On this morning’s Mensa Meeting, the panelists discuss the CIA’s recently released interrogation report.
Attorney Rich Newsome on Cory Burdick’s case against Takata for injuries from the airbag after a car accident.
FBN’s Rich Edson on the Takata airbag recall hearing.
Arizona Attorney General Thomas Horne on the state’s decision to sue General Motors .
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader weighs in on the criminal investigation and legal problems coming to Takata's negligent airbag company and what will happen next.
Telemus Capital Partners Chairman Gary Ran, ACE Investment Strategists Chief Trader Yu-Dee Chang and OptionPit.com founder Mark Sebastian on the outlook for the markets.
James Grant of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer breaks down what can learn today from the depression of 1920.
FBN’s Liz Claman on the changes to Berkshire Hathaway’s investments.
FBN’s Jeff Flock and Barclays Senior Auto Analyst Brian Johnson on the 2015 aluminum Ford F-150
‘The Frackers’ author Gregory Zuckerman and Belus Capital Advisors CEO Brian Sozzi and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on Hank Greenberg and the AIG trial and new details on the GM ignition switch recalls.
FBN’s Nicole Petallides on the highlights from the day in the markets.
Judge Andrew Napolitano on new details about GM’s ignition switch recalls.
Should airlines lower passenger fees as fuel prices drop?
Advantage Payroll Services President Rob Basso and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on the NFL unveiling a stricter personal conduct policy and Jesse Jackson’s planned protest outside of Apple’s headquarters.
Global Financial CIO Chris Bertelsen, The Wall Street Journal’s Paul Vigna and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on Tesla shares, and D.C. running out of money.
FBN’s Charles Payne, FBN contributor Anthony Scaramucci, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall respond to viewers’ questions about Ford and Fiat Chrysler.
Rich Newsome, an attorney representing a Takata victim, on the Takata recall scandal.
Sprint wants to cut phone bill in half
Head of Jeep Brand Exterior Design Mark Allen and WSJ Automotive Reporter Jeff Bennett discuss the Jeep brands new designs and worldwide sales.
University of Maryland’s Peter Morici on why the government is forcing companies to disclose pay gap ratios between CEOs and company employees.