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.
4:18 - Reason Magazine editor-in-chief Matt Welch says about 20% of people enrolled in ObamaCare actually have no insurance.
8:03 - Vanguard head of fixed income Bob Auwaerter and Guggenheim chief investment officer Scott Minerd give their outlook for Fed tapering and the markets.
4:47 - Lead counsel to Central Falls, Theodore Orson, on Central Falls, Rhode Island's bankruptcy.
4:27 - NYC Brewers Guild president Jeremy Cowan weighs in on the business of craft beer.
1:28 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on the AMC theatre chain going public.
5:03 - Neiman Marcus CEO Karen Katz breaks down the top holiday gifts this season.
4:37 - Leapfrog CEO John Barbour on popular products for kids.
5:38 - Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford on his opposition to the bill that overhauls the state pension system.
3:34 - Cameron Hughes wine founder Cameron Hughes talks the business of wine.
4:04 - Vineyard Vines co-founder Shep Murray and Ian Murray weigh in on their tie and clothing business.
4:20 - Former Merrill Lynch chairman Winthrop H. Smith Jr. reflects on his time at the company and how it has changed over the years.
1:49 - FBN's Jo Ling Kent breaks down the deal between Apple and China Mobile to sell iPhones.
3:57 - Global Security attorney Brian Finch on cyberthreats to vehicles.
1:44 - FBN's Liz MacDonald breaks down how the Volcker rule can impact bank stocks.
5:08 - RBC Capital Markets chief economist Tom Porcelli and Gary Goldberg Financial Services president Oliver Pursche give their outlook for the markets.
3:46 - Employment Policy Institute research director Michael Saltsman and FNC's Alan Colmes discuss protests and wage demands.
1:23 - FBN's Dennis Kneale sounds off on President Obama's focus on the wealth gap.
2:08 - Meatheads CEO Tom Jednorowicz on business in the food service industry.
4:03 - Merk Investments president Axel Merk gives his outlook for the markets.
5:58 - First Down Laser founders Alan Amron and Richard Grobman break down how their technology would work in NFL stadiums.
4:24 - Mintz Levin partner Donald Schroeder on whether unions are trying to make a comeback through fast-food strikes.
4:57 - WSJ editorial page deputy editor Dan Henninger on the high cost of medications for people with chronic illnesses under the Affordable Care Act.
3:26 - U.S. Public Interest Research Group Tax and Budget Advocate Dan Smith on public transit getting more expensive.
2:36 - Liz MacDonald on the tech companies Apple is buying and why.
4:34 - Commonwealth Toy & Novelty executive vice president Lisa Shamus on hot toys this holiday season.
4:03 - John Burns Real Estate Consulting CEO John Burns on 440,000 new home sales in October.
4:28 - Performance Trust Capital Partners director Brian Battle on whether Illinois is particularly bad with its finances.
1:26 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on Newsweek resurrecting a print version of the magazine.
5:23 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Duncan Niederauer's payout if he leaves the NYSE.
3:37 - The Daily Distillation author Matt Smith gives his outlook for oil and OPEC.
3:55 - Glenmede director of investment strategy Jason Pride gives his outlook for the markets.
4:27 - Rep. Phil Gingrey, (R-GA), on the house hearing on ObamaCare.
4:07 - Pernod Ricard USA CEO Bryan Fry on the state of business in the spirits industry.
3:21 - Restructuring and bankruptcy attorney Martin Bienenstock weighs in on Detroit's bankruptcy.
3:26 - Point View Wealth Management president David Dietze gives tips for investing in today's market.
4:00 - Steiner Sports Memorabilia EVP Steve Costello on selling dirt from historical sporting events.
3:49 - Coin CEO Kanishk Parashar on creating a digital payment card that stores debit, credit and gift card data.
6:32 - Rep. Charles Rangel, (D-NY), makes an argument for raising the minimum wage.
3:31 - Gordian Group president Peter Kaufman on the impact of Detroit's eligibility for municipal bankruptcy.
0:56 - FBN’s Charles Payne on Rite Aid.
4:46 - Brookstone CEO Jim Speltz on this year's hottest holiday items.
1:47 - FBN's Dennis Kneale on how Comcast's Universal Pictures will decide how to handle the death of actor Paul Walker.