ON THE MONEY THIS WEEK:
The Fed's Focus
David Bianco, Deutsche Bank Chief U.S. Equity Strategist
Ylan Mui, Washington Post Financial Writer
U.S. markets soared to new highs at the news of the Fed's decision to keep interest rates low for a bit longer, but what happens when the Fed eventually makes its move? How can investors prepare for it, whenever it happens? Deutsche Bank Chief U.S. Equity Strategist David Bianco and Washington Post Financial Writer Ylan Mui discuss the implications of the latest Fed decision.
College and Competition are for Losers
Peter Thiel, PayPal Co-Founder
This Ivy League-educated lawyer turned tech billionaire invested early in Facebook, LinkedIn and Yelp but also says college can wait. Why he'll pay people to drop out. PayPal Co-Founder Peter Thiel also gives tips on how to launch a successful start-up from his new book "Zero to One."
The Tipping Point
Randy Cohen, Former New York Times Ethicist Writer
Are you obligated to tip? Marriott seems to think so. The company announced it would start leaving envelopes for guests to tip their hotel housekeepers. Former New York Times Ethicist Writer Randy Cohen discusses the good and the bad economics of tipping.
Getting Over Health Plan Hurdles
Sharon Epperson, Personal Finance Reporter
Learning about your choices and how health plan works during open enrollment season can mean cutting taxes and saving on medical costs. Personal Finance Reporter Sharon Epperson explains how to pick the right plan.
COMING UP NEXT WEEK ON THE MONEY: The Clinton Global Initiative and a conversation with former President Bill Clinton.