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Pyne: This to be the most watched Super Bowl ever

Former IMG Sports and Entertainment President George Pyne on the expected NFL’s Super Bowl viewership numbers and sports.

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  1. NFL coaches who lost their jobs this season

    Former NFL Quarterback Joe Theismann and FOX Sports One Correspondent Peter Schrager discuss which NFL coaches have been fired this post-season and what it means for each team’s program and owners.

  2. Shaken, not stirred: James Bond goes back to vodka roots

    Barron’s Senior Editor Jack Hough and Heather Thomson of The Real Housewives of New York City discuss how Google is competing with Amazon by adding a ‘buy’ button, the super bug at the Olympics and James Bonds’ partnership with Belvedere Vodka.

  3. Simplifying credit card debt reduction

    Payoff CEO Scott Saunders on how his company helps users reduce credit card debt and weighs in on Lending Club’s IPO.

  4. OpenWorks continues growth with new franchises

    FBN’s Charles Payne on the success of Eric Roudi’s commercial-cleaning business OpenWorks.

  5. AOL CEO talks growth

    AOL CEO Tim Armstrong discusses company growth projections for 2015.

  6. Religious group plans to bring McDonald’s to church

    Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl weigh in on Allison Williams, rodeos, a study about dogs understanding human words, and a religious group’s plan to bringing McDonald’s to a church.

  7. Cooking up 50K turkeys

    Golden Corral Franchises SVP Bob McDevitt on why the chain stays open on Thanksgiving.

  8. Mockingjay rakes in $123M in opening weekend

    FOX News Contributor Kevin McCarthy breaks down the weekend box office numbers and his outlook for Thanksgiving weekend ticket sales.

  9. Army veteran gives back to other vets with growing business

    FBN’s Charles Payne on how Army veteran Jerry Flanagan’s business J Dog Junk Removal helps other vets.

  10. Army veteran gives back to other vets with growing business

    FBN’s Charles Payne on how Army veteran Jerry Flanagan’s business J Dog Junk Removal helps other vets.

  11. Producer Andy Cohen on ‘The Real Housewives’, new book

    Bravo Executive Producer and Host Andy Cohen on producing ‘The Real Housewives’ and his new book ‘The Andy Cohen Diaries.’

  12. Fruit for troops: Edible Arrangements partners with U.S. veterans

    Edible Arrangements Founder and CEO Tariq Farid discusses the company’s partnership with Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

  1. Billionaire boosts stake and control in NYT

    Keep.com Founder & CEO Scott Kurnit on billonaire Carlos Slim upping his NYT stake and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ new plans for Amazon.

  2. France sends aircraft carrier to join fight against ISIS

    FNC military analyst Maj. Gen. Robert Scales on France taking a tougher stance on terrorism and the Obama Administration not referring to ‘radical Islam’ after to the Paris attacks.

  3. Earning Season: Big Banks earnings report expectations

    Leeb Group Research Chairman Stephen Leeb, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on the financial sector and this week’s big banks' financial earning reports.

  4. Why is the quality of jobs created dwindling?

    Sergio’s Family Restaurant CEO Carlos Gazitu, 42 Holdings CEO Stephen Bienko and Mansfield Energy President Dough Haugh on the U.S. jobs report, quality of jobs being filled and the decline in wages.

  5. Movie attendance nosedives

    Fox News Contributor Kevin McCarthy discusses 2014 movie attendance and box office busts.

  6. Should someone be ok working minimum wage their whole life?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, consumer expert Regina Lewis, psychologist Dr. Robi Ludwig, FOX News Radio’s Todd Starnes, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the minimum wage.

  7. Will minimum wage hikes cost jobs?

    Democratic strategist Jessica Ehrlich and National Review reporter Katherine Timpf debate the impact of a minimum wage increase.

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