2:45 - Platts Global Director of News John Kingston on whether the tornadoes in Oklahoma will impact the oil markets.
5:23 - Gibson Guitar CEO Henry Juszkiewicz on potential political targeting of businesses and organizations by the government.
4:51 - Carrington Investment Services Senior V.P. Chris Whalen and Cato Institute’s Mark Calabria on the J.P. Morgan vote on whether to split the Chairman and CEO positions.
4:36 - Hubspot Marketing Fellow Dan Lyons and The Wall Street Journal’s Spencer Ante on whether Yahoo’s Tumblr acquisition will help or hurt the company.
5:54 - Heritage Foundation’s Curtis Dubay and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the push for a corporate tax overhaul.
4:21 - Music producer Quincy Jones and Playground Sessions CEO Chris Vance on their music education startup and music piracy.
6:29 - Tech Blogger Robert Scoble on the privacy concerns over Google Glass.
4:53 - Jaguar Land Rover North America President Andy Goss on the company’s boost in sales for Range Rovers.
2:58 - Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Diana Furchtgott-Roth on why Florida is trying to enroll more people for food stamps.
4:20 - ‘Fitch the Homeless’ filmmaker Greg Karber on Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries' comments causing a media fire.
5:18 - The Wall Street Journal’s John Jurgensen and FBN’s Dennis Kneale on the trend of viewers watching whole seasons of television shows in a matter of days or weeks.
5:07 - Attorney Roy Katriel and The Enderle Group President Rob Enderle on the lawsuit against Apple.
4:38 - Spring Guns and Ammo Director Patrick Woods and DC Council Member Mary Cheh debate whether gun owners should be forced to buy a liability insurance policy.
6:41 - Former House Ways and Means Committee Economist Alex Brill on the IRS scandal.
5:52 - The Wall Street Journal Auto Columnist Dan Neil on the outlook for Tesla.
6:15 - Former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister and Yale University Professor Jonathan Macey on reports of a price-fixing scheme by oil companies.
6:19 - Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt and Barron’s Senior Editor Jack Hough on the scandals surrounding the White House.
2:29 - Cabot Money Management CIO Rob Lutts on how investors can profit from increased U.S. oil production.
5:18 - The Schork Report Editor Stephen Schork and The Heritage Foundation’s David Kreutzer on U.S. oil production.
3:48 - Harrington Capital Management’s Kyle Harrington on the potential impact on J.P. Morgan shareholders if CEO Jamie Dimon were to leave the firm.
5:17 - Former federal prosecutor Fred Tecce and The Wall Street Journal Assistant Editor James Freeman on the Dept. of Justice’s AP phone record scandal.
6:36 - FullContact CEO Bart Lorang, Steel Vine Investments CIO Spencer Patton and former federal prosecutor Doug Burns on whether the Bloomberg scandal will create opportunities for its competitors.
5:18 - Cato Institute’s Mark Calabria and Credit Suisse’s Moishe Orenbuch on J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon hinting he would leave if CEO and chairman roles were split.
7:21 - Seaport Securities’ Jason Weisberg, Trean Group’s Scott Shellady and former SEC attorney Teresa Goody on the expanding Bloomberg snooping scandal.
4:40 - eHealth CEO Gary Lauer on how online health marketplaces can reduce costs for the government.
6:19 - Edwards Wildman Partner Andrew Grumet, Harvard Professor Jeff Miron and FBN’s Rich Edson on the growing scandal surrounding the IRS.
4:28 - Chicago’s Blackbird, Avec and the Publican Paul Kahan on what the James Beard Award will mean to his business.
4:46 - Eagle Auto Mall president Mark Calisi and The Car Coach Lauren Fix discuss the zero-emission vehicle mandate.
5:58 - Tatro Capital president Quint Tatro and attorney Seth Berenzweig discuss whether it’s a good idea to split chairman and CEO roles at JPMorgan.
2:23 - FBN’s Jo Ling Kent weighs in on how the U.S. dollar and the yen are affecting Toyota.
