Shopper's Market: How a number you know so little about can reveal so much about you
LendingTree CEO Doug Lebda on the peer-to-peer credit check and loan application website.
Kantar Retail chief Knowledge Officer Bryan Gildenberg on Costco’s handling of a fruit recall and Target sending data breach victims to Experian which faced its own breach.
Attorney Ann Margaret Carozza on the potential pitfalls of cosigning a loan.
Bluerun Ventures operating partner Cheryl Cheng talks digital advertising and investments.
WSJ.com’s Wealth Advisor Veronica Dagher on the financial issues faced in marriage.
Bryant Group Companies founder John Hope Bryant argues the poor can save capitalism.
Third Federal Savings and Loan CEO Marc Stefanski, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Mendon Capital Advisors CIO Anton Schutz on the state of lending and the housing market.
Author Brad Thor on the UFC and his latest book ‘Act of War.’
Zillow chief economist Stan Humphries and professor of finance at the Wharton School of Business Susan Wachter discuss the real-estate market.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin on his new venture for instant credit to online shoppers.
IdentityTheft911 co-founder Adam Levin on Transunion ’s tool to help consumers fight fraud.
Former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros on the housing market and Hillary Clinton’s potential 2016 Presidential run.
Experian CEO Craig Boundy on improving the accuracy and privacy of credit reporting.
Fortalice Solutions CEO Theresa Payton and Experian Data Breach Resolution VP Michael Bruemmer discuss the Home Depot hacking and how to protect against cyber theft.
National Republican fundraiser Noelle Nikpour, Center for American Progress’ Emily Tisch Sussman and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the future of Atlantic City and banks’ concerns about lending.
FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.
Deutsche Bank senior U.S. economist Carl Riccadonna explains the impact hacking has on businesses and consumers.
FBN’s Ashley Webster breaks down the day in the market.
CreditSesame.com’s John Ulzheimer on FICO changing how credit scores are calculated.