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FOX Business
Nov 12, 2013 5:00pm EST
there. melissa: george, is this a stunt? do you guys have, is there a political message behind this? are you trying to get people to sign up for your own business? there has to be, the show is called money. there has to be a profit motive in there somewhere. >> absolutely not. is not a stunt. we're hoping people find the right health care plan for them. it is about taking options out there and making them really accessible to people find the right plan, the one that works for them or their family. no stunts involved. no ulterior or secret motive. >> michael, i blogged on to the -- i logged on to the site. i tried for florida, because i live in new york where you aren't able to use your sites. in florida it was very straightforward. plugged in a zip code. talked about a specific person, right away different plans with prices came up that i could look at and click through and purchase. i went to the healthcare.gov. didn't have the same success. what do you think government has done wrong with their website that you have done right? >> well so you know i think we have a lost ability to
FOX Business
Jun 27, 2013 5:00pm EDT
pension costs are dwarfing the state's annual revenues. we have details of the report. plus, george zimmer is the latest in a line of founders ousted from a company that they started. revenge is a dish desk -- best served in a three piece suit. it is all the word on the street. more "money" coming up. ♪ ♪ melissa: so, if you have been following the case, and as global, you know that his firm somehow misplaced mmre than a billion dollars of customer money. not exactly chump change. the commodities futures trading commission charged and today and critics say that the charges should that included fraud. but charlie gasparino put the cf t c commissioner onnthe spot about it earlier and got pretty heated, if you missed it. watch this. >> reporter: the one word that i have not seen that you guys put out is a word fraud. are you guys charging jon corzine with civil fraud? >> no. we are charging him with is a violation of the law with regard to segregated funds. segregated funds our customer money. >> reporter: and know that. >> that money is supposed to be sacrosanct. it is a violation
FOX Business
Apr 10, 2013 12:00am EDT
can trust when it comes to power and money. we're joined by george shultz and fox business's adam shapiro. george, start with that question of the auditor? >> who can you trust? i think no one these days. melissa: that's what it feels like. that's what investors out there are saying. is that really the truth or is this one bad apple? >> i think with kpmg i think it is one bad apple. kpmg put out a release, this is one of 22,000 partners. melissa: 22,000 employees or 22,000 partners. >> 22,000 partners. one person, bad apple. sometimes things like this can happen. person resigned. kpmg withdraw their opinion but still a real business under it all. temporary setback. melissa: adam? >> i agree a lot of investors question who do you trust. this is another message wall street will ignore. it has a real public relations problem. you and me, people put money in 401(k)s, do not trust the people, whether auditors or credit rating agencies or firms actually handling our transaction. this is huge and they're going to kill the goose that lays the golden egg if they don't have comeuppance. mel
FOX Business
Jan 7, 2014 5:00pm EST
well. george, get right to it. i love you're turning the freezing weather into cold hard cash. tell us about the business and why the cold is helping you. >> we are exploding. we're doing all deliveries all day until 10:00 at night. people just stay home and call us and to deliver their food. melissa: have you hired extra delivery people and are they absolutely furious with you you're sending them out to deliver food in the freezing cold? >> they're not furious. they're making money. but i did hire three more guys. to accommodate our business. melissa: do you have to pay them extra? what do you do to convince them to go? >> no. tips are paying themselves. they're doing pretty good with tips. melissa: how much more would you say you're making through the cold weather? how much of a boom is it for you? >> our deliveries weren't up about 60%. melissa: wow. what does that represent for you about? >> couple thousand dollars more a day. melissa: nice. do you, and now are you concerned about your employees at all? what are you doing to help them kind of stay warm through all of this? >> th
FOX Business
Dec 3, 2014 2:00pm EST
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FOX Business
May 14, 2015 2:00pm EDT
the house next week. melissa: let's get ethical. if the 2016 election were held this week george w. bush hold as slight edge to hillary clinton in one "fox news poll". one race she might want to loose, she tops the list of being the least ethical of all politicians out there. she beats chris christie, sense of public not known for ethics fair or not, after what happened with "bridgegate." todd starnes, what do you think? >> i'm shocked, shocked i tell you melissa francis. most trustworthy are huckabee on the list. huckabee, he really doesn't have a chance. do not discount mike huckabee in what is going to happen in the presidential race. i think that trustworthiness. people will be looking for that, and that could be a strong suit for next republican. melissa: are you kidding me? he doesn't have a shot! >> i think he does. >> the huckabee number goes to how trustworthy fox news personalities are. melissa: stop pandering. issue at hand. what do you think of the idea of jeb bush and hillary clinton neck-and-neck right now? >> i think it has to make democrats nervous because she has b
FOX Business
Oct 29, 2014 2:00pm EDT
crimea had george w. bush been president of the united states? no! even putin is smart enough to know bush would have punched him in the nose within ten seconds [ laughter ] . melissa: i like him in the half zip. do you think this is hitting home or what do you think? >> i think the republicans are just as weak on foreign policy, and in fact there's real world experience to look at during the bush administration's so-called war on terror? we see where that left us. unfortunately the republicans don't have a viable alternative to the democrats weakness. >> i'm going to disagree with that. >> isis was not controlling iraq back when george bush was -- i'm not saying george bush was perfect, far from it. terrorists weren't in control of the world. >> republicans want someone who is tough, obama draws lines in the sand and putin walks over it. this is a huge advantage for republicans, people feel nobody is in charge. >> how come the poll is not reflecting that? >> because. who knows -- they're not weighted average, not like you're giving a weighted average in california and new york. they
