Henry Blodget, Ron Geffner and Ali Velshi break down the problems around Facebook's stock debut.
Just got off the CNN Express, the mighty bus I ride to some of the less media-saturated parts of America, where concern about gas prices and frustration over Washington's ability to get much done are both running high.
If reports Wednesday are to be believed, one of the tech industry's biggest deals in recent history was hammered out almost exclusively by two 20-somethings over the course of what amounts to a long weekend.
Are gas prices making you want to pull your hair out? CNN's Ali Velshi explains why we're to blame for high gas prices.
On the surface, it doesn't make sense. Still hurting from the economic crash, Americans are driving less and buying more fuel-efficient cars. The United States is producing more of its own oil and natural gas than it has in a long time. Yet the price we pay to fill up our gas tanks keeps going higher. It's close to $4 a gallon in many parts of the country and climbing.
Investigators are searching for the cause of a fire that killed five people on Christmas day.. CNN's Ali Velshi has more.
Ali Velshi and Chrsitine Romans, authors of "How to Speak Money" on the value of a college degree.
CNN's Ali Velshi is along the East River, where water is rising rapidly.
Erin Burnett and Ali Velshi talk about why the world needs the American economy to be strong.
As crew members of the last space shuttle flight hovered over Earth for the final time, they spoke with CNN Wednesday about the next frontier in space flight.
Adecco's CEO, Tig Gilliam, tells Ali Velshi the best way to get a permanent job is to start with a temporary position.
Ford Motor Co. will tell investors Tuesday that it will boost sales globally by 50% through increased production of small vehicles and the targeting of emerging markets.
Ford Motor Co. will unveil its plan to investors to boost sales by ramping up production on small vehicles and focusing on emerging markets, CNN has confirmed.
Producer Iain Canning talks to CNN's Ali Velshi about the hit movie.
More than 1/3 of Americans are obese, and it's affecting both their health and wallet. CNN's Ali Velshi reports.
November: Prices at the pump are rising thanks to a $600 billion move by the Fed. CNN's Ali Velshi is "Taking the Lead."
CNN's Ali Velshi and Richard Quest debate whether the gold standard should be used to back monetary funds.
Put the BlackBerry on mute. Don't check your e-mail every time the pop-up box appears on your computer screen.
CNN's Ali Velshi talks to the CEO of a company who won an award for creating a car that gets 100 miles to the gallon.
CNN's Ali Velshi talks to the openly gay Texas councilman who's heartwrenching plea on bullying went viral.
CNN's Ali Velshi takes a look at the new 2010 World Cup soccer ball.
CNN's Ali Velshi talks to two fluid dynamics experts about what an oil plume really is and how it's created.
It was my first chance to spend some quality time at dinner with First Lady Michelle Obama, so I decided to do what my pal Ali Velshi would probably do in the same situation: get her hooked on Twitter.
CNN's Ali Velshi speaks to Zoo Atlanta's Sam Rivera about what happens to birds during and after an oil slick.
There's a new danger for teens who text too much. CNN's Ali Velshi takes a look at the impact of too much texting.
President Obama's plan, announced Wednesday, to expand oil drilling off the nation's coasts has the potential to lead to a slight easing in gas prices, more jobs and more money for cash-strapped government coffers.
CNN's Ali Velshi talks to CNN Producer Graham Flanagan about who should win and who will win at the Academy Awards.
CNN's Ali Velshi examines Google's Nexus One "superphone."
Earlier this month, in an unexpected bit of good news, a Labor Department report showed a decline of just 11,000 jobs for November, far below any of the job losses posted over the last 23 months.
Manufacturers cut waste to keep jobs in the United States despite the economic downturn. Ali Velshi reports
Despite some signs that the economy is on the mend, a lack of confidence from consumers and companies alike may hamper job growth during the next few months, economists say.
CNN's Kitty Pilgrim looks at whether jobs are being created with federal stimulus money.
Anderson Cooper, Ali Velshi and the CNN Money Team hosted a special "CNN Money Summit: Money & Main St." Thursday night, September 17. Here's a transcript of the show:
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Ali Velshi speak with a panel of experts to ask where to put your money in a shaky economy.
Billionaire oil man T. Boone Pickens is shelving plans to build the world's largest wind farm.
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to members of the Long Island Breakfast Club about job hunting during a recession.
Anderson Cooper, Ali Velshi and the CNN Money Team hosted a special "CNN Money Summit: Money & Main St." Thursday night, June 18. Here's a transcript of the show:
Anderson Cooper, Ali Velshi and the CNN Money Team hosted a special "CNN Money Summit: Money & Main St." Thursday night, May 14. Here's a transcript of the show:
Question: I recently saw a tool on a CNN show that allows you to give yourself a "personal stress test." Do you know where I can find it on the net? --Harlan, Madison, Wisconsin
If you've been afraid to check your portfolio or open your 401(k) statements in the past few months, now might be time to peek.
CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports on signs that the economy might be making a comeback.
Ali Velshi and panelists discuss the good news from Wall Street this week and how much the economy has improved this year.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner told CNN Thursday that his department, concerned that language about bonuses would not hold up to a court challenge, asked Sen. Chris Dodd to include an executive pay provision in the stimulus bill. The loophole allowed bailed-out insurance giant American International Group to pay out $165 million in bonuses.
With the U.S. economy sputtering and controversy over AIG bonuses boiling, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has been in the spotlight lately.
On Monday's night edition of "Larry King Live," guest host Ali Velshi talked with TV cooking host Rachael Ray.
TV host Rachael Ray has shopping tips to survive today's economy. See the rest of the interview on tonight's Larry King Live.
