Have the rules of real estate changed? Even with interest rates low, is now a good time to buy a home, or is renting a better idea? Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries with the answers.» Read More
More boomers are launching their own businesses. Why they have a much better success rate than others, what you need to consider before launch, and the biggest mistakes people make, with Sharon Epperson.
Fears of Europe, Ebola and earnings faded this week as stocks had 2 of their best days of the year. Is smooth sailing ahead? Rebecca Patterson & Joe LaVorgna explain why they're optimistic, and see a stronger US economy and stock market for the rest of the year.
Why is one man spending his billions to save a bankrupt city? Quicken Loans Chairman and Detroit native Dan Gilbert sees a lot more than dollar signs when it comes to Detroit, and says he's investing with both his head and his heart.
Lower oil means higher profits for airlines, but what does it mean for travelers this holiday season? Can you expect better prices? And what's the best way to find bargains? Travel & Leisure Editor Amy Farley has some answers.
You've probably heard of them, but you may not know exactly what they are. Personal Finance Reporter Sharon Epperson explains how an annuity works, what the different types are, whether they're right for you, and why you have to be very careful before you buy.
The market's recovery after a wild week of sell-offs has investors wondering if they should fasten their seatbelts for a bumpier ride ahead or if it will be smooth sailing. Is this just a dip or the beginning of a major market correction? Richard Bernstein discusses what the seesaw trading means for investors and the economy.
How prepared are you to retire? BlackRock CEO Larry Fink says America has a retirement crisis now, and most people simply aren't prepared for the day when their paychecks stop. How you can plan ahead, and what you should do now, to make sure you have enough money.
She says getting fired was the best thing that ever happened to her. ThighMaster queen and "Three's Company" alum, Suzanne Somers is a star at rebranding herself from television actress to entrepreneur. She discusses her multi-million dollar empire and life after show business.
What does the stock market's recent wild ride mean to consumers? For some, the latest correction in stocks has a silver lining. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses why you might have more cash in your pocket this holiday season.
After the most volatile stretch for the Dow in more than three years, should investors brace themselves for more market whiplash? Morgan Stanley Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Adam Parker discusses his predictions, his outlook for the growth of the US economy and why long-term investors should stay calm amidst the wild ride of the bull and bear markets.
Say cheese! Your phone is about to get even smarter. HTC has released a new phone with photo and video features for the selfie-absorbed. HTC Co-Founder Cher Wang discusses how her company aims to recapture the smartphone market.
When does it make more sense to rent than to buy? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson offers a realty reality check on whether home ownership is the right option for you.
As marijuana legalization comes to a vote in three more states on Election Day, one online reality show is hoping viewers will watch budding marijuana millionaires compete to grow their budding business. Correspondent Jane Wells introduces you to several show contestants, and The Denver Post Marijuana Editor Ricardo Baca discusses cashing in on cannabis.
As investors become increasingly nervous about stocks, the Oracle of Omaha isn't worried about a shaky market. Berkshire Hathaway CEO and legendary investor Warren Buffet discusses investing for the long term, the future of newspapers, and why he really likes cars.
Despite unexpected gains in the September employment number, global economic fear factors are causing major market volatility and investors are starting to cut back. Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders discusses why you should be optimistic about the dollar and in U.S. equities.
What do you do after you've spent 40 years building the nation's fifth-largest auto dealership? You sell it to Warren Buffett, of course. Berkshire Hathaway Automotive Group Chairman Larry Van Tuyl discusses why he sold his family business and how he plans to keep working to grow the company.
Is life insurance really worth the money? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson offers advice on how taking the time to plan ahead could secure your family's financial safety net.
As volatility in the market begins to tighten investors' belts, Vanguard Group Founder and investment icon Jack Bogle discusses strategies to stay the course. Also, he shares his thoughts on fellow icon investor Bill Gross's departure from Pimco.
Although he's retired as Commander-in-Chief of the United States, the former President is very much active in discussing policy for some of the world¿s biggest problems. Former President Bill Clinton on politics, economics and even whom he hopes might be the next person to sit in the Oval Office.
Does big business have a heart or do they only care about their balance sheets? Hershey President and CEO John Billbrey, Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant and Apple Head of Environment Initiatives Lisa Jackson discuss corporate America's responsibility to its consumers in a special conversation at the Clinton Global Initiative.