4:10 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Goldman Sachs' interpretation of the Volcker Rule.
0:52 - FBN's Jo Ling Kent breaks down mid-afternoon market news.
3:33 - Scott Wren of Wells Fargo Advisors gives his outlook for the markets in 2014.
3:46 - Burch Creative Capital CEO Chris Burch on C. Wonder, his relationship with Tory Burch and growth.
3:50 - Shearman and Sterling partner Don Lamson weighs in on the Volcker Rule and how it affects the average bank consumer.
3:28 - Hugh & Crye co-founders Pranav Vora and Philip Soriano discuss their sizing system for men based on body types.
1:00 - FBN's Tracy Byrnes breaks down afternoon market news.
3:02 - NYC Economic Development Corporation president Kyle Kimball on New York City working with large pharmaceutical companies and venture capital firms to create $100M fund.
7:34 - Mark Calabria of the Cato Institute and Erik Oja of S&P Capital IQ and Signature Bank chairman Scott Shay on the finalizing of the Volcker Rule.
1:15 - FBN's Dennis Kneale sounds off on tech giants’ calls for new restrictions on snooping.
1:09 - FBN's Nicole Petallides on stocks impacting the afternoon markets.
5:07 - Actor Paul Sorvino explains why he no longer supports ObamaCare.
2:47 - FOX News’ Brian Kilmeade sounds off on the NFL’s ban on tailgating at this year’s Super Bowl.
3:02 - Electric car owner Kaveh Kahooneh on his arrest in Georgia after charging his electric car.
2:48 - FBN's Liz MacDonald breaks down how health reform could cause firehouses to shut down.
2:57 - FlipKey VP of Marketing Eric Horndahl on house rentals during the week of the Super Bowl.
0:48 - FBN’s Nicole Petallides with the latest on the market.
0:43 - FBN’s Charles Payne on FreightCar America.
3:50 - Peach Bowl Inc. CEO Gary Stokan talks the business of bowl games.
0:54 - FBN's Adam Shapiro breaks down late-morning market news.
4:19 - Forbes Opinions editor John Tamny on President Obama shaking hands with Cuba's President Raul Castro at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
3:56 - Galen Institute president Grace-Marie Turner on the lack of prescription drug coverage under ObamaCare.
1:38 - FBN’s Stuart Varney argues privacy does not exist anymore due to advances in technology.
1:47 - Capital Wave Forecast editor Shah Gilani on ‘bad weather’ stocks.
3:10 - FOXNews.com science and tech editor Jeremy Kaplan on Twitter stock and eBay CEO’s comments on the Amazon drones.
4:34 - Automobile Magazine editor-in-chief Jean Jennings weighs in on GM's new CEO, Mary Barra, and her qualifications.
1:50 - FBN's Peter Barnes on five regulatory agencies in Washington voting to ratify the Volcker Rule.
1:23 - ETX Capital head of trading Joe Rundle on the European markets.
5:17 - CBS News’ Bob Schieffer remembers the life and career of Nelson Mandela.
1:13 - The ‘I-Man’ praises Dick Cavett’s interview with actor and comedian Stephen Fry.
7:25 - Genyouth Foundation CEO Alexis Glick on the company’s goals and the obesity epidemic in the U.S.
0:28 - Earnings HQ: FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down Toll Brothers’ fourth-quarter earnings report.
1:10 - Business reporter Gloria Riviera on the Asian markets.
5:54 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney on the state of the Republican Party.
4:30 - Political consultant Basil Smikle and ‘Outnumbered’ author Jedediah Bila on lawmakers’ efforts to regulate 3D printed guns.
5:16 - Political consultant Basil Smikle and ‘Outnumbered’ author Jedediah Bila on technology companies calling for more transparency over the NSA snooping scandal.
5:33 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney on his daughter Liz Cheney’s Senatorial campaign, drones, Edward Snowden and President Obama.
6:23 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Nelson Mandela and Iran.
4:22 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney on why his heart disease led him to sign a secret resignation letter while in office.
5:03 - Former Vice President Dick Cheney on ObamaCare and the medical device tax.
3:43 - ‘The Unarmed Truth’ author John Dodson on Operation Fast and Furious.
5:38 - ‘Hidden Order’ author Brad Thor on ObamaCare, drones and reports of the NSA spying on online gamers.
6:24 - Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, USAF (Ret.), on defense spending and the potential U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
3:04 - Illinois Policy Institute V.P. of Policy Ted Dabrowski on the municipal bond market.
7:55 - ‘You Can Never be too Rich’ author Alan Haft, Harris Financial Group’s Jamie Cox and Shaffer Asset Management’s Dan Shaffer on how to reduce your tax burden.
2:26 - AEI Financial Policy Fellow Peter Wallison on the outlook for the housing market.
3:19 - Charity Navigator CEO Ken Berger on charity scams and the charities to avoid.
5:40 - Marcum Firmwide Partner-in-Charge Joseph Perry on the tax law changes affecting 2013 tax returns.
4:25 - The Ulzheimer Group President John Ulzheimer on the price-matching programs offered by many credit cards.
3:30 - Addiction expert Dr. Keith Ablow on a Dutch program that allows alcoholics to clean Amsterdam in exchange for beer and tobacco.
