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Hike taxes? Privatize the program? Raise the retirement age? Cut benefits from the rich? There are a lot of ideas to fix Social Security (search) and lots of objections. Who is really going to pay to reform the program? We'll ask Andy Card, White House chief of staff, and Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J.
How is Wall Street reacting to the president's proposal for Social Security reform? We'll take the market's temperature with Andrew McKelvey, chairman and CEO of Monster Worldwide; Ken Tower, technical strategist at CyberTrader, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.
In the first of report of his Oil-for-Food (search) investigation, Paul Volcker blasts United Nations management for its handling of the $60 billion program. We'll ask Rep. Scott Garrett, R-N.J., why he thinks this is all proof we need to get rid of the U.N. once and for all.
Should we look to the pharmaceutical industry to solve America's obesity (search) epidemic? We'll ask Franz Humer, CEO of Roche Holdings, maker of XENICAL.
Plus, we'll ask Carl Pascarella, CEO of VISA USA, why he's banking on the Super Bowl to boost his company's bottom line.
And, we'll talk earnings and expectations with Mike Jackson, CEO of AutoNation.
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