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Does Procter & Gamble's proposed takeover of Gillette (search) bode well for Wall Street, the U.S. economy and your portfolio? We'll investigate with David Darst, chief investment strategist at Morgan Stanley, and Meredith Whitney, executive director of CIBC World Markets.
Plus, which companies are ripe for merger mania? We'll peer into the future with Eric Green, senior portfolio manager at Penn Capital Management; Mike Norman, founder and publisher of Economic Contrarian Update, and Tobin Smith, president and founder of ChangeWave Research.
Is the extreme right wing taking over the Republican Party? We'll ask former New Jersey Gov. Christie Todd Whitman, author of "It's My Party Too."
With the deep freeze of winter in full swing and Iraq on the verge of elections, what's next for oil? We'll ask Agbeli Ameko, managing partner at Enercast.
Plus, put it out, or pack up? That's what employees of Michigan-based WEYCO, Inc. are facing: no smoking at work, or at home. Is that fair? We'll ask Howard Weyers, CEO and founder of WEYCO and David Houston, WEYCO general counsel.
And, why have Sen. Ted Kennedy's latest comments on Iraq got Winston S. Churchill, grandson of the former British prime minister, so upset? We'll ask him.
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