Wedbush Securities Equity Research V.P. Corinna Freedman on the outlook for Nike sales.
Chrysler dealer Chuck Eddy on why he won't give up on the embattled auto.
Former Starbucks International President Howard Behar on how to lead a company through tough times.
FBN's Jeff Flock reports on the departure of GM CEO Rick Wagoner.
Dow Jones Newswires, Milan Bureau Chief Jennifer Clark discusses the possibility of a Chrysler-Fiat deal.
FBN's Jeff Flock on the latest news about Chrysler's state in the auto business.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally on the keys to getting back to profitability.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett discusses whether a bailout of the U.S. auto industry is a good idea.
WSJ Deputy Washington Bureau chief Monica Langley discusses what to expect from the automaker hearings on Capital Hill.
Jeff Flock talks to Leonard Washington a GM auto worker who expressed that he and fellow auto workers are willing to work overtime for free to help the company
Road & Track Editor-in-Chief Matt Delorenzo discusses what will happen to the auto industry if the Senate does not pass the auto bailout bill.
FBNʼs Alexis Glick asks UAW President Ron Gettelfinger for three concessions that the UAW is ready and willing to make.
Kaltbaum & Associates President Gary Kaltbaum on the performance of Wall St. and how it should follow suit with the NFL.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli on the Chrysler IPO and how the White House can utilize retired CEOs to create a successful job growth strategy.
FBN’s Liz Claman breaks down the best from this week on “Countdown to the Closing Bell.”
Former Treasury Secretary Counselor Steven Rattner on the state of the auto industry and the outlook for the economy.
Political analyst Paul Begala with the latest details surrounding the 2012 presidential election.
Have Obama policies contributed to S&P report?
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Sheldon Stone, a turnaround expert with Amherst Partners, on why Chrysler was driven to bankruptcy.