AOL Time Warner Inc. Chief Executive Richard Parsons said Wednesday that the Securities and Exchange Commission was looking into a series of transactions that boosted the company's revenues.

So, what does the future hold for the media giant? And should you keep it in your portfolio? I'll ask Reese Schonfeld, the founding president of CNN.

Terry McGraw, chairman and CEO of the McGraw Hill Companies, drops by to talk earnings and outlooks.

How did Autonation beat the Street's estimates by 2 cents? I'll ask the company's CEO, Michael Jackson.

Has the market made a comeback or is it short lived? I'll ask Larry Wachtel, senior vice president at Prudential Financial; Mercury Management Associates' Morry Markovitz and Richard Suttmeier, chief market strategist at Joseph Stevens & Co.

Plus, Mark Serrano of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests explains why he is angry about the Pope's visit to Canada.

And, would lower interest rates help or hurt the stock market? Bill Sullivan, senior economist at Morgan Stanley, and Bob Brusca, chief economist with Ecobest Consulting, debate the issue.

We'll have these stories and more!

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