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Andrea Miller

Andrea Miller
Associate Producer

Andrea Miller is an associate producer on CNBC's digital video team. Prior to CNBC, Miller worked at ABC News and was a Dow Jones News Fund fellow. She has a B.A. in Media Studies and Production from Temple University. Follow her on Twitter @andreajasmiller.

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  • 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

    General Motors is gunning for Ferrari with its newest redesign of the Chevrolet Corvette — the 2020 Stingray. The base version of the sports car will punch out 495 horsepower, 40 more than the seventh-generation car. The Stingray will launch from 0 to 60 in "less than three seconds" when equipped with an optional performance package, the automaker claims.

  • Me as an old man using FaceApp filters.

    FaceApp went viral this week after people began using it to see what they'd look like when they get old. Sen. Chuck Schumer has asked the FBI and FTC to investigate whether pictures could be shared with foreign governments, like Russia. The DNC has warned 2020 presidential campaigns against using FaceApp too. There were privacy concerns about the app uploading pictures for processing on its servers. But now FaceApp tells you it's uploading your picture, so you can decide if you want to or not.

  • SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk gestures during a conversation at the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles, June 13, 2019.

    Elon Musk's ambitious brain-computer start-up Neuralink is looking to start trials on humans next year after seeing some success in it's animal trials. "A monkey has been able to control the computer with his brain," Musk said at an event in San Francisco that was streamed live. Musk envisions the technology could help those with brain disorders and hopes the innovation can "help secure humanity's future as a civilization relative to AI," or artificial intelligence.

  • President Donald Trump awaits the arrival of Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani at the White House in Washington, July 9, 2019.

    President Trump said his administration would look into Google following comments made by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel. Thiel said Sunday the FBI and CIA should look into whether Google has been infiltrated by Chinese intelligence. Thiel's fellow Palantir co-founder Joe Lonsdale said Monday that "Google is not a patriotic company."

  • Guests pose during the Amazon Music Unboxing Prime Day event on July 11, 2018 in Brooklyn, New York.

    Amazon Prime Day is an annual offering of deals for Amazon Prime members. Not only do the deals and discounts inspire shopping, but for shoppers to take part, they must be Prime members. Experts say Prime Day boosts Prime membership sign ups in addition to a projected $5.8 billion in global sales.

  • A visual representation of digital cryptocurrency coins on display in front of Facebook and Libra logos.

    Cryptocurrencies, like Facebook's Libra and Bitcoin, have come under fire by some big names, like Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell and Representative Maxine Waters. "Libra raises serious concerns regarding privacy, money laundering, consumer protection, financial stability," Powell told the House Financial Services Committee. President Trump tweeted that he wasn't a big fan of cryptocurrencies, and billionaire Mark Cuban said Libra "could be dangerous."

  • Woman applying cream to face - stock photo

    The beauty industry's revenue is expected to grow within the next four years to more than $379 billion dollars, according to an IBISWorld report, and skin care has become big part of that growth.

  • Woman applying cream to face - stock photo

    Skin care has become an increasingly lucrative business for cosmetic companies. That's why big names like Amazon and the Kardashians are trying to cash in. The industry's revenue is expected to grow within the next four years to more than $379 billion dollars, according to an IBISWorld report. There's one country that's been playing an outsized role in skin care's growth— South Korea. Here's a look at how South Korea is helping skin care dominate the beauty industry.

  • The U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument are seen as fireworks explode above the nation's capital on July 4, 2018 in Washington, DC.

    Washington D.C. is prepping for President Trump's Fourth of July celebration Tanks are beginning to set up before the "Salute to America" parade in the city The parade will feature military vehicles, troops and military musicians. Some politicians oppose the parade because of the cost to taxpayers and worries that Trump will politicize the event

  • U.S. President Donald Trump greets Russian President Vladimir Putin during their bilateral meeting at the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan

    Asked by a reporter whether President Trump would raise the issue during a bilateral meeting with Putin, the U.S. president said: "Yes, of course I will." Trump then turned to Putin to give the directive twice while pointing at the Russian leader. Putin maintained a smile as the remark was interpreted for him.