In like a lion, out like a lamb? As Wall Street moves into March, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Muriel Siebert, chairwoman of Siebert and Company, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder Of MAXFunds.com.
Wonder what it's like to never show up for work and still get paid? Dominick Ianno, executive director of the Massachusetts Republican Party, says ask Sen. John Kerry. When elected officials take time off to run for a new office, should the taxpayer have to keep paying their salaries?
With increasing numbers of U.S. troops arriving in Haiti, is this a sign that the United States is spreading our military too thin? We’ll ask former Secretary of State General Al Haig.
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer decides to take action against Dick Grasso and his big paycheck. But should the former head of the New York Stock Exchange be forced to give his compensation back? We’ll ask Samuel Lek, CEO of Lek Securities Corporation.
Plus, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Ara Hovnanian, CEO of Hovnanian Enterprises.
And, it’s one down and four to go for the domestic diva. With the most serious charge thrown out and closing arguments set to begin, could the rest of Martha Stewart’s case be a cakewalk? Elizabeth MacDonald, senior editor with Forbes magazine, and Kathy Boyle, president of Chapin Hill Advisors, join the debate.
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