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.
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.
He may have left the building, but Elvis' brand hasn't lost that loving feeling for investors. Let's rock, Christine Romans. This is ain't nothin' but Money Time.
Wall Street continues to make steady gains but slow job growth and low consumer confidence means middle class Americans have been left behind. Christine Romans asks Jake Tapper and Greg Valliere whether we can depend on government to bridge the gap.
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?
This week: one pricey little prince, Google’s march to world domination, and the home of the “fourth meal” says adios to four-year-olds. Christine Romans sprints through the headlines. Can you keep up?
They are the biggest issues in your life: Your job, your savings, your home, and your debt. Christine Romans breaks down the business news of the week and shows you how it impacts your bottom line. Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. ET
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