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Conversations on the big stories, news and trends affecting your everyday financial life
Our experts go beyond the headlines to examine the forces that are changing our world—and how they impact our lives.
The pandemic has disrupted the economy and caused unprecedented market volatility. We take a look at what it all means for your investments and financial life.
What will life be like in the next decade? Our hosts peer into the future and find reason for optimism in the new—and often surprising—trends that could transform the markets, the economy, and our lives in the years ahead.
The smartphone in your hand is assembled from a universe of rare elements, sophisticated circuits and software—mostly in China. But it's not who puts it together, it's who makes the smartphone "smart" that will drive the future of the global economy. Find out why that matters to all of us.
Could someone alive today actually live to be 1,000 years old? Thanks to medical and technological breakthroughs, that could be possible someday. But living longer—even if it’s only to, say, 150—comes with financial implications for how we plan and invest for our futures. college degree.
From our social media accounts to our medical records, much of our most personal information is readily available online. But who has access to it, and how can we protect ourselves from the growing threat of cyber crime? We explore the challenges and offer guidance for keeping our digital lives safe.
Women have made enormous economic and social gains in recent years. We look at the progress they’ve made, where there’s room for growth and how the unique financial journeys many women travel require a different approach to saving, investing and planning for the future.
The rising cost of college can make it feel more high pressure than ever. In "Getting Schooled,"our hosts examine how families can plan and prepare ahead so it doesn't feel so overwhelming, and also look at some potential alternatives to a traditional college degree.
In many respects, the U.S. economy is in the best shape it's been in years—so why is the rest of the world slowing down? We take a trip around the world to look for answers, and also explore global trends that could offer promising opportunities.
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