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Government protesters anti government protesters continue to fill the streets over in Cairo Egypt the demonstrators calling for the end to president Mubarak's nearly.
Thirty year rule please clashing with the protesters firing rubber bullets using tear gas water cannons that try to disperse -- -- yesterday.
All the Internet companies there went -- at the same time it's an effort to try to silence.
The -- clearly that is is not the case there's the protests continue -- fresh pictures coming into us.
Topping the business headlines this morning as Ford with the fourth quarter results of that was below expectations on the profit front -- revenue topped.
The estimates of 32 and a half billion dollars full year net profit was six point six billion.
It's -- -- last quarter below expectations the stock closing at 1879 all the way down in the premarket to 17:54.
Alan Mulally the CEO will be on the Fox Business Network and in the noon eastern hour.
Two explain those results in further detail all right now let's get to -- World Economic Forum continues in doubles what's went.
Was claimant is there she's on -- -- -- hear what's on tap for today.
I want it to be on live with Don.
And then they -- the PR we can't deal with that this thing in the -- you know we've got -- -- the delay and that what was it like about.
Do you know four frames two tenths of the second what ever okay fine at least you have -- that she could handle it.
Welcome -- to Davos day three of the World Economic Forum and what a day we have here bright sunshine.
Lots of -- but taken off the but you know the park goes in the -- -- crazy how cold it was earlier but it is really beautiful here today and there are a bunch of a bunch of world leaders on tap throughout the day on fox business and one of the things that we've really been focusing on which each one.
Is to try and give a different angle for example.
One minute we're talking to Joseph demand as of Novartis of course the huge pharmaceutical based in Switzerland.
But of course the whole issue here is about solving the world's problems they've just come up.
With the first approved in Europe and approved in America the first oral multiple sclerosis drug was just approved in Europe so that's news.
They've come up with a patch for alzheimer's.
Big solutions we will also be speaking with Carlos cone of Nissan.
We spoke -- specifically what's with the delay of the Nissan -- there electric vehicle.
He gives us a more pointed point on the calendar is to win he will have those delivered.
To the more than 20000 people who have ordered them so lots of interesting topics will be speaking with the cash Arora who was pretty much number -- Google.
Talking about the shake up there -- management along with one of the most interesting stories Connell the we've done Marcus Samuelson the famed chef.
Twenty years ago he was here a -- us.
But as a minimum wage cook twenty years later he's one of the most in demand people talking about how to feed the world.
A billion hungry people to very very interesting topic look and make sure you tell -- and I got -- little sparkle purse from Switzerland so I'll send it back to you Connell and we'll see just a bit and also all throughout the day.
It got us here in Switzerland -- You did Liz good to see you and yet he can't handle blue blazer you're better off the enough to deal with that although it's not really that bad for being overseas to job.
Was -- throughout the day from Davos Switzerland F fresh check it.
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