Lynnette Khalfani-Cox and Louis Barajas tell Ali Velshi and Christine Romans that novice investors should focus on the investing process rather than individual products.
Lynnette Khalfani-Cox and Doug Flynn tell Ali Velshi and Christine Romans that women need to be more aggressive in the workforce.
Ali Velshi and Christine Romans ask Thomas Friedman if globalization is good or bad for America's middle class.
Ali Velshi and Christine Romans talk with Doug Flynn and Lynnette Khalfani-Cox about how to dig yourself out of debt, and make sure you're properly budgeted for retirement.
Christine Romans, Jeanne Sahadi, Gloria Borger, and David Walker debate how the Bush-era tax cuts impact the Supercommittee reaching a deal.
Christine Romans talks with Ken Rogoff, Alexis Glick, and Will Cain about President Obama's comment that Americans are 'lazy' when it comes to selling the country.
Christine Romans, Bob Herbert, and Casey Mulligan discuss whether there truly are 'no jobs' and whether unemployment benefits deter Americans from looking for jobs.
Christine Romans asks Pete Dominick, Carmen Wong Ulrich and Poppy Harlow what the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement has accomplished in two months and how it will evolve.
Ali Velshi, Will Cain and Pete Dominick debate the merits of TransCanada's $7B project to carry 700K barrels of oil per day from Canada to the Gulf Coast.
From buying a house to fine-tuning your investments, Ali Velshi explains how you can take control of your money, and tackle the toughest financial decisions.