Published January 14, 2015
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Pharmaceutical giant Merck (search) pulls its arthritis drug Vioxx off the market amid signs the risks could dwarf the rewards.
The news was enough to knock the stuffing out of Merck's stock. Can the company mount a comeback? We'll ask Ray Gilmartin, chairman and CEO of Merck.
Plus, is this just an isolated issue? We'll be joined by FOX News medical consultant Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld.
After weeks of preparation, President Bush and Senator Kerry are finally set to meet in Miami for Thursday night's presidential debate. Former presidential candidate Rev. Al Sharpton predicts we'll see out of John Kerry tonight. And Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson shares his expectations of the president.
The financial fallout from the debates: How will investors react? Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch (search) has the word from the street.
Which candidate will get Wall Street's vote? We'll take the market's temperature with Gary B. Smith, columnist for Realmoney.com; Michael Murphy, managing director of trading at Wachovia Securities, and Stuart Varney, FOX Business News correspondent.
And, we'll be joined by former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres.
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