Neil Cavuto Archive
Published January 05, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: To money manager Chad Morganlander who says if these strong numbers do keep up, the president may well have Republicans in deep, deep, trouble. What do you make so far of this trend?
Published January 04, 2012
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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You know what makes Barack Obama happy? Newt Gingrich's baggage. He has more baggage than the airline.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The former house speaker dismissed the Medicare reform plan put forward by congressman Paul Ryan.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: (INAUDIBLE) stuff with national health care. He's got that abortion issue.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Choice issues, global warming issues.
Published January 03, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: All right, Mitt Romney could be on the verge of taking a state that he was not expected to win until a few weeks ago, when a lot of the conservative candidates were sort of dividing. And then along came Mitt Romney to the do the conquering, maybe. At the very least, most expect the former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate to at least do well in Iowa and set the stage for a New Hampshire win, especially if this guy has anything to do about it.
Published December 29, 2011
LIZ MACDONALD, FBN HOST: Next up, even people with a job will want to hear this story. Maryland based WeddingWire.com is about to take the cake for the best vacation policy ever. Just do your work and you can take off all the time that you want. True to form, CEO Tim Chi is joining us from his vacation.
Tim, we love this story. So how many days do you get to work before you get to take unlimited vacation?
Published December 15, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: All right, governor. Thank you very much.
All right. So let's say you're a Wall Street CEO. You've been bashed by all these "Occupy-ers" who say that you're up to no good. Let's say you're a former American Express CEO who's heard that as well. Harvey Golub joins us right now.
Published December 09, 2011
Amazon-too far? Tonight, the fury over an online retailer getting a little too pushy.
"A ruthless, money-making devil." That's how the Managing Director of retailer Waterstone described Amazon's latest customer-baiting gambit.
James daunt calling Amazon’s new price check app and promotion a blatant attempt to poach shoppers right at the point of sale!
Actually, he's right. But Amazon sees nothing wrong.
Published December 08, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: --in Washington. Fair and balanced. Next we've got Dennis who says this ad that we've been talking about isn't really the menace here. It's a lot of folks -- millionaires included -- skirting their patriotic duty and not paying more, not doing more, not thinking more of others.
With me now, the Ohio democratic congressman Dennis Kucinich, a man who speaks his mind very eloquently I might point out.
Published December 07, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Verizon Wireless -- we're getting reports right now that the company is suffering a disruption nationwide in their 4G service, the data service, across the United States. You know, every thing is, the latest and the greatest 4G is the fastest (INAUDIBLE) before you even type it in. Well, apparently, it's being disrupted nationally. That's all we can say. Some of you, a matter of fact, watching us on something 4G related.
Published December 05, 2011
Forget about Cain's voters...what about Cain's "cash"?
And let's just say Newt Gingrich's little pow-wow today with the Donald would have been put off....had that much rumored Herman Cain endorsement been on...didn't happen today.
But signs it might already be happening behind the scenes now.
Because while the Cain train has stopped...apparently the Cain cash has not.
Talk that "his" backers are being wooed by Newt's backers....for good reason.
Published December 05, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Well, it's about Tim. The broncos' Tim Tebow getting it do and getting it done. The guy nobody thought would make it as an NFL quarterback has them all taking it back, or at least quietly saying that. Suddenly, the fact that he doesn't fit the mold of a typical quarterback is taking a backseat to the fact that he is missing a lot more than the typical quarterback.