Reporter Andrea Day and Steven Grossman (Bay Dynamics) on a new cyber threat to mobile devices; reporter Jane Wells on seniors sharing homes; David Kelly (JP Morgan Funds) on the market's biggest loss of the year; The Original Squeeze Company founder Kristin Ahmer on marketing and selling her product; psychologist Rosemary Lichtman on children who live with their parents after high school or college.
Reporter Phil LeBeau on the airline industry; Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett on what to save for retirement; Margo Wootan (Center for Science in the Public Interest) and Jennifer Hatcher (Food Marketing Institute) on restaurant menu calorie counts; Ekso Bionics CEO Thomas Looby on a device to help people with spinal injuries and stroke victims.
Reporter Kate Rogers on the demand for nurses in the U.S.; reporter Andrea Day on the pet-food industry; Raise.me CEO Preston Silverman on college scholarships for high-school students; Katie Coleman (Ameriprise) on six common retirement myths; The Bouqs CEO John Tabis on flowers for Mother's Day.
Reporter Meg Tirrell on genetics research in Iceland; reporter Kate Rogers on retired baby boomers; Victor Hwang (Kauffman Foundation) on the importance of small businesses; former Vanguard Group CEO Jack Bogle on retirement savings and proposed tax changes; financial planner Reed Fraasa on finding the best credit card.
Former CKE Restaurants CEO Andrew Puzder on automation in fast food and retail; HoneyCo Homes CEO Zachary Watson on smart home devices for seniors; Tobie Stanger (Consumer Reports) on buying car insurance; reporter Landon Dowdy on craft beer markets.
Reporter Phil LeBeau and Seth Kaplan (Airline Weekly) on airline quality and United's bad week; reporter Kate Rogers on avoiding a tax audit; Brent Lipschultz (PricewaterhouseCoopers) on last-minute tax tips; author Suzy Welch and the NFL's Bill Belichick on leadership; Susan Viscon (REI) on getting women involved in outdoor sports and activities.
Reporter Kate Rogers on Southwest Airlines jobs in Dallas; reporter Diana Olick on the best time to sell a house; reporter Andrea Day and Emma Fletcher (Better Business Bureau) on tax return scams and how to prevent them; Drone Racing League CEO Nicholas Horbaczewski on the sport's growing popularity; Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo on 100 years of selling cookies and training future leaders.
Reporter Kate Rogers on the border adjustment tax; reporter Jane Wells on retired baby boomers with new jobs; athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush on innovation in patient care; Owlet Baby Care CEO Kurt Workman on a wearable device for newborns that measures heart rate and blood oxygen levels; Jill Gonzalez (WalletHub) on avoiding common mistakes in filing taxes.
Reporter Andrea Day and Brian Vecci (Varonis) on phony apps that steal personal information; reporter Phil LeBeau and Robert Firpo-Cappiello (Budget Travel) on the spring travel season; reporter Morgan Brennan on a program for retired NFL players; author Lynnett Khalfani-Cox on talking to kids about money.
Reporter Diana Olick on a house-flipping nightmare; Frank Lesh (American Society of Home Inspectors) on buying a home; reporter Jane Wells on professional mermaids; Joe Nocera (Bloomberg View) on paying college athletes; Paul Irving (Milken Institute) on the best cities in which to grow older.
Reporter Phil LeBeau and Robert Sinclair (AAA) on the dangers of distracted driving; reporter Kate Rogers on workers needed for a Navy shipbuilding facility; Trae Bodge (Splender.com) on shopping bargains for March; Casper CEO Philip Krim on mail-order mattresses; musician Kenny G on his money moves, including investing early in Starbucks.
Reporter Courtney Reagan on products made in the U.S.; reporter Phil LeBeau on Consumer Reports' best cars of 2017; Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett on real estate and mortgages; retail consultant Jan Kniffen on American-made apparel; Marlin Steel CEO Drew Greenblatt on manufacturing jobs; Heal cofounders Dr. Renee Dua and Nick Desai on making house calls; Betterment CEO Jon Stein on saving for retirement.
Reporter Kate Rogers on the company that makes Oscar statuettes; Andrea Day on e-mail hackers; Garry Kasparov (Human Rights Foundation) on President Trump's admiration for Vladimir Putin; Raj Goel (Brainlink) on protecting e-mail and financial accounts from hackers; personal trainer Jen Widerstrom on diets for different personalities; Alamo Drafthouse cofounder Tim League on luxury movie theaters that offer food and drinks.
