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Tired of just watching the Oscars on TV? What if the world was watching you take home the gold statue instead? What would you pay to star in a Hollywood blockbuster? We sent a crew to one of New York’s largest movie theatres to find out.
Whether you're planning a spring break getaway or holing up at home, you'll be hit by rising prices. Beef, milk, gas, airline travel, and even a ticket to Disney World will cost you more than they did last year.
Breakfast goes south of the border. Taco Bell’s new Waffle Taco takes on McDonald’s McMuffins in the battle for AM appetites. But she’s already got a hold of America’s taste buds – Paula Deen is back, ya’ll. Christine Romans has this Money Time with a side of syrup.
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.
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.
Parking tickets add up quickly. What if you could pay to get rid of all of them? We took to the streets to find out what people are willing to spend to park anywhere.
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.