Topics and Guests for February 23

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With less than two weeks to go before Martha Stewart (search) is released from prison, Martha Stewart Living CEO Susan Lyne joins us to talk earnings and expectations.

Could business schools be to blame for the recent influx of corporate scandals? We'll ask Craig Mitnick, FOX News legal analyst and criminal defense attorney, and Dr. James Bailey, professor of organizational behavior and development at George Washington University

Plus, who says inflation is a major concern? We'll take the market's temperature with Peter Cardillo, chief market analyst at S.W. Bach & Co.; Ben Boissevain, managing partner at Agile Equity, and Scott Bleier, founder and president of Hybrid Investors.

And, get the inside scoop on the insider trading probe around Howard Stern's (search) move to Sirius Satellite Radio. The man at the center of the storm — gossip columnist Chaunce Hayden — is talking to regulators today and then talking to "Your World."

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