OoVoo Labs Managing Director JP Nauseef discusses how his company is putting technology that reads consumer emotion to work.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on The Daily Show’s parody of its newest advertiser the Koch Brothers and Gov. Chris Christie telling a heckler to ‘shut up.’
WSJ Tech Reporter Rolfe Winker on YouTube considering an ad-free subscription service.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Republican criticisms of the Obama Administration’s appointment of Ron Klain as the Ebola Czar.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Zor Capital Managing Director Joe Fahmy discuss how institutional selling negatively impacts the markets.
Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit on the NFL’s deal with Disney’s ESPN and Time Warner, how Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is working to bring The Washington Post nationwide, and the future of Netflix.
GRNLive correspondent Florence de Changy dissects the cause of the rise in violence among Hong Kong protesters.
Fox News national Security Analyst KT McFarland and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Judith Miller weigh in on the battle with ISIS.
Fox News Contributor Joe Trippi and radio talk show host Dana Loesch discuss Obama's United Nations speech.
The Layfield Report’s John Layfield and The 7:00’s Report’s Tom Essaye on the bullish and bearish views on Alibaba.
The Hollywood and Vine panel on Joan Rivers, the Royal Family and upcoming TV shows.
TiVo CEO Tom Rogers on the Roamio OTA DVR.
Social Radar’s Shana Glenzer on the Google Glass creator’s departure from Google, Apple’s latest iPhone and Hulu .
MRY CEO Matt Britton, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Jones Trading Chief Market Strategist Mike O’Rourke give insight into Sony’s hack attack and their decision to pull ‘The Interview.
WSJ’s Doug MacMillan discusses the future of messaging apps and the new ‘Wire’ app.
Horizon Media SVP Brad Adgate explains what’s next for content subscription service Aereo after bankruptcy.
Actor Tommy Chong discusses the legalization of marijuana, Bob Marley-branded marijuana and his own products.
Reason Director of Economic Research Anthony Randazzo, The Leeb Group Chairman Stephen Leeb and FBN’s Lori Rothman discuss Obama’s push for net neutrality and keeping the Internet a free market.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia founder Martha Stewart on her rise to fame, the political landscape and why she supports entrepreneurship.
Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun discusses his latest venture with AT&T to provide real-world job skills to students online.