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McDonald’s going through an identity crisis?

Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Tracy Byrnes and Liz MacDonald on McDonald’s identity crisis, the new app that lets users create fake boyfriends or girlfriends and an ESPN analyst accidentally tweeting a link to a porn website.

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  1. Evan Bayh: When it comes to bank regulation, we’ve gone too far

    Former Indiana Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh explains the importance of cooperation between the public and private sectors to combat the growing threat of cyber warfare on American firms.

  2. Obama to emphasize the importance of cybersecurity

    Jack Harrington of Raytheon Cybersecurity discusses the importance of companies realizing how serious it is to invest in cyber security.

  3. Is Wall Street killing retail?

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Cheryl Casone with an after-hours web exclusive on the overseas markets, the impact of activist investors on the retail sector and the World Economic Forum.

  4. Amazon coming to a theater near you

    Mediatech Partners Managing Partner Porter Bibb on Amazon Studios producing movies for theaters.

  5. Report: NSA tapped into North Korea before Sony hack

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down a New York Times report that states the NSA first began tapping into North Korea’s servers in 2010.

  6. How to invest in the energy sector with oil falling

    Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders and Highland Capital Co-Founder and CIO Mark Okada on the price of oil, evaluating the market and investing in the energy sector.

  7. Airlines threatened with undetectable bombs?

    Former Federal Air Marshall Jonathan Gilliam on the recently foiled ISIS-inspired attack plans and the airlines threatened with an undetectable bomb.

  8. Fmr. CIA covert operations officer on U.S. cyber security concerns

    Former CIA Covert Operations Officer Mike Baker discusses the CENTCOM social media hack, U.S. cyber security and the Paris terror attacks.

  9. The fascinating family stories behind ‘Strange Inheritance’

    ‘Strange Inheritance’ host Jamie Colby and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on some of the unique inheritances the new show found and how the items impacted families.

  10. Facebook designing features to use at work

    WSJ’s Reed Albergotti on Facebook designing a platform for use at work.

  11. Are the terrorists winning?

    Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters discusses the rising threat of terror and the absence of U.S. political authority at the Paris unity march.

  12. Neil’s Spiel: ‘Homeland’ to avoid Muslim terrorist angle?

    The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher, small business expert Susan Solovic and FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Tracy Byrnes on Showtime’s ‘Homeland’ considering avoiding a Muslim terrorist angle next season.

  1. Key: New Zealand central bank thought Fed would start tightening earlier

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on the state of the country’s economy and its growth in trade with China.

  2. How will King Abdullah’s death impact the U.S.?

    American Islamic Forum for Democracy’s Zuhdi Jasser discusses how the death of Saudi King Abdullah impacts the U.S. and the Iranian missile threat.

  3. Obama’s misleading SOTU highlight

    ‘Stossel’ host John Stossel on the economic recovery and Obama highlighting his former staffer Rebekah Erler at the SOTU.

  4. Imax CEO: U.S. movie industry will see remarkable turnaround

    Imax CEO Richard Gelfond discusses the state of the movie industry, the Sony hack and why he thinks the Academy is losing relevance.

  5. How the government can tackle cybersecurity

    Former Bain Capital Partner Ed Conard , Symantec VP of Global Government Affairs Cheri McGuire and US Air Force Colonel (Ret) Cedric Leighton discuss how the government can confront cybersecurity.

  6. Navigating growth in the tech sector

    Flextronics Chairman Ray Bingham breaks down where the growth is in within technology.

  7. Scott Brown on SOTU: President will continue to divide the nation

    Former GOP Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown breaks down his views on legislative priorities for both Congress and the White House in the wake of President Obama’s State of the Union address.

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