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Victoria’s Secret models bolt from contracts because of pay gap

United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin and FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Liz MacDonald on home ownership hitting a 20-year low, model’s leaving Victoria’s Secret over pay and LeBron James dissing his sponsor McDonald’s.

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  1. VW Vote Loss Signals Difficulty for Unions

    Volkswagen employees' rejection of the United Auto Workers in Chattanooga, Tenn., signals that it will be difficult for unions to enter private-sector workplaces, pa...

  2. Democrat Fighting Labor Unions to Save Taxpayers Money

    Mayor Chuck Reed's 18th floor office high above San Jose California offers a down to earth view of the public pension crisis. "We have less police officers in the ci...

  3. Should Workers in Other Broke Cities be Scared?

    Detroit's historic bankruptcy will move forward after a judge ruled the broke city is eligible to shed its massive debt, and now current and former city workers are ...

  4. Detroit OK'd to Proceed with Bankruptcy Filing

    A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday ruled that Detroit could move ahead with the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, providing the city with protection f...

  5. Detroit Scraps Benefits for City Pensioners, Puts Them into ACA Exchange

    As bankruptcy hearings continue in Detroit to determine the legality of the city's historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing in July, state workers are hoping to get some...

  6. U.S. Divided on ObamaCare

    In 2009 and 2010, as the U.S. economy teetered on the precipice, President Barack Obama, to the dismay and consternation of many, spent an extraordinary amount of ti...

  7. SEC to Unveil CEO Pay Ratio Rule

    U.S. corporations will need to disclose how their chief executive's paycheck compares to that of their average worker under a proposal set to be unveiled on Wednesda...

  8. Passive fund manager Vanguard turns activist in some board votes

    Fund manager Vanguard Group Inc opposed the election of board members in a number of high-profile proxy contests this year, votes that help explain why directors at ...

  9. Wal-Mart Speaks Out on Protests

    A Wal-Mart activist group is saying that the New York Police Dept. has arrested three Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) protesters in midtown New York today.The arrests came amid ...

  10. Detroit bankruptcy judge orders mediator to handle union talks

    The federal judge presiding over Detroit's municipal bankruptcy ordered the mediator in the case to handle negotiations of collective bargaining agreements with the ...

  11. Detroit Looks to Obamacare for Pensioners' Health Care

    Detroit is hoping to lean on the Affordable Care Act to pick up its massive retiree health care tab as it tries to dig it out of bankruptcy.The Motor City is reporte...

  12. Bondholders Seek 'Balance' In Detroit

    One theory holds that the future of an insolvent city such as Detroit lies with its creditors, that is investors in municipal bonds who can help the city rebuild as ...

  1. Stossel 10/23/2014: The overlords

    How the D.C. overlords stay in power

  2. Detroit bankruptcy judge approves restructuring plan

    Lowenstein Sandler Partner Sharon Levine explains what’s at stake in Detroit’s and Stockton’s restructuring plans.

  3. DeJoria: Economy not recovering like it should, but not going down either

    Patron Spirits co-founder John Paul DeJoria on the state of the U.S. economy.

  4. Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson to sell team after racially-charged email

    Fox News national security analyst KT McFarland and The Daily Beast Senior Editor Will Rahn on Sen. Bernie Sanders’ proposed tax plan and the scandal surrounding Atlanta Hawks Owner Bruce Levenson.

  5. David Brat’s win not a win for Tea Party?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on David Brat’s win over Rep. Eric Cantor in the Virginia Republican Primary.

  6. Goldman Dodges Shareholder Battle That Dogs Rivals

    When Goldman Sachs Group Inc filed its shareholder proxy earlier this month, it was free of a proposal that has become increasingly popular among corporate governanc...

  7. Biz Groups: Overtime Expansion Means Less Jobs

    Business advocates say expanding overtime pay for millions of workers will hurt small businesses the most.

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