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Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Alveda King on ISIS religious persecution on Christians.

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  1. Samsung TVs track everything you say, use the data?

    Branding expert Bruce Turkel and Enderle Group’s Rob Enderle on Samsung’s smart TV using an open mic to get information on customers.

  2. Is organic a scam?

    Branding Expert Bruce Turkel and Yum Bands Foudner Heather Thompson on Campbell’s organic soup line and labeling food as organic.

  3. When it comes to Twitter, quality counts

    SoftTech VC Founder Jeff Clavier discusses his outlook for Twitter, the best CEOs of the year and venture capital investments into Silicon Valley.

  4. Dunkin Brands CEO: This year will be stronger

    Dunkin Brands CEO Nigel Travis on the company’s fourth-quarter results and outlook.

  5. Obama calls on Republicans to act but continues veto threats

    Rep. Kevin Brady, (R-Texas), and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on efforts to continue to propose new bills despite President Obama’s veto threats.

  6. 1.5M expected to call out sick post Super Bowl

    Branding Expert Bruce Turkel on the millions of Americans calling out sick the day after the Super Bowl and some of the worst excuses.

  7. The best Super Bowl ads

    MRY CEO Matt Britton discusses the most impactful Super Bowl ads.

  8. Herman Cain on Romney’s decision not to run in 2016

    Former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain weighs in on Mitt Romney’s decision not to run for president in 2016, Shake Shack’s IPO and McDonald’s.

  9. Why McDonald’s is losing big to competitors

    USA Today’s Matt Krantz on McDonalds losing their customers and the changes they are making.

  10. Blizzard marketing: Company’s Tweet through snow

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Branding Expert Bruce Turkel discuss how companies got the blizzard to work for them.

  11. Twitter edging into Facebook territory? CEO Scott Kurnit on Twitter and Snapchat’s new features and how Marissa Mayer could spend the Alibaba money.

  12. Winning with mobile wallet

    Wall Street Journal Reporter Daisuke Wakabayashi on the surge in customers using Apple Pay.

  1. Dunkin’ CEO on K-Cup expansion

    Dunkin’ Brands CEO Nigel Travis on the deal with Green Mountain and J.M. Smuckers to sell coffee K-cup coffee packages in stores and online.

  2. China building a network of fake islands?

    ProActive Communications President Mark Serrano, The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on China building fake islands and the Oscars’ ‘sexy,’ and expensive, swag bags.

  3. The big business of NASCAR

    Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall, FBN’s Deirdre Bolton, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Bruderman Brothers CEO Oliver Pursche and Divine Capital CEO Dani Hughes on the business of NASCAR and salaries of drivers such as Dale Earnhardt, Jr., and Danica Patrick.

  4. How to play a volatile market

    32 Advisors Founder and CEO Robert Wolf on how to make money off market volatility.

  5. NBA COO talks the business of basketball

    NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum, in a wide ranging interview, discusses the events associated with the NBA all-start game, where he sees big opportunity, billionaire owners and players’ salary caps.

  6. What’s next for the NFL?

    Between ‘deflate-gate’ and a handful of domestic violence issues, it was a tough season for the NFL. So has the NFL’s brand been tarnished? Todd Schoenberger of HedgeACT weighs in.

  7. Increasing number of Americans opting to rent a home

    Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore and King’s College New York Professor Brian Brenberg on the rising number of Americans choosing to rent rather than buy a home.

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