General Motors, announced its new CEO – Mary Barra. She will be the first female to run one of the big three U.S. automakers
CNN's Zain Asher has the story of how Barra moved into the drivers seat of America's largest car manufacturer.
No banks, no fees, no inflation.
These are potential perks of the digital currency Bitcoin.
Just last week, Bitcoin's price hit a new high of over $1,200. But over weekend, China's central bank said they're banning the virtual currency and the price fell nearly 50 percent.
So is it the currency of the future?
Two words no one ever wants to hear.
Remember when Sarah Silverman said she was fired from "Saturday Night Live" via fax. And AOL CEO Tim Armstrong's firing of one of his employees was caught on tape- the audio went viral.
Today, there's the example of George Zimmer.
The founder of Men's Wearhouse, the man behind the slogan - "You're gonna like the way you look. I guarantee it."
He told Fortune magazine he was ultimately fired over email.
George Zimmer: I got an email about 10 days earlier, which was extremely harsh and mean-spirited. It said that my job status and compensation would remain the same "at this time." Then they basically began throwing me out of my office, and that was as traumatic as when I was actually terminated because, at that point, it was pretty clear what was happening.
His termination made us ask - is there a right and a wrong way to get canned?
OutFront: Bruce Weinstein, also known as Bruce "The Ethics Guy". He wrote a book all about getting fired.
The Obama administration is delaying a key portion of the health care website that would've allowed small businesses to enroll online.
Republicans are pouncing on the news.
House Speaker John Boehner calling it "another broken promise and more proof this administration's assurances have no credibility."
OutFront: The National Review's Reihan Salam and Democratic Strategist Chris Kofinis.
Across the United States there is a growing movement against the world's largest retailer over wages.
In Chicago, unhappy workers from three Wal-Mart stores walked off the job Wednesday, demanding a better day's pay.
Do claims that Wal-Mart should pay more add up?
Tom Foreman investigates.