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Tech Rewind: Netflix, Etsy set records

As earnings season picks up, Netflix sets a fresh record high and Etsy makes its public debut on the Nasdaq – this is your tech rewind of the week.

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  1. CME’s Duffy: Ending open-outcry is client-driven decision

    CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy discusses what’s driving business and the decision to end the open-outcry trading pit.

  2. Aetna 4Q earnings match estimates

    Earnings HQ: FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down Aetna ’s fourth-quarter earnings report.

  3. Americans hoarding more cash at home?

    Personal finance expert Vera Gibbons, Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore and senior financial analyst Greg McBride on Americans stashing cash at home and the decline in home ownership.

  4. McShakup: McDonald’s CEO steps down

    Famous Dave’s CEO Edward Rensi and Morningstar Analyst R.J. Hottovy discuss how to turn McDonalds around.

  5. Aetna CEO on the state of health care

    Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini with his take on the health-care industry and plans for 2015.

  6. The push for a $15 minimum wage

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Divine Capital CEO Dani Hughes, Fulcrum Securities Chief Strategist Rob Morgan, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall debate the push for a minimum wage increase.

  7. Aetna boosting its minimum wage to $16 an hour

    Former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland, The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher, small business expert Susan Solovic and FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Tracy Byrnes on Aetna ’s decision to raise the company’s minimum wage to $16 an hour without government intervention.

  8. Can Alaska Air shares take your portfolio to new heights?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Harrington Capital Management founder Kyle Harrington, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the outlook for Alaska Air Group.

  9. How are businesses handling the costs of ObamaCare?

    Apple Metro CEO Zane Tankel and FBN’s Charles Payne disucss ObamaCare employee eligibility and how it costs the company.

  10. Concerns growing due to oil plunge?

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel discusses the impacts of falling oil and gas prices on the U.S. economy, businesses and consumers.

  11. The vehicles that owners hated most

    Consumer Reports’ Mark Rechtin on a survey of the most disliked cars and SUVs.

  12. How to play the markets today

    Nuveen Asset Management Chief Equity Strategist Bob Doll gives tips for investing in today’s markets.

  1. What stocks are a ‘buy’ ahead of earnings season?

    Pento Portfolio Strategies President Michael Pento, Lido Isle Advisors President Jason Rotman and The PRICE Futures Group senior market analyst Phil Flynn on the stocks to watch during earnings season and the outlook for Lumber Liquidators.

  2. How to invest amid volatility

    JPMorgan Global Market Strategist David Lebovitz, Holland & Company Chairman Mike Holland and Stifel Nicolaus Portfolio Manager Chad Morganlander discuss how to invest in an unstable market environment.

  3. Oil slump hitting banks?

    Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating discusses new fracking regulations and the oil slump.

  4. Box CEO: Main focus is continuing to build out our customer base

    Box CEO Aaron Levie on the company’s earnings and outlook.

  5. Tech Rewind: Apple Helps Gives AT&T the Boot, Etsy to Go Public

    Apple helped get AT&T booted off the Dow, and Etsy filed for an IPO -- this is your tech rewind of the week.

  6. CareerBuilder CEO on the real jobs picture

    CareerBuilder CEO Matt Ferguson on the state of the U.S. job market.

  7. Where to invest in today’s market

    OppenheimerFunds CIO Krishna Memani discusses European economies, Greece, Apple stock and the energy sector.

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