The Federal minimum wage has gone up 70 cents today to $6.55 an hour, which is still behind the wage level of two dozen states. Renita Jablonski explores what questions arise from the wage increase in a slow economy.
New research says women worry more about their retirement savings lasting than men. And with lower retirement income, longer lives and more older people being single, there's reason to worry. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Some Americans are giving their employers an interest-free loan, whether they know it or not. It's all thanks to the "float" -- the time it takes for 401k contributions to move out of your paycheck and into your retirement account. Rico Gagliano reports.
In the coming years, the U.S. will need hundreds of thousands of good minds to fill positions in math and the sciences. Commentator Will Wilkinson says that may require us to look beyond our own shores.