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Hollywood wrapping up a lackluster year

In Touch Weekly Senior Editor Kim Serafin on the movies finishing out the year at the movie theaters and a preview of the movies to watch for in 2015.

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  1. Helping investors evaluate their money manager

    GuardVest co-founder Audie Apple on how the company helps investors evaluate how their money managers are doing.

  2. North Korean hacker victory?

    Mediatech Capital Managing Partner Porter Bibb and Writers Guild of America Executive Director Lowell Peterson discuss the fallout of Sony’s decision to pull ‘The Interview.’

  3. Sony hackers’ threats against theaters hurting stocks?

    Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith, FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and SFG Alternatives CIO Larry Shover on the Sony hacker threats and Google’s top searches of the year.

  4. TV is now everywhere

    Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit on NBC launching live streaming ,Google testing a ‘buy’ button, and the ex-Sony employees lawsuit.

  5. Exploring e-commerce and content

    Thrillist Media Group Founder Ben Lerer discusses the state of the e-commerce industry.

  6. Ways to make your WI-FI faster

    Former Google Tech Manager Sarah Cooper offers tips for getting faster WI-FI.

  7. Sony hacking people releasing stolen emails?

    Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg weighs in on Sony’s leaked emails and CollegeHumor.com going up for sale.

  8. CBS: If no deal, CBS-owned stations go black with Dish

    FBN’s Lauren Simonetti explains why CBS will go black if Dish can’t reach a deal they like.

  9. What stocks should you stay away from?

    Belpointe Chief Strategist David Nelson discusses Netflix and Tesla stocks.

  10. Is Amazon worth the investment?

    A&G Capital President and CIO Hilary Kramer, FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Pento Portfolio Strategies Founder Mike Pento discuss Amazon’s value and investing in content producers.

  11. The future of magazines

    MediaTech Capital Partners Managing Partner Porter Bibb discusses the future of magazines, linear TV and ‘Next Issue’.

  12. Nielsen: Traditional TV dips

    WSJ’S Scott Austin weighs in on the trend towards video streaming vs. traditional TV viewership.

  1. Sony pushing 'The Interview' to theaters on Christmas Day

    'In the Foxlight' Host Michael Tammero discuses Sony’s mishandling of 'The Interview' release and the theaters showing the movie on Christmas.

  2. Dish backs out of Sony deal to release ‘The Interview’

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro, Greywolf Executive Partners’ Mark Newton and Raymond James & Associates Managing Director Jeff Saut discuss Sony’s decision the pull ‘The Interview,’ ways to push the film and where to invest.

  3. Tech rewind: Disruptors ruled in 2014

    In 2014, tech heavyweights picked fights, formed alliances and hackers kept at it — here are the year’s biggest headlines in the tech space.

  4. Tech rewind: Disruptors ruled in 2014

    In 2014, tech heavyweights picked fights, formed alliances and hackers kept at it — here are the year’s biggest headlines in the tech space.

  5. Fast food and fast profits

    FBN’s Charles Payne, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, Seventh Capital Managing Partner Monica Mehta, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, GMG Defensive Beta Fund Co-Portfolio Manager Oliver Pursche, retail analyst Hitha Herzog on how investors can gain from consumers spending more at restaurants.

  6. George Clooney sounds off on ‘Interview’ cancellation

    MRY CEO Matt Britton, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Jones Trading Chief Market Strategist Mike O’Rourke give insight into Sony’s hack attack and their decision to pull ‘The Interview.

  7. Cancelling ‘The Interview’ a cowardly move by Sony?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, retail analyst Hitha Herzog, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney and Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes on the fallout from the Sony hacking and the cyber security stocks to watch.

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