AOL Time Warner (search) is one step closer to becoming just Time Warner. In a stunning twist, management at AOL and management at Time Warner have been pushing to formally dissolve a pairing that made sense on paper, but performed miserably in reality.
Is getting rid of AOL in the name the first step in getting rid of AOL at the company? We’ll ask Porter Bibb, managing director at Mediatech Capital Partners, and Reese Schonfeld, founding president of CNN.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he won't be bought by special interest groups. But will California voters but him as their next governor? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Peter Fenn, Democratic strategist, and Rick Reed, Republican strategist.
Ex-warlord Charles Taylor, who just hours earlier officially resigned as president of Liberia, waved a white handkerchief as he boarded a presidential jet from Nigeria on Monday. But just because Taylor is out, is stability in? We’ll get insight from retired U.S. Army Maj. Bob Bevelaqua.
How much of a legal cloud still hangs over Martha Stewart and how much is that impacting her company? Reputation management expert Mike Paul, president of Mgp & Associates, and retail watcher Howard Davidowitz, chairman of Davidowitz and Associates, join the debate.
Would the U.S. economy be better off if Washington left things alone? We’ll ask the Wall Street Journal's editor emeritus, Robert Bartley.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Muriel Siebert, chairwoman and president of Siebert and Company, and Frank Lasalla, president and COO of Bank of New York's BNY Clearing Services Unit.
Plus, are the perks of first class travel really worth the extra bag of peanuts? Michael Ozanian, senior editor of Forbes magazine, joins the debate.
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