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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.
How can you race to the top of the corporate ladder? We ask Jack Welch, the man today's CEOs try to emulate. The former GE CEO and executive chairman of the Jack Welch Management Institute explains how over-delivering is a professional's best strategy.
A 1956 Today show report at McSorley's Old Ale House, when the bar's century-old location was under threat of demolition from a local building project.
Forget the weather! This week, fears over China and Crimea caused a sudden sell off in equities. Is the bull market over or are the markets experiencing a minor slump? Morgan Stanley Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Adam Parker and Deutsche Bank Chief U.S. Economist Joe LaVorgna weigh in on the market pullback, what the Fed will do next and investing opportunities you can jump on now!
On the 5-year anniversary of the bull market, the S&P 500 index has nearly tripled in value, American households are worth more than ever, and unemployment is in decline. Are these indicators the economy is waking from its winter slumber? S&P Capital IQ Equity Chief Investment Officer Erin Gibbs and Simply Money Advisors CEO Nathan Bachrach sound off on the jobs report, economy and where to find yield now.
Russia's invasion of Crimea upset both the international community and the markets. How does this threat impact the global economy and your portfolio? Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass breaks down Russia's end game, the possibility of another cold war and the best case scenario for the U.S.
Becky Quick sits down for a rare interview with the Oracle of Omaha. Berkshire Hathaway Chairman & CEO Warren Buffett reveals his secrets to picking the right stocks and boosting retirement savings!
Housing activity has dropped to nearly a two-year low. Is the housing boom already going bust? S&P Dow Jones Indices Managing Director and Chairman David Blitzer and Zillow Contributor Vera Gibbons look at the latest housing data and weigh in on what it means for momentum, mortgage rates and your money.
The markets keep accelerating to new highs, but the economy seems stuck in neutral. How are these mixed signals impacting your portfolio? ConvergEx Group Chief Market Strategist Nick Colas and Brown Brothers Harriman Chief Investment Strategist Scott Clemons debate the disconnect and where the bull market is headed next.
Becky Quick learns the business of basketball from the man who built the NBA into a billion dollar ballgame. Former NBA Commissioner David Stern talks about his legacy and his hopes for the league's continued success.
Social media giant Facebook bought mobile messaging company WhatsApp for $16 billion, the biggest acquisition of a startup ever. Is this a sign of an impending bubble? Metropolitan Capital President Karen Finerman and The Guardian U.S. Finance and Economics Editor Heidi Moore weigh in on the deal shaking up the tech world and what it means for your money.
Amy Chua, best known for her memoir "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother," returns with a controversial new idea. She and her husband Jed Rubenfeld attempt to explain why certain ethnic groups succeed in their latest book "The Triple Package."
The Congressional Budget Office reported this week that a boost to the federal minimum wage could cost the economy jobs, but would lift some 16 million people out of poverty. Is this the way to go? Citigroup Global Banking Vice Chair and former CBO Director Peter Orszag analyzes the numbers behind the CBO¿s latest report and how they¿ll impact the political debate over raising the minimum wage.
Extreme weather on both coasts has driven the news headlines. The East's heavy snowfall and the West's severe drought could be costing our economy growth and jobs. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack explains how weathernomics works and the impact on your wallet.
The markets breathed a sigh of relief after new Fed Chair Janet Yellen addressed Congress this week. Is the economy doing better, and what does it mean to your money? BTIG Chief Global Strategist Dan Greenhaus and BlackRock Managing Director Rick Rieder weigh in on Yellen¿s testimony, the economy¿s mixed signals and buying opportunities you don¿t want to miss.
Becky Quick talks with the controversial author who says women can¿t have it all. How can women blaze new trails and still have a family? New America Foundation President and CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter reveals why men might be the answer.