FOX Business
May 31, 2013 5:00pm EDT
inside this is one paragraph, well, they are giving less than $30 billion a year. george soros, the liberal, spends $100 million per year. that warranted one paid -- one paragraph in the new yorker, but the koch brothers spending far less warranted 10,000 words. >> i'm not one to talk. i have to say that up front. listen, again, if it was george sorus stepping up, i would be lying to you if i did not say would be a little more comfortable giving my own grounding, but you would have an absolutely legitimate argument. when you have somebody who gives that much money to the political system, political candidates, you do have to question the independent journalism. dennis: journalism has never been independent anyway. everything has a point of view, and that is fine as long as you reveal a point of view. thank you for being with us. up next, sony, verizon, microsoft. it the opportunity of a lifetime. split themselves up. why investors cannot afford to wait. plus, smelling blood in the water. the new ad campaign directly targets teens. that is what they always say. it will open up anothe
FOX Business
Feb 18, 2014 2:00pm EST
. rbc wealth management senior vice president george gerald knows precious metals more than just about anybody. one of the reasons this has happened is india raised its tax on gold. >> correct. adam: but there are a lot of people saying that the big consumption of gold within china indicates people there are freaked about their own economy collapsing. >> yes, they are. and also, of course, there was that bank of japan lending program that was announced over the weekend. adam: yes, over the weekend. >> so you have this divergence in gold that con founded a lot of traders last friday when gold rose quite a bit, up $14 at the end while the stock market had triple doubling psychiatry gains. adam: that's what i want to ask you about. it usually means people are worried about an economy. we have people trying to figure out where to put their investments, and out used to be in gold was going up, you want to get out of stocks, but that's not the case. >> no, it isn't. gold is trading on its own. gold for a long time has been a misunderstood asset. and then, of course, last year with the large
FOX Business
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
advisor to president george w. bush karl rove. thank you so much for coming back on the show, carl. >> you bet. thank you for having me. melissa: the big question, does it all translate into votes? what do you think? >> typically a strong debate performance in the first debate does translate into a an improvement in the numbers for a particularly for a challenger. how big a an improvement depends upon the arc of the entire debate series. we won't know exactly until the final debate. if you look at it in seven out of the last nine presidential debates series, the challenger party has benefited, the incumbent party benefited in two of nine. how big the advantage gets to be depends upon the arc of the entire debate performance but the first sets tone. i think the tone was set quite well by governor romney last night in his campaign. melissa: what do you think he has to do in the second debate? has he now raised the bar so high? people that support him are so jazzed how he did but does you have to come out blazing again? >> he has to come out and give another good debate performance. i
FOX Business
Apr 22, 2015 2:00pm EDT
stock exchange, had amateur boxing fight. went against george for man, jr., george frazier, jr. joe grano who ran ubs. went against another championship fighter. movies at one point. grano took it seriously and went after breland. he had to smack him and hurt him. melissa: we've got to go. thanks to all of you. we have breaking news right now. south necessary flight from chicago to hartford, connecticut diverted to buffalo after the crew reported pressurization problems. the flight did land safely. a number of passengers lost consciousness before landing. can you imagine how scary that was? we'll bring you latest as soon as we get it. >>> fighting isis at home. three reports of homegrown terror over three days. our next guest knows why this is happening and how we can stop it. >>> plus, giving amazon a run for its money. you won't believe why the postal service is planning for its latest plea. more "money" coming up. ♪ melissa: homegrown terrorists still pose as huge threat to the united states. there are three reports of americans trying to join isis in just as many days. our nex
FOX Business
Oct 17, 2012 12:00am EDT
the 1980 republican primary george bush had momt against ronald reagan, until in the debate in new hampshire, there was a moment where reagan looked strong. >> i a paying for this microphone. >> that moment helped change the campaign. >> some o some of them you can . >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull, lipstick. >> other ones, youot to depend on your candidate seizing a moment you didn't expect t happen. >> there you go again. >> most moments so far this election have been poorly phrased comments. >> if you've got a business, you didn't build that. somedy else made that happen. >> i like being able to fire people that provide services to me. >> they'll put y'all back in chains. >> the media call those gaffes, but often the media don't know. when ed musky lost the'072 primary because he looked like he teared up defending his wife, everyone said candidates can't career, because that's week, but then in 08 hillarylinton cried. >> you know, i have so many opportunities from this country. >> she began to tear up. >> don't want to fl back
FOX Business
Sep 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
