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Fed’s Fisher on the economy

Dallas Federal Reserve Bank president Richard Fisher on his decision to dissent, the Texas economy and monetary policy.

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  1. Consumer Reports’ Best Cars for 2013

    Consumer Reports Autos Managing Editor Jon Linkov on this year’s best cars for consumers.

  2. Impact of Alleged Steroid Scandal on MLB’s Image

    Fox Sports Radio host Rob Dibble on reports of steroid use in Major League Baseball.

  3. Bissinger: I Believed Armstrong Was a Hero

    Author Buzz Bissinger on the confession of the famed cyclist.

  4. MLB’s Stricter Drug Testing

    FOX Sports Radio host Rob Dibble on the reasons behind Major League Baseball’s new drug testing requirements.

  5. D.C. Must Enact Gun Control Now

    A new poll of 602 adults shows that 54% back tougher gun control laws, with 52% supporting a ban on semiautomatic handguns and 59% favoring a ban on ammunition clips...

  6. Chrysler Workers Fired for Drinking on the Job Return to Work

    “State of the Unions” author Phil Dine on Chrysler workers who were fired for drinking and smoking on the job returning to work through an arbitration process.

  7. This Reporter is No Dope

    To whom it may concern: Chris Walsh is a talented business journalist who does not smoke pot. If you give Mr. Walsh a pre-employment drug test, the only thing you wi...

  8. Nike Drops Armstrong

    SB Nation senior correspondent Amy K. Nelson on Lance Armstrong's image and its impact on sponsorship.

  9. Lance Armstrong Ends Challenge to Illegal Doping Charges

    Bicycling Magazine Editor-in-Chief Peter Flax and FOX Sports Radio host John “J.T. The Brick” Tournour on cyclist Lance Armstrong’s decision to stop fighting the charges of illegal doping.

  10. Lance Armstrong Stripped of Titles, What’s Next?

    Michael Ozanian, Forbes managing editor, on Lance Armstrong being stripped of his titles due to a doping scandal, and how this will impact his Livestrong Foundation and sponsorship deals.

  11. USADA Looks to Strip Armstrong of Tour de France Titles

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro on Lance Armstrong’s decision to stop fighting the case into doping allegations.

  12. Bristol to Take $1.8B Charge After Scrapping Hepatitis-C Drug Test

    Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY) said on Friday it will take a pre-tax charge of $1.8 billion in the third quarter related to the scrapping of a highly-anticipated he...

  1. Did Roger Goodell drop the ball with managing the Ray Rice scandal?

    Sports attorney Irwin Raij, FBN’s Sandra Smith on player behavior in the NFL, Roger Goodell and the Ray Rice scandal.

  2. Backlash over J. Crew’s super small sizes

    Meritas Advisors Principal Lenore Hawkins, CapitalistPig Asset Management’s Jonathan Hoenig and Concerned Veterans for America’s Jessie Jane Duff on the controversy over J. Crew’s triple-0 sizing and the lawsuit against Wal-Mart over Tracy Morgan’s accident.

  3. Washington eyes crude oil export ban

    First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury, FBN’s Rich Edson, and Phil Flynn of The Price Futures Group on the fight in Washington over permits for natural gas exports.

  4. 5 Tips for Finding the Right Nanny

    Hiring a nanny is an important decision that requires a lot of research and planning. After all, your child's safety and development is at stake."There are a lot of ...

  5. Exclusive: Activist investor sends Alere letter calling for unit sales

    An activist investor who has been campaigning for change at Alere Inc sent the company a letter on Monday calling for the health diagnostics and services company to ...

  6. Pilots in Indonesia Crash Pass Initial Drug Test

    The pilot and co-pilot of the Lion Air passenger plane that crashed at Bali's airport passed their initial drug tests, authorities said Sunday, as investigators cont...

  7. Why Aren't You Landing a Job?

    Financial analyst Vera Gibbons breaks down why prospective employers aren’t hiring.

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