On September 28th, Amazon (AMZN) unveiled its long-awaited tablet PC, the "Kindle Fire" with the price tag of $199.
Kingdom Holding Company Chairman HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal discusses global-growth concerns, market volatility and where he is investing now.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Moody’s downgrade of Russia’s debt rating, Ebola, and Sandisk’s effort to keep up with Apple’s rising demand for flash memory.
Amazon hiring 80,000 workers to help with the holidays
Tech Time USA host Jennifer Jolly raises concerns over bending and battery life issues with the iPad Air 2.
FNC’s Clayton Morris weighs in on new video features in the iPad Air 2 and says the biggest wow factor from the event was the unveiling of the 27-inch iMac with retina 5K display.
SAP AG CEO Bill McDermott discusses the European economy, his outlook for growth at SAP in wake of acquiring Concur Technologies, and his new book, ‘Winners Dream’.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent, Wall Street Journal reporter Shira Ovide and Harpervision President Greg Harper discuss the newly unveiled, super-slim iPad Air 2, its new features and security concerns over Watchkit and Apple Pay.
FNC’s Clayton Morris on Apple’s latest tablets and HBO’s plans for a streaming service.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Amazon ’s plans to hire 80,000 seasonal workers.
Political analyst Carl Jeffers weighs in on the CDC’s handling of the Ebola virus and President Obama’s strategy against ISIS.
Wedbush Securities Managing Director Gil Luria on the outlook for Alibaba.
Betterment CEO Jon Stein on his company’s ‘robo-investing’ strategy that gives customers 4.3% higher returns on average than a do it yourself investor.
LightSpeed Venture Partners Jeremy Liew on Google’s plan to battle Amazon ’s dominating presence in the e-commerce market.
The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on haunted buildings in New York City, ‘Homeland’, Monica Lewinsky and Joan Rivers.
Scranton Financial Group CEO David Scranton and financial adviser Alan Haft on the outlook for stocks.
Tom’s Guide Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer and Avondale Partners senior analyst John Bright on Apple’s fourth-quarter results and outlook.
Contently Editor-in-Chief Joe Lazauskas and Identity Theft 911 founder Adam Levin on Apple Pay’s impact on the future of mobile payments.
Former New York Times Digital Chief Martin Nisenholtz on Yahoo’s turnaround plan, Apple Pay and Twitter’s developers conference.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the launch of Apple Pay and how it works inside stores.
FBN’s Charles Payne on DroneCast’s teen founder Raj Singh.