election. the question without a doubt, we are not as well as off as we were before george bush brought us the bush job losses bush recession, bush deficit. a lot what you were saying. i wonder, republicans respond, you know what? i didn't like him either. last time i checked he is not running either. saying bush is to blame, does that get you any traction with average voter? i doesn't want him. i want someone else entirely. >> that is a good argument but if you look at the polls and ask people who is to blame for our economic predictment, the answers now is still number one the republican-led majority in the congress and secondly, then you go on to bankers and you go into corporate america. but undo the way it is about 50% of americans still blame george w. bush. 30% in those polls point to barack obama. so it is a problem for republicans because there is a bush hangover. melissa: it is although if you look at the last question in the poll from "the hill" we're talking about, based solely on job performance does president obama deserve to be reelected? 54%, vast majority say no. so how
FOX Business
Jan 4, 2013 12:00am EST
. john: one of the stories citizen journalists broke, dan rather and george brush. >> cbs had a big scoop that dan rather bought out, and it was supposed to be memos from george w. bush's time in that texas international garda suggested he was away without leave. john: used in tustin not serve. >> that's basically the gist of it. kind of familiar, and someone typed in and said the fall settings of microsoft word and it looked exactly the same. i don't think they had microsoft word back in 1970's. the fund did not exist. it was fake. embarrassed. unbelieving and being exiled to wherever the hell he is now. pretty much a major blow to what i think ten years earlier would have been an area of adelle attraction. john: with that merited bush mit not have been elected. and monitor lewinsky likewise. newsweek had it but would not run it. >> that's right. it was spiked. the story leaked, but that was enough to break loose and get out there. they could not to the gate keeping any more. >> i look at these comparisons. getting huge numbers of viewers. and here, you're successful. 90 million, a
FOX Business
Jun 14, 2013 12:00am EDT
americans baak to w work. let's make sure that george kane does not haveo save you from a building. >> o of the main arguments made by the founders against king george is tt hend the illegal immigration to the country. americans founders sought emigration a aromise tha anyone could come here. john: holding the declarati of inpendce. you can get them freed. than you. th that in mind i should say that i would not be here today. today's immigration laws are in effect when my prents came here. that is next. ♪ ♪ john: i sure hope that congress is new emigration proposal will do some good because whenever you think the rules should be, it isot good for america when millions of people live here ii secret. that means they don't report crimes to police, oftenon't pay taxes. the neighborhoods where lots of people have no papers,t's easier for criminals to he their let bring the illegals out of the shadows. in sayg that, though, i coradict onef my heroes,he great ecomist milton friedman who once said of mexican immigration, it is better ift is illegal because as lon as it is illlgal for peoeopl
FOX Business
Oct 8, 2013 12:00am EDT
george clooney and sandra bullock sustained in their space suits would rupture the real sense that we wear. again, to make the story more dramatic they're going through generations that would cause ourselves to fail, but i will give them that. the rest of the surroundings, the backdrop, so compellingly realistic. melissa: i love that. thank you for coming on. >> to thumbs-up. melissa: okay. so now you heard it straight from a nasa astronaut. does any of this matter when you are shelling out your hard-earned money for this movie? let's ask our "money" marketing guru. bruce, what do you think about that? does it matter how realistic? i think that it does. people want the experience like the are really the astronauts, and if you have scientists out there saying that this is crap it diminishes the movie. >> i tell you what, when i saw the wizard of oz it was so inaccurate. i mean, have you ever seen flying monkeys? come on. come on. nobody cared. melissa: but you're not going to see the wizard of oz because you want to know what it is like to be a wage. you're going to see is because you
FOX Business
Mar 25, 2015 2:00pm EDT
. along with brad blakeman, former senior staff member under president george w. bush. we also have james freeman from the "wall street journal." what kills me about this story is not necessarily the fact that you have federal workers who didn't pay their taxes because people out there also not paying their taxes. it is how inefficient the government is that all they would have to do is garnish their paycheck. like you have the money that they owe you. and instead you give it to them and don't give it back to you. am i being too hard on government, mr. blakeman? >> you are not being too hard. it is mind-boggling. melissa: so easy for them to get money. they're the ones paying these workers. >> no question. to even think somebody would do that to work for the government, and think they could do that when the ordinary citizen could not is absolutely unconscionable. >> when the irs is part of the problem. they're the ones that told us about it, but irs workers are among those who are not paying. by the way enter ted cruz and his tax reform program. he comes out, after he announces, it was ye
FOX Business
Feb 19, 2013 5:00pm EST
, thank you. sandra: coming up on "money", george clooney has nothing on these guys. thieves pull off one of the most daring diamond heists in history at brussels airport. the latest on the international manhunt to find them coming up. you can never have too much money or too many diamond. ♪ it's a new day. if your a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your doctor if they occur. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and mecations. do not use if you have prostate or breast cancer. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; worsening prostate symptoms; decreased sperm count
FOX Business
Jul 19, 2013 5:00pm EDT
