3:55 - S&P Capital IQ's Equity Research Services Director Tuna Amobi weighs in on Dish’s bid for Sprint.
4:01 - Consumer Reports Senior Electronics Editor Michael Gikas on T-Mobile offering the iPhone 5 without a two-year contract and how it impacts consumers.
3:43 - Mary Schiavo, former U.S. D.O.T inspector general, on the Boeing Dreamliner being grounded and how this will impact the company’s future in the transportation industry.
4:23 - FOX News judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Verizon filing a patent to detect activity in your living room.
1:14 - FBN’s Robert Gray with an afternoon market update, plus news that the national fuel average has dropped by a quarter in the past month.
5:18 - Attorney Jennifer Bonjean and FBN’s Ashley Webster on the huge bill a French woman received for terminating her cell phone contract.
1:37 - FBN's Adam Shapiro on what's next for Softbank and Sprint.
5:59 - House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Mike Rogers on the U.S. facing a security threat from two Chinese telecom companies.
2:32 - Public Knowledge Senior Staff Attorney John Bergmayer on what the planned merger between T-Mobile and MetroPCS means for consumers and competition in the wireless industry.
2:18 - Capital Advisors CEO Keith Goddard on investing in the telecom sector.
4:15 - FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on Verizon Wireless’ decision to end its unlimited data plan and its impact on the company’s customers.
5:04 - Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl on the potential strike by AT&T union workers over plans to cut pensions and increase benefit costs.
3:42 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on AT&T customers’ anger over the company’s decision to limit its service.
0:42 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on AT&T’s decision to cap its unlimited plan.
3:58 - Windstream CEO Jeff Gardner on the company’s shift towards its broadband service and its enterprise business from its traditional landline service.
3:13 - Quantum Networks CEO Ari Zoldan on the declining service for cell phones while consumers will face rising costs.
6:26 - Penske Automotive CEO Roger Penske on the company's most profitable year ever, and the state of the auto industry.
1:20 - FBN's Sandra Smith with the market reaction to the ongoing debate in Greece and retail sales data, plus news that Boeing has locked in its biggest plane order ever with Lion Air.
2:15 - Fort Pitt Capital Group CIO Charlie Smith on the impact of regulations on the telecom sector.
0:50 - FBN's Sandra Smith on the Wall Street Journal's report that American Airlines wants to reduce employee costs by 20%, plus an afternoon market update.
4:06 - What caused the chief operating officer to take the reins?
4:15 - Adtran CEO Thomas Stanton on the company’s sales and the impact of the AT&T/T-Mobile deal falling through.
3:51 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on Verizon canceling its plan to charge a $2 fee for over-the-phone and online payments after a customer backlash.
0:49 - FBN’s Gerri Willis on Verizon backing down on plans for a new fee after outcries from customers.
4:32 - AP Telecom CEO Eric Handa on the outlook for the telecom industry.
2:18 - FBN's Liz MacDonald on AT&T's decision to end its pursuit for T-Mobile.
1:02 - FBN's Adam Shapiro with news that AMR Corp.'s shares are diving as labor talks continue with its pilots, and a market update before the closing bell.
6:09 - Company rolls out 4K technology
4:44 - TechnoBuffalo editor on AT&T, T-Mobile merger and Sprint, iPhone deal
2:44 - IP Access International CEO Bryan Hill on Hurricane Irene’s potential impact on cell service.
4:45 - Global Relief Technologies CEO Michael Gray on why there are cell service disruptions after disasters such as 9/11 or even the earthquake in Virginia.
2:49 - Wireless Zone CEO Kevin Sinclair on how the company is growing.
2:29 - Listeners chime in on scandalous politicians, cell phone radiation and the state of our economy.
3:25 - Attorney Mark Lanier argues people will sue over a recent study showing a possible link between cancer and cell-phone usage.
1:11 - FBN’s Diane Macedo on Nokia lowering its sales outlook.
5:37 - Center for Democracy & Technology's John Morris on concerns of consumers and government officials over smartphones such as the iPhone's ability to track and record consumers locations.
0:59 - FBN's Sandra Smith on plans for Apple and Google to testify before a Senate subcommittee on privacy, technology and the law.
0:57 - FBN's Robert Gray on the Dept. of Justice's anti-trust suit to stop Verifone's purchase of Hypercom.
2:09 - FBN's Dennis Kneale unveils the ad for its long-awaited iPhone.
3:32 - FBN's Connell McShane on Verizon's decision to buy Terremark.
4:10 - FBN's Connell McShane breaks down the telecom mega merger.
0:53 - FBN's Adam Shapiro on Sprint asking federal regulators to stop AT&T's takeover of T-Mobile.
0:58 - FBN's Adam Shapiro breaks down afternoon market news.
3:45 - Sprint CEO Dan Hesse on the company's growth in subscribers and the challenges competing against Verizon and AT&T.
2:32 - FBN's Liz MacDonald breaks down the states with the worst cell phone taxes.
0:46 - FBN's Robert Gray on Skype launching advertising on its service from companies such as Visa and Nokia.
3:52 - Motorola Solutions CEO Greg Brown on meeting President Obama to discuss reorganizing trade operations.
4:15 - FBN's Connell McShane breaks down AT&T's purchase of T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom AG.
2:39 - AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega on the company's decision to purchase T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom AG.
5:47 - U.S. Cellular CEO Mary Dillon on the improving retail outlook and the services the company offers consumers that other providers don’t.
3:42 - IDC's Will Stofega argues Verizon can handle the increased data usage expected from carrying Apple’s smartphone.
59:59 - As the market continues its wild swings, we take a look at the brewing competition in the smartphone world.