Breakfast goes south of the border. Taco Bell’s new Waffle Taco takes on McDonald’s McMuffins in the battle for AM appetites. But she’s already got a hold of America’s taste buds – Paula Deen is back, ya’ll. Christine Romans has this Money Time with a side of syrup.
Oscar attendees will pick up $80,000 in gift bag swag. Doctor? Check. Yoga teacher? Done that. Now Barbie can cross entrepreneur off her list. And if you picked up Hot Pockets recently, check for a recall. Christine Romans has this week’s Money Time.
Graco recalls car seats. But Barbie is unrestrained on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Here are the money headlines you missed.
CVS might be kicking the habit, but luxury car sales are smoking. And in the time it took you to read that, an American's identity was stolen. Christine Romans lights up this 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.
A CEO can't really get a promotion, but Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is getting a $3 million raise. And it turns out Zappos.com employees don't even need promotions - the company did away with formal job titles. Christine Romans is Founder and President of this week's Money Time.
Queen bee or wannabe? If you were a hottie in high school you have a better chance of being a high-earning adult. As for the other Queen Bey, Beyoncé's album that dropped online won't be on Target's shelves. Christine Romans will sign your yearbook, here's Money Time.
Diet soda sales have gone flat. But a stack of mortgage application papers is higher than ever. Just sign on the dotted line for this week's Money Time with Christine Romans.
Billy Joel is in a New York state of mind. The piano man announced he'll perform at Madison Square Garden once a month. And Microsoft is hard at work developing a smart bra that detects your stress levels. It's Moneytime with Christine Romans!