Topics and Guests for Feb. 5

The man linked to missing 11-year-old Carlie Brucia, whose abduction was captured by a surveillance camera, has not been cooperating with investigators, the Sarasota County, Fla., sheriff said Thursday morning.

Would a national Amber Alert system have found Carlie by now? We’ll ask Bo Dietl, chairman of Beau Dietl & Associates and former New York City police detective.

The government’s key witness, Douglas Fanueil, is doing untold damage to the decorating diva. But can the prosecution convince the jury to unanimously agree with what he’s saying? We’ll get insight from Forbes magazine’s Elizabeth McDonald and legal scholar Peter Johnson.

Why does Brain Wesbury, chief economist for Griffin, Kubik, Stephens and Thompson, think that 2004 could see the creation of 3 million new jobs? We’ll ask him.

Is your workplace Feng Shui compliant? Find out why California state Assemblyman Leland Yee thinks it should be and what he plans to do about it.

How is Dunkin’ Donuts planning to steal Starbucks’ thunder? We’ll sit down with Jon Luther, Dunkin' Donuts CEO.

Plus, if, as expected, Heavyweight Champion Lennox Lewis retires on Friday, what's ahead for a sport now so much in trouble? We’ll ask Larry Holmes, former Heavyweight champion.

And, from investment tips, to portfolio picks, get the names on the hot stocks that will make you money when Neil hosts a expert roundtable with John "Bradshaw" Layfield, author of "Have More Money Now"; Wayne Rogers of Wayne Rogers & Co., and Scott Bleier, president of

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More than just facts and figures, "Your World with Cavuto" gets to the heart of the matter with in-depth reporting from Dagen McDowell, FOX Business correspondent, and analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:

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