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Market check: AAL, UAL, DAL

FBN’s Lauren Simonetti with the latest business headlines.

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  1. Markets dealing with Fourth of July hangover?

    Bespoke analyst George Pearkes and Lido Isle Advisors CEO Jason Rotman give insight into the markets.

  2. New privacy threats

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the approval by a Senate committee of a new cyber-security bill.

  3. Alcoa 2Q results a good sign for earnings season?

    STA Wealth Management Chief Strategist Lance Roberts, Gary Goldberg Financial Services President Oliver Pursche and SFG Alternatives CIO Larry Shover on Alcoa’s second-quarter results and the markets.

  4. What’s the Deal, Neil: Illegal immigrants bused to California?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the Obama Administration’s immigration policy.

  5. Michigan’s minimum wage hike causing colleges to cut jobs

    CampusReform.org Editor-in-Chief Caleb Bonham, Concerned Veterans for America’s Jessie Jane Duff, Independent Women’s Forum’s Sabrina Schaeffer and Progressive columnist Rick Ungar on the impact of a minimum wage increase on colleges and students.

  6. The slow-video blame game

    Former Collegehumor CEO Paul Greenberg on YouTube and Netflix blaming slow video on Internet service providers.

  7. Market check: AAPL

    FBN’s Charles Payne with the latest business headlines.

  8. Suing the President over executive orders a waste of time?

    Independent Women’s Forum’s Sabrina Schaeffer, TurningPointUSA.Net founder Charlie Kirk and FBN’s David Asman on House Republicans planning a lawsuit over the White House executive orders.

  9. Vonage co-founder: Amazon Fire Phone a foul ball

    Vonage and Zula co-founder Jeff Pulver on T-Mobile’s music concept, Amazon’s new phone and his new venture.

  10. T-Mobile gets more aggressive

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald and Sandra Smith and Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Gerard Baker on T-Mobile’s strategy.

  11. T-Mobile CEO: Sprint merger a duopoly

    T-Mobile U.S. CEO John Legere sounds off on the Sprint merger and new ‘uncarrier’ plan.

  12. What’s the Deal, Neil: Nothing wrong with golfing through a crisis?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the President’s handling of the Iraq crisis and the VA scandal.

  1. Will Fox own Time Warner?

    Average Joe options chief strategist Todd Horwitz and Wall Street Journal deputy bureau chief Amol Sharma Time Warner scrapping a provision that will let investors call special meeting.

  2. China meat scandal hits Burger King and Starbucks

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down earnings and stock to keep your eye on.

  3. Verizon Communications 2Q earnings beat expectations

    Earnings HQ: FBN’s Lori Rothman breaks down Verizon Communications ’ second-quarter earnings report.

  4. Are cable companies really getting hurt by ‘cord cutters?’

    Contently.com’s Sam Slaughter on how cable companies are able to survive as customers drop cable TV service.

  5. Time Warner rejects $80B bid from 21st Century Fox

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on 21st Century Fox’s bid for Time Warner.

  6. Time Warner rejects 21st Century Fox takeover bid

    FBR Capital markets analyst Barton Crockett and former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell on the offer made by 21st Century Fox, the parent of FOX Business, to buyout competitor Time Warner.

  7. United Continental shares take off

    FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.

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