Facebook dished out $19 billion for WhatsApp. Did it overpay or make a smart investment? “WhatsApp will prove to be the most successful start to exit in the history of technology,” venture capitalist Mark Suster tells Christine Romans.
Can you survive on $7.25 an hour? The minimum wage today buys 20 percent less than what it did 50 years ago. President Obama hopes to raise it to $10.10 an hour but some are saying raising the minimum wage will hurt the very people it is supposed to help.
Graco recalls car seats. But Barbie is unrestrained on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Here are the money headlines you missed.
A college degree is worth it, more so today than ever before. Rana Foroohar tells Christine Romans about a six-year high school that’s backed by IBM and can guarantee job opportunities for its students.
Companies just can’t seem to win when it comes to Olympic advertising. McDonalds, Visa and Coca-Cola are facing backlash for advertising in a country cracking down on LGBT activists. Brian Stelter, John Berman and Christine Romans discuss how social media can menace big sponsorships.
California famers produce half of the country’s homegrown fruit, nuts, and vegetables. An exceptional drought is decimating those crops. That could mean bigger grocery bills for shoppers nationwide.
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.
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.
"The rich take care of themselves," New Gingrich tells Christine Romans. Less regulation and less red tape are the key to getting the economy going again.
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.