: maybe he will make a fortune anyway and have the last laugh. some thoughts on george zimmerman's verdicttand the american past time. >> what a week of aftermath starting with the george zimmerman verdict and then major league baseball all-star game, there they were, playing america's pastime crammed to the rafters. that makes the headlines for about a baseball group causing trouble, we can call it writing, but it was just vandals. what do you make of all of this? what i made out of it was most of us want to get along, 42,000 people, and millions at home were giving a standing ovation to rivera giving him their praise and admiration. they just saw a good man. you may not know it, but rivera has put up a number of schools and churches around the country. it was nice to see people come together and recognize him for the content of his character and also his pitching ability. melissa: be sure to watch the tom sullivan show. thanks to both a few, have a terrific friday and a terrific weekend, we will see you back here on monday. >> hello, everybody. tonight on "the willis report." a d
FOX Business
Dec 18, 2013 5:00pm EST
numbers. unitedhealthcare. [laughter] melissa: this would have solved all of george's problems. think about never having to carry cash or credit card ever again. a new company coin, is making that a reality with its new digital wallet. it can hold everything you have in your wallet right now, with one plastic device but how safe is it? tech know buffalo's todd hazelton is here to tell us if it is worth the risk. before i try to shoot holes in this let's tell everyone what it is and how it works. >> at its very simplest it is about the size after credit card, maybe a little fatter. it uses bluetooth to communicate with your phone and takes picture of existing club cards and credit cards. melissa: with your phone you take the picture. >> exactly. loads all the information into this device so you can leave your wallet at home theoretically, take this to any store or restaurant anywhere. melissa: there is little button on it to pay through with amex or this. even gift cards you can put on here and then you swipe it. >> right. melissa: problem number one, so i lose everything in one
FOX Business
Jan 15, 2014 5:00pm EST
enjoyed it very much. melissa: one of these was pepsi, could you tell? george, let me ask you, why it does the shape to glass, what does it do to the beverage to make it better? >> the temperature. it is important you enjoy the coke as the ideal temperature, the ideal temperature is about 34-36 degrees fahrenheit. the ice cube guarantees you get to enjoy coca-cola at the right temperature. melissa: how many of these do you think you're going to sell, george? >> it is too new to say. we are very ambitious, we want to sell a lot of it. melissa: we will drink the rest during the commercial. thank you for being our taster. >> anytime. melissa: who made and lost money today? this guy cannot get any luck. thanks to a court ruling that could change the face of online media. you can never have too much money or too much coca-cola. if you've got copd like me... ...hey breathing's hard. know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled pd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easi
FOX Business
Sep 29, 2014 2:00pm EDT
with doug shorenstein next. and what gifts did george clooney and his new bride give to their guests? aren't you dying to know? trust me, it is not what you think. you can never have too much clooney. ♪ ♪ know that chasing performance can mean lower returns and fewer choices in retirement. know that proper allocation could help increase returns so you can enjoy that second home sooner. know the right financial planning can help you save for college and retirement. know where you stand with pnc total insight. a new investing and banking experience with personalized guidance and online tools. visit a branch, call or go online today. when folks think about wthey think salmon and energy. but the energy bp produces up here creates something else as well: jobs all over america. engineering and innovation jobs. advanced safety systems & technology. shipping and manufacturing. across the united states, bp supports more than a quarter million jobs. when we set up operation in one part of the country, people in other parts go to work. that's not a coincidence. it's one more part of
FOX Business
Feb 13, 2013 5:00pm EST
is another. i was just as upset when george w. bush went the executive orders all over the place and i remember a lot of my democratic colleagues being very, very upset wanting to impeach george w. bush. i didn't like it when he did it. hey, i don't like it if this president goes down that road. melissa: how do you battle back against something like that? >> what you can do, ask congress. he pros pod a -- proposed a bill to promulgate greenhouse gas standards without congress stepping in. we stepped up to the plate. said no that will not happen. passed legislation on the house side to reign that in. there is point i happen to believe climate change is here and very, very real. see that in my home state of oregon. but it is not, the president's jurisdiction in a constitutional democracy, a republican like we have, to unilaterally make these decisions without direction from the american people. we represent the american people as congress. melissa: you have to wonder about implications of some of the other ideas he put on the table with respect to energy one is which the energy sec
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2013 12:00am EST
. his never were. - hello, hello. - didn't you bring them, george? - i thought you were going to. - no, no. i brought them last time. - you are right. [laughs] i forgot! all right, all right. woman: i used to wonder, why would a jew, a christian, and a muslim ever get together? both: it was him! woman: and then i finally got it. they had a lot more in common than doughnuts. - ♪ love can build a bridge - ♪ oh, love and only love - ♪ between your heart and mine ♪ - ♪ between your heart and mine ♪ male announcer: a message from the foundation for a better life. john: 100 million people will die because of global warming. according to a recenstudy of an environmental group. for 18 years of low-cost over $100 trillion. the report got plenty of news coverage. 100 million deaths should. are we going to die? yes. probably not from global warming. bjorn lomborg worries about air pollution and global warming but says the coverage is junk science? >> it is and very harmful. it tells us 5 million people will die every year because of global warming. they fail to say it has nothing to d
