September 13th, 2013
01:43 PM ET

Class of 2008: where are they now?

Whether they flunked or passed, they all took a crash course in crisis economics. Zain Asher takes a look at where the heavy hitters from the financial crisis are now.

Filed under: Your Money • Zain Asher
September 13th, 2013
01:40 PM ET

Roadblocks to refinancing

Mortgage rates are historically low, but not everyone can take advantage. Christine Romans reports on why mortgage rates of the past could cost opportunities in the future.

Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
September 6th, 2013
06:28 PM ET

Delaying Syrian attack, damaging American reputation?

Is postponing an attack on Syria putting American political dysfunction on display to the rest of the world? John Berman asks Christiane Amanpour how squabbling in Washington could hurt American interests abroad.

September 6th, 2013
05:10 PM ET

Job gains in August: fair fight or forfeit?

August's jobs report: the good, the bad, and the labor force participation rate. The big numbers are on track, but Alison Kosik reveals that these stats aren't pretty, especially for the Americans who have dropped out of the labor force completely.

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Filed under: Alison Kosik • Economy • Jobs • Magic Wall • Your Money
September 6th, 2013
03:38 PM ET

The Score: trick shots

Forget half-court shots - you've never seen a basketball swish like this. And forget alcohol too—marijuana advocates say Broncos players should smoke pot instead. Get in the huddle with John Berman for The Score.

September 6th, 2013
03:35 PM ET

Syria, oil, and your money

Oil prices are at a two-year high as investors worry about a U.S. strike in Syria and ongoing turmoil in the middle east. John Berman explains why the U.S. is more prepared to deal with supply disruptions than it was in 2003.

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Filed under: Your Money
September 6th, 2013
01:41 PM ET

Ring ring... it's Money Time!

Whether you're watching this on the newest iPhone, an old Nokia, or even your watch, John Berman fills you in on what matters to your money this week.

September 5th, 2013
04:35 PM ET

The business of being Peyton Manning

To kick off the NFL 2013 season, the Denver Broncos took down the reigning Super Bowl champs, the Baltimore Ravens. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is also winning off the field. Christine Romans explores the business of being a four-time League MVP.

Filed under: Christine Romans • Your Money
September 5th, 2013
11:04 AM ET

Is college worth it?

Nothing in American life has risen in price so quickly as a college education, up more than 500 percent since 1985. But does going into the red to pay for a degree mean more green for graduates? Christine Romans reports.

Filed under: Christine Romans • Education • Your Money
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