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Invasion of privacy by your TV?

Identity Theft 911’s Adam Levin and CyberSponse CEO Joe Loomis on the growing privacy and cyber breach risks facing consumers from everything from televisions to cars.

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  1. Ackman to Detail Herbalife's China Biz on Call

    Billionaire investor William Ackman, who has long claimed Herbalife Ltd is a fraud, on Friday said he would provide proof next month that the nutrition and weight-lo...

  2. Herbalife Scores 4Q Beat, Boosts Guidance

    Controversial nutrition company Herbalife (NYSE:HLF) beat the Street on Tuesday with a 10% jump in fourth-quarter profits and impressed shareholders by raising finan...

  3. Herbalife To Offer $1 Billion In Convertible Notes

    Herbalife Ltd. said on Monday it plans to offer $1 billion of convertible notes and use the proceeds to buy back shares. The company said the initial buyers of the n...

  4. President Obama Hits the Road on Minimum Wage

    President Barack Obama on Wednesday set out to highlight his initiatives to fight income disparity with visits to a big-box wholesaler and a steel plant a day after ...

  5. Herbalife To Address Sen. Markey's Concerns

    Herbalife Ltd. on Thursday said it will address concerns raised by Sen. Edward Markey, a Democrat from Massachusetts, questioning its business practices. "We receive...

  6. Herbalife Sells Off as U.S. Senator Calls for Probe

    Shares of Herbalife (NYSE:HLF) tumbled as much as 15% on Thursday after a U.S. Senator called on regulators to investigate the controversial nutrition company as a p...

  7. JPMorgan deal in power case was in public interest: regulator

    A $410 million settlement by JPMorgan Chase & Co of alleged manipulation in the power market served the public interest more than an uncertain legal fight to punish ...

  8. Bank Commodity Trading in Focus at Senate Hearing

    Wall Street's multibillion-dollar commodity trading operations came under the political spotlight on Tuesday as a powerful U.S. Senate committee questioned whether c...

  9. U.S. Judge Dismisses Obstruction Charge Against Former BP Executive In Deepwater Horizon Case

    A federal judge has dismissed a criminal charge against a former BP PLC (BP) executive that alleged he tried to obstruct a Congressional investigation into the Deepw...

  10. A Cheap Health-Reform Idea the Government is Ignoring

    It's a no-brainer.Let the Internet gang help the government enroll the estimated 18 million low-income uninsured for health coverage in the new state health exchange...

  11. Rep. Grimm Takes on TSA Over New Policy on Knives

    Rep. Michael Grimm, (R-NY), on efforts to block the TSA’s new rule allowing small knives on planes.

  12. Final Day: Lawmakers Scramble to Avert Cuts

    The U.S. government hurtled on Friday toward making deep spending cuts that threaten to hinder the nation's economic recovery, after Republicans and Democrats failed...

  1. Midday Market Report: 2/9/15

    McDonald's sales grow in U.S., but not so much overseas

  2. Home Depot hack latest

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the probe of Home Depot’s hack attack.

  3. Is Ackman’s Herbalife plea all emotion, no substance?

    Columbia Law School Professor John Coffee on Bill Ackman’s accusations against Herbalife.

  4. GM saga not over yet

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the latest on the GM recall.

  5. Gasparino on Ackman’s HLF documentary

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Bill Ackman’s movie.

  6. Nissan recalls more than 1M vehicles for airbag issue

    Former NHTSA official Allan Kam on Nissan’s recall and concerns about NHTSA’s record in dealing with recalls.

  7. Icahn gains three more seats on Herbalife’s board

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Jo Ling Kent, and James Freeman of the Wall Street Journal discuss Carl Icahn’s five-seats on the board and Bill Ackman’s next move.

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