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How would Icahn protest his own bet on Netflix?

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses how activists would protest their own activist records.

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  2. WSJ celebrates 125 years

    WSJ editor-in-chief Gerry Baker says today’s Wall Street Journal reach is global and goes beyond business news.

  3. Is the violence in Iraq a ‘Black Swan’ event?

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  4. Questions surrounding Mary Barra and ECB

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  5. Credit Suisse pleads guilty in tax evasion case

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  6. Buy gold?

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  7. Yellen: Important Congress address debt issues

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  9. Athenahealth a bubble stock?

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  10. Barclays blaming new regulations for retrenchment?

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  11. Hintz: Put new money to work in Morgan Stanley

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  12. Yellen: Fed considering additional measures to address bank liquidity

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  1. Will turbulence continue on Wall Street?

    Hedgeye Risk Management Founder and CEO Keith McCullough and Skybridge Capital Founbder Anthony Scaramucci discuss what to expect from and how to invest in volatile markets.

  2. Can Greenberg win the AIG bailout trial?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Columbia Law professor John Coffee gives insight into the former CEO Hank Greenberg’s case against the government over the AIG bailout.

  3. Gasparino on Paulson’s testimony on AIG

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson’s testimony on the AIG bailout.

  4. UK regulation fines Barclays record $62M

    FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on Barclays’ $62 million fine and CarMax’s second-quarter earnings report.

  5. NFL Commissioner’s job in jeopardy as NFL sponsors’ concerns grow?

    Fox Sports 1 NFL Insider Peter Schrager on the latest NFL scandals and their impacts on league sponsors.

  6. Federal government putting your retirement savings at risk?

    American Action Forum President Douglas Holtz-Eakin and ICI Chief Economist Brian Reid on the impact of government regulations on Americans investments.

  7. Credit Suisse winding down commodities business

    Former CFTC chief economist Jeffery Harris on the flight from commodities.

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