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Why did Microsoft (search) settle a long-running lawsuit with a bitter rival? We'll get the details from Realnetworks CEO Rob Glaser.

How is Wall Street weathering a multitude of natural disasters? We'll take the market's temperature with Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com; Keith Wirtz, president and CIO of Fifth Third Asset Management, and Gene Henssler, president and CIO of the Henssler Group.

Americans have been getting stuck with high gas prices for months. Is it time to stick it to the oil companies? We'll get a fair and balanced debate.

Just how personal will companies get with your medical history? We'll ask Harriet Pearson, IBM's chief privacy officer.

Plus, from the war in Iraq to the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast (search), is there enough cash in the coffers to cover the government's expenditures? We'll ask Rep. John Linder, R-Ga., co-author of "The Fairtax Book."

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About the Show

"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.

"We bring the most influential players in the business world to our viewers, offering insights on the day's news and the market's broader trends," said Cavuto. "This is business news that matters — information we need to know to make the right choices."

More than just facts and figures, "Your World with Cavuto" gets to the heart of the matter with in-depth reporting from Dagen McDowell, FOX Business correspondent, and analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:

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Brenda Buttner, host of "Bulls & Bears"
David Asman, host of "Forbes on FOX"
Stuart Varney, FOX Business News contributor

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