From selling sheets to folding them… will the feds take the starch out of Martha Stewart's (search) empire, or have they gone too far to tarnish the Queen of Clean? We’ll ask Barry Minkow who served more than seven years in the slammer for fraud.
She was once the most successful female executive on the planet -- clearly crashing through the glass ceiling. So why haven’t we heard feminist outcry at Martha’s predicament? Syndicated radio talk show host Nancy Skinner and FOX News contributor Susan Estrich join the debate.
Two top editors at The New York Times resigned Thursday in the wake of the Jayson Blair scandal. We’ll take a deeper look inside the trouble at The Times with media watcher Porter Bibb and Matthew Felling, from the Center for Media and Public Affairs.
Who could forget Taco Bell’s talking chihuahua? From the first commercial, the dog became an instant sensation. But did Taco Bell steal the idea? A jury thought so and we’ll talk to Thomas Rinks, the man who was awarded $30 million in a lawsuit
We’ll take the markets’ temperature with Hilary Kramer, president of A&G Capital, Charles Payne, CEO of Wall Street Strategies, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.
How could the European Central Bank’s decision to cut interest rates put a very big dent in your wallet? We’ll ask Nicholas Brady, former U.S. Treasury Secretary.
Plus, find out why life wasn't always a laugh for entertainer Jerry Lewis, who has suffered from chronic pain for nearly 40 years.
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