5:11 - Rep. Jeb Hensarling, (R-Texas), on the investigation into the IRS scandal.
6:05 - Actor and entrepreneur John Ratzenberger on why more people should consider learning trades such as plumbing rather than going to college.
3:56 - Former FEMA Director James Lee Witt on the need for more tornado shelters in the Midwest to save lives.
3:21 - Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez on the need for tax reform.
7:00 - Necessity is the mother of invention, according to Harpoon Brewery’s co-founders. And it was out of necessity they decided to shake up the U.S. beer scene with European-inspired brews.
5:09 - Rep. Ron DeSantis, (R-Fla.), on the IRS scandal.
3:47 - Holland Balanced Fund President Mike Holland on the market’s rally despite the absence of many retail investors.
5:13 - Rep. Jim Jordan, (R-Ohio), on the investigation into the IRS scandal.
4:23 - World Privacy Forum Executive Director Pam Dixon on the increasing risk of medical identity theft as medical records are digitized.
2:54 - Public Knowledge senior staff attorney John Bergmayer on efforts to reform how cable companies package channels.
3:33 - Psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow on a study on sending text messages to those with depression to remind them to take their medication.
4:27 - Charity Navigator CEO Ken Berger on how to vet charities to ensure the money you donate gets to the right place.
4:22 - Pento Portfolio Strategies President Michael Pento and JHS Capital Advisors’ Matt Miller debate whether there is a bubble in the bond market.
7:12 - Cato Institute’s Chris Edwards, FOXNews.com’s Jeremy Kaplan debate the strategy of companies such as Apple to reduce their corporate tax.
3:49 - Millward Brown Global CEO Eileen Campbell on the world’s most valuable brands this year.
5:01 - Rafferty Capital Markets’ Dick Bove on J.P. Morgan shareholders voting down the measure to split the CEO and Chairman roles at the bank.
2:00 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the corporate and individual donations to the tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma.
5:29 - Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, (D-NY), argues the Chairman and CEO positions should be split at firms such as J.P. Morgan.
6:04 - OGE Energy CEO Peter Delaney on the impact of the Oklahoma tornado on the area’s power system.
0:57 - FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on Saks hiring Goldman Sachs to explore strategic alternatives including a potential sale.
7:19 - Tamro Capital Partners Portfolio Manager Tim Holland and SFG Alternatives CIO Larry Shover on the outlook for the markets and where the opportunities are for investors.
4:28 - James Investment Research CEO Barry James on the stocks to boost investors’ portfolios.
4:33 - Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm on the tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb.
4:56 - Columbia Law School Professor John Coffee on potential RICO charges against SAC Capital and its founder Steve Cohen.
1:30 - FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.
4:08 - Business Roundtable president John Engler weighs in on Tim Cook’s testimony on Capitol Hill regarding Apple’s tax payments.
2:04 - FBN’s Dennis Kneale reports that there’s a new gaming war brewing between Xbox and Sony.
2:23 - FBN’s Peter Barnes reports on protests by Tea Party activists against the IRS.
4:40 - S&P Capital IQ chief investment strategist Sam Stovall on whether the market is still undervalued.
5:58 - Senator Orrin Hatch says he’s not satisfied with acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller’s testimony on Capitol Hill today.
3:55 - Bahl & Gaynor Portfolio Manager Matthew McCormick on J.P. Morgan shareholders voting down a measure to split Chairman, CEO roles.
3:08 - FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s testimony before a Senate panel on the company’s tax strategy.
0:58 - FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on ESPN’s decision to reduce its workforce in an effort to boost growth while managing costs.
1:35 - FBN’s Diane Macedo on Apple CEO Tim Cook defending the company’s tax avoidance strategy before a Senate panel.
7:09 - Deborah Grayson Riegel with tips on how to stop putting things off and finally become more efficient
5:25 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino breaks down the latest on SAC Capital.
1:04 - FBN's Jo Ling Kent breaks down mid-afternoon market news.
4:03 - RBS head of U.S. Treasury strategy William O'Donnell weighs in on the bond market.
2:38 - FBN's Dennis Kneale breaks down details of Microsoft's new Xbox.
2:54 - Morningstar director of financial services research Jim Sinegal on Jamie Dimon keeping both roles as CEO and chairman.
3:00 - NYC assistant comptroller Michael Garland on the vote to keep Jamie Dimon as chairman and CEO.
6:41 - FoxBusiness.com’s Jennifer Booton reports on Millennial job hunting and the pressure on companies to up the ante.
3:09 - Tunein CEO John Donham weighs in on the state of business in the streaming media industry.
3:06 - Tax Foundation president Scott Hodge argues the Senate doesn’t understand the tax system.
3:04 - Home Depot's Southwest regional vice president Sonti Bernandez on Oklahoma recovery efforts.
5:12 - Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett on destruction from tornadoes.
0:56 - FBN's Nicole Petallides on stocks impacting the afternoon markets.
3:47 - Shaffer Asset Management CEO Dan Shaffer and Guggenheim Securities managing director Marty Mosby react to shareholders’ decision to keep Dimon on as CEO and Chairman.
3:35 - Connecticut Pension Funds representative Suzanne Hopgood on JPMorgan’s shareholder vote for Jamie Dimon to retain both roles as CEO and chairman.
4:15 - Euro Pacific Capital economic consultant John Browne weighs in on the gold market.
2:16 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on Apple tax talks in Senate.
0:55 - FBN's Diane Macedo breaks down late-morning market news.
4:47 - Sen. Judd Gregg, (R-N.H.), weighs in on JPMorgan and whether Dimon should be allowed to remain chairman and CEO.
2:58 - Rep. Jim Renacci, (R-Ohio), says the government put his car dealership out of business during the auto bailout.
2:39 - Keith Fitz-Gerald of Money Map Press on the hearing surrounding Apple’s overseas revenue and its relation to the U.S. corporate tax rate.
5:03 - Rep. Kevin Brady, (R-Texas), on the ongoing investigation of IRS practices.
2:04 - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman argues the state cannot grow without cutting its income tax.
3:45 - Sen. Deb Fischer, (R-Neb.), on the upcoming testimony by Lois Lerner.
1:32 - Goldman Sachs raises price target on the S&P 500
2:57 - Shooter Jennings performs songs from his new album, “The Other Life”.