The hackers taking responsibility for the sophisticated cyber attack against Sony Pictures is making a demand - it wants the company to stop the movie, "The Interview," a comedy about a plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
North Korea is strongly suspected of being behind the hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The cyber attack revealed a trove of sensitive information, including:
Employees were threatened, receiving email messages that read, "your family will be in danger." Sony Pictures is calling it a terrorist attack.
North Korea denies responsibility, but calls the hack "a righteous deed." The hackers taking responsibility warned the company to stop showing the movie of "terrorism."
OutFront, Gordon Chang, who is a columnist and author of "Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes on the World."
Mice are bad enough when you find them on your floor, but when you find one in the bottom of your coffee cup after you've drained it, well, you may deserve a break today. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the dregs of this story.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is under fire for comments he made about women in the workplace. During an event for women in computing, he offered up advice to women who are afraid to ask for a raise.
"That ... might be one of the additional superpowers, that quite frankly, women who don't ask for raises have," he said. "Because that's good karma. It will come back."
Erin Burnett speaks with Suze Orman, best-selling author of "Women and Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny" about her take on the CEO's comments.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 335 points on Thursday. It was the biggest point drop of the year for the Dow. The Nasdaq and S&P both sunk 2%.
Investors are concerned about economic growth in Europe and what kind of impact a slowdown in those countries could have on the U.S. economy.
Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group is OutFront.