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Authorities are investigating who was behind an early morning explosion in New York City (search). The attack has some people worrying. What if this were better planned or better executed? Could the outcome have been decidedly different? We get some insight from Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, former Israeli prime minister.
Attacks don't have to be sophisticated to be deadly. How prepared are we? We ask former NYPD Commissioner Howard Safir.
General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co., the two biggest U.S. automakers, are hit extremely hard with downgrades on Wall Street. When American icons turn junk, is it time to turn away from stocks? We ask the experts: Anthony Chan, managing director and senior economist at JP Morgan Asset Management; David Darst, chief investment strategist at Morgan Stanley; Tom Adkins, founder of CommonConservative.com; and Meredith Whitney, the executive director of CIBC World Markets.
President Bush is fighting to get Americans behind his push to overhaul Social Security (search), but has the under 30 crowd tuned him out? Are young workers ticked off? Or are they happy? Do they even care about Social Security? We find out from Ben Ferguson, 23, conservative radio talk show host; Eric Hoplin, 26, chairman of the College Republican National Committee; Hans Reimer, 32, and Jehmu Greene, 32, of the Rock the Vote Foundation.
Some CEOs may look like they should be enjoying the benefits of retirement, but they're all heads of some of our most powerful companies. Is staying in the working world longer a new trend? We ask Bill Holstein, editor-in-chief of Chief Executive Magazine.
What new products will help Playboy break out? We find out from Christie Hefner, the chairman and CEO of Playboy Enterprises Inc.
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"Your World with Neil Cavuto" offers news and insight on Wall Street and other market activities, while wrapping up the business news of the day. Named "the best interviewer in broadcast business news" by The Journalist and Financial Reporter, Neil Cavuto identifies why and how events happen.
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