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GM avoids billions in ignition switch liabilities after judge’s ruling

FBN’s Jeff Flock and Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss a judge’s ruling that General Motors is not liable for deaths and injuries from ignition key issues before 2009.

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  1. Starbucks is putting a lid on the ‘#racetogether’ campaign

    Social Media Expert Peter Shankman and Branding Expert Bruce Turkel on Starbucks race relation campaign.

  2. Behind hedge funds’ shrinking profits

    Citi Head of Business Advisory Services Sandy Kaul discusses performance issues in the hedge fund industry.

  3. How Lego is changing their strategy to get kids playing

    Lego American President Soren Torp Laursen unveils the company’s new sales strategy, partnerships and unveiling new Legos toys.

  4. Thermal imaging company makes big push towards consumer

    Flir Systems CEO Andy Teich on creating thermal imaging technology that can be used in the home.

  5. Jordan agrees to prisoner swap with ISIS

    Former CIA Covert Operations Officer Mike Baker weighs in on the Jordan prisoner swap with ISIS.

  6. What’s good for economy, not always good for markets

    Bob Doll of Nuveen Asset Management Average Joe Options Chief Strategist Todd Horwitz and Mizuho Securities USA CEO John Koudounis discuss their outlook for the markets amid the selloff.

  7. Mike Krzyzewski goes for 1,000th victory

    CBS Sports’ Seth Davis weighs in on the scandal surrounding the New England Patriots and the career of Duke University basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski.

  8. ECB board reportedly proposes $58B QE program

    Skybridge Capital Founder Anthony Scaramucci discusses ECB monetary action and his outlook for IMF growth.

  9. MetLife CEO on stricter regulation: They got this one wrong

    MetLife CEO Steven Kandarian explains why the company is suing the federal government over its ‘too big to fail’ designation.

  10. Nardelli: Chrysler was the greatest American giveaway

    Former Chrysler CEO Robert Nardelli on the state of the U.S. auto sector.

  11. Banks opting for chip-and-signature technology

    Robin Sidel of The Wall Street Journal discusses Chip-and-Signature technology and why banks are choosing to use it over PIN.

  12. Microsoft’s new health band

    Microsoft General Manager of New Devices Matt Barlow discusses the company’s new health band.

  1. White House: Obama won’t automatically endorse Hillary Clinton

    Fox News Political Analyst Doug Schoen and Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Michael Goodwin on Hillary Clinton's and Marco Rubio’s presidential bids.

  2. Is the Apple Watch a breakout gadget?

    Tech Expert Katie Linendoll previews the new Apple Watch.

  3. JPM’s Jamie Dimon warns of another financial crisis

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Cheryl Casone discuss JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon’s annual letter to shareholders.

  4. Tsarnaev faces possible death penalty after conviction

    Dzhokhar Tsarnaev faces a possible death penalty sentence after being found guilty on all 30 counts in the Boston Marathon bombing. Boston Strong Co-Author Casey Sherman and FNC Contributor Arthur Aidala discuss

  5. Premera warned by government weeks before hacking

    Identity Theft 911 co-founder Adam Levin on the hacking of Premera Blue Cross.

  6. Chaos brews in Yemen, the Middle East

    FNC’s Catherine Herridge discusses the crisis in Yemen and the chaos in the Middle East.

  7. Ted Cruz uses social media to reveal 2016 presidential bid

    SocialFlow CEO Jim Anderson talks social media and Sen. Ted Cruz using Twitter to reveal a 2016 presidential bid.

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