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Though the Fiscal Cliff deadline is around the corner, Principal Global Investors' Bob Baur says any damage will not be fundamental to the economy.
ESPN's sports monopoly might be in Jeopardy, as Fox transforms it's auto-racing channel Speed into Fox Sports 1, an all-sports network.
Retail giants Target and Neiman Marcus are bridging gaps in consumer markets this Holiday season, with a limited line of houseware, gifts, and clothing.
Washington is still struggling to reach a Fiscal Cliff deal. Delaware Governor Jack Markell discusses the cliff's implications.
With the clock winding down to the Fiscal Cliff deadline, CEOs across the US launched the Fix the Debt Campaign to send a message to Capitol Hill.
Jill Malandrino of TheStreet.com explains why the special one time dividends corporations are paying out may not be as special as they are cracked up to be.
Ford CEO shares company plans for competing with the likes of BMW and Mercedes Benz.
Investment Strategist Jeff Saut shares his thoughts about stocks, gold and equities.
Business motivator Lou Heckler on success and having a sense of humor.
Haverford Trust's Hank Smith thinks the economy and stock market will climb higher in 2013 regardless of the looming Fiscal Cliff.