Their business was getting people to chatter, but Bernard J. Ebbers, a former WorldCom chairman, and Scott D. Sullivan, former chief financial officer, won't be talking after being subpoenaed to appear Monday before a House committee investigating the telecommunications giant.

We’ll get reaction to their decision from Rep. Jim Leach, R-Iowa.

And we'll get a preview of President Bush's speech on corporate governance from Fox News political analyst Dick Morris.

Plus, if analysts are so smart, why do they keep missing all these corporate implosions? Knight Kiplinger, and Motley Fool Tom Gardiner, join the debate.

If America's pastime goes on strike, will fan's walk too? I'll ask famed sports agent Drew Rosenhaus.

Plus, are the soaking rich getting taken to the cleaners by the current market? And could their hurting, leave you hurting too? Bruce Holly, vice president at the Boston Consulting Group, weighs in.

And, Jeanette Cimino, chapter leader of the Little People of America, explains why she is offended by a new advertising campaign.

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 de Ramel 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

The facts are clear. On average, more people watch Your World with Neil Cavuto than any other business program on cable.