Stacey Vanek Smith | Mar 11, 2009
Can't afford new clothes? Tide's newest detergent promises to keep the ones you've got looking brand new. Many premium brands are now launching similar "value campaigns." Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
| Mar 27, 2009
Assets in 529 funds dropped 21% in the fourth quarter last year. Tess Vigeland talks with financial planner Bill Parish about what's happening to existing 529s and whether they are still a good way to save for college.
Chris Farrell | Apr 3, 2009
Here's the number to focus on: When you add together the traditionally counted unemployed plus marginally attached and involuntary part-time...
Steve Chiotakis and Jeremy Hobson | Apr 3, 2009
Some are looking at today's jobless numbers and saying maybe we've finally reached the bottom. Other experts say consumer confidence has been hit hard. Steve Chiotakis reviews this morning's indicator with Jeremy Hobson.
Chris Farrell | Mar 27, 2009
We had received many emails from listeners intrigued by high yields on CDs offered by Millennium Bank in the Caribbean. We didn't like it. It was...
Scott Jagow | Apr 1, 2009
It's getting harder to fool on April 1st because the ridiculous doesn't seem as ridiculous anymore, not since an insurance company took the planet...
John Dimsdale | Mar 31, 2009
The Senate Banking Committee will consider a set of consumer credit protections today that might be unpopular with lenders. John Dimsdale reports why consumer groups think some current card practices are unfair.
Scott Jagow | Apr 2, 2009
Stocks are having a fat rally today mainly because of a change in accounting rules. The Financial Accounting Standards Board has relaxed mark-to...
| Apr 2, 2009
Magazines that cover celebrities aren't selling as many copies these days, and that means less work for the photographers who snap the stars' every move. Jennifer Collins reports on how the people behind the flashbulbs are faring.
Steve Chiotakis and Chris Farrell | Apr 2, 2009
The big tax deadline is a few weeks away, and the calls for IRS forms and schedules have gotten louder. Steve Chiotakis talks to economics correspondent Chris Farrel about how tax code got so complicated in the first place.