On the Money: Where to Watch
It is possible to shave some of the overwhelming cost college with small acts, even as September approaches. Here's how.
Office phones, printers, building control systems and more — these may not sound like computers but they can all be hacked, according to cybersecurity pros.
It turns out that there is a magic retirement number. Most Americans believe it is $1.7 million, according to a survey from Charles Schwab. Here's how they can get there.
Back to school season brings the cost of college front and center for many families. We ask Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson about ways for parents and kids to save from opening 529 accounts to Roth IRA's in the child's name.
1 in 5 high school students used an e-cigarette in 2018. That's up 78% from 2017 according the CDC. Reporter Carl Quintanilla talks to Juul CEO Kevin Burns about the surge in teen vaping, his company's responsibility, and what it's doing today to curb that growing trend. We ask Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb what the government can do to lessen teen use but also make sure the product is available for adults who are trying to quit smoking.
Having a child can be exciting, nerve racking and sometimes dangerous. According the CDC about 700 mothers die from pregnancy related complications each year in the U.S. - more than any other developed country. Mahmee is a tech platform that is connects patients, doctors, lactation consultants and other health care providers to one space so that everyone on the mother's health care team is on the same page. Co-founder and CEO Melissa Hanna tells us the impact the company is having and how she plans to use the money she recently raised from investors including Mark Cuban and Serena Williams.