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America Online (search) — the once vaunted company turned merger joke — is no longer the prettiest girl at the dance. Google, Yahoo! Comcast and others are reportedly lining up for a minority stake.
Why does everyone want a piece of AOL? We'll ask Mike Norman, founder and publisher of Economic Contrarian Update; Stuart Varney, FOX Business News contributor, and Dr. Bob Froehlich, chief investment strategist at Deutsche Asset Management.
Could avian flu change the way that we work? We'll ask labor expert John Challenger, CEO of Challenger Gray & Christmas.
Can White House economic gurus hammer out U.S. disagreements with China? We'll get insight from Christopher Cox, chairman of the Securities & Exchange Commission.
How concerned should be about high heating bills this winter? We'll be joined by Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading.
Plus, President Bush could pick Alan Greenspan's (search) replacement within a matter of weeks. We'll handicap the possible frontrunners with Mesirow Financial's Diane Swonk.
All that and more when Neil hosts tonight's edition of "Your World," live from Chicago!
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