Entrepreneurs create 2 out of every 3 new jobs, according to the Small Business Administration. But instead of retiring, baby boomers are starting about twice as many new businesses as millennials. We ask the Kauffman Foundation’s Victor Hwang about the state of start-ups. » Read More
Is it time for a new credit card? Each one offers something different, whether it’s rewards points, cash back, or zero interest balance transfers. We ask financial planner Reed Fraasa to sort through the offers and costs to see which credit card could be the best match for you. » Read More
The stock market has risen sharply, but can those returns continue? Should you make some adjustments to your retirement nest egg? Jack Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, says while we’re at a “hazardous time,” he can tell you how to make sure your retirement plan is safe. » Read More
Isolated Iceland is a world hub for genetic research. Combine its unique gene pool with eight centuries of genealogy records, and you have a treasure trove of genetic information. Reporter Meg Tirrell goes to Reykjavik and finds researchers are exploring this genetic data to help develop new medicines to fight chronic diseases. » Read More
Major brewers including AB InBev and MillerCoors are tapping into the craft beer craze, buying up smaller competitors. Reporter Landon Dowdy takes us to DC Brau where five years after launching their craft brand, they’re remaining independent while still growing.
What’s driving your auto insurance rates up? Are you paying too much for collision damage for an old car? Are you underinsured for liability? Tobie Stanger of Consumer Reports has a buyer’s guide on how to comparison shop for car insurance while carrying enough coverage.
HoneyCo Homes CEO Zachary Watson explains how his company's products can be used to monitor older homeowners, and how the technology can be used in other scenarios.
Until he withdrew, former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder was President Trump’s choice for Labor Secretary. We ask him what automation could mean for the future workforce.
Through gender-specific gear and events, REI is encouraging more women to take a hike. With Susan Viscon, REI Sr. VP of Merchandising.
In a rare interview, New England Patriots football coach Bill Belichick shares with Suzy Welch his leadership tips and when he knew he could be a coach.
Brent Lipschultz of PricewaterhouseCoopers has some suggestions taxpayers often miss or forget to include.
A new study found airline performance is at historic highs. But after the PR disaster and global backlash aimed at United Airlines after forcibly ejecting a passenger this week, how is the travel experience for passengers? Airline Weekly’s Seth Kaplan has the best and worst carriers in this year’s Airline Quality Rating.
Founder and CEO of the Drone Racing League, Nicholas Horbaczweski. explains how the latest technology has evolved into the newest spectator sport.
Today’s Girl Scouts are learning leadership and STEM skills, in addition to earning merit badges for traditional camping and craft skills. Girl Scout CEO Sylvia Acevedo tells us what’s next for the new generation.
CNBC's Diana Olick has the best time to list down to the best day of the week to put your home on the market.
Emma Fletcher of the Better Business Bureau says tax scams account for 25 percent of all fraud complaints they get, she has tips on avoiding the lasted schemes.
Is there room for patient care innovation while the health care battle continues? Jonathan Bush, Athenahealth CEO and co-founder discusses.
The Owlet is a tiny wearable sock that tracks baby’s heart rate and oxygen level, sending the data to your smartphone app. But is it a reliable medical device or a tech gadget? With Kurt Workman, Owlet CEO.
WalletHub senior analyst Jill Gonzalez has simple tips to remember before you file your 2016 return.
Reporter Jane Wells meets three retirees who found paying gigs that allow them to enjoy and finance their second act.