• 1The incredible bendable phone

    FBN’s Melissa Francis says completely flexible technology may become the new big thing for smartphones. AllThingsD senior editor Arik Hesseldahl says differentiation is a necessity in the competitive smartphone market, and Mashable editor Pete Pachal says there may be visual benefits to having curved screens.

  • 2Is 5% down too good to be true?

    Some banks are offering mortgages with only 5% down payments. Thor Equities CEO Joe Sitt says in the short term at least, this is a good boost for the economy. But overall, Sitt says it may have serious repercussions.

  • 3Missile defense system in Poland?

    FNC strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters weighs in on the U.S. and Russia’s inability to set a date for Syrian peace talks and the possibility of a missile defense system in Poland.

  • 4Does a minimum wage increase stimulate the economy?

    In New Jersey, voters approved a constitutional amendment that would tie the minimum wage to inflation. Ralph Nader says over 70% of the American people want an inflation-adjusted minimum wage rate, and that a higher minimum wage will be a good stimulus for the economy.

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