Many people with aging parents are struggling financially, and even facing professional setbacks. But are their sacrifices really for the best? And is there a time when they should just cut their aging parents loose to fend for themselves?
US moguls Bill Gates and Warren Buffett hosted a private dinner in Beijing on Wednesday for some of China's newly rich to talk about giving their money away. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from the BBC's Michael Bristow.
Is there a more concrete dividing line between feeling rich and feeling poor in our country, and if so, what is it? In this conversation we speak with Larry Samuel, the author of Rich: The Rise and Fall of American Wealth Culture.
Economists are paying attention to the number of layoffs and the creation of jobs in the private sector. Beth Kobliner looks closely at the high rate of unemployment and considers whether it's possible to fully recover once you've lost your job.
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