The flurry of new fighting in Iraq is about to bust this year's war budget. The Chairman of the Joint of Chiefs of Staff Gen. Richard Myers says the U.S. faces a $4 billion shortfall by late summer.
Who’s picking up the tab? We’ll ask Bill Kristol, editor of the Weekly Standard and Fox News contributor.
Pus, as bureaucrats hash out the costs and politics of the War on Terror, one cost is clear: The American public remains afraid to fly. How is the airline industry coping? We’ll be joined by JetBlue’s David Neeleman.
Did more upbeat earnings have investors leaving behind worries of a rate hike? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Scott Krenz, president, chairman and CEO of Juniper Networks; Eric Green, senior portfolio manager at Penn Capital Management; Tom Adkins of Remax Services, and Gregg Hymowitz, founder of Entrust Capital.
A grand jury indictment for child molestation means Michael Jackson will be back in the news and back in the headlines. But will he be back making money? Could all of this exposure actually help Jackson’s career? We’ll ask Samantha Chang, senior business and legal editor for Billboard magazine.
Sunoco, the Northeast's biggest oil refinery, misses Wall Street estimates. So why did investors shrug off the news? We’ll ask Jack Drosdick, chairman, president and CEO of Sunoco.
What’s feeding Yum Brands’ growth? We’ll talk earnings and expectations with the company’s chairman and CEO, David Novak.
Plus, we’ll go live to Manhattan’s West Side where the world’s largest cruise ship is docked and where Pam Conover, president of Cunard Lines, will join us.
And, a java giant’s latest project could have profits percolating. How you can make big bucks with Starbucks? (search) CEO Orrin Smith tells Neil on tonight’s edition of “Your World with Cavuto.”
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