Is free and private an oxymoron in today's tech world? Christine Romans talks to Rod Beckstrom about how companies like Google are using your personal information to tailor ads. Sounds surprising, but should we expect this from a service we don't pay for?
A house, a good job, a family... that's the stuff American dreams are made of. But America has woken up out of the recession to fewer affordable homes, lower-quality jobs, and higher costs of raising a family. Christine Romans asks Marc Morial and Mohamed El-Erian if the economy can hit the snooze on these alarming trends.
The Justice Department said this week that a merger between US Airways and American Airlines would cost consumers big bucks. Do airline mergers keep the price of flying grounded, or cause it to soar? Christine Romans reports.
Football season is right around the corner, but which teams are in the money? Christine Romans gives you the play-by-play of this week's biggest sports business headlines.
Smart is sexy, Ashton Kutcher says. Well then the man he plays in the new movie “Jobs,” Steve Jobs, was pretty darn sexy. But while you might not be surprised that Kutcher is attractive, you might not know he is also a very savvy tech investor himself. Christine Romans tracks the actor’s rise from “dude” to businessman.
Euro-ka! The European economy has finally revved up. But China is importing their horsepower, oil to be exact. Women are working less and George Zimmer isn't working at all. You'll get your workout keeping up with Christine Romans this week.