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2013 12:00am EST
george w. bush, but they don't love barack obama either. john: a lot say we don't want sarah palin, she doesn't get it. some are skeptical that people like glenn back and he libertarian later on the show coming on air saying that we must reject the efforts and make it clear that we are not on the same team. >> i understand when somebody says, you know, i move in your direction. why would you instead of embracing them, why did i say that we don't want to? i will give you this information [laughter] >> whoever's going to join me, not like i need to create a litmus test that they need to pass. because there might be non-libertarian datacom a data, log on westerberg is well in washington dc. and i think that americans understand that you go bit by bit in your oligarch everywhere and you should be on politics and policy as well. so glenn beck wants to go full libertarian, okay. john: thank you both for coming today. if you'd like to keep this conversation going, please go on social media, facebook, twitter, uses hash tag to let people know what you think. and celebrities who have revealed th
FOX Business
Jun 7, 2013 12:00am EDT
used these drugs go to to be presidt. current president. before the curb know preside, george w. bush. bill clinton, all of thoughuys have used illegal drugs at some point in their life. john: all we know for sure, is that theysed weed and maybe dabbled in cocaine, in a couple cases. the message now is tha crack, and meth, it gets worse, and it those are just, they automatically hook you. >> same thing was said about marijuana, in930s, peopl said, you go on to use this drug, you go to commit murder, and use heroine. a reason that it was aowed to happen there were few people who used marijuana. the same is true when w think of drugs like crack coke, and methamphetamine. not as many people use those drugs, so theest are the stories, can be made up about the drugs. because, people do not know. but, i have given thousands of doses of these drugs in my study, and i am her here to telu that the public has been misled. john: in your laboratory? you get the drugs legally. they let have you them, and you advertise? and bring users in, you recreate absolutely. >> we jump through levels of appro
FOX Business
Apr 1, 2015 2:00pm EDT
to plead for help from other arab allies. he is a former deputy secretary of defense under george w. bush. thank you for joining us. >> good to be here. melissa: what do you think of this situation? >> it is a mess. you have to the rebels in the north that are getting some support from iran. basically kicked out of the country. you have al qaeda. you have the islamic states. you have the saudi led operation in the countries. it is the poorest country in the middle east that serious problems before this happened. melissa: you served in the cia. we have lost their visibility into what is going on. do you feel like we have a choice? >> i am sure that our special forces are well loved and to leave and they only left when they are told. they were told that there is a serious danger there. you will lose some information because you are not on the ground. we are not completely blind. working with partners that are operating there. we do not have a good sense of what is going on. melissa: the threat of selling over has fostered this coalition now. nine other countries in the region. also ag
FOX Business
Feb 15, 2013 12:00am EST
and george washington said 800 words, obama is several thousand. that depresses me. are their younger members of congress to give you hope? >> yes, certainly, the numbers aren't great to but six thirds of that will do a good job that is more than the years when i was there. that is encouraging. john: you have endorsed a few. >> yes comet it is a good start. we do need more but after tostening to a speech likeing that you should be convincedat there will not quit before there is a calamity but that doesn't mean we shouldn't try to change their minds but to think in two years we have more members of congress and by and they come to our senses to vote against the largess and bring troops home and a repeal the president fromer manassas -- assassinating citizens and will not happen.but there be a crisis with a decision made by the people right now they're in college we have been maligned but we could solve some problems but right now will not be a gradual but we will have a financial crisis that will be very serious. john: the answer is in the>> the constitution.rs. it is so thin y
FOX Business
Sep 1, 2012 12:00am EDT
about being successful? george washington was one of the wealthiest and worth of more than half a billion of today's dollars. the kennedys inherited their money but there is no criticism of them. also between six and 11 million is his net worth. why aren't refocusing who can best solve the nation's problems? unless you are bill gates somebody has more money than you. you don't want someone unsuccessful you want someone if they can relate to you. adam: be sure to watch "the tom sullivan show" 10:00 p.m. saturday and sunday.
FOX Business
Jul 31, 2013 12:00am EDT
administration really doctor george wbush made a very small commitment to move forward with meth tape hydrate perimentation and that continues to be the case. the reason as ste pointed out the price of natural gas in the u.s. let's face it north dakota bakken shale oil drillers are flaring $100 million of natural gas a month. a third that they produce with their oil they are extracting. >> yeah. >> that flaring you can see from outer space and emitting green house gases equivalent to one million cars. so the idea that you can hve a preventative intervention and extract hydrates basically, you need to look at geologic history a little bit. ere's been some huge releases of methane, pretty much all at once when subsea landslide through natural processes became die stablized or mud volcanoes as they're called and release ad huge amount of methane into the atmosphere. we are not in a situation where we induce somhing like t to happen. melissa: absolutely. gentlemen, we've got to leave it there. thanks to both of you. we appreciate your time. >> thank you. >> thank you. melissa: i likehat.
