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Uber unlikely to pick a lead underwriter if it goes public?

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on why Uber may follow in Alibaba’s footsteps and not pick a lead underwriter if it goes public.

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  1. $3.6B in Sandy aid still unspent?

    Springboard Media Strategies President Ron Meyer on the government’s handling of Superstorm Sandy aid.

  2. Caesars CEO: Seeing a turnaround in visits

    Caesars Entertainment CEO Gary Loveman on politics, the state of the gaming industry in Las Vegas, the minimum wage debate and online gaming.

  3. Varney: Europe is President Obama’s vision of the future

    FBN’s Stuart Varney on President Obama’s social and economic policies.

  4. Eight Companies that Owe Employees a Raise

    While CEOs of companies with the strongest financial results are usually paid hundreds of millions of dollars, rank and file employees at these corporations are ofte...

  5. Small Business Owners Sounding Off on Government Website

    The House Small Business Committee launched a new web site Thursday aimed at giving small businesses a chance to communicate what impact proposed regulations could have on their business.

  6. Steve Forbes on the Economy, Presidential Election

    Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes discusses the presidential campaign and economy.

  7. Obama Campaign’s Spending Spree Not Helping in Polls?

    Former President George W. Bush White House Aide Dee Dee Benkie on the close Presidential race despite the big spending by the Obama campaign.

  8. Thousands File Claims Seeking Compensation After Chevron Fire

    Mark Lanier of the Lanier Law Firm on whether people impacted by the Chevron fire have grounds for a class-action lawsuit.

  9. Taxing the Rich: Good Politics, Bad Economics

    FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the president’s push for higher taxes on the country’s top earners.

  10. Obama’s Next Bailout: Student Loan Debt

    FBN’s Gerri Willis on why Obama’s effort to make student loans easier may actually hurt college students.

  11. Is Obama’s Waiving of Welfare Work Requirement Illegal?

    Heritage Foundation Senior Research Fellow Robert Rector on Obama’s effort to roll back welfare reform.

  12. American Express, Facebook Giving Businesses Another 'Big Break'

    American Express and Facebook announced this week their second-annual "Big Break for Small Business" contest.The companies said this year the contest will not only g...

  1. How will Wall Street change this bonus season?

    Fox Business Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino explains how Wall Street is becoming socialist during bonus season.

  2. Socialism on Wall Street?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino explains why Wall Street is seemingly taking a cue from Occupy Wall Street and spreading their bonuses around the office pool.

  3. Top taxpayers receive less from government

    Mendon Capital Advisors President Anton Schutz and The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel weigh in on the latest CBO report, taxes and the U.S. and global economies.

  4. Stossel 10/09/2014: Spread the wealth

    Is this common political demand the best way to end poverty?

  5. Does redistribution of wealth ease income inequality?

    FBN’s John Stossel discusses income inequality in the U.S. and the rise in food stamps.

  6. Rep. Ryan takes on the concept of redistributing income to fix poverty

    Web Exclusive: Congressman Paul Ryan says government can’t fix poverty by redistributing income. More from “ Spread the Wealth ” Thursday at 9pm ET on FOX Business.

  7. Wage rage: Restaurant says goodbye to tips

    Packhouse general manager Kurt Stephens on his way of combating the minimum wage hike by increasing wages and cutting tips.

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