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Step aside New York. Smaller cities are becoming hotbeds for commercial real estate. So finds PwC. Mitch Roschelle runs down the top ten cities.

Veronica Dagher breaks down the best way to protect your assets. Plus, the key things you need to know before interviewing for a job.

In their book Uninvested, Bobby Monks and Justin Jaffe contend Americans should get more involved with their retirement investments.

It's Moneybeat Monday, with Paul Vigna and crew breaking down the latest happenings from an unsteady stock market -- and what it could mean for the economy.

Greg McBride at Bankrate.com runs down the worst cities for ATM fees and overdraft charges.

The Financial Free For All guys debate the surprising jobs report.

Chuck Carlson at Horizon Investment Services thinks the weak jobs report now moves a Fed rate hike into next year.

What will happen if the government cracks down on high price drugs? Plus, the truth behind China's two-speed economy.

Scott Hodge, head of the nonpartisan Tax Foundation, says GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to give everyone a big tax cut. But the math simply doesn't add up.

Matt Schulz at CreditCards.com says many consumers have yet to upgrade their cards to combat fraud. Should you worry? He talks to John Wordock.