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  1. Dollar General goes hostile

    David Benoit of The Wall Street Journal discusses why Dollar General is taking its offer to Family Dollar shareholders.

  2. Markets overdue for a correction?

    United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin, J. Streicher Asset Management President Todd Schoenberger and FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on the markets, Twitter’s new privacy policy and the battle between Uber and traditional taxis.

  3. The most intense relations between U.S., China since Tiananmen Square?

    The Death of Money author Jim Rickards on economic talks between China and the U.S.

  4. India’s newly elected leader said to be pro-business

    Wells Fargo Advisors senior international strategist Sameer Samana, John Odland of Oppenheimer Asset Management and Committee for Economic Development CEO Steve Stoltzfus on the impact of the elections in India.

  5. KT McFarland’s take on Ukraine, 2016 presidential election

    National security expert KT McFarland weighs in on the crisis in Ukraine and the 2016 presidential election.

  6. World Trade Picture Improves, '14 Below Trend

    The World Trade Organization slightly raised its 2014 forecast for growth in global goods trade to 4.7 percent on Monday, saying it did not expect a return to the hi...

  7. Whiskey rebellion in Tennessee?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Diageo’s push to change the year-old Tennessee whiskey law.

  8. American Cheese Makers vs. EU in Food-Name Fight

    In Connecticut, Sen. Chris Murphy is hosting the Connecticut Cheese Challenge to draw attention to European efforts to restrict American farmers’ ability to call their cheese by names like feta, parmesan and muenster.

  9. FACTBOX-Chinese investment in Brazil has tumbled since 2010

    Chinese investment in Brazil spiked in 2010 but has fallen since then, according to official data and independent studies, as executives grew frustrated with Brazil'...

  10. Deutsche Bundesbank VP: Fed Proposals on Foreign Banks Not Helpful for Supervision

    Germany's top banking supervisor urged the U.S. to abandon its insistence on forcing big foreign banks to operate through separately capitalized subsidiaries, warnin...

  11. Buba VP Says Fed Banking Proposals Not Helpful

    Germany's top banking supervisor urged the U.S. to abandon its insistence on forcing big foreign banks to operate through separately capitalized subsidiaries, warnin...

  12. New Indonesian Central Bank Chief To Focus on Inflation Amid Political Pressure

    Former Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo began a five-year term as Indonesia's central bank governor Friday, taking the reins as Southeast Asia's biggest economy fa...

  1. Tech leaders push for equality

    Tech leaders are banning together to protest Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Law. PayPal co-founder Max Levchin on leading the effort.

  2. Are candy makers making big profits off low Sugar prices?

    FBN’s Jeff Flock on the global sugar markets, the six-year low for sugar prices and regulations.

  3. Digitizing the future

    Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg discusses the future of tech and media.

  4. Corning showcases Gorilla Glass 4

    Corning Senior V.P. Jim Steiner on the toughest version yet of the company’s Gorilla Glass.

  5. How will Obama handle a GOP run congress?

    WSJ’s Dan Henninger, Forbes Political Economy Contributor Carrie Sheffield and ‘Geraldo At Large’ Host Geraldo Rivera on the economy, a GOP-controlled Congress and Geraldo’s ‘Apprentice’ debut.

  6. The EU’s problem with Google

    Wall Street Journal Reporters Simon Constable and Rolfe Winkler discuss the EU’s proposal to unbundle search engines which could cause Google to break up.

  7. Rep. Paul Ryan: We want low tax rates for all American businesses

    House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan and FOX Business contributor Jon Hilsenrath explains why it has been so difficult to implement new tax policy.

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