Chloe Aiello is a CNBC News Associate covering technology, cannabis and breaking business news. Prior to joining CNBC, she worked for local news startup Denverite, and freelanced for the Today Show and BusinessDen, among others.
Aiello holds a master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and bachelor's degrees from the University of Michigan in Dance and Political Science.
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The Cambridge Analytica scandal knocked billions off Facebook's market value, but much of Wall Street isn't worried.
The fourth major snow storm this month strikes the East Coast, closing schools and businesses and cancelling flights.
The dollar retreated from three-week highs on Wednesday as traders took profits before the Federal Reserve's first expected rate rise of 2018.
Amid the turmoil of Cambridge Analytica, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton told his Twitter followers to delete Facebook.
Facebook is handling the Cambridge Analytica public relations disaster all wrong, but users likely won't turn their backs on the platform, New York University professor of marketing Scott Galloway said.
Facebook Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos is reportedly leaving after disagreements over how the social media network should handle the spread of disinformation.
Canadian marijuana producer Cronos Group announced a cross-border partnership with California-based cannabis retailer MedMen on Monday, sending shares skyrocketing.
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