ON THE MONEY THIS WEEK:
Stocks: Fed Remove Crutch, Markets Run
Bob Doll, Nuveen Capital Management Chief Equity Strategist
The Fed puts an end to Quantitative Easing, Japan starts a version of its own. The combination was enough to send stocks soaring. But what happens next week, with the midterm election, and the jobs report? Nuveen Capital Management's Bob Doll says the markets like elections, and the US economy is picking up strength.
The Future is Now
Walt Mossberg, Re/Code Co-Executive Editor
From self-driving cars to mobile payment technology, to cable cord cutters…technologies that seemed far in the future a few years ago,are a reality today. Will consumers adopt them, and are they a fad or here to stay? Re/Code's Walt Mossberg says the world is changing, faster than you think.
Lessons in Losing
Brian O'Kelley, AppNexus Founder and CEO
The CEO who's online advertising company is now worth more than a billion dollars talks about the lessons he learned from his failures. Why AppNexus CEO Brian O'Kelley says getting fired was one of the best things that ever happened to him, and he explains his unique business strategy.
Boomers in Business
Sharon Epperson, Personal Finance Reporter
More and more boomers are taking the plunge and launching their own businesses. Why they have a much better success rate than others, what anyone needs to consider before getting ready to launch, and the biggest mistakes people make. Sharon Epperson explains.
COMING UP NEXT WEEK ON THE MONEY: The start-up culture at one of the country's oldest institutions, going hi-tech at West Point.