September 11th, 2011
08:55 AM ET

Building a renaissance for Lower Manhattan

The Pasquarelli family will move back to Lower Manhattan after $30B has been invested to rebuild the financial district. Mary Snow reports.


Filed under: Life after 9/11
September 10th, 2011
01:55 PM ET

Can U.S. create jobs?

Diane Swonk argues that old economic models don't work anymore and Roland Martin says the economy won't improve without a rise in consumer spending. Christine Romans moderates


Filed under: State of Your Job
September 10th, 2011
01:15 PM ET

Breaking down Obama's jobs plan

Christine Romans, Ken Rogoff and Stephen Moore examine the American Jobs Act to see if it will actually boost employment.

September 9th, 2011
04:00 PM ET

Ex-New York Stock Exchange boss Richard Grasso: Return to post-9/11 unity

The former NYSE Chairman tells Christine Romans that markets will not stabilize until Washington politicians put the country ahead of their own interests.


Filed under: Your Money
September 5th, 2011
12:25 PM ET

The best insulator against unemployment

Ali Velshi, Christine Romans and Pete Dominick show that graduates earn more and have higher rates of employment than those without degrees.


Filed under: State of Your Job • The Ticker
September 4th, 2011
03:25 PM ET

AFL-CIO President: "We can compete with anyone in the world"

Richard Trumka cautions Ali Velshi that research & development efforts will move overseas if U.S. manufacturing is not strengthened.


Filed under: Politics of Money
September 3rd, 2011
01:55 PM ET

Velshi to Obama: Go big on jobs

Ali Velshi calls on the President to present a plan to put the unemployed to work now and retrain workers for the jobs of the future.


Filed under: XYZ
September 3rd, 2011
01:50 PM ET

Test driving the Fiat 500

David Champion calls the Fiat 500 a fun ride, but cautions that it may be difficult to live with. Ali Velshi reports.


Filed under: Your Money
September 2nd, 2011
03:42 PM ET

Breaking down the jobs report

After a disappointing jobs report, Ali Velshi, Ken Rogoff, Gloria Borger and Lakshman Achuthan predict what's ahead for the economy & jobs.


Filed under: State of Your Job
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