7:23 - The New School Adjunct Professor Mark Hannah, radio talk show host Monica Crowley and FBN’s Charles Payne on a study that 20% of Americans become rich at some point in their lives.
5:46 - Aalborg University Robotics Professor Henrik Scharfe on the future of robots.
7:38 - Former Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas), on the future of Bitcoins and the Federal Reserve.
5:21 - Howard G. Buffett Foundation Chairman Howard Buffett on fighting hunger, the Farm Bill, Coca-Cola and Berkshire Hathaway.
5:13 - Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on incoming NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s tax proposal.
5:11 - WSJ Senior Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath on the Federal Reserve.
7:46 - Harris Financial Group Managing Partner Jamie Cox and Green Square Capital Managing Director Lincoln Ellis on the outlook for the markets.
1:49 - Claman on Call: FBN’s Cheryl Casone with an after-hours web-exclusive on the markets, the US Airways-American Airlines merger and Warren Buffett’s son Howard Buffett.
2:42 - FBN’s Melissa Francis looks back on the big stories of the week such as ObamaCare and the minimum-wage debate.
7:37 - Wedbush Securities Retail Market Research Managing Director Gabriella Santaniello and Planalytics CEO Frederic Fox on holiday-season retail sales.
5:03 - South Texas Money Management CEO Jeanie Wyatt on where the opportunities are for investors.
1:21 - FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.
4:42 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on reports of a growing feud between former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg and his attorney David Boies.
2:21 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on ZenithOptiMedia's outlook for global ad spending.
4:16 - Veppo co-founder Keith King on e-cigars.
4:03 - Gogo CEO Michael Small on expansion plans and the future of company services on commercial aircraft.
4:28 - Nexa Capital airline analyst Ray Neidl gives his outlook for the airline industry and the American Airlines, U.S. Airways merger.
3:59 - Raymond James research analyst Savanthi Syth on what the merger of American Airlines and US Airways means for the industry.
2:40 - FBN’s Peter Barnes on economists’ views on the outlook for economic growth.
3:55 - NASDAQ SVP of corporate client group Bob McCooey weighs in on the American Airlines, U.S. Airways deal and why companies list on the exchange.
0:54 - FBN's Dennis Kneale breaks down mid-afternoon market news.
3:45 - Edward Marc Chocolatier co-owner Chris Edwards talks business in the chocolate industry and new products on the market.
6:56 - Capitol Securities economic strategist Kent Engelke on Obama's chances of resigning before the next election year.
5:31 - Former Deputy Assistant to president George W. Bush, Brad Blakeman, on Congressional negotiations on a budget deal.
7:15 - American Airlines Group CEO Doug Parker on merging with U.S. Airways.
0:56 - FBN's Tracy Byrnes breaks down afternoon market news.
2:33 - FOX News contributor Father Jonathan Morris weighs in on the fight for a higher minimum wage in the U.S.
4:43 - Bankrate research analyst Chris Kahn on the reasons for the widening income gap.
2:28 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the uncertainty over the future of the R&D tax credit.
1:13 - FBN's Nicole Petallides on stocks impacting the afternoon markets.
8:22 - FBN’s Kennedy on her personal life and new show on FBN, ‘The Independents.’
3:08 - U.S. Airways vice president Donna Paladini and American Airlines vice president Franco Tedeschi weigh in on the American Airlines, U.S. Airways merger.
1:56 - FBN's Jo Ling Kent on big tech companies calling for limits on government surveillance.
5:30 - Radiation oncologist Dr. Elizabeth Thompson on creating kits equipped with essential products before and after hospitalization.
4:06 - Strategas head of policy research Dan Clifton says ObamaCare has softened the political climate for a budget deal.
3:54 - Bob Doll of Nuveen Asset Management gives his outlook for Fed tapering and the markets.
3:06 - George Hamlin of Hamlin Transportation Consulting weighs in on winter weather and the travel sector.
4:44 - Former Clinton advisor Doug Schoen weighs in on ObamaCare and the impact it could have on Democrats in 2014.
0:50 - FBN’s Charles Payne on Align Technology.
4:41 - Roku CEO Anthony Wood weighs in on streaming TV over the Internet.
1:49 - FBN’s Stuart Varney argues we are living in a command economy with limited opportunity.
4:24 - ‘The Independents’ host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery weighs in on how the younger generation is paying for ObamaCare.
2:51 - Belus Capital Chief Equities Strategist Brian Sozzi on overstocked inventory at Wal-Mart.
2:21 - Money Map Press’ Keith Fitz-Gerald weighs in on the tech sector.
1:21 - Business reporter Jacqueline Maddock on the Asian markets.
1:48 - FxPro’s Simon Smith on the European markets.
4:19 - FOX News contributor Bo Dietl on former Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell, Nelson Mandela and Bill Bratton.
5:36 - Robert Wolf, Outside Advisor to President Obama, on efforts to extend unemployment benefits and ObamaCare.
3:15 - Former HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson on ObamaCare.
5:47 - The Daily Caller Senior Editor Jamie Weinstein and Mercedes Schlapp, former spokesman for President George W. Bush, on the low enrollment on the ObamaCare website in New Jersey.