CNN Business (formerly CNN Money) is a financial news and information website, operated by CNN. The website was originally formed as a joint venture between CNN and Time Warner's Fortune and Money magazines. Since the spin-off of Time Warner's publishing assets as Time Inc., the site has since operated as part of CNN.com and is no longer tied to these magazines.
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CNN Money launched in 2001, replacing CNNfn's website. Time Warner had also announced an intention to relaunch the CNNfn television network under the CNN Money moniker, but those plans were apparently scrapped.
Prior to June 2014, the website was operated as a joint venture between CNN and two Time Warner-published business magazines; Fortune and Money. In June 2014, Time Warner's publishing assets were spun-out as Time Inc.; as a result, all three properties launched separate web presences, with CNN's site renamed CNNMoney. With the re-launch, CNN head Jeff Zucker also promised increased synergies between the website and the CNN channel, such as branded segments and the re-branding of CNN's weekly financial show Your Money as CNNMoney.
In October 2018, CNN re-launched the vertical as CNN Business; the new brand is focused on "digital transformation of business, and how it is disrupting every corner of the global economy". The relaunch came alongside the opening of a new San Francisco bureau. As with CNNMoney, it will be supported by branded segments on CNN television, as well as streaming content.
In January 2018 came the launch of the first country-specific version, CNNMoney Switzerland, with a main newsroom in Zurich broadcasting three hours of live English-language business and financial news programming every weekday. The channel is privately owned, and the first implementation of CNN Worldwide's plan to roll out the CNNMoney brand internationally.
Alison Kosik is an American journalist and CNN business correspondent who covers the New York Stock Exchange.Boomerang (South Korean TV channel)
Boomerang (Korean: 부메랑; RR: Bumerang) is a South Korea version of the original American Boomerang television channel in the United States and was a pay television channel created by Turner Broadcasting which primarily shows animated programming. It was launched on 14 November 2015.Business International (TV programme)
Business International is a news television programme which aired on CNN International. It was anchored by Adrian Finighan and Becky Anderson from CNN's London studios.
Business International was launched in 2000. As the title implies, it covered international business news. During the programme, market reports would come from the London Stock Exchange. However, in later years, the programme devoted more air time to breaking world news.
The European evening edition of the programme, presented by Anderson, also had sports updates and a preview of the following day's newspaper headlines.CNN Airport
CNN Airport is an out-of-home television network that is operated by CNN. The service broadcasts general news, weather, stock market updates, entertainment, and travel content to airports across the United States. The founding management was led by Jon Petrovich and Scott Weiss. Deborah Cooper was the inaugural vice president/general manager, and continues in the role today.CNN Business Traveller
CNN Business Traveller is a monthly television program on CNN International hosted by Richard Quest.
The program was launched in 2002 and the program investigates various topics related to business related travel, including airlines, airport lounges, frequent-flyer programs, hotels and the travelling lifestyle.James Williams was also a producer and occasional presenter on the program, before being given his own CNN program in 2016 titled In 24 Hours.In 2016, the program attempted a stunt to fly around the world travelling only on low cost carriers, comparing experiences on each airline and interviewing executives from the carriers over two episodes of CNN Business Traveller. Quest travelled on 10 airlines, through 9 countries across 8 days.CNN International in Latin America
CNN International Latin America is the Latin American schedule of the CNN International pay-TV cable network.
CNN/I Latin America is based mainly in Atlanta, USA. But it also has Productions Centers In City of Mexico, and Santiago, Chile.
In the others countries there are only small bureaus.
Prior to September 11th, 2001, the network also aired some CNN en Español programming, like its main evening newscast, "Las Noticias".Dragonfly (search engine)
According to press reports, Dragonfly is an Internet search engine app being prototyped by Google that is designed to be compatible with China's state censorship provisions. Unlike a previous search engine designed by Google for use in China, Dragonfly would not notify users that results or search terms have been censored. The public learned of Dragonfly's existence in August 2018, when The Intercept leaked an internal memo written by a Google employee about the project. Months later, Dragonfly had "effectively been shut down" after a clash with the members of the privacy team within Google.Imaginova
Imaginova Corporation is a U.S. digital commerce company based in Watsonville, California. The company, which was started in 1999 as "Space.com" by CNN business anchor Lou Dobbs, later became known as Space Holdings Corp. Dan Stone became President, Chief Executive Officer and a board member in 2002 and renamed the company to Imaginova in 2004. The company sold its consumer businesses to TechMediaNetwork, formally TopTenReviews, in 2009.Imaginova promotes itself as the preeminent destination for the “intellectually curious.”
