Jeremy Salamon is a culinary whiz kid who's already making his mark. Born and raised in South Florida, Salamon started cooking at age seven and knew he wanted to become a chef by nine. At 13, started his own cooking blog to connect with other like-minded teens. He came to New York to attend the prestigious Culinary Institute of America, got jobs at top restaurants, and then at just 24 was named executive chef of The Eddy in New York's East Village showcasing food specialties from his family's Hungarian heritage.
More and more employers are looking to fill so-called "hybrid jobs," according to a new report by job market analytics company Burning Glass Technologies. Hybrid jobs are positions that require a combination of creative and technical skills. LinkedIn editor-in-chief Dan Roth joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what employers are looking for and what educational institutions can be doing to better prepare students for today's job market.
If you're destined to become a chef, the food-centric city of New Orleans isn't a bad place to grow up. John Currence was born and raised there by a family that loved to cook and loved to travel. After cooking jobs around the South, Currence settled in Oxford, Mississippi, in 1992 and opened City Grocery. It won him the 1992 James Beard Award for Best Chef in the South. Now his City Grocery Restaurant Group includes Big Bad Breakfast with locations in four states. That's also the title of his second and most recent cookbook.
Ian Schrager has revolutionized the entertainment and hospitality industries over the past four decades. In 1984, Schrager introduced the world's first boutique hotel and more than 30 years later, his hotels still shake up the hospitality market with their stylish designs and attention to detail. Schrager, the co-founder of legendary nightclub Studio 54, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new hotel concept in New York.
Every four years leading up to the U.S. presidential election, domestic and international travel tends to drop off as Americans tend to stay home. This year, they've even had more reason to stay put, including global disruptions like Brexit and ongoing terror fears. All that's led to a major slump in global travel and, as a result, often staggering drop in travel prices. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with some of the best travel deals around the world.
Online shopping is now a more than $100 billion industry, which accounts for more than eight percent of all retail sales. Rent the Runway is taking advantage of this trend by letting people lease designer clothing online. But now, it's also opening stores inside one of the nation's best-known retailers. Co-founder and CEO Jennifer Hyman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new partnership and the growing online shopping trend.
Tens of millions of Americans are leaving their homes behind this Thanksgiving. More than 48 million are estimated to be traveling -- up by one million over last year and the largest number since 2007. CBS News contributor and NewYorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss new smart home technology that can help protect your home.
Nearly 140 million people are expected to be hunting for holiday deals over the Thanksgiving weekend. Several retail stocks hit all-time highs this week as part of the Dow's record-breaking climb to more than 19,000. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from San Francisco to explain why retailers could expect a positive holiday shopping forecast, and why some stores are choosing to close their doors on Thanksgiving.
In 1982, when it came to personal computers, IBM was the only game in town. That's until "Compaq Computer," a small Houston startup founded by three friends came along and proceeded to beat Big Blue at its own game. This story is chronicled in a new documentary, "Silicon Cowboys." It wowed audiences at this year's SXSW Film Festival in Austin and opened nationwide Friday. Compaq's co-founder and CEO Rod Canion and director Jason Cohen join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film and Compaq's influence in the computer industry.
Just this week, Uber started self-driving car pickups in Pittsburgh, while Ford announced plans for autonomous car services. Google and Tesla are among the biggest names in the field, but a host of auto brands and other tech heavyweights are also investing heavily in driverless cars. Derek Thompson, senior editor for The Atlantic, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the future of this soon-to-be booming business.
President Obama wrote an essay for the September issue of Glamour magazine titled, "This is What a Feminist Looks Like." He writes: "It's important for [my daughters] to see role models out in the world who climb to the highest levels of whatever field they choose. And yes, it's important that their dad is a feminist, because now that's what they expect of all men." Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the essay and the 2016 race.