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  • Doggie overnight care

    DogVacay co-founder and CEO Aaron Hirschhorn explains how they “vet” prospective dog sitters. Plus a DogVacay host on why he left a finance career to work with pets full-time.

  • Hidden 401(k) Fees

    We ask Stacy Francis, CEO of Francis Financial, what you should do to keep more of your retirement savings in your own account.

  • Innovative medicine

    Toby Cosgrove, President and CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, explains how a physician and a tablet are combining for the closest thing to a house call for many routine checkups. Plus, Dr. Cosgrove shares the latest on the Zika threat and how progress is being made against many forms of cancer.

  • Top State for Business

    Reporter Scott Cohn finds which states rank at the top and the bottom in the annual rankings.

  • Sweet rewards

    Tea-rrific Ice Cream, makes artisanal ice cream. We talk to founder Mario Leite about his sweet second act.

  • Fitness guaranteed

    If you join his NYC gym, and don’t achieve the fitness goals agreed upon, he will give you a full refund. Too good to be true? Andrea Day reports.

  • Summer sun protection

    What do the SPF numbers really mean? We ask Tricia Calvo, Consumer Reports Deputy Editor for Food and Health, which sunscreens come out on top.

  • Retirement red zone

    Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has the steps necessary to minimize your risk and maximize your savings for when you need it most.

  • Brexit travel bargains

    Travel+Leisure News Director Sara Clemence explains how Brexit’s impact could expand your travel options this year, making hotels and flights here in the U.S. less expensive.

  • Taking a year off for a national park trek

    Cole and Elizabeth Donelson explain why they decided to visit all 59 national parks in the US, how they did it, and how much it is costing them. Plus, what’s next when their adventure ends next month?

  • On the Money 1

    What will change in the U.S. relationship with “Little England”? We ask Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations whether America’s economy and security will suffer now that Britain is leaving the EU.

  • On the Money 2

    David Kelly, J.P Morgan’s Chief Global Strategist, explains what this shakeup could mean for your money. Is Brexit a buying opportunity or should you hold off on any new moves?

  • On the Money 3

    We sit down with the GM's chief executive, Mary Barra, to find out where the company and the auto industry, are headed.

  • On the Money 4

    Is self-service beer a trend that will take off? We ask Jacqueline Munson, the entrepreneur who opened the NYC bar, Paloma Rocket, and Pour My Beer CEO Josh Goodman, who sells the self-serve system to pubs and restaurants.

  • Smarter home

    White House Chef Sam Kass and Dana Wollman, Engadget, have the smart home devices available now, and what’s next in the connected house of the (near) future.

  • Helping hand

    Reporter Meg Tirrell brings us the next generation of prosthetics built with technology that’s helping improve quality of life for both soldiers and people facing debilitating diseases.

  • On the Money 2

    Just 12 and 10 years old, siblings Caroline and Cole Cooper have both been diagnosed with a rare genetic retinal disease. While struggling with limited sight, both children were in danger of going completely blind. Their concerned parents learned there was no cure. But they refused that diagnosis and found a possible cutting edge medical breakthrough. A Philadelphia biotech company was researching gene therapy as an experimental treatment. Reporter Meg Tirrell meets the family placing hope on a new procedure that could be a treatment for limited vision.

  • On the Money 3

    Your credit rating carries a lot of weight. From the credit card interest rates banks will offer you, to your mortgage rate, the number labels your risk to lenders. How do you find what’s in your credit report? And what if it’s wrong? Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson shares her tips as well as how to avoid scammers promising an easy credit fix, for a price.

  • On the Money 1

    “Meternity” is a novel about a woman who fakes a pregnancy to get maternity leave. While the story is fiction, the author did take a break from work in her mid-30s to travel and write her first novel. She referred to this time in her life as her “meternity.” She believes a break can be a benefit for workers, with or without children. The backlash against author Meghann Foye came from critics calling her views as selfish and entitled. Meghann Foye, explains her take on what became a volatile issue.

  • Paper or plastic?

    This fall, NYC will implement a 5 cent bag fee. Do these bag bans reduce litter? Or do they take away choice and shift expense and damage elsewhere? We ask environmental attorney Jennie Romer and Todd Myers, environmental director of the Washington Policy Center.

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