Neil Cavuto Archive
Published November 16, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Before you look for the union label first look for the union attack ads. Three senators are finding out the hard way tonight.
You try to make tough choices in Washington. Unions are going to make it very tough for you to get reelected. Wait until you find out how tough.
Because this ad isn't just targeting those senators. It was meant for the super committee as well.
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Published November 15, 2011
Its employees may be grumbling, but now we know why 10 P.M. Thanksgiving night, Walmart's doors are opening.
Apparently, they could use the money.
And for Walmart it was a miss as good as a mile.
And a 2.9 percent profit slip that for analysts, was worse than thought.
Published November 15, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, FBN HOST: Well, Penn State, boy it's in a real state right now, right? Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky not the better of that media interview with Bob Costas, and a situation that was already bad that many argue he made worse.
And for beleaguered Penn State, a battered brand, even more battered. Now the only question is how battered? And is it now irretrievably battered? Marketing expert Jason Maloni says Penn State is looking at a very long road to recovery. How long do you think, when all is said and done, Jason?
Published November 14, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: All right, well, Target workers are targeting their company; 7,000 of them now protesting the retailers decision to open midnight Thanksgiving. They want the time to get that much-needed post-turkey sleep instead of overtime at the store.
My next guest helping Target employees mobilize this Thanksgiving revolt. Patrick Schmitt from Change.org joining me now. Pat, good to have you.
PATRICK SCHMITT, CHANGE.ORG: Great to be here, Neil.
CAVUTO: What kind of response are you getting, Pat?
Published November 09, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: A follow-up to a story we touched on Fox News earlier today. A "New York Times" story homeowners who are simply walking away from their mortgages. They were underwater and now they are better off.
In an article a company called youwalkaway.com was cited, the organization that walks folks through the process while walking away through their mortgage.
Chad Ruyle is the co-founder of that company. Joins us right now.
Published November 08, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Have you ever noticed these Occupy Wall Streeters? The latest indications are, despite Mayor Bloomberg's protest in Manhattan, that they are going to stay there, forever.
Indications are now they are asking their biggest supporters for winter coats and a lot more food. Ken Langone watching all of that, scratching his head. What do you make of it?
Published November 07, 2011
LIZ MACDONALD, HOST: Well, what goes up did come down. A slew of major airlines rolling back air fares. Delta the latest to hike prices by 10 bucks round-trip, only to ditch the idea days later. Marketing guru Jeff Hayzlett says higher prices for a low level of service ain't going to fly.
Can you say Netflix? So you think this is going to catch on?
JEF HAYZLETT, MARKETING EXPERT: No, never does. Last year -- in this last year, they have had 16 attempts to the raise prices of fares.
MACDONALD: The airlines have.
Published November 03, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, FBN HOST: All right, continuing now, as we sometimes do when we have a guest we consider certainly worthy of going long, with John Paul Dejoria. Of course, almost everything you have touched has turned to gold. I don't know how you do that, because the one commonality found in researching you for our last discussion and now this one is a certain common trait I find with those who break through or just become iconic.
Published November 02, 2011
NEIL CAVUTO, FBN HOST: So forget the super-committee looking for places to cut. The president looking for areas to spend, pushing Congress to pass his infrastructure chunk of his jobs bill. That carries a price tag alone of around $50 billion.
Published November 01, 2011
From the folks who brought you the Acropolis...now, just a mess.
And at this hour, a Greek rescue package that itself looks like ancient ruins. Stocks tanking here and...darn near everywhere amid growing fears it's a mess and getting messier there.
Greeks protesting even paying half what they owe, a Prime Minister pulls a referendum on what they think, and bankers now protesting taking an even bigger haircut than they already have...and suddenly what looked like a sure thing is sure looking more like a Greek tragedy.
As they say, read the red arrows, and weep.