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Did you vow to spend less and save more, or adopt new money habits in 2015? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson shares tips to turn financial resolutions into reality and throughout the rest of your life.
Bitcoin and ApplePay helped to create a new digital economy in 2014 but what will the cyber wallet look like next year? Aspen Institute CEO Walter Isaacson discusses top innovators and new technologies that will shape 2015.
As big as 2014 was, 2015 has the potential to be even bigger. Pulitzer-Prize winning New York Times columnist and author Thomas Friedman discusses his predictions for stories that will make headlines in 2015.
The holidays are over. Did you get a gift that doesn't fit or isn't you? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson fills us in on hassle-free ways to return unwanted presents to get the refund or exchange for the gift you really want.
As the Fed preached patience when it comes to rate hikes, the markets surged, and headed for a Santa Claus Rally. Wharton School Professor of Finance Jeremy Siegel explains why falling oil prices, rising corporate profits and a slow moving Fed could point the way towards Dow 20k.
After more than 50 years of a U.S. economic embargo on Cuba, President Obama announced the restoration of diplomatic ties with the nation still under Castro's regime. Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass discusses what this new foreign policy means for Cuban-American relations.
Disney's "Frozen" is not only the highest-grossing animated movie of all time, it's also a hit on ice! The live entertainment feature "Frozen on Ice" is still at the top spot. Feld Entertainment Executive Vice President Nicole Feld talks how the coolest show on ice became the hottest ticket in town.
The Christmas countdown is underway. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson fills us in on how to beat the clock and the crowds to make sure the presents get under the tree on time.
If there was ever a time to buy a home, it could be now. Yale University Professor of Economics & Co-founder Case-Shiller Index Robert Shiller discusses whether new guidelines will create a housing market boom or another mortgage bubble.
While consumers are rejoicing at the pump, the stock market is diving on fears of slowing global growth, and shrinking demand for crude oil. Fortune Magazine AME Leigh Gallagher discusses whether consumer savings will loosen holiday retail purse strings and Fundstrat Global Advisors Founder Tom Lee discusses falling oil prices and the markets.
Tax filing season is just around the corner. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses last minute tax moves to make in 2014 before you ring in the New Year to help minimize what you pay Uncle Sam.
A world without chocolate? Probably not. But shortage reports are driving up prices and creating a bad taste with consumers. Master French Chocolatier Jacques Torres talks cocoa-nomics and must-have sweets for a chocolate covered holiday!
Yahoo! Finance Senior Columnist Michael Santoli discusses the economy and jobs, and Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman and Univ. of Chicago Booth School of Business Economics Professor Austan Goolsbee discusses cyclical sectors and spending.
Gas prices have been steadily dropping since September and now average below $3/gallon across the country. But what you pay could actually increase if a new tax is enacted. Former Gov. Ed Rendell (D-Pa.) discusses the price of cheap gas to a fuel economy.
Millions of people follow him online and his photo book "Humans of New York," became a #1 The New York Times bestseller. Former bond trader turned photographer Brandon Stanton talks about the enormously popular blog of pictures and stories that become a global social media sensation.
Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses how to keep working longer, and leaving retirement behind for a new career.
This year Black Friday started a day early. Will Thanksgiving Day bargains boost the nearly 20% of annual sales retailers hope to see during the holiday season? Macy's Chairman & CEO Terry Lundgren discusses consumer confidence and how one of the world's largest department stores manages to pull in record crowds to make miracles on 34th Street.
Nestled between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, the day smaller shops hope customers spend big bucks. Reporter Kate Rogers talks to local businesses about their high holiday sales hopes and American Express Open Product Executive Vice President Denise Pickett discusses the season of shopping small.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are about getting good deals. Giving Tuesday is about giving something back. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses how to make sure your charitable donations land in the right hands.
White or red? Which wine pairs well with the holidays? Food & Wine Magazine Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle uncorks gift ideas and talks bargain bottles of bubbly for the festive season and to ring in the New Year.