Digit founder Ethan Bloch on the company’s automated savings app.
Bankrate.com Chief Financial Analyst Greg McBride explains why Walmart is moving into banking with their mobile checking accounts.
Better Qualified CEO Paul Oster on company data breaches and why some companies aren’t notifying their customers of the hack attacks.
FBN’s Peter Barnes sits down with FDIC Vice Chair Thomas Hoenig to discuss big banks and the Fed.
FDIC Vice Chair Tom Hoenig on bank settlements and Dodd-Frank.
Creative Direct Marketing Group CEO Craig Huey, Mid-York Press, Inc. co-owner Claudia Tenney and Gia Pronto CEO Marco Lentini on the challenges facing small businesses in America.
Immunity Inc.’s Alex McGeorge on a massive Russian hack attack.
Former FDIC chair Sheila Bair explains why the Fed is trying to shrink its portfolio and the reverse-repurchase facility.
Judge Andrew Napolitano on a Federal judge’s decision to ban the use of the ‘Redskins’ name in lawsuit documents.
Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair argues raising the minimum wage is good for business.
Bankrate’s Greg McBride on the reasons why a bank might want to close your account.
Patriot National Bank Chairman Michael Carrazza on the trouble for small banks.
TD Ameritrade CEO Fred Tomczyk on the retail investor and the high-frequency-trading debate.
Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), sounds off on the Fed.
CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy gives his outlook for the markets and also discusses the impact of regulation on business.
Sen. David Vitter, (R-La.), on President Obama’s executive action on immigration and Dodd-Frank.
Payoff CEO Scott Saunders on how his company helps users reduce credit card debt and weighs in on Lending Club’s IPO.
Former FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Republican efforts to reduce financial regulations.
Evercore CEO Ralph Schlosstein discusses how regulation is impacting the economy and investing.
Zor Capital Managing Director Joe Fahmy, Greywolf Execution Partners’ Mark Newton and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the rise in credit card spending and the two Goldman Sachs employees fired for sharing confidential Federal Reserve information.