FOX Business
Jul 17, 2013 5:00pm EDT
george zimmerman trial nixing plans to write about the case. it would not get a first time a jerk had to cash in on the widely watched trial which raises the question should jurors be able to profit from criminal trials? maybe professional jurors are the way to go? welcome to the show. in my mind when you read about these jurors coming out and potentially writing books, it doesn't happen in this case, just one that was thinking about it and reportedly isn't now, but wthis unit in the case of o.j. simpson and in many cases that to me it makes a jurors think twice about having a controversial verdict so there's more interest and later they can profit from a book where they talk about the discussions that went on or how they got to that controversial verdict. isn't that a problem? >> is it a problem? sure, is a problem, but we need to make another law in curbing somebody's first amendment right? i find it fascinating watching what goes through a jurors mind finding these people not uilty. those type of things are important for the general public to know what goes on in the back room, what i
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2013 12:00am EDT
independent thinking. to blindly follow any new rou from warren buffett to george soros to carl icahn is the epitome of second kendis when it comes to the stock-market. you have to take responsibility for your own money which means making your own decisions. charles: and warren buffett is in a position now, heas always been a long, long, long term, but he is a position where you can beat ron furlong amount ofm. the average person may not be okay to be wrong for two or three years. >> and he is wrong all the time. as most investors are. he's a wonderful investor. i can remember very acutely back to late 1990's. he basically missed the entire internet run-up in technology stock run-up. one guy with one opinion. warren buffet is 80 years old. my grandfather is 80. we don't even let him use the remote control, let alone pick stocks for portfolio. with all respect, people need to make their own decision. charles: you are cold-blooded. the me tell you, let's go for some of these ideas. less talk about some of the things that are new or that he has added to his portfolio. suncor. a lot of peopl
FOX Business
Mar 29, 2013 12:00am EDT
$100,000 cost. so can justin bieber. george clooney bought this car for 100 grand but sold it back to the company. maybe because it only goes 30 miles before it needs to recharge. still, electric cars just appeal to people. they give off no emissions. that is why they're a great alternative to oil burning cars. so says brian wynne. part of the electric drive transportation association an electric car lobbying group. bjorn lomborg is back because he is skkptical. a dirty secret? what? >> john, they don't emit any co2 on the road, but once you produce them, they emit a lot of co2 because a lot of energy goes into the production, especially the battery. half of all the emissions coming out of the electric car have already been emitted when you buy it. john: like 30,000 pounds of carbon monoxide making the car is less than half of that for an ordinary car. >> exactly. and yes, zero emissions on the road, but you still have to recharge it and most of our electricity comes fm fossil fuels, so the real point is electric cars are not ready to really help us cut carbon emissions in a big wa
FOX Business
Mar 31, 2014 2:00pm EDT
, stan drunkenmiller is great investor. there are years he last lousy years. george soros is great investor. he has three lousy years in a row. steve cohen. the question all the guys go up and down. the question is this secular change? is this fundamental? is he losing his mind or chasing good people out? or is just normal blip in the road ever good investor faces. i can't tell you that. deirdre: somebody that gets to become an industry and loses focus. he lost mohammed el-erian. >> we don't nomo homed el-erian's cakier. how about his performance? he sucked wind too. >> bill gross is all about performance f someone doesn't perform they're out. deirdre: he is not performing himself, right? he is not performing himself and still paid himself $200 million. >> that is the scary part. >> he made a call conservative and smart based on someone investing since the 1970s. there are really smart, best investors have been really caught off-guard because -- >> he has, what happens is you think you can outsmart the market. i think that is what he is trying to do. >> that is investing. >> bottom
FOX Business
Oct 30, 2013 12:00am EDT
george h.w. bush made that promise, he was making it for some indefinite future. he later broke it about two years later. in the case of president obama, it appears, that he actually knew at the time he was saying it that it was false. but it's a serious problem because people expect the president of the united states to tell them at least what he thinks is the truth. he may be wrong but at least tell us what he thinks is the truth. melissa: igor, isn't that one of the huge problems? buried in the obamacare regulations back in july of 2010 it did say that 40 to 67% of the 14 million customers that buy their insurance themselves, on the individual market, were going to lose their plans, that those plans would be eliminateed? seems like now you can go back and prove he actually new that wasn't true? that's a huge problem? >> there are certainly some caveats to his statement but the broad theme of, if you have employer-sponsored coverage -- melissa: that is not what he said. if you have your insurance -- >> that is not what he said. you're right. that is not what he said. melissa: you said