Reporter Diana Olick on streaming fitness classes; former Aetna CEO Ron Williams on the future of the Affordable Care Act; author Kerry Hannon on unusual jobs for retirees who keep working; LEGO executive Skip Kodak on the toy brand's continued relevance; actor Bill Murray on his new line of golf attire.
Phil LeBeau on new airport terminals; eHarmony CEO Grant Langston on online-dating competition; Cristina Firvida (AARP) and SIFMA CEO Ken Bentsen on government rules and retirement accounts; author Beth Kobliner on teaching kids about money; chocolatier Jacques Torres on Valentine's Day business.
Reporter Kate Rogers on the construction industry; reporter Andrea Day on indoor urban farming; reporter Diana Olick and Trulia economist Ralph McLaughlin on house flipping; Robert Tuchman (Creative Artists Agency) on Super Bowl travel packages; author Stacey Tisdale on credit cards and rising interest rates.
Reporter Meg Tirrell on the opioid epidemic; Beth Akers (Manhattan Institute) and Sara Goldrick-Rab (Temple University) on a plan for tuition-free state schools in New York; financial adviser Richard Bernstein on the Dow hitting 20,000; Habit CEO Neil Grimmer on the link between DNA and diet; Plated chef Elana Karp on Super Bowl treats that can be delivered.
Reporter Bertha Coombs on possible Affordable Care Act replacements; reporter Robert Frank on Donald Trump's childhood home for sale; reporter Kate Rogers on small business under a new administration; Sara Fagen (DDC Advocacy) and Ben White (Politico) on Trump's economic plan; Tim Speiss (EisnerAmper) on potential effects of the new tax plan.
Ellevest CEO Sallie Krawcheck on how women save and invest; reporter Phil LeBeau on the North American International Auto Show in Detroit; Lola CEO Paul English on virtual chats with a travel agent; IKEA USA president Lars Petersson on expansion and a new business model; economist Teresa Ghilarducci on retirement savings.
Reporter Kate Rogers on jobs at the U.S. Border Patrol; reporter Diana Olick on new fitness trends; Sara Sutton Fell (FlexJobs) on new hiring practices and flexible hours; Jim Paulsen (Wells Capital Management) on retirement plans and the Donald Trump administration; financial expert Farnoosh Torabi on sticking to a budget; Trae Bodge (Splender.com) on post-holiday bargains.
Stacey Tisdale (Black Enterprise) with tips for returning unwanted gifts; Nick Green (Thrive Market) on his food-delivery service; author Lynnette Khalfani-Cox with financial New Year's resolutions; Jordan Crook (TechCrunch) on upcoming technology in 2017; Chris Velazco (Engadget) on new electronic gadgets for the new year.
Reporter Andrea Day on privacy risks with connected devices at home; reporter Kate Rogers on the investment club Beardstown Ladies; retail consultant Jan Kniffen on changes in shopping habits; Kayak president Keith Melnick on travel bargains during the holiday season; Sean McQuay (NerdWallet) on getting out of credit card debt.
Reporter Andrea Day, Edmund Lee (Recode) and Jeremy Kaplan (Digital Trends) on warnings for holiday shopping; reporter Morgan Brennan on holiday air travel; reporter Phil LeBeau on the average age of American cars; Charity Navigator CEO Michael Thatcher on charitable giving; author Erin Stanton on adopting senior dogs.
Reporter Diana Olick on shopping for a house; Khan Academy founder Sal Khan on online education and college costs; Mark Steber (Jackson Hewitt) on last-minute tax tips; financial expert Lauren Lyons Cole on holiday gift ideas for all price ranges; Food & Wine editor Ray Isle on seasonal wines.
Claire Gartland (Electronic Privacy Information Center) on e-mail privacy; reporter Kate Rogers on potential changes in the marijuana industry; reporter Courtney Reagan on the Hatchimals toy craze; chef Marcus Samuelsson on his restaurant brand and cookbooks; Mary Beth Quirk (Consumerist) on the retail membership trend.
Reporter Morgan Brennan on the holiday job market; reporter Kate Rogers on a chicken-salad entrepreneur in Alabama; Hudson's Bay Company CEO Jerry Storch on the holiday shopping season; Bob Doll (Nuveen Asset Management) on interest rates; reporter Vera Gibbons on how to save on cars, electronics and furniture.
James Gelfand (ERIC) and Dania Palanker (Georgetown University) on an AARP lawsuit against the government; reporter Andrea Day and John Spink (Michigan State University) on food safety; Avani Ramnani (Francis Financial) on retirement savings by gender; reporter Kate Rogers on a Brooklyn winery; Fizzics CEO Philip Petracca on making beer taste better at home.