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Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on the outlook for the markets and economy.
WSJ Celebrity Business Reporter Lee Hawkins on Danica Patrick’s NASCAR career.
Stossel and guests look at recent examples of free speech being squelched
FOX Sports’ Darrell Waltrip on his career, the upcoming NASCAR All-Star race and his new book.
Taylor CEO Tony Signore on the firm’s successful business strategy.
BloomNation co-founder David Daneshgar on taking on the floral industry.
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Center for American Progress’ Emily Tisch Sussman on the GOP’s comments on Kathleen Sebelius’ departure, ObamaCare and the 2014 midterm elections.
Investor Carl Icahn on settling with eBay and the market’s decline.
Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge and National Taxpayers Union’s Pete Sepp on the need for tax reform.
NASCAR Driver Danica Patrick on GoDaddy’s Big Leap contest.
FBN's Diane Macedo on Lowe's looking to take advantage of the rebounding housing market with ads.
The Vinnie from Queens panel weighs in on the MLB, Johnny Manziel, Stephen Curry and Tony Stewart.
Sports attorney Richard Roth on the potential legal and regulatory impact of driver Kevin Ward’s death after being hit by Tony Stewart’s car.
FBN’s Jeff Flock on durable goods orders and the growth of lawn mower racing.
Good Housekeeping Research Institute’s Rachel Rothman grades the products sold on those late-night infomercials.
The Whistle EVP of external affairs Brian Selander on his platform for kids to watch sports on digital devices.
The Vinnie from Queens panel on the Belmont Stakes, NASCAR , the NFL and the New York Knicks.
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