outlets investigated the trove of

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In their own words: Villanova, UNC describe the epic final seconds

This is a five-second stretch that will be replayed for years to come.

With a buzzer-beating three-point shot by junior forward Kris Jenkins, No. 2 seed Villanova won the NCAA men’s basketball championship over No. 1 seed North Carolina on Monday night. It’s the first buzzer beater on a three-pointer in

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Possible MH370 debris found in South Africa

In late February 2016, American tourist Blaine Gibson found a piece of plane debris off Mozambique, a discovery that renewed hope of solving the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The piece measures 35 inches by 22 inches. A U.S. official said it was likely the wreckage came from

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Blac Chyna says ‘yes’ to Rob Kardashian

It appears that congratulations are in order for Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna.

Blac Chyna posted a picture Tuesday on Instagram of herself sporting a diamond ring while holding the face of a grinning Kardashian, with the caption “Yes!!!”

Neither has said that they are officially engaged, but that hasn’t stopped folks

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30% of bank jobs are under threat

Digital disruption is turning finance on its head — and destroying tons of traditional banking jobs along the way.

A wave of innovation has made it possible for people to get their banking done without walking into a branch if they don’t want to. People can now deposit checks using a

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Austria downplays SMB’s blowout loss to Ginebra

San Miguel has only lost by double-digits twice so far this season.

The first was a 99-84 loss to Rain or Shine last conference and the other was a 110-84 blowout dealt by Ginebra on Sunday.

The 26-point setback was the Beermen’s worst loss under head coach Leo Austria.

But the multi-titled mentor

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Apple’s encryption fight is far from over

Apple’s closely watched fight with the FBI over a San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone may not take place after all. But the bigger battle is far from over.

The company is opposing similar demands by the feds in at least a dozen other active cases. Court orders in those cases require Apple

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Here’s what we know about the Brussels terror attacks

Thirty-one people were killed and 270 injured when terrorists struck Brussels’ airport and the city’s Maelbeek metro station on Tuesday morning, in attacks subsequently claimed by ISIS.

Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui, Belgian brothers known to authorities for their track record of violent offenses, carried out two suicide attacks, authorities say:

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