It comprises the following E-Commerce retailers:
Orion Telescopes & Binoculars OrionTelescopes.comImaginova previously owned SpaceNews until it was sold to Pocket Ventures, LLC. in 2012.Imaginova is a news provider, via the Imaginova Network of media properties, and syndicates its original content to the following news portals: Yahoo!, MSNBC, AOL and FoxNews.com.
Imaginova was the developer of Starry Night software and widgets for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, BlackBerry, iPhone and iPod touch. In 2008, Starry Night was acquired by Simulation Curriculum Corporation.The company is headquartered in Watsonville, California.
Imaginova is backed by investors: Blue Chip Venture Capital; Gannett Co., Inc.; RedShift Ventures; Steelpoint Capital Partners and Venrock Associates. In August 2006, the company raised $15M in growth equity financing.In 24 Hours
In 24 Hours is a monthly travel television program on CNN International hosted by James Williams.
The program premiered on 9 December 2015 and follows Williams spending a full day and night in a different city each episode, exploring culture, sights and unique experiences, focusing on the premium travel market. In many episodes, local celebrities are featured including Andrew Lloyd Webber and Anthony Bourdain.Williams was a producer and occasional presenter on long running CNN travel program CNN Business Traveller before being given his own show.The first and second seasons of the program are sponsored by Qatar Airways. The program returned for a second season on September 7, 2016.Oh!K
Oh!K is a Southeast Asian pay television channel owned by Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, with content supplied by MBC.Richard Quest
Richard Austin Quest (born 9 March 1962) is an English journalist and a CNN International anchor and reporter, based in New York City.
He anchors Quest Means Business. In addition to anchoring the five-times-weekly business programme, Quest hosts the monthly programme CNN Business Traveller and CNN Marketplace Europe. He formerly anchored the monthly show Quest and the daily show CNN Today which was geared towards morning audiences in Europe.Showtime Scandinavia
Showtime Scandinavia (generally referred to simply as Showtime) was a television channel broadcasting action movies to the Nordic countries operated by NonStop Television. Its name and logo was licensed by Showtime Networks Inc., owners of the American Showtime. The two channels however do not share any programme content.
Showtime Scandinavia was closed on 15 July 2015.Space (Latin American TV channel)
Space is an Argentine cable television channel owned by Turner Broadcasting System. It airs movies, series, and television shows. It is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It also has an HD version.
It is broadcast in most countries of Latin America under several cable television companies.Sputnik (news agency)
Sputnik (Russian pronunciation: [ˈsputnʲɪk]; formerly The Voice of Russia and RIA Novosti) is a news agency, news website platform and radio broadcast service established by the Russian government-owned news agency Rossiya Segodnya. Headquartered in Moscow, Sputnik has regional editorial offices in Washington, Cairo, Beijing, Jakarta, Singapore, London and Edinburgh. Sputnik focuses on global politics and economics and is geared towards a non-Russian audience.According to The New York Times Sputnik engages in deliberate disinformation, and has often been described as a Russian propaganda outlet. Sputnik employees run social media pages and blogs posing as citizens of various countries, and purchased paid advertisement to disseminate fake and misleading content according to CNN Business.Sputnik currently operates news websites, featuring reporting and commentary, in over 30 languages including English, Spanish, Polish, Serbian, and several others. The websites also house over 800 hours of radio broadcasting material each day and its newswire service runs around the clock.TBS (Latin America)
TBS, formerly branded as TBS veryfunny (TBS muitodivertido in Brazil), is the Latin American version of the U.S. cable television channel TBS.
The channel, launched on October 1, 2011, has a lineup of comedy films and series.Toonami (France)
Toonami is a television channel that launched in France on 11 February 2016. It is operated and distributed in France by Turner Broadcasting System Europe. It is named after the late Saturday night programming block seen in the United States, using the logo introduced in 2004 but with different branded promos, also using in Asia.
On 3 February, it was confirmed by Toonami Squad in an Email with Turner that Toonami would be launching in France on 11 February 2016.Toonami (Southeast Asia)
Toonami was a television channel that launched in Southeast Asia on 1 December 2012. It was operated and distributed in Asia by Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Inc., a subsidiary of Time Warner. It was named after the programming block seen in the U.S, using the logo introduced in 2004 but with different branded promos.
The channel ceased operations on March 31, 2018 at 11:59 PM.Turner Broadcasting System France
Turner Broadcasting System France is Turner's French division. The company is based in Paris.