3:07 - Capital Markets Bull Realty managing director Brad Thomas weighs in on why investors should consider REITs.
5:48 - WSJ senior economics writer Steve Moore and Community and Economic Development educator for the University of Illinois Ronald Duncan weigh in on fracking coming to the state of Illinois.
5:47 - Former federal prosecutor Fred Tecce and Georgetown University business professor James Angel weigh in on the Jamie Dimon witch hunt, and what could happen to JPMorgan if it’s successful.
4:02 - MSG Sports President Dave Howard on the amenities in the arena’s new suites.
4:04 - Technobuffalo.com’s Todd Haselton on whether projects such as Google Glass are distracting the tech giant from its core business.
7:00 - Economist Peter Morici, attorney Richard Roth and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on a new bill that would give employees the option of getting paid for overtime or getting more time off.
5:03 - MaxFunds.com co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and Surevest Capital Jeremy Kisner on the outlook for the markets.
6:27 - WNBA President Laurel J. Richie, Ingredion CEO Ilene Gordon and Rep. Susan Brooks, (R-Ind.), on why the Girl Scouts produce so many women leaders.
4:05 - Harrington Capital Management founder Kyle Harrington and American Wealth Management President Laif Meidell on some undervalued stocks maybe worth considering.
5:12 - CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo on calls for J.P. Morgan shareholders to vote to split the CEO and Chairman posts.
6:52 - Speaker of the House John Boehner, (R-Ohio), argues the sequester will remain until reforms are in place that lead the U.S. towards a balanced budget.
4:54 - Speaker of the House John Boehner, (R-Ohio), on the need to rein in government spending.
3:07 - Despite the challenging economy, a new shoe shine shop opens in New York’s financial district.
5:12 - Crowd Supply President Lou Doctor and Brumby Chair Company President Anna Brumby on the potential Internet sales tax.
5:07 - Former FBI investigator Bill Daly on the ability to turn a 3-D printer into a working handgun.
5:28 - Capitalistpig Portfolio Manager Jonathan Hoenig and Barrons.com’s Jack Otter on what potential changes Warren Buffett has made to Berkshire Hathaway’s holdings in 2013.
0:17 - Earnings HQ: FBN’s Melissa Francis breaks down NLS’s first-quarter earnings report.
4:30 - Attorney Remi Spencer and Core Vice President Jarrod Guy Randolph on Maker’s Mark’s sales jumping 44% after reports the company was considering lowering the alcohol content.
5:47 - Macquarie Capital’s Liz Dunn and retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar on what is needed to improve working conditions in Bangladesh.
3:54 - Institute for the Study of War’s Chris Harmer on whether the new version of the ‘bunker buster’ would deter Iran from continuing with its nuclear program.
3:42 - FBN’s Liz Claman on Berkshire Hathaway’s first-quarter results.
5:00 - Former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson, Economist Peter Morici and Seaport Securities’ Teddy Weisberg on the state of the markets and economy.
2:17 - Former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson, Economist Peter Morici and Seaport Securities’ Teddy Weisberg on the state of the markets.
0:28 - Earnings HQ: FBN’s Adam Shapiro breaks down BRK.A’s first-quarter earnings report.
4:27 - Beacon Economics founding partner Christopher Thornberg and Leader Capital Senior Portfolio Manager John Lekas on state of the housing market.
6:12 - The Schork Report Editor Stephen Schork and Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore on the potential economic boom from oil production.
5:20 - Sen. John Barrasso, (R-Wyo.), on the impact of the health-care law on the economy and job market.
6:10 - First Data CEO Frank Bisignano, who recently left his post as top lieutenant to JPM's Jamie Dimon, on the outlook for his new company and the housing market.
2:31 - Former J.P. Morgan Co-COO Frank Bisignano on his departure from JPM and his new role as CEO of First Data.
6:27 - FNC contributor Julie Roginsky, Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath and Wall Street Journal Tech Reporter Spencer Ante on how Marissa Mayer is doing as CEO of Yahoo.