Howard Lindzon, co-founder of StockTwits, on the new way stock brokers are talking shop.
We break down BP's executive changes and how the new positions will impact the company's performance.
Will lawmakers head back to the drawing board over financial reform?
Criminal Defense Attorney Randy Zelin on how Madoff's sentence is equivalent to 17 homicides.
Author Aaron Klein weighs on whether Ron Bloom has ties to Israeli socialist groups.
The Happy Hour crew breaks down the latest news surrounding the organization.
Eric breaks down where the markets stand a year after the financial meltdown.
Heidi Krauel and Jeremy Newberger on 'The New Recruits', a film on the positive things brought about by capitalism.
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Monica Crowley discusses the state of health-care reform.
We break down what consumers are expecting from back-to-school sales, and what will keep you going the rest of the summer.
We break down the future of consumer privacy.
We break down whether the auto maker's IPO will bring it back to prosperity.
Professor James Galbraith on his concerns about the economic turnaround.
We break down whether the unemployed should be looking to Wall Street for a career.
We break down whether the current economic crisis can be blamed currency volatility.economy,
Kevin Rudolf talks about how he knew he really made it as a musician.
We break down the impact of George Steinbrenner, in and out of baseball.
Clayton Morris, co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend, on the tech giant's reaction to the fallout over problems with the iPhone 4.
We break down whether pay czar Kenneth Feinberg will get banks to return bonuses handed out in 2008.