December 23rd, 2013
12:07 PM ET

The business of being Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer became CEO of Yahoo while the company was in turmoil and was the first Fortune 500 CEO to take the job while pregnant, sparking a nationwide debate about women having it all. Worth an estimated $300 million, Mayer is rewriting the code for women in tech.

December 2nd, 2013
05:56 PM ET

Special (drone) delivery

Amazon says drones could soon bring deliveries right to your doorstep. But is the world ready? Christine Romans reports on why this big idea might not fly.

November 22nd, 2013
04:52 PM ET

It's Money Time, thank you, thank you very much

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.

October 25th, 2013
05:01 PM ET

Wall St. soars, Main St. shrinks

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.

August 16th, 2013
04:35 PM ET

Caught red-handed: Google in your G-mail

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?

August 16th, 2013
01:51 PM ET

The Business of Being Ashton Kutcher

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.