On the Money On the Money: Video


  • Making big data personal

    Confluent CEO Jay Kreps and Head of Engineering Neha Narkhede discuss how their business helps companies gain instant digital insight into the everyday lives of individuals…and how they’re profiting from it.

  • Social Security conundrum

    Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discusses the strategies you (and your spouse) should consider to potentially maximize your benefits.

  • Global digital revolution

    Is the United States falling behind in the race from the information age to the digital age? That’s what tech titan John Chambers is warning at the Clinton Global Initiative. Plus Erica Kochi, the Co-Founder of UNICEF’s Innovation Unit shares insight into what young people around the world are telling world leaders they need more.

  • Standoff to shutdown

    Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and National Review Senior Editor, Ramesh Ponnuru. discuss congressional leadership changes, social and spending policy compromises, and what another government shutdown could cost the country and the economy.

  • Divinity & diplomacy

    Fr. Thomas Reese, S.J., National Catholic Reporter Senior Analyst discusses Pope Francis’ message and his hope for the future of America.

  • Lease or buy a car?

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the advantages and disadvantages of leasing versus owning and how the cost of leasing compares to buying a new car.

  • Counting your eggs

    Reporter Morgan Brennan reports on the hatching start-ups of renting chickens.

  • Big League lessons

    Drew Hawkins, Managing Director & Head of Global Sports and Entertainment at Morgan Stanley, and former NFL Linebacker and CBS Analyst Bart Scott explain how they’ve teamed up to teach winning financial strategies to pro athletes.

  • Hot Mama success

    Hot Mama Founder & CEO Megan Tamte discusses rebranding her mom-minded business to Evereve and how her start-up retail sensation is growing into a fashionable online and brick and mortar success.

  • Working for a living

    The author of “Why We Work,” Professor Barry Schwartz, discusses how money and titles are nice, but what makes a job meaningful can be equally important.

  • Chip in your wallet

    Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson reports on new technology that can protect consumers and change the way you use credit and debit cards.

  • The boardroom or the baby

    Prof. Stew Friedman of The Wharton School and Prof. Joan Williams from Univ. of California Hastings Center discuss whether tech companies encouraging employees to put the work away and pick up their baby instead, could be a step towards changing national labor policies.

  • Targeting retirement

    Target-date funds are a popular option among those seeking a hands-off approach to retirement investing. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson talks about choosing the right path for your financial horizons.

  • Worth the wait

    Americans spend roughly 37 billion hours each year waiting in line. Same Ole Line Dudes Founder & CEO Robert Samuel discusses how time is money and being in the business of throwing his “wait” around to take your place in line.

  • Dorm deluxe

    Luxury living has hit college campuses and off-campus housing. Reporter Diana Olick explains how companies catering to the expensive tastes of college students are providing granite countertops and infinity pools for students.

  • From football to finance

    Movement Mortgage CEO and Co-Founder Casey Crawford discusses how his second career started with a Google search, and how his successful start-up is scoring by providing home loans to millennial first-time buyers across forty states.

Contact On the Money: Video

  • Showtimes

    Saturdays 5:30a ET
    Check your local listings.