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Fortnite made $100 million on iOS in its first 90 days

That makes it the second most successful iOS launch ever. Fortnite is free to download but makes money through in-app purchases, like outfits or costumes. The game made $233 million in March.

Source: CNBC.com

FANG stocks are going wild, but these might be running out of steam

FANG stocks hit an all-time high. Should investors fade it or trade it? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Pete Najarian, Karen Finerman, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.

Source: CNBC.com

Marriott is getting a new employee: Amazon’s Alexa

Amazon.com said it has partnered with Marriott to help increase guest access to amenities with Alexa, through its voice-controlled device Echo. The deal is an attempt to expand Amazon's presence in the hospitality industry. Alexa would assist in providing services ranging from room service to housekeeping or calling the concierge for dinner recommendations without picking up the phone.

Source: CNBC.com

Unilever says it won’t work with social media stars who buy followers

Consumer-goods company Unilever will not work with social media stars, or "influencers," who buy followers on platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, it announced Monday.

Source: CNBC.com

How to pick your plane for your next trip

Airlines have long allowed passengers to add on amenities like extra legroom or Wi-Fi, but they are also making it easier to book flights based on the aircraft type.

Source: CNBC.com

Trump jokes he wants his 'people' to 'sit up at attention' when he speaks, like North Koreans do with Kim Jong Un

It is unclear whether Trump referred to Americans broadly or executive branch staff.

Source: CNBC.com

The mysterious reason behind the recent bitcoin sell-off may have just been uncovered

Bitcoin has plunged nearly 30 percent in the last month, and more than 50 percent this year. But Tom Lee of Fundstrat may have just uncovered the reason behind recent weakness – or at least part of it.

Source: CNBC.com

NYTimes' Jim Stewart on Disney-Comcast fight for Fox

Jim Stewart, New York Times columnist and CNBC contributor, discusses what it will take for either Comcast or Disney to win the bidding war for Fox's assets.

Source: CNBC.com

Here's how the Fed rate hike will affect your finances

If you're concerned about what an additional increase in the Fed's benchmark rate will mean for your mortgage or credit card, as well as student debt, home equity loan and car payment, here's a breakdown of what's in store — and what you should do about it.

Source: CNBC.com

Trump's health chief intensifies attack on drug middlemen, suggests getting rid of rebates

Firms negotiate discounts, or rebates, down from the list price drugmakers set. Critics argue the practice inflates drug prices because it encourages manufacturers to set higher prices.

Source: CNBC.com