Segments From this episode
As we hit the summer driving season and gas prices swell, we can't help but look for a culprit. Tess Vigeland talks barrels with Severin Borenstein of the University of California's Energy Institute.
Nothing says summer like funnel cakes and rollercoasters. We can see the folks behind the counter powdering our fried dough, but who's behind that wild ride?
Think you know how much to have on hand for retirement and when to start using that money? Tess Vigeland does some interesting new calculations with economics professor Laurence Kotlikoff.
Americans will spare no expense to have a gorgeous, flawless wedding. That's probably why it's a $161 billion industry. Tess Vigeland discusses the cost of matrimony with author Rebecca Mead.
Marketplace Money for May 18, 2007