CNN's Campbell Brown weighs in on Rush Limbaugh's comments in reference to CNN's Ali Velshi.
Thursday night on this program, we spent some time talking about Rush Limbaugh and a piece he had in The Wall Street Journal, arguing there should be more emphasis right now on tax cuts to help the economy.
CNN's Ali Velshi answers a viewer's question about investing in gold.
Chances are your attitude toward retirement will be shaped by your age. In your 20s and 30s, the concept is likely to seem remote, something you know about but needn't pay much attention to. In your 40s, the idea probably starts to carry more weight. By your 50s, I'm told, retirement starts to seem like something pleasant that might actually happen to you.
Ali Velshi answers calls on credit card settlement companies and investing during rough economic times.
Sr. business correspondent Ali Velshi answers a listener's question on help for the middle class.
CNN's Ali Velshi discusses his new book, 'Gimme My Money Back' and a chapter on risk tolerance.
CNN's Ali Velshi gives advice on how to boost your credit score on Prime News.
The uncertainty of the economy is making almost everyone nervous about money. Some are wondering what will happen to their homes while others are terrified about never getting out of debt.
President Bush defended the decision to bailout Citigroup. Was the bailout necessary? CNN's Ali Velshi reports.
As the United States writhes in a collapsing economy, analysts and observers are wondering: Who's skippering the ship?
CNN Business Correspondent Ali Velshi answers viewer questions.
Americans should not stop paying their mortgages even if their mortgage companies are threatened because "your home and your mortgage are not affected by the fact that your mortgage company may go out of business," CNN senior business correspondent Ali Velshi says.
The U.S. Treasury Department will begin selling bonds Wednesday to help the Federal Reserve, which has had to loan out an unprecedented amount of money to businesses because of the credit crisis.
Bob Anderson of the Army Corps of Engineers has the latest update on whether levees are breached.
As Hurricane Gustav neared Louisiana's coast Monday morning, forecasters warned that the storm could stall over Louisiana and northeast Texas for several days, which would "exacerbate the threat of heavy rains and inland flooding."
Ali Velshi reports from Fort McMurray in Canada's Alberta province, where the U.S. is searching for new sources of oil.
The clock is ticking for recent college grads to find jobs. CNN's Ali Velshi reports on what to expect in the search.
CNN's Ali Velshi says gas prices are behind GM's decision to shutter four of its plants.
Billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens is sinking billions of dollars into a new wind farm in Texas. It is likely to become the biggest in the world, producing enough power for the equivalent of 1.3 million homes. CNN's Ali Velshi asked the oil legend why he thinks wind could be the answer to this country's energy problems:
CNN Senior Business Correspondent Ali Velshi looks at the jump in oil prices and how it is affecting companies like FedEx.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart calls CNN's Senior Business correspondent Ali Velshi a 'hairless prophet of doom.'
Sr. Business Correspondent Ali Velshi looks at why oil and gas prices continue to soar.
CNN's Ali Velshi explains why prices for rice, wheat and corn have skyrocketed.
CNN's senior business correspondent Ali Velshi tells us what's behind the spike in oil prices.
The Federal Reserve would have the power to regulate virtually the entire banking and securities industry under proposals to be unveiled Monday by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, according to a summary of the proposals provided to CNN late Friday.
The Treasury Department will unveil a plan for homeowners, even ones without subprime loans. CNN's Ali Velshi reports.
The Federal Reserve slashed two key interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point. CNN's Ali Velshi reports.
A growing chorus of economists are saying that the U.S. is heading for a recession. CNN's Ali Velshi reports.
CNN's Ali Velshi has the rundown of home values across the nation, from the lowest to the highest gains.
CNN's Ali Velshi discusses just how significant Wednesday's record oil price really is.
"What Works" examines businesses and individuals who have found the formula for success. Whether it be an idea or a product, this segment showcases these concepts and shows how they can impact daily life. 'Stock'-ing stuffers for kids Instead of toys, consider buying stock for the kids in your life. Company stock can be the gift that keeps on giving. Play video Social Lending CNN talks to the CEO of Virgin Money about the benefits of social lending. Play video Fair Tax facts Money Magazine's senior editor explains "Fair Tax," a national retail sales tax based on consumption instead of income. Play video Holiday tipping How many people do you need to tip during the holiday season -- and how much? Play video Recession fears CNN's Ali Velshi and Christine Romans talk to Anirvan Banerji of the Economic Cycle Research Institute. Play video Eco chic shopping More shoppers are eco shopping and retailers are trying to keep up with the
Many factors will determine if borrowers qualify for a freeze on increasing mortgage rates. CNN's Ali Velshi reports.
CNN's Ali Velshi has the story of the retired treasury secretary who leads the charge at LISC.
CNN's Ali Velshi and Christine Romans talk to Anirvan Banerji of the Economic Cycle Research Institute.
CNN's Ali Velshi discusses holiday travel deals with the senior editor of Fodor's Travel.
CNN's Ali Velshi looks at what today's fed rate cut means to the average consumer & homeowner.
What Works: Mortgage meltdown
Hundreds of JetBlue travelers were stranded for hours last week on parked planes. Additionally, more than 1,000 flights were canceled. Is the consumer powerless to do anything about it?
With gas prices going up, Italian scooter company Piaggio, most famous for its Vespa line of scooters, has seen sales of its bikes rise 20 percent in each of the past five years.
About 700,000 electric customers in Los Angeles lost power Monday afternoon after a worker mistakenly cut a wrong line, triggering a cascade of problems in the city's power grid, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said.
Quitting a good-paying, long-term job, even if you no longer like it, can be tough. Starting a business from scratch is even tougher.