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.
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.
Can't reach the IT guy? Turns out he might be busy scrubbing porn off your boss's computer. And more in inappropriate movies: gun violence in PG-13 flicks has skyrocketed. The following edition of Money Time with Christine Romans has been approved for all audiences.
The fries are at Burger King, but the calories aren't. Have it your way, Apple. But, Blackberry, where's the beef? Christine Romans has this week's Money Time and, phew, it's a whopper.
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.
If you’ve been eyeing a dream home, you should know the current housing market is pretty dreamy as well. Christine Romans explains why an uptick in home prices and still-low mortgage rates make this a great time to buy.
It was the best of times... to buy a house? Today we learned home prices are up 12.2% since this time last year, but the stock market is up 20%. So, which should you buy? Keith McCullough and Michelle Meyer weighed in this weekend.
Higher mortgage rates don't sound like a good thing, but Christine Romans speaks with Jonathan Miller about why a rate hike could mean a healthier economy.
A Boston contractor has an unusual problem: too much work. Zain Asher reports.
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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