Topics and Guests for June 10

As corporate America attempts to make headway through a choppy economic sea, has the time come for companies and their boards to rethink the way that they hire their chief executives?

Rather that bringing in big names from the outside, would it make more sense to promote from within? I'll ask Ira Kay, director of compensation consulting at Watson Wyatt Worldwide.

Government agents have arrested a turncoat American citizen who plotted with Al Qaeda terrorists to build and explode a radioactive "dirty bomb" within the United States.

How big a threat did Jose Padilla, also known as Abdullah Al Mujahir, pose to the security of the nation? We'll get insight from retired Colonel David Hunt, FOX News military analyst.

Does racial profiling work? Or is the arrest of Padilla a clear example of why it doesn't. Hussein Ibish, communications director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, joins the debate.

Could the threat of a dirty nuke rattle the markets? Patricia Chadwick, president of Ravengate Partners, and Price Headley, founder and chief analyst of, take the markets' temperature.

In a joint appearance with President Bush on Saturday, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said that Yasser Arafat needs to be given a chance to deliver or not. Now that Arafat is on the hot seat from some of his biggest supporters, will he step up? Khalid Turaani, with he American Muslims for Jerusalem, weighs in.

Plus, should a group of alleged victims of abuse by priests be allowed to speak at the upcoming Catholic Bishops Conference? I'll ask Richard Kirby of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests.

And, was Mike Tyson's beating at the hands of Lennox Lewis on Saturday the worst thing that could have happened to the business of boxing?

All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.

About Your World...

More than just facts and figures, Your World with Neil Cavuto gets to the heart of the matter with reports from FOX News correspondent Molly Falconer and in-depth analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:

Terry Keenan, host of Cashin' In
Brenda Buttner, host of Bulls & Bears
David Asman, host of Forbes on Fox