Lobster prices are sinking, but many diners are still getting pinched on the tab. Maria cracks the case on the crustacean economy with Food & Wine Magazine's Dana Cowin. Plus, tasty lobster rolls from Los Angeles-based Cousins Maine Lobster owners' Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac.» Read More
Obamacare approaches a critical stage this fall when the health insurance exchanges begin on October 1. Are we ready for the rollout? Former White House Advisor on Health Care Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel gives his diagnosis of where Obamacare stands and what it will ultimately do for the quality and price of health care.
The markets managed another record-setting week amid new insider trading charges against one of the most profitable hedge funds on Wall Street, SAC Capital. Will this scandal shake confidence in the markets? Princeton University Economics Professor and "Rebalance IRA" board member Burton Malkiel weighs in on the potential impact, and reveals how to get the most out of your retirement savings.
Gas prices continue a roller-coaster climb, but will they soon come hurtling down? Gulf Oil CEO Joseph Petrowski thinks so, and predicts $2.30 a gallon by year-end. But as tensions in the Middle East mount, causing oil to soar, Barclays Senior Geopolitical Strategist Helima Croft isn't so sure.
The markets hit new all-time highs after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke before Congress this week. Is Wall Street hearing his message loud and clear now? American Century Investments CEO Jonathan Thomas and the firm's Senior Portfolio Manager Richard Weiss dig into what Bernanke¿s testimony, the latest earnings reports and Detroit's bankruptcy filing mean for your portfolio.
Maria gets into the swing of things with the host of Golf Channel's "The Haney Project," Hank Haney. Haney gives Maria some lessons on the green, details about his relationship with Tiger Woods, and how golf is expanding its appeal.
After seeing success in Minneapolis, Washington, DC, and Kansas City, the bike sharing craze finally hits the Big Apple. Maria takes a ride on the Citi Bike with NYC Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan.
Rising rates and home prices are sending potential homebuyers scrambling. Is this the time to buy? The Peebles Corporation CEO Don Peebles breaks down the state of real estate and which markets are heating up.
The markets ended the week at record highs after soothing words from Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke and upbeat earnings from two major banks. Is there more room to run? Divine Capital Founder and CEO Danielle Hughes and Nuveen Asset Management Chief Equity Strategist Bob Doll talk earnings expectations, the impact of rising rates and where the markets are headed.
What will the second half of 2013 bring? Maria looks ahead to the stories that will impact your money, from Obamacare and immigration reform to the uprisings in Egypt, with Business Insider's Executive Editor Joe Weisenthal and Politico Chief Economic Correspondent Ben White.
On The Money celebrates July 4th with red, white and blue-inspired drinks from America's new wine regions, with Food & Wine Magazine's Ray Isle.
A surprisingly strong jobs report gave the markets pause on Friday. Will the Fed begin tapering sooner than expected? Moody's Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi and Permanent Portfolio Funds President Mike Cuggino debate the virtues of a brightening labor market and how investors can cash in on the positive news.
Maria sits down for a rare conversation with Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, the man who managed the 2008 financial crisis. From Fed policies to entitlement reform, Paulson gives his take on where the economy stands today and how Washington's inaction hurts our growth.
The bulls came back this week after assurances from the Fed tapering won't begin if the economy weakens. Did Bernanke miscommunicate the Fed position?University of Chicago Professor Austan Goolsbee and "Marketplace" Host Kai Ryssdal address the Fed's misfire, market volatility and the impact of the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage.
Maria gets a once-in-a-lifetime music lesson from superstar cellist Yo-Yo Ma. The renowned performer also shares what he thinks about the state of classical music in the new millennium and digital's effect on the bottom line.
From child prodigy to world-famous cellist, Yo-Yo Ma reveals his secrets for success and how new artists can still make a living in a digital world.
Maria sits down for an exclusive interview with one of Washington's most powerful leaders, House Speaker John Boehner. The Speaker weighs in on everything from Ben Bernanke, the immigration debate to the Republicans challenging his leadership.
Today's seniors are steering clear of the once popular golf communities when they hit retirement. Where is this wealthy demographic migrating? "The Atlantic Cities" Co-Founder and Editor-At-Large Richard Florida reveals the new hotspots for seniors and this trend's economic impact.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke and the markets tanked. Bernanke confirmed that the Fed will slow down its bond-buying program later this year. Are the markets overreacting? Former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Alan Blinder and Morgan Stanley Chief US Equity Strategist Adam Parker talk Fed pullback, the economic outlook and equities' future.
Big losses in Japan and a spike in interest rates for the 10-year bond caused the markets to tumble early in the week. They soon recovered on hopes the Fed wouldn¿t slow down its bond buying program anytime soon. Is the volatility back? Strategas Research Partners Chief Investment Strategist Jason Trennert and Bessemer Trust Chief Investment Officer Rebecca Patterson discuss where the markets stand now and if investors should make moves in their portfolios.
Maria discusses immigration reform's potential impact with former AMD CEO Hector Ruiz, a Mexican immigrant who used to cross the border legally to attend school in the U.S.