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In the face of massive protests, Lebanon's (search) pro-Syrian government announces that it will step down. The White House says it's watching this situation with great interest. Should Syria be worried? We'll ask Peter Brookes, former CIA officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

Plus, what lies ahead for Lebanon? We'll get reaction from Farid Abboud, Lebanon's ambassador to the United States.

It’s a blockbuster deal: Federated Department Stores (search) is buying rival May Department Stores. Meet the man behind the deal that will impact the way you shop and the prices you pay: Terry Lundgren, Federated's chairman, president and chief executive officer.

Plus, could a mega-merger in the retail industry make money for you? We'll get a read from Maria Fiorini Ramirez, president and CEO of Maria Fiorina Ramirez; Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com, and Mike Norman, founder of Economic Contrarian Update.

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