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iPhone demand fuels Apple’s 4Q

Wall Street Journal reporter Daisuke Wakabayashi and Estimize CEO Leigh Drogen discuss how iPhone demand speaks to the strength of their business.

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  1. Will Texas, PA, Mo., and Calif. leave hedge funds behind?

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on why four American cities weigh reducing hedge-fund investments.

  2. Hilsenrath: Fed holding steady amid market volatility

    FOX Business contributor Jon Hilsenrath and Merrill Lynch Global Wealthy Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels discuss their outlook for the Fed and the markets.

  3. Fed Chair Janet Yellen getting political?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino weighs in on Janet Yellen, the Fed and income inequality.

  4. Mounting competition between cable, streaming services

    Wall Street Journal Shalini Ramachandran on cable providers and streaming services.

  5. Markets open higher after roller-coaster week

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino explains how Ebola fears can impact the markets.

  6. Obama appoints an Ebola ‘czar’ to fight the outbreak

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, WSJ ’s James Freeman Veronica Dagher discuss the positive markets and President Obama’s newly-appointed ‘Ebola Czar.’

  7. Investors ride the stock market rally

    Wall Street Journal ’s Simon Constable discusses the rally underway on Wall Street.

  8. TV industry's pivot towards streaming platforms

    WSJ columnist Veronica Dagher, Skybridge Capital Founder Anthony Scaramucci and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes discuss TV subscriptions and the industry's turn to online streaming.

  9. Hedge funds to blame for stock selloff?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, A&G Capital CIO and President Hilary Kramer, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and TPNN.com News Director Scottie Nell Hughes discuss the wild dips in the market and whether or not hedge funds are to blame.

  10. Bullard: Fed should mull delaying QE exit

    WSJ Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath weighs in on St. Louis Fed Chief James Bullard’s remarks on QE and the Fed’s next move.

  11. Federal Reserve policy not a long-term fix for the markets, economy?

    The Wall Street Journal ’s Dan Henninger and FBN’s Charles Payne the Fed’s impact on the markets, and Ebola fears.

  12. Americans lack confidence in government’s ability to stop Ebola

    The Wall Street Journal ’s Dan Henninger on concerns about the government’s ability to deal with the Ebola crisis.

  1. Big data tracking your every move

    Wall Street Journal reporter Elizabeth Dwoskin explains how researchers are using new technology to mine data on city living.

  2. Getting ahead of Ebola in the U.S.

    Former HHS Deputy Secretary Tevi Troy and AEI resident fellow Dr. Scott Gottlieb discuss the challenges in confronting Ebola in the wake of a new study that projects the spread of the virus.

  3. A new way to invest in private equity

    ICapital Network Managing Partner Lawrence Calcano on how his company gives investors access to top performing private equity funds with as little as $100,000 in funds.

  4. President Obama becoming a liability for Democrats on the campaign trail?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on President Obama’s potential impact on the midterm elections.

  5. What Ebola does to the body

    The Wall Street Journal reporter Jason Bellini on Ebola’s impact on the body.

  6. Twitter to host first conference in four years

    Wall Street Journal reporter Yoree Koh breaks down what to expect from Twitter’s first developers conference in four years taking place on Wednesday.

  7. Advice to Yahoo’s Mayer: Go big or go home

    Wall Street Journal reporters Doug MacMillan and David Benoit with their take on Yahoo’s business model and what it would take to turn the company around.

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