By PBS NewsHour
Experts expect tomorrow's so-called "Cyber Monday" sales to see an uptick over last year. But will it be enough for businesses to consider the extended shopping weekend a success? For some insight, Shelly Banjo of the Wall Street Journal joins…
In the past few years, Black Friday shopping sales have crept into Thanksgiving Day as stores try to gain an advantage over their competitors at the start of the holiday shopping season. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Stephen Greenhouse of the…
the White House reports progress in fixing major glitches of the HealthCare.gov.
A Colorado law that went into effect this fall requires schools to teach public school students about financial responsibility -- from drawing coins and bills to deducting purchases from their classroom bank accounts. Correspondent Tom Bearden reports.
The Fed's dramatic interest rate cut is an attempt to increase borrowing and spending. While the government tries to tamp down fears that are lowering consumer confidence, Paul Solman examines what it takes to report the economic indicator.
The Friday after Thanksgiving kicked off what most consider to be the beginning of the holiday shopping season, with retailers hoping for a robust consumer turnout. Financial analysts discuss how consumers' concerns over the housing slump and falling dollar may…
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