4:51 - Carrington Investment Services Senior V.P. Chris Whalen and Cato Institute’s Mark Calabria on the J.P. Morgan vote on whether to split the Chairman and CEO positions.
3:58 - Berenzweig Leonard founder Seth Berenzweig on the investigation into SAC Capital.
6:14 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino explains why the SEC is relentlessly pursuing Steve Cohen.
4:48 - Rafferty Capital Equity Research VP Dick Bove weighs in on Jamie Dimon and explains why he should remain chairman and CEO.
5:32 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the latest on SAC Capital.
3:23 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on SAC Capital telling the government its cooperation is ‘no longer conditional.’
4:59 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the latest on JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon’s future at the bank.
4:38 - Spring Guns and Ammo Director Patrick Woods and DC Council Member Mary Cheh debate whether gun owners should be forced to buy a liability insurance policy.
5:10 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Citigroup banning its traders from using the chat feature in Bloomberg terminals.
3:47 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on David Petraeus being in 'advanced negotiations' with KKR.
6:46 - Rafferty Capital bank analyst Dick Bove on the outlook for J.P. Morgan and CEO Jamie Dimon’s future at the bank.
3:48 - Harrington Capital Management’s Kyle Harrington on the potential impact on J.P. Morgan shareholders if CEO Jamie Dimon were to leave the firm.
6:36 - FullContact CEO Bart Lorang, Steel Vine Investments CIO Spencer Patton and former federal prosecutor Doug Burns on whether the Bloomberg scandal will create opportunities for its competitors.
7:52 - Former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg defends J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon’s leadership at the bank.
4:17 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the latest on JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's fate at the bank.
5:18 - Cato Institute’s Mark Calabria and Credit Suisse’s Moishe Orenbuch on J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon hinting he would leave if CEO and chairman roles were split.
7:21 - Seaport Securities’ Jason Weisberg, Trean Group’s Scott Shellady and former SEC attorney Teresa Goody on the expanding Bloomberg snooping scandal.
5:58 - Tatro Capital president Quint Tatro and attorney Seth Berenzweig discuss whether it’s a good idea to split chairman and CEO roles at JPMorgan.
5:47 - Former federal prosecutor Fred Tecce and Georgetown University business professor James Angel weigh in on the Jamie Dimon witch hunt, and what could happen to JPMorgan if it’s successful.
3:29 - American Banker Editor-in-Chief Neil Weinberg on accusations a Maryland bank discriminated in favor of women and minorities.
4:53 - FBR Managing Director Paul Miller on calls to split the CEO and Chairman positions at J.P. Morgan.
2:45 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the latest development from Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan.
4:40 - M&T Bank vice president Drew Kessler on data showing banks loosening lending standards.
5:12 - CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo on calls for J.P. Morgan shareholders to vote to split the CEO and Chairman posts.
3:42 - American Enterprise Institute Fellow Ed Pinto on Federal Reserve policies’ impact on the housing market.
3:20 - Lending Club founder Renaud Laplanche on Google changing the way consumers can get loans online.
1:48 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on NY AG Schneiderman revealing new enforcement actions against major banks.
5:08 - FBN’s Liz Claman speaks with John Freund on his 30+ years as Warren Buffett’s broker.
2:23 - FBN's Adam Shapiro on JPMorgan's legal woes.
4:27 - Beacon Economics founding partner Christopher Thornberg and Leader Capital Senior Portfolio Manager John Lekas on state of the housing market.
2:39 - FBN's Liz Claman talks to Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett about the importance of equality for women and the future of the company.
6:10 - First Data CEO Frank Bisignano, who recently left his post as top lieutenant to JPM's Jamie Dimon, on the outlook for his new company and the housing market.
2:31 - Former J.P. Morgan Co-COO Frank Bisignano on his departure from JPM and his new role as CEO of First Data.
5:50 - McGraw Hill Financial CEO Terry McGraw on the company’s first-quarter earnings, outlook and name change.
1:05 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the decline in the number of families that own a home.
4:42 - Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin, Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman and Portfolio LLC CIO Lee Munson on the housing market.
4:58 - Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin, Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman and Portfolio LLC CIO Lee Munson on the outlook for the housing market.
3:38 - Breezy Point homeowner Maura Buckley on efforts to deal with red tape and recover from Superstorm Sandy.
2:21 - Investors Bank President and CEO Kevin Cummings weighs in on his bank’s all-time high in the first quarter of 2013.
6:54 - John Jacobs, executive vice president of Nasdaq OMX Group, shares the motivation behind creating the Nasdaq 100 Index, and his passion for the financial industry.
3:38 - Principal Financial Group CEO Larry Zimpleman on the company’s first-quarter earnings and the state of private and public pension funds in the U.S.
1:46 - FBN’s Peter Barnes on a government report on the risks to the U.S. financial system from cyber attacks.
5:19 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the developments surrounding Steve Cohen and SAC Capital.
4:10 - Attorneys Heather Hanson and Jonna Spilbor on GE Capital plans to stop lending to gun shops, Obama’s deferred deportation program.
4:05 - Raymond James CEO Paul Reilly on the company’s earnings and outlook.
4:23 - The Insurance Information Institute President Robert Hartwig on whether businesses should invest in terrorism insurance.
4:15 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the increased risk of hacking, particularly to banks, and its potential impact on the markets.
4:27 - Mendon Capital Advisors president Anton Schutz on what reining in bonus pay will mean for the shareholder.
4:57 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the Associated Press's bogus tweet on explosions in the White House and the latest on Corzine's investigation.
4:32 - Choice Media TV Executive Director Bob Bowdon on the recent attacks against the schooling system.
2:31 - FBN's Sandra Smith on the CME's data breach.
3:53 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the growing debate over the merits of the insider trading case against Michael Steinberg.
4:09 - Diebold Senior Director Raja Bose on the video conferencing capabilities of the company’s ATMs.
5:10 - Former Treasury Dept. Senior Advisor Susan Ochs on consumers’ lack of trust in banks.
4:47 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the Manhattan US Attorney's Office objecting to the FBI's morning arrests.
3:25 - Berenzweig Leonard Partner Seth Berenzweig on a judge giving the OK to a $602M SAC Capital settlement pending separate ruling.
4:15 - Mogavero Lee & Co. CEO Doreen Mogavero on the challenges working at the NYSE as a woman.
3:41 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino breaks down the latest on the SAC Capital probe.
4:18 - Susan Ochs of the Aspen Institute weighs in on bank earnings and business.
2:05 - FBN's Adam Shapiro on JPMorgan being at fault for inadequate due diligence regarding Bernie Madoff.