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If estimates are correct, Hurricane Charley (search) will go down in history as the second costliest storm to hit the United States. What are companies doing to prepare financially?
We’ll ask Karen Clark, CEO of risk management giant AIR Worldwide, and James Benson, incoming president and CEO of John Hancock Insurance and author of "22 Keys to Sales Success.”
The price of oil has been skyrocketing, but prices at the pump haven’t. Why the disconnect? Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading weighs in.
Is there still time left for an election year rally? Greg Werlinich, president of Werlinich Asset Management, and Rob Stein, managing partner at Astor Asset Management, join the debate.
How was the U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team — packed with NBA stars — dismantled by the relatively unknown Puerto Rican squad? We’ll examine team dynamics with Jeffrey Sonnenfeld of the Yale School of Management.
And, the legendary Quincy Jones drops by the studio to tell us how he's not squandering his success.
Plus, summer is not over yet. But it sure feels like it at the movies. A box office hit is hard to find this time of year. Why are there such slim pickings? We’ll ask Paul Dergarabedian, president of Exhibitor Relations.
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