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Thursday, May 14, 2015

More Eating Out Than Home

More Eating Out Than Home

National Restaurant Association reports that more people spent money eating out than they did at grocery store. NBC 7's George Chamberlin has this and other money news.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

2.8M People Quit Jobs in March

2.8M People Quit Jobs in March

NBC 7's George Chamberlin reports on one employment stat that could be good news for the economy.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Why Interest Rates May Not Move Anytime Soon

Why Interest Rates May Not Move Anytime Soon

NBC 7's George Chamberlin has latest on a key employment report that suggests job creation is still slow.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Good Weekend at Box Office But No Records

Good Weekend at Box Office But No Records

NBC 7's George Chamberlin explains why ticket sales were not as strong as they may have been with the big releases over the weekend.

Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015

Mac & Cheese and Ice Cream

Mac & Cheese and Ice Cream

NBC 7's George Chamberlin discusses money news including Blue Bell recall news and Kraft changing its macaroni and cheese formula.

Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

Retail Sales Up, Inflation Returns

Retail Sales Up, Inflation Returns

NBC 7's George Chamberlin reports on the recent retail sales reports that show the first increase in three months.

Monday, Mar 30, 2015

Good News for Realty Income & March's Numbers

Good News for Realty Income & March's Numbers

NBC 7's George Chamberlin looks at March just before the month's end.

Friday, Mar 13, 2015

"Frozen" Sequel and "Star Wars" in Business News

"Frozen" Sequel and "Star Wars" in Business News

NBC 7's George Chamberlin reports on the day's business news including new report on upcoming movies.

Thursday, Feb 26, 2015

"Everything Is Awesome" for LEGO

"Everything Is Awesome" for LEGO

Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, LEGO CEO, sings the Oscar-nominated song from the movie at an investor meeting this week.

Monday, Feb 23, 2015

Start of a Busy Week on Wall Street

Start of a Busy Week on Wall Street

NBC 7's George Chamberlin talks about trading on Wall Street at the start of a busy week and look at the scheduled testimony by the Fed Chair Tuesday.

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