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What if Greece leaves the EU?

FBN’s Ashley Webster, Nicole Petallides and Liz MacDonald and Jones Trading Chief Market Strategist Mike O’Rourke and Veracruz LLC Founder Steve Cortes discuss the possible impact of Greece dropping out of the eurozone.

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  1. National Small Business Week Turns 50

    It has been a half-century since President John F. Kennedy issued a proclamation announcing National Small Business Week, to recognize the critical contributions of America’s small business owners.

  2. Actavis to Buy Warner Chilcott for $5 Billion in Stock

    Drug maker Actavis Inc. (ACT) agreed to acquire Warner Chilcott PLC (WCRX) for about $5 billion in an all-stock deal aimed at enlarging Actavis's portfolio of specia...

  3. Actavis to Buy Warner Chilcott For $5 Billion in Stock

    Drug maker Actavis Inc. (ACT) agreed to acquire Warner Chilcott PLC (WCRX) for about $5 billion in an all-stock deal aimed at enlarging Actavis's portfolio of specia...

  4. Congress Passes Bill to End Air-Traffic Furlough

    The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday overwhelmingly approved a Senate plan to ease nationwide air traffic delays caused by automatic federal spending cuts, se...

  5. Small Business Owners Want More Certainty from Washington

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly small business survey finds that the majority of small business owners want more certainty from Washington, as well as more action on immigration and tax reform.

  6. Analysis: History casts doubt on bold Japan economic reform

    If past is precedent, optimists hoping Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will defy vested interests to take bold action to open the country to more competition as a...

  7. CRD4 Measures Put Deutsche Bank's Competitiveness At Risk-Co CEO

    The package of reforms for the banking sector that seeks to increase capital buffers and limit bankers' bonuses, known as the Capital Requirements Directive Four, or...

  8. ASIA MARKETS: Japan Stocks Tumble On Yen Strength Before G-20

    Japanese stocks fell sharply Friday to return most of the gains recorded earlier in the week as the yen strengthened ahead of a meeting of the world's top finance mi...

  9. Bill Seeks High-Tech Immigration Reform

    Some aspects of the immigration debate are almost as complicated and sprawling as the larger issue itself: what to do with the estimated 11 million undocumented work...

  10. Louisiana Gov. Proposes 0% Corporate, Personal Income Tax

    Kanaly Trust Chairman Drew Kanaly, FTN Financial Economist Lindsey Piegza and Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell on the tax overhaul proposed by Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for the state.

  11. Brazil Is Winning the Currency War - Finance Ministry

    Brazil's government is winning the so-called "currency war" with policies to manage short-term foreign capital inflows, the country's finance ministry said Friday.Th...

  12. White House Policies Leading to Higher Energy Costs?

    Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray on the Administration’s energy policy.

  1. Nardelli: The auto industry is back

    Former Home Depot and Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli on the state of the auto industry and Home Depot’s potential data breach.

  2. Switzerland, Singapore, and U.S. the top-ranked economies

    World Economic forum chief economist Jennifer Blanke discusses the state of world competitiveness.

  3. Labor Laws Stoke Economic Turmoil in Venezuela

    As Venezuela grapples with economic turmoil and widespread protests, a law that effectively prohibits companies from firing workers continues to restrict the country...

  4. 3 Entrepreneurs Share their Success Stories

    Entrepreneurs have a different way of thinking that allows them to make their business ideas become a reality. But the life of an entrepreneur is tough: not only do ...

  5. South Africa labor still 'inherently unstable' after strike ends: BMW

    BMW said on Monday the labor situation in South Africa remained "inherently unstable" and it had no plans to reverse a freeze on expansion, even after car parts make...

  6. Nordic Factory Exodus Could Cost 200K Jobs

    A manufacturing exodus from Nordic economies could lead to the loss of more than 200,000 jobs in the next five to seven years as investment continues to shift from d...

  7. Could Free-Trade Mean Bad News for Small Business?

    If the E.U. and U.S. were to agree on free-trade talks, will small business exporters benefit –or pay a price?

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