Suze Orman gives investment advice and tells Ali Velshi that consumers should focus on getting rid of debt.
Ali Velshi says voters should pay attention to their own situations, not the unemployment rate.
Micheline Maynard and Peter Valdes-Dapena assess Detroit's mood and explain what's ahead for electric cars.
After a volatile year for the market in 2011, Jim Awad and Caryn Zweig tell Ali Velshi that investors must look at preserving their capital.
Ali Velshi applauds the pioneers of LCD displays and stresses the importance of engineering education.
Will Cain, David Gergen and Ali Velshi discuss the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the President's recess appointments.
Ali Velshi breaks down December's jobs report and asks Alexis Glick whether the upward trend from the end of 2011 will continue in 2012.
There are two types of people in the world: those who have credit scores above 700 and those who don’t. This is for the latter.
In a sense, we all have been global citizens since the Great Recession. Who knew that a butterfly trading stocks in Greece creates a hurricane in U.S. markets? There’s not much you can do about that. What you can do is fix your own situation, starting with your credit.