The fantasy sports industry and its attorneys say it’s not gambling because it’s a “game of skill” as opposed to a “game of chance.” Dr. Timothy Fong, UCLA, and Rick Horrow, Horrow Sports Ventures, discuss.» Read More
Are you one of the lucky taxpayers receiving a refund this year? Deciding whether to splurge, save or invest it can be a tough call. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has the best way to put your money to work.
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.
Full-time working women still only earn about 77% of what men do in the same fields. A lawsuit in Silicon Valley is bringing renewed focus to that statistic. Vanity Fair Contributing Editor Bethany McLean on the equality fight for women's pay and promotion.
Patreon is a new crowdfunding site that lets you contribute cash online to your favorite artists -- from musicians to writers to comic book artists. Why do it, how does it work, and how much are content creators getting paid? The co-founders of the site explain.
As the tax deadline edges closer, there's still time to find the most overlooked tax breaks that you may be missing. Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson guides us through the tax maze.
Sure, drones could deliver your packages quicker, but what about the collision risk? The FAA has found there's nearly one safety incident report per day involving drones. Aerospace Industries Association Pres.& CEO Marion Blakey weighs in on the pros and cons.
Looking for a buzz on the go? Palcohol hopes to be that solution. It's a powdered form of alcohol you add to water for a cocktail, but lawmakers and parents aren't happy about it and are calling for it to be banned. Palcohol creator Mark Phillips explains the controversy.
Mom-and-pop shops are struggling to keep up with big cities' rising rents. One social media movement hopes to change that, but is it enough to save the small businesses we know and love? Small Business Reporter Kate Rogers has the details.
Is do-it-yourself really a good idea when it comes to taxes? Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson reveals the dos and don'ts of tax preparation.
Is your retirement at risk? Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker says yes. He sounds the alarm on Social Security's lack of security.
After working at the likes of Foursquare and Andreessen Horowitz, techpreneur Tristan Walker has moved on to his own startup, Bevel. He shares the surprisingly low-tech solution he's found for men's razor bumps.
Apartments in cities like New York, Boston and Seattle are getting even smaller. What's driving people to want to live in 350 square foot rentals? My Micro NY apartment complex architect Mimi Hoang explains the appeal.
There's a cost to being the boss. With now a third of U.S. workers freelancing or being self-employed, Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson warns there are major financial considerations people need to think about to protect their money.
Becky Quick sits down with the world's greatest investor, Warren Buffett, in his most revealing interview yet. He talks about staying optimistic, his unusual diet and what he hates most about his job.
Gas prices are cheap now, but can the good times last? Exxon Mobil CEO and Chairman Rex Tillerson weighs in on the volatile oil markets and where they're headed next.
From Hooters waitress to company president, Kat Cole has had a stellar rise to become a star in the restaurant industry. Focus Brands Group President Kat Cole discusses her new job and how she avoids complacency.
What if you could choose your hourly work schedule based on higher pay and perks? Online retail giant Zappos is testing a surge pay compensation model similar to Uber's demand pricing model. Zappos Labs Senior Product Manager Adam Goldstein discusses.
President Obama wants to change the rules for investment advisors who offer retirement advice. A new proposal would make sure they legally have to put your interest before theirs. Seems like it makes sense, but there are some people against it.
In the U.S. consumers purchase nearly $20 billion worth of athletic footwear annually and sales don¿t seem to be slowing down. Reporter Kate Rogers talks to Ken Silverman, who makes custom sneakers for Justin Timberlake, Beyonce and even an Arab sheik.
A recent court ruling halted President Obama's immigration reform efforts that would have let as many as 5 million undocumented immigrants to avoid deportation. Politico Chief Economic Correspondent Ben White discusses the impact of the ruling.