Former Helios and Matheson CEO Ted Farnsworth discusses his recent offer to purchase MoviePass.
Optimal Capital director of strategy Francis Newton Stacy and Heritage research fellow Joel Griffith discuss how oil prices from the recent Saudi attack will impact the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates.
Bulltick Capital Markets' Kathryn Rooney Vera discusses why the U.S. should not be overly concerned over the recent oil explosion. Vera says other foreign actors, such as China, will be affected to a much greater degree.
FOX Business' Charlie Gasparino discusses how Saudi Aramco's IPO delay could last a few months. He notes how Saudi Arabia's oil facilities must be better secured.
Fox Business Briefs: Oil prices shoot up over 9 percent after drone attack on Saudi Arabia.
Purdue Pharma files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection; United Auto Workers walk off the job at GM
Morning Business Outlook: Purdue Pharma files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after reaching a tentative settlement over its alleged role in the opioid epidemic; thousands of United Auto Workers members walk out on General Motors after contract talks break down.
Rebecca Lindland of Kelley Blue Book provides insight into the United Auto Workers strike at GM.
Marcum CEO Jeffrey Winer discusses his outlook for the markets.
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Verdence Capital Advisors' Kevin Kelly discusses WeWork's IPO dropping to $10 billion. Apple stock decreases after Goldman cut its target price to $165.
Morning Business Outlook: American food company PepsiCo launches new program 'Pepcoin' which allows customers to get cash back after buying specially marked products. Target celebrates its 20th Anniversary Design for All Collection. Nearly 300 of the most popular items sold will be on sale.
The stories moving the markets and shaking up the world.
Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn is moving to Florida, and his employees can take a payout to relocate or apply for unemployment.
Equityzen CEO Atish Davda shares why SmileDirectClub and WeWork are struggling on the stock market.
Heritage Capital founder Paul Schatz and Point View Wealth Management's David Dietze discuss a possible trade deal and how it's affecting the stock market.
Fox Business Briefs: The daily-deals company is reportedly looking to acquisitions as shareholders show more concerns over its finances and stock price.
Loup Ventures managing partner Gene Munster believes Apple is the one company that can make tech useable for everyone.
The FBI is reportedly investigating a venture capital firm started by PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel. FBN's Deirdre Bolton with more.
Morning Business Outlook: Walmart plans to expand its grocery delivery with an unlimited subscription service; a new survey is identifying the best and worst tippers.
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