More companies are crossing borders to escape U.S. taxes. This week, President Obama urged American companies to be economic patriots. Politico's Chief Economic Correspondent Ben White and CRT Capital's Chief Investment Office Alison Deans debate the nation's tax bill and companies considering renouncing their American citizenship to avoid corporate taxes.» Read More
Andrei Illarionov, Former Economic Policy Advisor to Vladimir Putin from 2000 to 2005, says Putin wants to establish a 'Ukranian Federation' out of the eastern part of the country.
With car recalls and renewed attention on equal pay, do you trust American business? Yale School of Management Senior Associate Dean Jeffrey Sonnenfeld explains the growing trust gap and what smart CEOs can do to fix it.
April 15th is just days away, but there's no need to panic. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson shares her top tips for getting your taxes in on time and error-free.
It's been a volatile week for the markets, between Thursday's selloff, the beginning of earnings season, and the FOMC minutes. Should you pay attention to this roller coaster ride if you're in the markets for the long haul? Ariel Investments Chairman and CEO John Rogers, Jr., weighs in on how the long-term investor should react and which sectors the value investor should be buying.
Tech companies are vying for your TV with their set top devices. What is a set top box, and should you have one? CNET Senior Editor Dan Ackerman reveals what you should know before buying a Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast or latest entrant, Amazon's Fire TV.
The unemployment rate for March held steady at 6.7 percent, yet the markets took a dive on Friday. What's causing the markets to retreat? Former Council of Economic Advisers Chair Austan Goolsbee and Wharton School Professor Jeremy Siegel sound off on where the markets and economy are headed next and what it means for your portfolio.
Don't be so quick to write down deductions and credits on your tax return. Taxpayers could get smacked by a big tax surprise, the alternative minimum tax (AMT), if they're not careful. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson reveals who's most exposed to the AMT and how best to avoid paying it.
Michael Lewis' new book "Flash Boys" alleges that high-frequency trading is rigging the stock market by allowing professional investors to make trades milliseconds ahead of other investors. Are stocks traded on an even playing field? Tradeworx CEO Manoj Narang and KKM Financial CEO Jeff Kilburg debate the pros and cons of high-frequency trading for the average investor.
A third of American workers are freelancers, and that number is expected to rise to 50 percent by 2020. Why are more and more Americans taking on gigs? Start-up entrepreneurs, Fancy Hands Founder Ted Roden and Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman, explain why freelancing is so attractive for both workers and the economy.
Four years after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, a look at where enrollment and the insurance industry stands with former White House advisor on health care, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel. The man at the center of designing Obamacare predicts employer-provided health insurance will cover less than 20% of Americans by 2025.
After a week when small cap stocks and biotechs are hammered, the economy may be doing better than everyone thought. Investment strategist Jason Trennert and financial reporter Ylan Mui on the Fed, the markets and the big banks.
Ways to save on your upcoming tax bill, no matter your income. Sharon Epperson with advice on deductions you may be missing.
3D printing has the ability to turn ideas into objects, immediately. Founder and CEO of MakerBot Industries, Bre Pettis, on the consumer and professional revolution possible with this emerging technology.
Whether you're a newlywed or recently retired, there are tax savings you could be missing out on! Personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson shares her tips for cutting your tax bill this year.
Stocks tumbled mid-week after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen suggested interest rates may go up six months after the central bank ends its bond-buying program. Should the markets fear a rate hike? Yahoo! Finance's Aaron Task and Barclays' Barry Knapp discuss Yellen's long-term impact on the markets and your money.
Travel + Leisure Magazine's Sarah Spagnolo says things are getting tougher for the consumer flyer and frustration is rising.
Toyota was fined $1.2 billion for covering up its vehicles' acceleration problems while GM is facing a criminal investigation for faulty ignition switches. Who's watching the automakers to make sure you're safe and are they doing their job? "Engines of Change" author Paul Ingrassia and Former NHTSA Administrator Joan Claybrook sound off on how regulators got it so wrong and whether today's cars are actually safe.
St. Patrick's Day isn't complete without the pubs that keep the good times rolling. NYC¿s oldest Irish bar, McSorley's Old Ale House, has served customers for 160 years. Is the luck of the Irish the secret to its success? Owners Matthew Maher and Theresa Maher de la Haba reveal how they turned their bar into a pot of gold!
A 1970 NBC News visit to McSorley's, soon after it was sued by the National Organization for Women for its men-only policy. Interview with manager Danny Kirwan.
Irish whiskey sales are up 400 percent in the last decade. Why is this classic spirit seeing a resurgence? Becky Quick gets a look at the business behind the bottle and a taste test, too, with the help of Food & Wine Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle.