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BlackBerry’s new smartphone too little too late?

Advantage Payroll Services President Rob Basso, Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath Manning and FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Tracy Byrnes on Federal Reserve policy and BlackBerry’s new smartphone, the ‘Classic.’

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  1. Washington calls out Uber

    Wall Street Journal Reporter Doug MacMillan on Sen. Al Franken’s, (D-Minn.), concerns over Uber’s privacy policy.

  2. Will peer-to-peer lending replace banks?

    Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital Markets and CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy on the peer-to-peer lenders trying to take market share.

  3. Debate: Harder for men or women to get a job?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, small business expert Susan Solovic, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the shifting demographics in the job market.

  4. Can the U.S. prevent lone-wolf attacks?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, “Outnumbered” Co-Host Jedediah Bila, Former NYPD Hostage Negotiator Sal Lifrieri and Former NYPD Detective Investiogator Tom Ruskin discuss how the U.S. can heighten awareness and prevent lone-wolf attacks.

  5. Mindbody ranked top 10 best places to work

    Mindbody Co-Founder & CEO Rick Stollmeyer discusses his company’s core values and being rated one of the top places to work for employees.

  6. Angel investor on Uber’s speedbumps

    Red Swan Ventures Founder Andy Dunn discusses Uber’s latest brush with bad PR and also discusses how to protect your information.

  7. What is bringing the Dow to historic lows?

    Belus Capital Advisors CEO Brian Sozzi, ProfitableTrading.com’s Jared Levy and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on why the Dow and oil markets are hitting record lows.

  8. Will Sony executives lose their jobs over trash talking emails?

    Belus Capital Advisors CEO Brian Sozzi, ProfitableTrading.com’s Jared Levy and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on Sony executive’s emails, cyber security and video game sales.

  9. Christie’s big bet on its private sales business

    FBN’s Seana Smith talks to Christie’s Americas Chairman Marc Porter about the auction house’s growing private sales business.

  10. Is Apple hoarding iPhone’s?

    Former Apple CEO John Sculley discusses his outlook for Apple.

  11. 3D tech helps improve body armor for female soldiers

    Body Labs CEO Bill O’Farrell on the company, its partnership with the U.S. Army and how it uses 3D technology to improve body armor for female soldiers.

  12. Elevator Pitch: Would you invest in Culinary Agents?

    Shankman Honig Partner Peter Shankman, Flybridge Capital Partners General Partner Matt Witheiler and Jack Hidary of Agent 99 weigh in on startup Culinary Agents in front of CEO Alice Cheng.

  1. Oracle 2Q earnings top estimates

    Earnings HQ: FBN’s Cheryl Casone breaks down ORCL’s second-quarter earnings report.

  2. BlackBerry launches new smartphone

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent weighs in on The BlackBerry Classic, the company’s newest smartphone.

  3. Morning Business Outlook: 12/17/14

    Hackers want to cancel 'The Interview'

  4. BlackBerry CEO on BlackBerry Classic: I’m committed to security

    BlackBerry CEO John Chen on the company’s new smartphone and how his devotion to security.

  5. Neil’s Spiel: White House priorities misplaced?

    Former Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli and FBN’s Neil Cavuto discuss the White House’s focus on grand jury decisions and silence on Sony’s major hack attack, the national debt and other key issues.

  6. Google planning to taking on Amazon with ‘buy now’ button

    Kantar Retail head of Research Bryan Gildenberg on Google’s plan to take on Amazon in the ecommerce sector.

  7. Zerve banks on helping people stay busy

    Zerve Founder Scott Newman on building a platform that helps people and businesses find out what to do.

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