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  • Trade retaliation and retail

    National Retail Federation CEO Matthew Shay on which consumer products could be impacted by a trade war between the US and China, and when the dueling tariffs could increase the prices you pay at the store.

  • College worries

    What are parents and high school students most worried about? The Princeton Review’s Editor-In-Chief Rob Franek has the results of their latest survey into the admissions process. Does the cost benefit analysis for an undergraduate degree still work in this economy, at these prices?

  • Confused cars

    Reporter Phil LeBeau has a startup that can take the wheel of the autonomous-drive vehicle, and steer it out of danger from hundreds of miles away. CNET Roadshow’s Tim Stevens on how autonomous car testing can be made safer and whether new safety regulations are needed.

  • Money lessons

    Young adults who take financial education classes are better prepared with good savings habits than those who don’t, according to a new study. Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has tips on money conversations you can have at home to help your kids get smart about saving and spending.

  • Fast lane

    Clear is a private company that, with a fingertip or iris scan, gets you through airport security faster than TSA PreCheck or Global Entry. Now nine MLB ballparks have Clear available to get fans more quickly to their seats. Clear CEO Caryn Seidman Becker says that’s just the beginning, their biometric technology could soon replace your IDs and credit cards.

  • Remodel & resale

    Which home renovation projects are most likely to retain value at resale time? We ask Cheryl Young, Senior Economist, Trulia, and Scott McGillivray from DIY Network.

  • Mr. Chocolate

    Easter is the biggest holiday for candy sales, according to Nielsen. On the premium end, chocolatier Jacques Torres makes handcrafted artisan chocolates, and he brings some of his creations for this holiday weekend.

  • Regulating social media

    We ask Recode’s Ed Lee should the social media platforms allow your personal data to be harvested by outside companies, and how can you protect yourself.

  • Lessons in bitcoin

    College students are interested in bitcoin and blockchain technology, and major colleges and universities like Cal Berkeley are offering courses on them. Reporter Aditi Roy went to visit a classroom and a club, where there is a waiting list to get in.

  • Disappearing deductions

    Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson offers a guide to what you can deduct this year, what you can’t and the changes ahead.

  • Going to the dogs

    Dog trainer Andrea Arden has suggestions on finding the right breed at the right time.

  • State of Retirement

    Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson finds other states are creating their own versions of 401(k) plans.

  • Cost of tariffs

    If other countries retaliate with their own tariffs, will a trade war be next? Stifel Chief Economist Lindsay Piegza has more on the hidden costs of trying to protect particular industries.

  • How much do you need to retire?

    We ask AARP’s Sarah M. Gill: How much do you need to save for retirement?

  • Mindfulness & business

    'Mindfulness is paying attention to your intentions,' says Leah Weiss in her Stanford Business School class. She studied with the Dalai Lama and shares practical and philosophical tips in her new book, “How We Work.” Can skills to relieve stress and increase focus improve both your career and your life?

  • Protect your credit

    Jeff Faulkner of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling has tips on how to safeguard your personal information and credit data.

 

  • Becky Quick

    Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box" and also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On the Money."