Feb 3, 2017

02/03/17: Your credit card chip might not be helping

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We'll talk about the changes President Donald Trump wants to make to Dodd-Frank, a law that puts regulation in places to make sure another financial crisis doesn't occur. Afterwards, we'll look at how effective credit card chips are as a security measure, and then examine Budweiser's new pro-immigration Super Bowl ad. 

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The credit card chip has its security limits

Feb 3, 2017
The number of victims of identity fraud is higher than at any point in more than a decade. That’s despite new security measures, including those new credit card chips. The number of cases rose 16 percent to nearly 15.5 million consumers, according to a report by Javelin Research and Strategy. Weren’t those chips supposed to […]

Trump travel ban weighs on first advisory meeting with business execs

Feb 3, 2017
Uber's CEO quit Trump's advisory panel amid some backlash over immigration policy.
President Donald Trump delivers opening remarks at the beginning of a policy forum with business leaders in the State Dining Room at the White House February 3, 2017 in Washington, DC. Leaders from the automotive and manufacturing industries, the financial and retail services and other powerful global businesses were invited to the meeting with Trump, his advisors and family. 
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Trump's first jobs report: Are more jobs on the way?

Feb 3, 2017
The economy added more jobs in January, but unemployment ticked up slightly.
Job seekers fill out paperwork in Santa Clara, California.
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Donald Trump to begin scaling back Dodd-Frank Law

Feb 3, 2017
President Donald Trump is set to scale back major regulations put in place after the financial crisis. According to the Wall Street Journal, Trump will sign an executive order this afternoon to begin revising the rules set by the Dodd-Frank law. He’s also expected to direct the Labor Department to revise or rescind President Barack […]

02/03/17: What does Trump's first jobs report reveal?

Feb 3, 2017
The first jobs report of the Trump administration shows that the U.S. gained 227,000 jobs, beating experts' predictions. Chris Low, chief economist at FTN Financial, joins us to put all of the job data into context. Afterward, we'll take a peek at Snapchat's IPO filing, and then look at the tricky nature of advertising during the Super Bowl.

We’ll talk about the changes President Donald Trump wants to make to Dodd-Frank, a law that puts regulation in places to make sure another financial crisis doesn’t occur. Afterwards, we’ll look at how effective credit card chips are as a security measure, and then examine Budweiser’s new pro-immigration Super Bowl ad. 

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