Time Warner Cable and CBS are still in the ring duking it out over the price the cable company pays to carry CBS and Showtime channels. But, Christine Romans asks, is it the consumer who’s going to end up on the mat?
If you’ve been eyeing a dream home, you should know the current housing market is pretty dreamy as well. Christine Romans explains why an uptick in home prices and still-low mortgage rates make this a great time to buy.
It was the best of times... to buy a house? Today we learned home prices are up 12.2% since this time last year, but the stock market is up 20%. So, which should you buy? Keith McCullough and Michelle Meyer weighed in this weekend.
Sara Blakely, SPANX founder and the world's youngest self-made female billionaire, talks with Zain Asher about unconventional advertising and transforming failure into success.
The job market is improving ,and Obama has touted the 6.6 million jobs added since the Great Recession. But are those jobs the same quality as the ones we lost, and can Obama take the credit? Christine Romans talks to Jessica Yellin, Stephanie Cutter, and Kevin Hassett.
North Korea has the world's most repressed economy. Ivan Watson gives Christine Romans a rare look inside.
This summer politicians, athletes, and finance moguls have all been caught in lies. Is lying now the only way to win in America? Christine Romans, Margaret Hoover and John Avlon discuss.
By Christine Romans
The housing headlines are hot. Best new home sales in five years. The worst is over in foreclosures. Mortgage rates ticking up but still a full two percentage points below the post-World War II average. Real estate appraiser Jonathan Miller calls it “happy housing headlines.” A deeper dive, shows a broad but shallow recovery, a recovery focused on players who have money, good credit and are willing to take risks in bubble zip codes that popped. These three charts tell that story.
The U.S. is producing much more oil and natural gas than in the past, but Americans aren't feeling the benefits. Christine Romans explains why you'll be paying more for your road trips and A/C this summer.
This week: one pricey little prince, Google’s march to world domination, and the home of the “fourth meal” says adios to four-year-olds. Christine Romans sprints through the headlines. Can you keep up?
They are the biggest issues in your life: Your job, your savings, your home, and your debt. Christine Romans breaks down the business news of the week and shows you how it impacts your bottom line. Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. ET
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