Wed Sep 17, 2014
Bulltick Capital Markets research director Kathryn Rooney Vera breaks down how the Fed could impact the emerging markets.
Morgan Creek Capital Management CIO Mark Yusko on why his company has invested in Alibaba since 2012.
Telis Demos of The Wall Street Journal and Convergex Group chief market strategist Nick Colas discuss their outlook for Alibaba’s first day of trading.
FBN’s Adam Shapiro breaks down how CalPERS exit from hedge funds impacts other states.
Wall Street Journal reporter David Benoit on the activist campaign to break up chemical giant DuPont.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on growing fears of a run on banks if Scotland votes for independence.
Zero to One author Peter Thiel explains where tech-sector growth is, and privacy concerns.
Zero to One author Peter Thiel talks entrepreneurship, innovation at Apple and his outlook for Alibaba.
John Browne of Euro Pacific Capital discusses Scotland’s vote for independence.
New York Attorney General Candidate John Cahill and Former Governor George Pataki discuss regulation and the New York attorney general race.
The Independents panel on favorite sports teams and comic book superheroes.
Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber and Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds CEO Michael Cuggino explain how the iPhone 6 might not be available in China until the end of the year.
Porch CEO Matt Ehrlichman discusses his home improvement business.
MRY CEO Matt Britton discusses how NFL sponsors are closely monitoring the league’s handling of domestic abuse allegations.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Chevron’s commitment to Scotland.
Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber and Permanent Portfolio Family of Funds CEO Michael Cuggino discuss possible risks associated with owning Alibaba.
Harvard University economics professor Ken Rogoff discusses the potential impacts of Scottish independence and the European, Chinese and Japanese economies.
Harvard University economics professor Ken Rogoff gives his outlook for the FOMC statement.
The Independents on a doctor’s surgery on a goldfish, a funeral home’s drive-thru viewing area, Kanye West and a Ukrainian politician who was thrown into a dumpster by an angry mob.
NanoViricides CEO Dr. Eugene Seymour on the growing concerns of Ebola and possible treatments for the virus.
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