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A jury convicts Dennis Kozlowski (search) and Tyco's former finance chief, Mark H. Swartz, of looting nearly $600 million from the company to finance lifestyles of kingly opulence. They face up to 30 years in prison.
Does the punishment fit the crime? We'll get insight from Barry Minkow, co-founder of the Fraud Discovery Institute and author of "Cleaning Up."
Plus, does the conviction have Enron's Bernie Ebbers shaking in his boots? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Lis Wiehl, FOX News legal analyst, and Paul Rosenzweig, senior legal research fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Is there relief in sight from sky-high oil prices? We'll ask Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading.
Plus, can Wall Street withstand these oil prices much longer? We'll take the market's temperature with Meredith Whitney, executive director of CIBC World Markets; Joe Keating, chief investment officer at AmSouth Asset Management, and Barry Ritholtz, market strategist at the Maxim Group.
Think you have to give up your favorite foods to lose pounds? Think again. Sosa Whaley ate McDonald's for 60 days straight and joins us to review the results.
Why is PETA (search) on the defensive? PETA spokeswoman Lisa Lange responds.
Plus, does a lack of creativity in Hollywood explain this year's low box office numbers? Christy Lemire, entertainment correspondent for the Associated Press, and George Schlatter, executive producer of George Schlatter Productions, join the debate.
And, are you ready for a boxing match between a man and a woman? Former Heavyweight Champion Larry Holmes weighs in.
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