Frontier Communications CEO Maggie Wilderotter on her plan to revitalize the small-town business environment.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on reports of Apple’s new technology.
Belpointe Asset Management Chief Strategist David Nelson, FBN’s Charles Payne, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall and Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney respond to a viewer question about AT&T shares.
The Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Knutson on Sprint’s new data plan prices.
GMG Defensive Beta Fund Co-Portfolio Manager Oliver Pursche, FBB Capital Partners Portfolio Manager Michael Mussio and Bull Reef Brokerage CEO Scott Shellady on the markets.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on a Federal judge ruling the U.S. government does not have to turn over surveillance records.
A review of the week’s top headlines in the tech space: Major merger talks break down, and an announcement of what could be the biggest hack of all time.
FNC’s Bret Baier and WSJ business editor Dennis Berman on the ripple effects of tighter Russian sanctions.
Tiburon Capital Management president Peter Lupoff gives tips for investing in today’s markets.
Former Sprint CEO Bill Esrey says in the long-term, a Sprint, T-Mobile deal would be good.
T-Mobile U.S. CEO John Legere characterizes 2Q earnings.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s trip to Tel Aviv, Israel and viewers’ concerns about flying.
Wall Street Journal reporter Miriam Gottfried chimes in on why there might not be rival bidders for Time Warner.
21st Century Fox Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch on Scotland’s independence vote, David Cameron, the U.S. economy, terror threats, why he pulled out on the Time Warner deal and his take on 2016 U.S. presidential candidates.
Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl on the Obama Administration’s handling of ISIS and the Ebola outbreak.
NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, FBN’s Charles Payne, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the perceptions of Millennials.
Former FCC Chairman Michael Powell weighs in on the battle over net neutrality and what the FCC will decide.
Brand-building consultant Denise Yohn on the impact of the Ray Rice scandal on the NFL’s brand, Samsung’s latest advertisement and outrage over an Urban Outfitters’ Kent State University sweatshirt.
Former NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly on how efforts to fight terror groups impact Americans and their privacy.
Wall Street Journal deputy media editor Amol Sharma breaks down why the NFL can play by its own rules when it comes to television.