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More American companies leaving for lower taxes?

Judge Andrew Napolitano on corporate inversions and President Obama’s policies towards corporate America.

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    Morningstar analyst David Krempa on how investors can gain from the inversion trend.

  4. All-American Burger King eyes Canadian border

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  10. White House policies pushing voters to Republican Party?

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  12. Health care for $4?

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    FNC’s Clayton Morris on the new iPhone 6 and ReWalk’s robotic exoskeleton that helps people with paralysis walk again.

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  3. Activist investor lands 2 Walgreen board seats

    Activist investor scores a win at Walgreen DEK: Wall Street Journal reporter David Benoit on hedge fund Jana Partners getting two Walgreen board seats as it pushes to cut costs.

  4. New app turns your smartphone into a digital wallet

    FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on PayPal’s app that allows consumers to use their smartphone as a mobile wallet.

  5. Checking out with Apple

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down how Apple is changing the way consumers shop.

  6. Walgreens ’ 8,200 stores impacted by database glitch

    ‘The Doctor Weighs In’ founder Dr. Pat Salber on the impact of Walgreens ’ database crash.

  7. Apple’s next big breakthrough?

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on reports of Apple’s new technology.

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