She’s fought tough political battles. Now in Neil’s new book, former vice presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro (search) speaks out on winning the fight of her life.
As President Bush heads to Europe to secure more international support for Iraq, his first stop will be to one of the war's harshest critics, Pope John Paul II (search). Will the trip to the Vatican gain Catholic votes at home? We’ll ask Father Tom Reese, editor of America Magazine.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Don Hodges, co-portfolio manager of the Hodges Fund; Barry Ritholtz, market strategist for the Maxim Group, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.
As Iraq selects its interim government, we’ll examine what lies ahead: Former New York City top cop Bernark Kerik on the pitfalls we should watch; Business guru and Yale professor Jeff Sonnenfeld on the pitfalls of a rubberstamp board, and chief executive editor William Holstein on how a good CEO would play this transition.
Banco Popular – the largest bank in Puerto Rico – entered the U.S. market in 1996 and is expanding. But is the company worried too many banks may be a bad thing? We’ll ask Richard Carrion, chairman, president and CEO of Popular Inc.
Are cheaper prescription drugs closer than you think? We’ll ask Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., chairman of the Senate Health Committee.
Plus, think there are no jobs out there? Think again. We’ll review the findings of the latest Business Roundtable Economic Survey with Hank McKinnell, chairman of the Business Roundtable and the chairman and CEO of Pfizer.
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