- Investment irrationality and how to manage it
Those of us who stayed in the stock market after 2007 might feel the pang of regret: why didn't I sell when the market was high? A couple of experts in finances, behavior and saving say acknowledging the limits of our investing know-how is the first step to better money management.9:06 a.m.
Meir Statman: Finance professor at Santa Clara University.
Olivia Mitchell: Director, Boettner Center for Pensions and Retirement Research at The Wharton School.
- The Beatles meet the video game generation
The video game Rock Band has helped fuel the growth of the video game industry, and it's poised to get even bigger with the forthcoming release of "Beatles: Rock Band." Industry analysts and critics say the game is changing the way we experience music and transforming the music business.10:06 a.m.
Daniel Radosh: Freelance writer and contributing editor at The Week. His article "while My Guitar Gently Beeps" appeared recently in the New York Times Magazine.
Aram Sinnreich: Director at OMD Ignition Factory, a media consulting agency, and an adjunct professor in the department of media, culture and communication at NYU.
Jason Della Rocca: Founder of Perimeter Partners, a game industry consulting firm.
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