Marissa Mayer became CEO of Yahoo while the company was in turmoil and was the first Fortune 500 CEO to take the job while pregnant, sparking a nationwide debate about women having it all. Worth an estimated $300 million, Mayer is rewriting the code for women in tech.
He's got a monopoly on funny business. Will Ferrell's slew of hit movies and endorsements keep him smelling the rich mahogany. Christine Romans looks at the business of being the man behind Ron Burgundy's mustache.
Queen bee or wannabe? If you were a hottie in high school you have a better chance of being a high-earning adult. As for the other Queen Bey, Beyoncé's album that dropped online won't be on Target's shelves. Christine Romans will sign your yearbook, here's Money Time.
The FCC is considering lifting the ban on in-flight cell phone use. We took to the streets of New York City to ask people what they would pay to NOT listen to other passengers talking on their phones. The answers may surprise you.
The key to improving American schools could be improving the quality of teachers. Christine Romans sits down with education historian Diane Ravitch.
Diet soda sales have gone flat. But a stack of mortgage application papers is higher than ever. Just sign on the dotted line for this week's Money Time with Christine Romans.
Serving up a lot more than croissants and orange juice at this brunch. Christine Romans sits down with Christiane Amanpour and Candy Crowley to discuss the state of U.S. education.
Billy Joel is in a New York state of mind. The piano man announced he'll perform at Madison Square Garden once a month. And Microsoft is hard at work developing a smart bra that detects your stress levels. It's Moneytime with Christine Romans!
Britney Spears is headed to Vegas again. No, it's not to get married. She's taking up residency at Planet Hollywood for the next two years, for a reported $15 million. From mouseketeer to womanizer: Christine Romans looks at the business of being Britney Spears.
Giving is better than receiving. Right? Time to find out which jobs receive the best tips and which new market Apple chose for its iPhone. Christine Romans has the scoop and more on Money Time.