Exencial Wealth Advisors CIO Tim Courtney, Neiman Funds Management Partner Dan Neiman and SFG Alternatives CIO Larry Shover on Yahoo’s third-quarter results and where the opportunities are for investors.
‘Bar Rescue’ host Jon Taffer on California’s Napa wine industry and why fast food restaurants are losing millennials.
Varney & Co. millennials Cristine Ambrose, Kaitlynn Fish and Elise Oggioni weigh in on the fast food industry and why McDonald’s may be losing millennial customers.
Nutritionist Keri Gans on a recent study suggesting low-salt diets may pose health risks.
Food & Water Watch Patty Lovera on concerns about chicken processed in China.
Brand-building consultant Denise Yohn on the Norwegian Cruise Line controversy and how companies can bounce back from bad publicity.
Platinum Partners President Uri Landesman and Warren Financial Services CIO Randy Warren and Green Square Capital Managing Director Lincoln Ellis on Netflix and Chipotle’s second-quarter results and the state of the markets.
MarketWatch reporter Charles Passy on the new gourmet foods hitting store shelves.
Momofuku owner and chef David Chang breaks down the recipe to success.
Danny Meyer of Union Square Restaurant Group on the importance of taking risk.
Former Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey, (R-NY), Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and Lauren Simonetti on the IRS fining companies for shifting employees to ObamaCare.
SCiO CEO Dror Sharon on the company and its molecular scanning device that allows users to check the calorie count and freshness of foods.
Texas Tech University food safety professor Mindy Brashears on the impacts of the California drought.
Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte on millennials’ impact on the midterm elections and the fast food industry .
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, the outlook for Federal Reserve policy, Clear Channel renaming itself iHeartMedia and trends in the fast food industry .
CKE Restaurants, INC. CEO Andy Puzder discusses the drop in fast food sales and how to advertise fast food for better sales.
Planet Hollywood International CEO Robert Earl on why consumers in the food industry are leaning towards healthier food options.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the minimum wage debate and the Washington Redskins’ name controversy.
White Castle V.P. Jamie Richardson on the impact of a potential $15 an hour minimum wage on the fast food industry and jobs.
Former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland weighs in on the U.S. minimum wage debate.