Chris Farrell | Jan 18, 2009
The Wall Street Journal on Jan. 17 has a good article on target date funds. (You need a subscription to look at many WSJ articles. Here's the link....
John Dimsdale | Jan 16, 2009
Consumer prices have dropped and inflation has slowed, which could push consumers to start spending again. But there's a potential downside that has some economists concerned -- deflation. John Dimsdale reports.
Scott Jagow | Jan 16, 2009
Some companies are responding to the cutbacks Americans are making in their daily lives by pulling back on Super Bowl ads. Scott Jagow talks to sports commentator Diana Nyad on who's saying no to the ads this year.
Jeremy Hobson | Jan 13, 2009
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke at the London School of Economics on the roughly $800 billion recovery plan. He noted that further government action would be needed, and inflation is not a concern. Jeremy Hobson reports.
| Oct 24, 2008
What could the government have done to soften the blow of the crisis? Commentator Susan Lee looks into the question in our first installment of our "What's the Fix?" series.
Dan Grech | Jan 16, 2009
Troubled financial giant Citigroup is merging its Smith Barney brokerage arm with rival Morgan Stanley. It'll be the largest brokerage firm in the world. What should you do if one of those firms manages your funds? Dan Grech reports.
Chris Farrell | Jan 16, 2009
More evidence that deflation lies in our future....
Stacey Vanek Smith | Jan 16, 2009
A few years ago, 3D was supposed to be the next big thing in movies. But last time we went to the theater, most movies were flat on the screen. Stacey Vanek-Smith explains why the movie industry has yet to completely enter the third dimension.
Stephen Beard | Nov 4, 2008
Finance ministers from the European Union are meeting in Brussels today to talk about the global financial crisis. One idea on the table: having the U.S. play a smaller role in the IMF. Stephen Beard reports.