He's got a monopoly on funny business. Will Ferrell's slew of hit movies and endorsements keep him smelling the rich mahogany. Christine Romans looks at the business of being the man behind Ron Burgundy's mustache.
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.
Smart is sexy, Ashton Kutcher says. Well then the man he plays in the new movie “Jobs,” Steve Jobs, was pretty darn sexy. But while you might not be surprised that Kutcher is attractive, you might not know he is also a very savvy tech investor himself. Christine Romans tracks the actor’s rise from “dude” to businessman.
Spike Lee's gotta have it... your pledges, that is. John Berman and Spike Lee talk about why the filmmaker has shrugged off the studio and is turning to Kickstarter to crowd-fund his next film.
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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