The Pasquarelli family will move back to Lower Manhattan after $30B has been invested to rebuild the financial district. Mary Snow reports.
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
Christine Romans, Ken Rogoff and Stephen Moore examine the American Jobs Act to see if it will actually boost employment.
The former NYSE Chairman tells Christine Romans that markets will not stabilize until Washington politicians put the country ahead of their own interests.
Ali Velshi, Christine Romans and Pete Dominick show that graduates earn more and have higher rates of employment than those without degrees.
Richard Trumka cautions Ali Velshi that research & development efforts will move overseas if U.S. manufacturing is not strengthened.
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.
David Champion calls the Fiat 500 a fun ride, but cautions that it may be difficult to live with. Ali Velshi reports.
After a disappointing jobs report, Ali Velshi, Ken Rogoff, Gloria Borger and Lakshman Achuthan predict what's ahead for the economy & jobs.