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FBN’s Adam Shapiro and Strategic Resource Group Managing Director Burt Flickinger discuss the mega merger between Kraft and Heinz and 3G’s billion dollar buying spree.

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  1. Morgan Stanley CFO heads to Silicon Valley

    Rolfe Winkler of The Wall Street Journal discusses Morgan Stanley CFO Ruth Porat’s new job at Google.

  2. Sources to Gasparino: Peltz supports BNY's Hassell

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    iRelaunch CEO Carol Fishman Cohen on the rise of internships for middle-aged workers.

  4. Credit Suisse CEO stepping down

    FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down the top business stories of the morning.

  5. Which firms are having a strong month of trading?

    FOX Business Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino on Wall Street firms’ complaints of regulations, and which banks are seeing big trading gains this month.

  6. Has oil found a bottom?

    Recon Capital Managing Partner Kevin Kelly, Wall Financial Group’s Michael Wall and founder Todd Horwitz on the outlook for oil prices, stocks and gold.

  7. Why did banks miss on their targets?

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