Ep. 667: Where we find out who Elizabeth Warren is Video
Aunt Jill Schlesinger, Editor-at-Large for CBS MoneyWatch.com, is back on the show to tell us everything we should know, but are too lazy to read, about the impending Facebook IPO.
Jill Schlesinger of CBS MoneyWatch is back on the show today to talk to us about all things financial and technological in a way that only Aunt Jill can.
Aunt Jill Schlesinger's back in the seat and putting out positive vibes for the tax season. She'll tell us about tax withholding, how to stack for the future, and recap her DOMA interview with Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
Aunt Jill Schlesinger fills in for Wilson today and tells us about her trip to China and why Groupon's stock dropped so much after the initial offering.
We dare Aunt Jill Schlesinger to explain the government shutdown, Obamacare, and the debt ceiling in under an hour.
The Rev. Justin Yu is out for the rest of the week, but in his place, we have the always informative financial guru Jill Schlesinger in his place. Today, we talk about the new Amazon Kindle Fire, and how it changes everything in the tablet market (especially for Google). But we also quiz Aunt Jill about the on-going crisis in Europe, and she tells us about the sugary grab bag at the News & Documentary Emmys.
Aunt Jill Schlesinger of the CBS Moneywatch Podcast Jill on Money helps us celebrate our 1000th episode a few days early! Join us for a little Prosecco and whiskey tasting, no ID required to watch.
Aunt Jill Schlesinger joins the show today to talk about the value of bagels. That's right, for the last two days, Wilson has started the show by munching down on his new brunch fave: an onion bagel with lox and vegetable cream cheese. She makes her recommendations for the best bagels in town, and you might be surprised to find out that she's in love with a bagel made by a Vietnamese guy. In the meanwhile, she tells Justin that given his meager investments of 16 cents in his IRA, he should just file the 1040EZ.
Aunt Jill has breaking news to tell The 404! We'll also talk to her about plummeting Apple stock, the Bitcoin bubble, and the usual round of financial questions from our listeners.
The political conventions are over and so are CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric's first series of Webcasts. CNET's Kara Tsuboi sat down with Couric on the final night of the Republican National Convention to discuss what she liked about Webcasting, some of her most memorable guests, and whether TV news will still be around by the next round of conventions.