On the Money On the Money: Video


  • Frankly speaking

    It's been five years since the passage of Dodd-Frank. Is the average American better off? Former Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) on whether the landmark financial reform-law is protecting Americans.

  • Connect the docs

    America's health care industry is being dragged into the 21st century when it comes to being connected. Why is it so tough for Doctors to go digital? Athenahealth Chairman & CEO Jonathan Bush discusses health care innovation and where we¿ll be in five years.

  • Strings attached

    D'Addario & Company CEO Jim D'Addario comes from a long line of musical instrument string makers. What started as a craft in Italy in 1680 is now a multi-million dollar eight-generation family business based in New York. Kate Rogers reports on how keeping it all in the family is still in tune with success.

  • Finance and Freud

    For some, money woes could point to other underlying problems. That's where financial therapists come in. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson reports on how taking a deeper look into your financial well-being could boost your wealth and health.

  • Pack your bags

    Despite the consolidation of major U.S. airlines, there are still lots of choices for how to find and book flights. Kayak Co-Founder & CEO Steve Hafner discusses whether fewer airlines and more travel sites mean better bargains.

  • Tech chic

    Tech and fashion don't always mix and no one wants to look like a robot. Accessories and apparel designer Rebecca Minkoff and her brother, Uri, discuss how they join retail with innovation for tech savvy consumers.

  • Hands on the wheel

    Uber has become a multibillion-dollar business by putting drivers on the road to becoming entrepreneurs. But if you think Ubers driver are largely Millenials looking to earn pocket change then guess again. Kate Rogers reports on how Baby Boomers are enjoying third-acts in the sharing economy.

  • Solar savings

    Is going solar a bright idea? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson explains whether spending money on solar means big savings, or big headaches.

  • Bases loaded

    The average pro baseball team is worth at least $1.2 billion. Still, the game isn't drawing younger fans. The Washington Post Senior Editor Marc Fisher and the Wharton School's Kenneth Shropshire discuss whether it's an aging audience, or something more ominous.

  • Kidnapped!

    International business travel hit nearly $1.2 trillion in 2014. As corporations look to increase cross-border businesses, employers are concerned about workplace safety for expatriate staff. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky undergoes survival camp for business execs and shows how to survive a kidnapping.

  • Not just for start-ups

    With some 65 million freelancers and solo entrepreneurs in the workforce by 2020, the demand for office space and services outside the home is growing. Mission 50 Workspaces Pres. & Co-Founder Gregory Dell Aquilla and Grind Co-Founder Benjamin Dyett discuss the real estate needs of a co-working community.

  • Searching for yield

    If you're holding cash, finding the highest interest rates on FDIC-insured savings accounts can be a chore. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson explains how to get the most out of your money.

  • Planes, trains & automobiles

    Millions of Americans will hit the road for July 4th weekend, and they¿ll likely hit a pothole or two. Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell sounds off on how Washington can repair our broken transportation system.

  • TV¿s triumph

    Who's watching TV? According to "Television Is The New Television" author Michael Wolff, almost everyone. He reveals how the television industry one-upped the digital revolution to come out on top while other industries like print and music failed.

  • Broadway bargains

    A startup wants to help theater-goers score last minute Broadway tickets for a steal. Today Tix CEO Merritt Baer and Chairman Brian Fenty explain how their app is changing the industry for the better.

  • Big deals

    Searching for summer bargains? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson shares what are the best deals of the season.

  • Is soda the new tobacco?

    San Francisco wants to alert residents to what it says are the dangers of soda by requiring soda ads to include health warnings. Center for Consumer Freedom Executive Director Rick Berman sounds off on whether we should be monitoring people¿s sweet tooth.

  • An app a day

    Can an app a day keep the doctor away? Reporter Bertha Coombs finds out from a group of doctors and patients who is using the Apple Watch to fight against diabetes.

  • The return of roller coasters

    The theme park business is on the upswing with more roller coasters debuting this year than at any time since 2008. About.com Theme Park Expert Arthur Levine reviews the ones not to miss and explains how you can afford to ride them all this summer.

  • Syndication savings

    Staying home for a summer vacation? Don't despair. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson shares tips on how to have a stay-cation to remember.

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