August 30th, 2013
04:16 PM ET

Living on fast food wages

With fast food workers striking all over the country, Alison Kosik sits down with two women trying to support their families on a part-time dime.


Filed under: Alison Kosik • U.S. Economy • Your Money
August 30th, 2013
04:05 PM ET

The "do you want fries with that?" economy

Fast food workers around the country are demanding higher wages. But is the job worth $15 an hour? Christine Romans, Robert Reich and Stephen Moore discuss.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
August 30th, 2013
03:10 PM ET

Red line, red ink

The Obama administration says Syria has crossed a line with the use of chemical weapons. But can the U.S. afford to act? Christine Romans asks Jessica Yellin and Lawrence Korb.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
August 30th, 2013
01:47 PM ET

Syrian conflict hits your money

Oil prices are surging and stocks saw the biggest one-day drop since June as investors worry about the threat of a U.S. strike in Syria. Christine Romans explains.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
August 30th, 2013
01:22 PM ET

Fantasy football, real money

Tom Brady or Peyton Manning? Arian Foster or Doug Martin? Fantasy football players have been researching and throwing millions of dollars at the industry. Christine Romans tackles the business of fantasy football.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
August 30th, 2013
12:42 PM ET

Get ready.. it's Money Time!

From Miley to Madonna, Super Bowl to surfwear,  babies to benefits– Christine Romans has the stories that matter to your money this week.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Money Time • Your Money
Wacky projects from tech's biggest names
August 23rd, 2013
04:52 PM ET
August 23rd, 2013
04:17 PM ET

Dive into The Score

NFL talking with Goole, FIFA World Cup tickets and a high dive from where? Christine Romans give you the play-by-play with The Score.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
August 23rd, 2013
03:59 PM ET

The high cost of higher education

College costs are soaring, and families can't keep up. President Obama has a plan to help students make better decisions, but will it work?


Filed under: Christine Romans • Education • Your Money
August 23rd, 2013
03:23 PM ET

Nasdaq nightmare, tech on a tear

The Nasdaq went dark this week, but tech stocks are still a bright spot for investors. Matt McCall tells Christine Romans which stocks you should be buying, and which ones to get rid of.


Filed under: Christine Romans • Tech • Your Money
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