Stanford law fellow Vivek Wadhwa on whether there is a diversity gap in Silicon Valley .
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino with the latest on the Dish and T-Mobile deal.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on 21st Century Fox withdrawing its bid for Time Warner.
‘Outsourcing America’ author Ron Hira separates the facts from the fiction on STEM workers in America.
Herman Miller CEO Brian Walker on the company’s new business plan and modern furniture market.
Reverend Jesse Jackson discusses the need for a greater focus on the diversity gap in the technology industry.
New America Foundation Director Kevin Carey on the colleges with the most bang for your buck.
Gilt Groupe chairman Kevin Ryan on the European startup scene.
Estimize CEO Leigh Drogen and Stanford University fellow Vivek Wadhwa give their outlooks for Twitter.
Wall Street Journal tech reporter Shira Ovide on Amazon’s card reader.
Great Place to Work CEO China Gorman on creating corporate culture.
Homeservices of America CEO Ron Peltier and Bob Doll of Nuveen Asset Management discuss the real-estate market across the U.S.
The Heritage Foundation chief economist Stephen Moore on the Kansas economy and California Governor Jerry Brown.
Jilliene Helman, CEO of Realty Mogul, and Kickstarter’s Julie Wood weigh in on the benefits Kickstarter provides for professional women.
OwnPhones founder and CEO Itamar Jobani and WSJ’s Shira Ovide discuss the headphone market.
FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers on a study showing more tech companies today finding acquisitions without assistance from banks.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Ukraine, American Giant’s hoodies and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s annual conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming next week.
Fenwick & West partner Jeffrey Vetter breaks down a survey showing life sciences IPOs outweighed tech IPOs in the first half of 2014.
Bluerun Ventures operating partner Cheryl Cheng on the state of the venture capital market.
Bryn Mawr Trust CIO Ernie Cecilia, Delphi Management President Scott Black and AverageJoeOptions.com founder Todd Horwitz on the outlook for stocks.