CBS MoneyWatch

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CBS MoneyWatch
Category Finance, news
Headquarters New York City, New York, United States
Parent company CBS Corporation
Property of CBS Interactive
Launched 2009; 6 years ago (2009)
Language English
Slogan CBS MoneyWatch: Personal financial insight you can trust.

CBS MoneyWatch, a division of CBS News[1] and property of CBS Interactive, is a personal finance website that provides advice on retirement, investing, savings, career and real estate. Launched in April 2009, the site was originally an extension of, formerly known as the CBS Interactive Business Network. In November 2011, BNET and CBS MoneyWatch merged and migrated to the platform.[2] The executive editor of CBS MoneyWatch is Jack Otter.

CBS MoneyWatch offers original feature stories, unique daily commentary, original videos, and daily business and financial news.

The MoneyWatch name comes from a long-running series of business-oriented segments on the CBS Evening News.[3]


CBS has content in five main sections:

  • Long View – Putting every day's economic and market developments in the context of your long-term financial plans. Stories focus on economic policy, recession and recovery and job markets.
  • Your Career – Focuses on career development, business schools, salary comparisons, staying healthy, life and disability insurance and growing human capital.
  • Saving and Spending – Deals with buying and selling real estate, paying for college, cutting taxes and creating financial family strategies around the ways consumers spend and save money.
  • Investing – Provides advice on long-term portfolio strategy, diversification and minimizing investment costs.
  • Retirement – Material focus: 401(k)s, Roths, IRAs and other retirement plans, pensions, annuities, reverse mortgages and estate plans.
  • Money Library – Research information for investors and financial planners: Millions of current and past SEC filings, and archives of financial advice from hundreds of publications.

Editorial team[edit]

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  • Jack Otter, editor-in-chief
  • Jill Schlesinger, editor-at-large
  • Daniel Schorn, managing editor
  • Alain Sherter, editor
  • Jason McCormick, producer


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  • John Baldoni
  • Dan Burrows
  • John Byrne
  • Jerry Edgerton
  • Ilyce Glink
  • Jeff Haden
  • Nathan Hale
  • Margaret Heffernan
  • Michael Hess
  • Dave Johnson
  • Kathy Kristof
  • Amy Levin-Epstein
  • Dave Logan
  • Suzanne Lucas
  • Ray Martin
  • Lynn O'Shaughnessy
  • Robert Pagliarini
  • Dave Rogers
  • Allan Roth
  • Rich Russakoff & Mary Goodman
  • Jill Schlesinger
  • Tom Searcy
  • Erik Sherman
  • Alain Sherter
  • Larry Swedroe
  • Mark Thoma
  • Steve Tobak
  • Laurel Touby
  • Penelope Trunk
  • Steve Vernon
  • Laura Vanderkam
  • Constantine von Hoffman
  • Kimberly Weisul

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