The Car Coach Lauren Fix on the concerns about Tesla’s outlook.
FBN’s Adam Shapiro has California Governor Jerry Brown’s response to allegations that California is bad for business.
Arizona Commerce Authority CEO Sandra Watson discusses the recruiting office in California that encourages companies to move to Arizona.
Former Republican Presidential Candidate Jon Huntsman, Jr., on the benefits of Texas’ economic environment for businesses.
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Dice Holdings CEO Scot Melland on the ripple effect of defense cuts.
WSJ editorial writer Allysia Finley on migration out of California due to tax increases.
Professional poker player Matt Matros on the similarity between politicians in the debt ceiling debate and players in a poker game.
Tom Del Beccacaro, chairman of the Republican Party in California, on the state’s new tax hikes and what’s ahead for the state in 2013.
Bob Auwaerter of Vanguard on how the bond market is reacting to talks on the fiscal cliff.
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Mark Hatch, TechShop CEO, on the Jobs Act and why the SEC is holding back job creation due to over regulation.
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The Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore and Adverseevents CEO Brian Overstreet on California’s effort to get back millions in tax breaks from small businesses.
Former California Assemblyman Chuck DeVore compares the tax structure of the two states.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom on what is needed to make the state more business friendly.
Arizona Commerce Authority CEO Sandra Watson on the factors drawing businesses to Arizona from states such as California.
FBN’s Adam Shapiro speaks with Arizona governor Jan Brewer on why she believes Arizona is more business-friendly than California.