4:58 - FBN’s Diane Macedo reports that June’s Empire Manufacturing Index beat expectations.
0:19 - FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the acquisition details.
2:54 - Chicago Export Packing Company President Mark Kasch on demand for U.S. exports.
3:44 - Heritage Foundation’s Nick Loris on General Electric’s investment in fracking.
3:49 - Revenue Watch deputy director Antoine Heauty on measuring quality of governance in country’s oil, gas, and mining sectors.
5:59 - DuPont Executive V.P. Jim Borel says being open to various types of opportunities has been critical in his climb to the top at the blue-chip chemical giant.
5:21 - BMO Capital Markets’ Joel Tiss and Longbow Research’s Eli Lustgarten debate the future of the construction-equipment company.
3:26 - Solvay Group CEO Jean-Pierre Clamadieu on where the biggest opportunities are globally.
5:43 - Former NY Yankees PR Manager Rick Cerrone on this year’s Super Bowl commercials.
4:26 - Martin Richenhagen, AGCO CEO, on how the weather impacts the company’s business, and the potential for a drought again in 2013.
4:55 - Lifeway Foods CEO Julie Smolyansky discusses how the company was able to thrive during the economic downturn.
3:38 - Adam Mesh Trading Group Chief Strategist Todd Horwitz on the outlook for the markets and earnings.
3:38 - Kermit Baker of the American Institute of Architects on strength in the Architect industry.
2:44 - FBN’s Jeff Flock on the Society of Manufacturing Engineers reporting a shortage of skilled workers, with 600,000 jobs unfilled in the industry.
4:08 - Craig Philip, Ingram Barge Company CEO, on how the drought this summer has impacted his business.
3:25 - Craig Underwood, farmer and Underwood Ranches owner, on how the labor drought in California is impacting his farm business.
2:11 - FBN’s Jeff Flock on how the Midwest drought of 2012 is impacting cattle auctions and feed prices.
3:30 - Jed Lafferty, Planalytics managing director for Life Sciences, on measuring how weather impacts agriculture and the drought’s devastating impact on the Midwest.
4:21 - The Mackinac Center Director of Public Policy Vincent Vernuccio on Caterpillar’s effort to end automatic cost of living wage increases and institute merit increases for employees that meet certain goals.
3:50 - Wyoming Stock Growers Association executive vice president Jim Magagna on what cattle ranchers are doing to battle the western drought.
0:56 - Jack Ablin, Harris Private Bank CIO, discusses the costs of manufacturing in the U.S.
4:11 - Angela Harris, PTC R&D Ford Engineer, and Scott Vitter, Coca-Cola PlantBottle Packaging Platform general manager, on how their companies are partnering to use plant-based plastics.
4:04 - Gary D. Burnison, Korn/Ferry CEO, on his believe that companies are adding fewer employees because they have become more efficient.
5:18 - FARO Technologies CEO Jay Freeland discusses the state of international business and why he believes in a manufacturing comeback in the U.S.
3:28 - Volvo CE Americas President Goran Lindgren on the expansion of the company’s North American construction equipment headquarters to deal with rising demand.
2:58 - Volvo Construction Equipment global CEO Pat Olney breaks down the importance of infrastructure spending to business.
3:11 - Nolan Finley of the Detroit News says that unions and occupy groups will disrupt the meeting.
2:29 - Valence Group Partner Peter Hall on how investors can profit from the chemical sector and subsectors.
3:23 - Pete Selleck, Michelin North America chairman and president, on why the company is deciding to open its first factory in North America in 15 years.
3:47 - Bill Kucyk, “Action Impact” gun store owner, on why firearm sales are increasing, especially in his area of Detroit.
1:53 - FBN’s Jeff Flock with Michael Campagna, president of Peerless-AV, on why he decided to re-shore his company’s jobs in America.
4:12 - Hecla Mining CEO Phillips Baker on why silver’s use in the industrial and technology sector will drive up the demand and price.
8:35 - Donald Trump on China, his empire, and entrepreneurship in America.
5:34 - International Paper CEO John Faraci on the company’s acquisition of Temple-Inland and its acquisitions and growth in emerging markets.
3:19 - Georgia Governor Nathan Deal on the reasons the construction-equipment manufacturer moved its factory from China to Georgia.
5:25 - Glen Tellock, Manitowoc chairman and CEO, on the company's post-recession comeback and Manitowoc's expansion in emerging markets.
5:09 - AGCO CEO Martin Richenhagen on the company’s acquisitions and the potential for the company to pay out a dividend.
4:02 - Is there a mismatch between workers' skills and the jobs?
5:22 - Bo Dietl of Investigations.com sounds off on GE’s recent actions in Wisconsin and why it’s sending jobs overseas.
3:45 - Is Caterpillar a Sell Despite 4Q Earnings Beat?
3:07 - Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister on the future of the Keystone Pipeline.
4:29 - Citi aerospace & defense analyst Jason Gursky on how government cuts to defense spending will impact the defense industry.
3:41 - Element Electronics President Michael O'Shaugnessy on building flat screen TVs in the U.S.
4:34 - Tom Lee, JPMorgan Chief U.S. Equity strategist, gives his outlook on the markets for 2012, plus he reveals what he is feeling bearish about and why.
2:29 - FBN's Stuart Varney weighs in on Sears, Kodak and other former American icons that have lost steam in recent years.
2:35 - FBN's Liz MacDonald with news that US companies like Apple and GE are sitting on nearly $5 trillion in cash.
5:35 - Author Scott Anderson argues wind energy is a viable industry in the U.S.
4:48 - AGCO CEO Martin Richenhagen on the European debt crisis’ impact on its farming equipment business.
2:03 - FBN’s Jeff Flock breaks down how CoreCentric can save your old appliances.
3:21 - Oli Valur Steindorsson, Umami chairman and CEO, on how his company farms fish sustainably, and the growth of his business model.
5:15 - American Wind Association CEO Denise Bode discusses why the wind industry can’t endure a tax increase.
4:02 - WJBK’s Rob Wolchek on his latest video showing workers who were drinking and using drugs during breaks.
2:29 - UPS Packaging Engineer Matt Robke puts a package to the test.
3:35 - Actress Daryl Hannah discusses why she continues to protest the building of the Keystone pipeline.
4:28 - TransCanada CEO Russ Girling argues the pipeline will get built and Canada is the best place for the U.S. to get oil.
5:58 - Damon Moglen of Friends of the Earth on his opposition of the pipeline construction.
2:51 - Andrew Tananbaum, Capital Business Credit executive chairman, on how China's lending practices are having a greater impact on the global economy, and what CBC is doing to ease this.
0:59 - FBN's Sandra Smith with news that retail sales jumped 0.5% in October, making it the fifth month of gains, while the producer price index fell.
1:39 - FBN’s Jeff Flock talks with Maze Nails President Roelif Loveland about the benefits of manufacturing in the U.S.
3:21 - FBN's Jeff Flock finds out how a company that makes peanut butter has been impacted by rising costs.