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  • Boomerang kids

    After college graduation, could your young adult be moving back home? A recent U.S. Census Bureau study found 34% of millennials will be returning to live with their parents. While they search for a job, should you charge rent? Should there be an exit plan? We ask psychologist Rosemary Lichtman, co-author of “Whose Couch Is It Anyway?”

  • Mother of invention

    To fix a messy yogurt spill, Kristin Ahmer invented a spill-proof, dishwasher-safe reusable food pouch and launched her own company to make it. Now, she’s expanding into other spill-proof packages, and not just for kids.

  • On The Money Airline Survey

    J.D. Power’s annual Airline Satisfaction Survey polled 11K passengers and found airlines scored new all-time highs. Reporter Phil LeBeau reports.

  • On The Money restaurant food labels

    How many calories are in that pizza slice, or that sandwich? The FDA has been trying to implement a law requiring food sellers with more than 20 locations, from chain restaurants to grocery stores, to display calorie counts on their menus. Margo Wootan, Center for Science in the Public Interest, discusses.

  • On the Money 1

    Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett is one of the world’s most successful stock market investors. He shares his advice on where he suggests you should put your money “through thick and thin.”

  • Business is booming

    The Bouqs Company is an online-only start-up disrupting traditional floral delivery services. Founder and CEO John Tabis tells how his company is cutting out the middleman to get fresher flowers delivered faster.

  • A new study from Ameriprise separates facts from fiction surrounding retirement age, Social Security rules and the amount of savings you need to thrive in the next stage of your life.

  • Bad pet food

    Reporter Andrea Day finds some recalled foods contains drugs, preservatives and other surprising ingredients.

  • Pay for grades

    Raise.me is a for-profit site that allows high school students to earn cash to use for college, by earning good grades or from extracurricular activities. Co-founder and CEO Preston Silverman says more than 225 colleges and universities are giving “micro-scholarships” to potential students, but only if they apply, are accepted and enroll in that school.

  • Starting a start-up

    Entrepreneurs create 2 out of every 3 new jobs, according to the Small Business Administration. But instead of retiring, baby boomers are starting about twice as many new businesses as millennials. We ask the Kauffman Foundation’s Victor Hwang about the state of start-ups.

  • Credit Card rewards

    Is it time for a new credit card? Each one offers something different, whether it’s rewards points, cash back, or zero interest balance transfers. We ask financial planner Reed Fraasa to sort through the offers and costs to see which credit card could be the best match for you.

  • Growing your nest egg

    The stock market has risen sharply, but can those returns continue? Should you make some adjustments to your retirement nest egg? Jack Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, says while we’re at a “hazardous time,” he can tell you how to make sure your retirement plan is safe.

  • Cool genes

    Isolated Iceland is a world hub for genetic research. Combine its unique gene pool with eight centuries of genealogy records, and you have a treasure trove of genetic information. Reporter Meg Tirrell goes to Reykjavik and finds researchers are exploring this genetic data to help develop new medicines to fight chronic diseases.

  • Brewing battle

    Major brewers including AB InBev and MillerCoors are tapping into the craft beer craze, buying up smaller competitors. Reporter Landon Dowdy takes us to DC Brau where five years after launching their craft brand, they’re remaining independent while still growing.

  • Car coverage

    What’s driving your auto insurance rates up? Are you paying too much for collision damage for an old car? Are you underinsured for liability? Tobie Stanger of Consumer Reports has a buyer’s guide on how to comparison shop for car insurance while carrying enough coverage.

  • Home safe home

    HoneyCo Homes CEO Zachary Watson explains how his company's products can be used to monitor older homeowners, and how the technology can be used in other scenarios.

  • Automation nation

    Until he withdrew, former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder was President Trump’s choice for Labor Secretary. We ask him what automation could mean for the future workforce.

  • Outdoor girl power

    Through gender-specific gear and events, REI is encouraging more women to take a hike. With Susan Viscon, REI Sr. VP of Merchandising.

  • The Belichick way

    In a rare interview, New England Patriots football coach Bill Belichick shares with Suzy Welch his leadership tips and when he knew he could be a coach.

  • Last minute tax tips

    Brent Lipschultz of PricewaterhouseCoopers has some suggestions taxpayers often miss or forget to include.


  • Becky Quick

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