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Oil prices hits 18-month low

Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, oil prices, the protests in Hong Kong, and the environmentally - friendly plant-based meat of the future.

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  1. Bachelor of no jobs?

    FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers, LandColt Capital managing partner Todd Schoenberger and James Freeman of The Wall Street Journal on liberal arts degrees and the lack of jobs.

  2. Proofreading your real-estate listing can go a long way

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone breaks down the survey that revealed listings written with correct grammar sell faster.

  3. Companies going green

    Barron’s Jack Hough and retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar on companies making the decision to go environmentally friendly .

  4. Do 'Bag Bans' Tick Off Consumers?

    In cities nationwide, customers' answer to the question of paper or plastic at check-out could cost them.   The plastic bag fee movement is picking up momentum natio...

  5. Will Plastic Bag Fees Hurt Small Business?

    On Wednesday, the city of Dallas passed a 5-cent fee on plastic bags, and city council members in New York City introduced a proposal that would place a 10-cent fee on such bags.  Here’s what small business groups had to say about the proposals.

  6. Dig Industrial Stocks in an Improving Economy?

    Producing concrete, construction equipment and rock salt sounds mundane. But investing in these companies can cement gains for investors who can stomach cyclical sto...

  7. Hired!

    We found something today that surprised us in our search for jobs: a company with an average annual salary of $100,000. The name will surprise you. Also this week, j...

  8. Social Conscience Key to Attracting Young Consumers

    Businesses trying to attract younger consumers should spend time promoting their socially responsible ways, new research shows.

  9. An Entrepreneur Obsessed With Clothes That Make the World a Better Place

    Here's an inside look at the creative mind behind PACT, a San Francisco-based socially-conscious clothing company that wants customers to change the world for the better with the clothes on their back.

  10. Ford to Build Another 200 Electric Charging Stations

    In an attempt to feed growing demand for electric vehicles, Ford (NYSE:F) announced Monday plans to build charging stations at virtually every one of its facilities ...

  11. How to Spot Money Wasters in Your Home

    If you receive huge heating bills in the winter, and you're spending big money on your water bill every month, chances are you can cut your costs by making simple ad...

  12. French court suspends ban on sales of Daimler cars

    France's top administrative court issued a temporary injunction on Tuesday suspending a government ban on sales of some Daimler cars in France in a row over coolant ...

  1. U.S. oil creating problems for farmers?

    Farmer Duane Dahlman on the railroad congestion due to increased oil production in the U.S.

  2. Stossel 09/11/2014: Combating terror

    Now, 13 years after 9/11, are we fighting terror effectively?

  3. Can clean coal technology revitalize the coal industry?

    FBN’s Jeff Flock on clean coal technology and the U.S. energy industry.

  4. Rising demand for beef contributing to climate change?

    Agricultural economics professor Jayson Lusk on the impacts of cattle industry and modern agriculture on the environment.

  5. The $250 3D printer

    New Matter CEO Steve Schell displays the company’s new $250 ‘Mod-T’ 3D printer.

  6. Toyota considers building hover car

    FOX News auto expert Gary Gastelu on Toyota looking into the production of cars that hover just above the road and cars made from ketchup.

  7. Companies trying to pose as socially conscious?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on socially conscious messages companies such as Levi Strauss and Starbucks are trying to convey.

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