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As earnings season heats up, investors are busy grading report cards coming from corporate America.
General Motors' (search) CFO John Devine talks earnings and expectations on tonight's edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
Thousands of protesters are expected to fill the streets of Washington, D.C., Thursday to protest President Bush's inauguration. Are they being un-American, or simply exercising their rights? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Mo Alem, of the D.C. Anti-War Network, and Kristinn Taylor, co-leader of the D.C. chapter of Free Republic.
Is Wall Street's wind at the president's back as he kicks off a second term? We'll take the market's temperature with Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors; Robert Maltbie, portfolio manager at Millennium Asset Management; Jeff Birnbaum, columnist for The Washington Post, and Ray Lucia, author of "Buckets of Money."
You've heard about investing in good causes? How about investing in bad diseases?
Harold E. Doley Jr., founder and president of Doley Securities Incorporated, and Sam Katz, CEO of WellSpring BioCapital Partners, explain.
Plus, meet the head of the first Hispanic-owned company to be recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the 100 best companies to work for. Richard Carrion, chairman and CEO of Popular, Inc., joins us.
And, comic legend Jerry Lewis is back and doing better than ever: beating back pain, releasing a new DVD collection and receiving a lifetime achievement award. How does it feel to be honored? We'll ask him.
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