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2013 12:00am EDT
feature-length film inn, george hugh is in prison 19 years he is the charactere the movie blow was based on. but i am keeping busy. melissa: i told you that would not disappoint the only disappointing was we didn't have time to replace the entire thing for you. next we will bring you some of the best financial fights you have seeing courtesy of fox business chaie gasparino. and to t it off we have our very own version from the videos that will lea you laugh out loud. can you ever have too much money? no way.Ñ@ç@çpçpçpç÷ñoxmhmhyh melissa: if you watched him you have got to love him. charlock -- charlie gasparino the reporter that does weber takes to get a good story. you have to give him credit because he does not ever back down it makes for great reporting and lucky for us also some terrific tv and here is a quick taste of the battle roy all he had over charges against hedge fund giant and new jersey governor john course signed. >> i read most of the 46 pages of one word i have not seen the you put out is the word fraud. are you charging john corporation said with a civil fra
FOX Business
Jan 20, 2015 2:00pm EST
blakeman, former advisor to president george w. bush. putting the numbers in percentage terms because it is easier to wrap your brain around they lost 11% of their earnings power, 28% of their net worth. no wonder americans especially in the middle feel worse since the president has been in office. brad how does he counter that. >> i don't know how the president can counter that with the proposals being offered in the state of the union. this is the robin hood theory of economics, take from the rich, give to the poor. the problem is, there isn't enough rich. by the way top 10% earners of america pay for everybody else as it is. the obligation for the president is to make jobs available. this is not a jobs speech. this is tax-and-spend speech. something we've heard from democrats in the past. just as the economy is getting good the president will put a stop to it. melissa: mary anne there is a real problem out there for americans. when asked in a recent "fox news poll," do you feel like the recession is over, only 31% of respondents said they feel like the recession is over. 64% said t
FOX Business
Sep 26, 2013 12:00am EDT
trillion. you can think rising common stock values. meanwhile, losing money today, george soros along with everyone who owns j.c. penney. a dire outlook for the company with ccerns about liquidity and sales will not improve as much as expected for the rest of the year. nearly 15%. it 13-year low. 20 milli shares. if he lost $35 million today, although that is just "spare change" for him. and they're now available for rent. part of that dream car service which includes lamborghini and aston martin. how are you supposed to calculate the cost? that is all we have for you. i hope you make money. i will see you right back here tomorrow. ♪ ♪ >> ♪ saturday in the park ♪ ♪ i think it was the 4th of july ♪ >> ♪ whoa-ooh-oh ♪ listen to the music ♪ whoa-ooh-oh ♪ listen to the music >> ♪ even the nights are better now that we're here together ♪ >> in the early '70s, rock music mellowed out and showed a softer side. singer-songwriters, acoustic guitars, and sun-kissed melodies took over the airwaves and the soun
FOX Business
Jan 9, 2015 2:00pm EST
like john mccain. george w. bush was ridiculed. we're fighting them over there so we don't have to fight them here. ultimately that is true. if we switch from fighting terrorists abroad to allowing the middle east to have wildfires that burn by itself and fight a purely defensive war, treating it as crime like a liquor store bandit this is what we get. we get it not just in paris. we had it in ottawa. we had it in cydey. we had it in fort hood. we had it in boston. melissa: yeah. what is your take chris on that? >> my take we have to redefine what is core member of al qaeda. i and most analyst were saying this is lone wolf attack or hybrid lone wolf attack. they think core al qaeda fighting in pakistan, syria or iraq where al qaeda has strongholds. he went so yemen, got trainings got direction. got some direction. this is possible to now look at this you can be a core member of core al qaeda and be living in europe. melissa: what does it mean if you change the definition? does it change the treatment? what is your point beyond that. >> absolutely. if these are only people inspired
FOX Business
Feb 22, 2013 12:00am EST
citizens. so i'm sure you want to weigh in here. your comments. >> hi. george mason university. you said drones are justified because the president is subject to congressional authority and has the duty to defend american citizens. ignoring for a moment, do you really think he has been subject to that much congressional authority? >> the framers, the framers of the constitution had just one of our country's independence by war. they knew the threat was that we faced as a small country. they knew we needed an energetic capability to defend ourselves. they wanted a strong commander-in-chief. they created a congress that had power over the purse.
