FBN's Cheryl Casone breaks down mid-afternoon market news.
Rep. Peter Welch and Rep. Tom Graves share their thoughts on the Internet sales tax , and whether it will pass through the House.
Rep. Scott Garrett on looking into congressional action on the markets
Mycorporation.com CEO Deborah Sweeney argues small business can't afford the Internet sales tax .
Daniel Yagoudaief, CEO and Co-founder at Moxy Media Inc, Jackie Morgan, Founder of S.I.N.N. (Sell It Now New York), Dick Leinenkugel, The Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company
Senate passes the Marketplace Fairness Act , which would give states the power to force online businesses to collect sales taxes. How much might it cost a business to comply?
FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on concerns over the potential impact of an Internet sales tax .
Former Reagan economic advisor Art Laffer on collecting sales taxes for purchases made over the Internet.
FBN's Rich Edson on the internet sales tax bill .
Brownie Points Founder Lisa King argues she has benefited richly from not charging shoppers a sales tax and the implantation would hamper business.
FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.
Crowd Supply President Lou Doctor and Brumby Chair Company President Anna Brumby on the potential Internet sales tax .
Former Overstock.com President Jonathan Johnson on the potential Internet sales tax law.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it won't hear Amazon.com's (NASDAQ: AMZN) legal challenge to a state law that requires online retailers to collect sales taxes ...
Challenger faces contentious bid for GOP nomination
Canaccord Genuity senior retail analyst Laura Champine on the rise in retail sales and the retail stocks to watch.
Sarika Doshi of Rank and Style on how the website is changing the way consumers shop online
Celebrity entrepreneur takes on the 'work-life balance', the New York Golf Center is one small business facing the increasing costs of healthcare, and a small business changing how consumers shop online
FBN’s Liz MacDonald reports that states are already banking on a future $24 billion in online sales tax money.