Veteran NFL superstar Jerome Bettis swung by Your Money to chat with Christine Romans about what's been driving his post-retirement career, and why he thinks it's a terrible idea for the Super Bowl to be played outdoors this weekend.
Ticket prices to get into the Super Bowl are skyrocketing. We asked how much people would pay to be on the field can catch a pass from Manning.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver and author tells Christine Romans why he's taking a stand against bullying and his new anti-bullying book.
Ben Bernanke is winding down, and one social media giant's profits are ramping up. You can fly around the world, but don't let your account information go worldwide. Christine Romans walks you through a fashionable edition of Money Time.
Netflix gets millions of new users, and the billionaire girls club gets a new member. You can call it sweet, but you don't own the rights to the word "candy." Christine Romans has a tasty Money Time.
Jim Beam is turning Japanese. Will it be good for the liquor brand? Japanese company Suntory Holdings really thinks so. And Pizza Hut is going New York? The chain is now offering its pies by the slice. Christine Romans has all the money headlines you missed on this week’s Money Time.
For the first time, a majority of Americans believe they won't have a better life than their parents. Christiane Amanpour and Candy Crowley discuss why America is the most unequal amongst all the industrialized nations, both in income and opportunity.
'Lone Survivor' is nominated for two Oscars and is on pace to earn over $100 million. The film's star and producer, Mark Wahlberg, knows something about box office bucks - his career of movies has earned almost $3.4 billion. But Wahlberg's Hollywood business all started with some 'Good Vibrations'.
In a week where Google made moves to capture the future, we've got one for them. And a little market research to boot. What would you pay for a phone that lets you see five minutes into the future?
Attention shoppers! If you've ever given your personal information to Target, you might want to take steps to safeguard yourself from the retail giant's holiday data breach. Christine Romans and Susan Grant discuss how you can take the target off of your private information.