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2012 12:00am EST
making the point when george w. bush did this. it is not okay for anyone. >> in the past for previous presidents, and did you all di this. go to big donors, but the good people who have some diplomatic experience or business perience to know how t operate in the world. melissa: or who are friendly. i dn't know. >> president obama has done the slightly more thaothers. forty of his 59 ambassadorial appointments hbeen to top donors. that has toet arraigned in. melissa: and may have o stumbl on. i know. i was trying to make a joke. more politics. this time the future mayor of new york has beenencouraging hillary clinton to run for his fice in 2011. the maayor thinks the ig gamble with think she is a perfect fit. clinton said she is not interested in the job. first of all, is it a step up? endo mayor of new york is abig deal. >> they do say he tandard line is that the second most important difficult job in the country is the mayor f new york city. that may o may not be true. hillary clinton wod consider this. sp down. >> is too mall a stage for her she's been on the global stage. >> only o
FOX Business
Mar 5, 2015 2:00pm EST
us on the phone, douglas moss, billy mcnease, george hanlon. melissa francis will continue this coverage for you. "money" starts now. melissa: we're right on top of it. thank you so much. breaking news right you no. a shocking scene out of one of the nation's busiest airport. a delta plane skidding off the runway crashing into a fence at new york's laguardia airport. the jet was flying into the city from atlanta. it had 127 barnes and five crew -- passengers and five crewmembers on board. everyone safely evacuated from the aircraft. no serious injuries. all flights into laguardia were halted. one airport is expected to reopen this hour. >> i think the pilot did everything he could to slow the aircraft down. obviously pilot and copilot's good efforts were reflected in the fact there were only minor injuries. melissa: it is amazing. let's bring in today's panel. fox business's charlie gasparino. david asman. rich lowery, "national review." fox news contributor. the plane caught in the fence like a net. >> i was surprised the guy at press conference poo-pooed the idea. no, there wa
FOX Business
Jul 10, 2014 2:00pm EDT
encouraging through its rhetoric, and this goes back to the george bush administration were you can't deport children when they come into the country. melissa: another question about dollars, the obama administration, plans to renovate the white house bowling alley in the midst of all this, suddenly two hours after the project was reported officials giving no particular reason for abandoning the venture could have something to do with it, how the president's priorities in the thick of the border crisis. what do you think? >> people will their eyes and say this isn't significant that they want to renovate the white house bowling alley. you know why? when you have a crisis with your budget, when you have half a trillion to a $1 trillion deficit, when you have a crisis at the border and you are saying we have enough money to renovate the bowling alley, if you want to take seriously the idea of fiscal conservatism, it starts at home. this is symbolically a really awful thing. like losing your job saying let's throw a big party. dierdre: thank you so much. appreciate your time. coming up c
FOX Business
May 15, 2013 12:00am EDT
boss guir was played by john lennon and george harrison during their magical mystery tour is expected to sell for at least 200 grand. wow! even when they say it's not, it is always about money. melissa: our top story, tonight, new details on the bloomberg spying scandal keep coming in and goldman sachs may be in a position to capitalize on the events. the "new york post" reports that goldman is looking at creating a new way for traders to send encrypted messages to one another in order to bypass bloomberg's controversial im system. so are blmberg's days at king of the finaial data platform numbered? joining me with more, spencecer patton, steel vine investment chief investment officer, a bloomberg terminal user. bart, fr ceo of full contact. and doug burns, a former federal prosecutor. bart, what i want to talk to you first because this is a goen opportunity for someone to finally come in to challenge the terminal. look at goldman, jumping on the arbitrage opportunity like the place that reallies how to make money that it is. how hard is it to build another system? when i loo
FOX Business
Jul 31, 2013 5:00pm EDT
herbalife. why have one billionaire on your side when you can have two? george soros has taken a large long position in the nutrition supplement company. he joins carl icahn as the second high-profile billionaire to back herbalife. word of soros's investment sent the stock leaping more than 9%. somewhere bill ackman is weeping i'm sure. >>> meanwhile losing money today, investors in jc penny. cit, a major commercial lender stopped backing deliveries from small manufacturers to jcpenney stores. that isrd coulding to "the new york post." after meeting with executives yesterday, cit reportedly got nervous about jcpenney's finances. that report hammering jcpenney's stock by more than 10% in the final minutes of trading today. >>> hoping to win a record amount of money? tennis players at this year's u.s. open. this year's singles champion will take home 2.$6 million. that is an increase of 37% compared to last year. like they need it. maybe i'll win. who knows. >>> now to a radical idea coming out of california. the power of eminent domain is not typically neighborly to most homeowners but one c
FOX Business
Oct 18, 2012 12:00am EDT
rose nearly 60%. more than doubled underneath the george w. bush administration. the president, you know the administration has been canceling lease sales in the western gulf of mexico, atlantic coast. delaying exploration off alaska. pulling leases in utah and places like montana. the president did make a statement. he did say, look we've enacted a use it or lose it policy where we will pull, you from you, oil company, the permit. melissa: that was compelling argument. was it true though? >> it is extremely nuanced. listen, when you call something inactive, when the government says, look your permit is inactive how are you defining that? maybe one out of 100 oil wells will yield oil. there's a lot of dry wells out there. melissa: right. >> they need to basically work on a five, 10, 15 years. sowhat time frame and how do you define that well is inacti before you pull the federal permit to drill? melissa: lieutenant governor, do yougree with that? i had a former oil ceo on another one of my programs who said inactive, define that we're testing it. we're trying to figureout if it will
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