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2:10 - FBN's Peter Barnes on five regulatory agencies in Washington voting to ratify the Volcker Rule.
5:40 - NYU Stern professor Lawrence White and Hedgeye director of financial research Jonathan Casteleyn weigh in on the Volcker rule.
4:48 - Convergent Wealth Advisors’ David Zier on the emerging markets investors are missing out on.
4:20 - MasTec CEO Jose Mas on making a successful business out of pipelines and wirelines.
3:35 - FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on who’s complaining about the smallest bonuses in banking this year.
3:23 - FBN’s Jeff Flock on Mary Barra being picked for GM’s top spot.
4:03 - Barbara Raasch of RCL Advisors on year-end strategies to lower taxes.
1:30 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on Sarah Palin's new reality show.
4:23 - Stifel Nicolaus analyst James Albertine weighs in on Mary Barra, GM's new CEO.
3:41 - NFIB chief economist Bill Dunkelberg weighs in on small-business confidence.
4:10 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Goldman Sachs' interpretation of the Volcker Rule.
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.
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.
2:48 - FBN's Liz MacDonald breaks down how health reform could cause firehouses to shut down.
0:43 - FBN’s Charles Payne on FreightCar America.
3:50 - Peach Bowl Inc. CEO Gary Stokan talks the business of bowl games.
4:19 - Forbes Opinions editor John Tamny on President Obama shaking hands with Cuba's President Raul Castro at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
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.
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.
3:55 - 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.
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.
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.
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.
0:50 - FBN’s Charles Payne on Align Technology.
3:52 - NPS Pharmaceuticals CEO Dr. Francois Nader says ObamaCare will help his company by expanding his client base.
3:02 - Jeff Flock reports on the difficulty high-level execs are having finding new jobs.
4:03 - Morrell & Company president Roberta Morrell says big corporate parties are making a comeback this year.
2:43 - Liz MacDonald weighs in on the future of Sears.
5:10 - OppenheimerFunds chief economist Jerry Webman on the solid jobs report that came out today.
3:52 - President of Premium Outlets John Klein on foreign shoppers flocking to outlet shops.
3:58 - Hampton Creek Foods founder Josh Tetrick on whether his company can replace chicken eggs with plant subsitutes.
4:09 - Wayfair.com CEO Niraj Shah on shoppers’ wish list for the holidays, and whether his company is eyeing an IPO.
3:50 - Wells Fargo chief portfolio strategist Brian Jacobsen on the market rally today.
4:34 - Inside look at charity gala at the Four Seasons Hotel.
3:56 - Four Seasons Hotel NY’s Lacey Rozinsky on the proper way to taste wine.
4:07 - RBS senior economist Michelle Girard says the U.S. economy is still not strong enough for the Fed to begin tapering.
3:35 - Trisha Lewis of Vantage Deluxe World Travel on taking Boston bombing victims on a paid cruise.
6:38 - Moody's Analytics chief economist John Lonski , Henssler Financial director of investments Ted Parrish and Dice Holdings CEO Mike Durney discuss unemployment.
4:08 - Rep. Scott Garrett, (R-N.J.), on banks and the Volcker Rule.
0:56 - FBN’s Charles Payne on LinkedIn.
2:39 - Lisa Bretones of Brunswick Bowling and Billiards and BPI Group managing director Steve Spires weigh in on the job market for executives and mid-career professionals.
3:14 - FaceCrypt CEO Jeremy Rose on using facial recognition to keep information locked down.