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Can the economy sustain a $10.10 minimum wage?

Economist Peter Morici , Thematic Growth portfolio manager Chris Versace and FBN’s Charlie Gasparino weigh in on the minimum wage war in the U.S.

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  1. White House: No Magic Solution to Gas Prices

    FBN's Rich Edson on what can be expected from President Obama's upcoming address on energy and oil pricing.

  2. Obama Unveils Plan to Cut Corporate Tax Rate

    Deputy National Economic Council Director Jason Furman on Obama’s plan to lower the corporate tax rate and how it will contribute to deficit reduction.

  3. Obama to Name Sperling New Economic Adviser

    President Barack Obama , retooling his economic team to boost sluggish U.S. growth and tackle emboldened Republicans, will on Friday name Gene Sperling as the new he...

  4. Borders Looks to Restructure Debt

    FBN's Connell McShane on the retailer's talks with Wall Street advisors to restructure its debt.

  5. Robust Holiday Shopping Season for Retailers

    FBN's Robert Gray on the rise in sales for retailers during the holiday season.

  6. Obama to Pick New Economist Next Month

    FBN's Robert Gray on the potential candidates to replace Larry Summers.

  7. 7K Flights Canceled as Storm Costs Rise

    FBN's Robert Gray on the snowstorm's impact on airports along the east coast.

  8. SCENARIOS-Obama staff changes may signal fresh start

    By Caren BohanWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The exit of top aide RahmEmanuel and other staff changes give President Barack Obama achance to signal a fresh start as he tries...

  9. US STOCKS-Dow, S&P edge up on data; RIM pressures Nasdaq

    * Consumer confidence, Case Shiller better than expected * Midwest business activity registers an August slowdown * Monsanto off after outlook, RIM falls on analyst ...

  10. Fixing America: Health Reform « Emac's Stock Watch

    January 26, 2010 10:18 AM UTC by Elizabeth MacDonaldFixing America: Health ReformSecond in a three-part series on Fixing AmericaHealth reform is not dead. There are ...

  11. Fixing America: Health Reform

    January 26, 2010 10:18 AM Fixing America: Health Reformby Elizabeth MacDonaldSelect rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yetComments »Second in a three-part ...

  12. Obama's Changing Economic Policy

    Rolling Stones' Matt Taibbi on how Obama's economic policies during his campaign changed once elected.

  1. Will New Jersey's Federal Minimum Wage Hike Spread Nationwide?

    New Jersey residents voted overwhelmingly to raise the state's hourly minimum wage to $8.25 Tuesday with annual cost-of-living increases. While the increase is $1 mo...

  2. Shutdown To Cut Oct. Jobs By 125,000: White House

    The shutdown of the federal government and debt limit brinkmanship will trip job growth in October by 125,000 jobs and subtract 0.25 percentage points from fourth qu...

  3. Obama aide: jobless claims jump likely shows shutdown effect

    A surge in U.S. jobless claims in the latest week suggests the government shutdown and worries about a debt default are already hurting the American economy, White H...

  4. Obama to name Furman as Chief Economist

    President Barack Obama on Monday will nominate longtime adviser Jason Furman to be his new chief White House economist, an administration official said.Furman, who w...

  5. Obama to Tap Furman as Next Top Econ Adviser

    President Barack Obama's chief economist, Alan Krueger, is leaving the White House and will be replaced by another top aide, Jason Furman, as chair of the White Hous...

  6. Jason Furman To Be Obama's Top Economist: Reports

    Jason Furman, the deputy director of President Barack Obama's National Economic Council, will become the next chairman of the White House Council of Economic Adviser...

  7. Debunking the Buffett Rule

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on what the top earners actually pay in taxes and what this means for the Administration’s calls for Americans to pay their fair share.

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