Rolling Back Bank Regulations
The Trump administration is proposing to revise and change financial regulations put in place after the Great Recession. House Republicans want to go even further.
16 Jun 2017
When Shopping Malls Become Ghost Towns
What happens when giants like Macy’s, Sears and J.C. Penney close hundreds of shops, leaving empty shopping malls throughout the country.
14 Apr 2017
The State of American Jobs in the Age of Amazon
The e-commerce giant unveiled plans for a self-service, brick and mortar grocery store, disrupting the retail world once again.
9 Dec 2016
Hating on Uber
From claims of sexual harassment to allegations it stole self-driving technology, the company and its CEO are having a tough couple of months.
3 Mar 2017
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Rising Stocks and the Trump Effect
Wall Street seems unfazed by the issues that have surfaced in the Trump administration — but even as stocks reach record highs, should Americans brace for a drop?
10 Mar 2017
What's Next for Trump and Congress
After the failure by Republicans to replace or repeal Obamacare, they're moving quickly to score a political win, and they're focusing on overhauling the nation's tax code by November. There's a lot do in a little amount of time, and even Trump's legislative director has admitted it's an aggressive schedule. But that is just one of many items on Congress' to do list that includes must several must-pass pieces of legislation like funding the government and raising the debt ceiling. This week on Money Talking, host Charlie Herman reviews what's head and what's at stake with Catherine Rampell, opinion writer with the Washington Post, and Rick Newman, columnist with Yahoo Finance.
4 Aug 2017
Trump Tax Cuts on the Horizon
With a repeal of Obamacare slowing down and a trillion dollar infrastructure plan up in the air, tax reform might the promise Donald Trump can make good on this year.
17 Feb 2017
Eight Months In, What Trump Has Been (Un)Doing
The President has been criticized by some for not fulfilling his agenda, but he has been busy, at least when it comes to reversing the actions of previous presidents.
8 Sep 2017
Stock Market Crashes Happen. It’s Your Response That Matters
Thirty years ago, the Dow Jones fell more than 22%, the worst one-day percentage drop in history. What lessons can we learn about investing today?
20 Oct 2017
The Economy Obama Leaves Behind
A look at the economic successes and failures of the Obama Administration, eights years after inheriting one of the country's worst recessions.
13 Jan 2017
Worst Kept Secret in College Basketball?
This week, federal prosecutors hit the world of college basketball with allegations of bribery, corruption and fraud. Is this just the tip of the iceberg?
29 Sep 2017
Hey Facebook, You've Got Some Explaining to Do
Facebook is under fire for selling ads to entities connected to Russia. It's not the only issue confronting the company. How will users, politicians and Mark Zuckerberg react?
22 Sep 2017
#MeToo and Wall Street’s ‘Black Hole’
An investigation into sexual harassment cases handled by the body that oversees workplace misconduct of securities brokers found a troubling track record.
20 Apr 2018
Getting Uber Back on Track
Can new C.E.O Dara Khosrowshahi correct the course of the embattled ride-share company?
27 Apr 2018
The Crisis Before the Financial Crisis
Ten years before the 2008 financial crisis, there was another one: Long-Term Capital Management. The lessons not learned and why it matters today (hint, it involves Russia).
17 Aug 2018
How Trump's Economic Policies Are Playing Out
From small farms to car factories, the president's economic policies are having an effect. How will they influence voters during the primary season?
25 May 2018
One Man’s $100 Billion Vision for the Future
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son has a bold vision for the future. Are we ready for it?
11 Jan 2019
The Financial Crisis and the Boom in U.S. Oil Production
Ten years after the start of the Great Recession, a new book looks at how American fracking is changing the global economy.
14 Sep 2018
The Sackler Family, Its Wealth and Opioids
The Sacklers are one of the richest families in America. A significant part of that wealth comes from the family business, Purdue Pharma, maker of the painkiller, OxyContin.
27 Oct 2017
What You Should Know About Bitcoin and Other Digital Currencies
They're setting record prices and getting a lot of scrutiny. So is now the time you should start paying more attention? New York Times digital currency writer Nathanial Popper explains.
5 Jan 2018