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Would Scottish independence rock U.S. markets?

Heritage Foundation’s Nile Gardiner on Scotland’s independence vote and the potential impact on U.S. financial markets.

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  1. Women Still Not Landing Top Jobs in Corporate America

    The highly publicized firing of Carol Bartz by the Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) board and the departure of Sallie Krawcheck at Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) in recent weeks is t...

  2. Geithner to EU Ministers: Speak as One

    Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told EU finance ministers on Friday they should end loose talk about a euro zone break-up and work more closely with the European...

  3. Dismal Summer for Teen Jobs May Scar Young Americans

    Teenagers hung out on street corners and on the steps of boarded-up buildings in impoverished downtown Newburgh one blisteringly hot August day this year.With the ec...

  4. Even Gold Sales Would not Solve Europe's Debt Troubles

    Europe's most indebted nations are under heavy pressure from their richer neighbours to sort out their finances, but they are unlikely to mimic the impoverished gent...

  5. Report: FBI Probes 9/11 Hacking Claims at News Corp.

    News Corp .’s (NASDAQ:NWSA) hacking headache appears to be growing as the FBI has reportedly launched a probe into allegations the media giant’s British operations h...

  6. Political Pressure Kills News Corp.'s BSkyB Takeover Effort

    Rupert Murdoch ’s News Corp . (NASDAQ:NWSA) abandoned on Wednesday its effort to acquire the remainder of British satellite TV provider BSkyB it doesn’t already own ...

  7. British Parliament Aims to Kill News Corp.'s Sky Bid

    Summoning a degree of national unity rarely seen outside times of war, Britain's parliament will tell Rupert Murdoch on Wednesday to drop an expansion plan for his m...

  8. Embattled News Corp. Unveils $5 Billion Buyback Plan

    Reeling from a tabloid hacking scandal in the U.K., Rupert Murdoch ’s News Corp . (NASDAQ:NWSA) attempted to soothe shareholders on Tuesday by boosting its stock buy...

  9. Former U.K. PM Brown Says News International Worked With Criminals

    Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Tuesday accused Rupert Murdoch's News International media group of using criminals to illegally obtain information abou...

  10. Could Murdoch deputy Hinton take the fall?

    By Kate Holton and Jennifer SabaLONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Les Hinton was adamant. Asked in 2007 by a British parliamentary committee whether the News of the World ...

  11. Analysis: News Corp scandal biggest challenge so far for Cameron

    By Jodie GinsbergLONDON (Reuters) - He has faced criticism over threats to impose a U.S.-style healthcare system, plans to reduce sentences for rapists, and proposed...

  12. King: Weiner Should Resign

    Rep. Peter King, (R-NY), discusses whether his fellow Congressman should leave his position.

  1. Do Tax Hikes on the Wealthy Actually Raise Government Revenue?

    FBN’s Gerri Willis on the White House push to raise taxes on the rich.

  2. UK's Osborne To Announce Private-Public Financing Model Overhaul

    U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne will announce Wednesday a fundamental overhaul of a controversial financing model that uses private investment to fun...

  3. UK's Labour to impose "real" bank split if elected: Miliband

    Britain's Labour opposition leader launched an offensive against banks on Sunday ahead of his party's annual conference, promising a "real separation" of retail and ...

  4. BoE's Tucker to Testify on Libor Scandal

    A row about how much top British politicians and officials knew about interest rate rigging will intensify on Monday as the man tipped to be the next Bank of England...

  5. Murdoch Defends News Practices in London

    FBN’s Robert Gray with details from the questioning of News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch.

  6. Apple Shares Jump in Pre-Market Following Earnings

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.

  7. Global Stocks Looking to Rebound From Monday’s Losses

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.

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