Claman on Call: The Dark Side of Retail

By After the Bell FOXBusiness

Can NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell survive the Ray Rice scandal?

Claman on Call: FBN's Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Wynn Resorts Director Elaine Wynn's comments on Atlantic City, the fallout from the Ray Rice scandal, the outlook for retail and the future of ... RadioShack.

It was a down day for the markets, but there was much more for investors to focus on.

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The U.S. gaming industry is a multi-billion dollar cash cow, but with multiple casino closures in Atlantic City, is it time for investors to take their chips and move them to Vegas?

Gaming industry veteran and Wynn Resorts director Elaine Wynn told FOX Business in an exclusive interview that Atlantic City is a free market with many capable players and is still very much in the game.

And a Nevada native shares how she feels about Tesla wheeling into her home state along with some pretty nice tax incentives.

One of the most debated questions in the Ray Rice case right now -- will NFL commissioner Roger Goodell lose his NFL crown over this, or can he come back from one of the biggest scandals in the league's history?

FBN's Charlie Gasparino, Fox Sports 1 NFL correspondent Peter Schrager and Skybridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci, who's also a Fox contributor discussed the hot-button question, and you don't want to miss the heated debate.

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American opened up their wallets a little more in August, but which retailers walked away with the most cash? Retail superstar and Belus Capital CEO Brian Sozzi joined FOX Business to tell us about what he calls "the dark side of retail," shining a bright light on the topic and sharing what some successful retailers are doing in the shadows. He also shared an unlikely name that he said should be on your "buy" list right now.

There is, however, one retailer you should skip -- RadioShack. That's according to Brian Brands' Brian Kelly, who told FOX Business that he thinks the battered retailer has only a 5% chance of surviving through the holidays.

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