The 9-9-9 and flat tax plans are different, but from an economist's perspective are they better?Christine Romans, Ken Rogoff, Chrystia Freeland, and Stephen Moore debate.
Ali Velshi explains that a little competition can go a long way when it comes to motivating innovators to solve real world problems.
Ali Velshi, Christine Romans, Richard Quest, and Ron Hira discuss how immigration reform could create more jobs in America.
Without clearly-defined goals, can the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement have a political impact? Chrystia Freeland, David Gergen and Stephen Moore discuss with Ali Velshi.
Are our political leaders paying more attention to creating jobs or keeping their own? Stephen Moore, Chrystia Freeland, and David Gergen tell Ali Velshi why American's trust in Government is at all all time low, and how to fix it.
Ali Velshi asks Christine Romans and Richard Quest if banks have a right to charge customers a debit card fee.
With the recent rise of Herman Cain, is Mitt Romney still expected to win? Will Cain and Dana Loesch tell Ali Velshi who's more appealing to the Republican voters and why.
Donna Brazile and Will Cain analyze the GOP frontrunner's economic record and compare it to President Obama's. Ali Velshi moderates.
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak say a shortage of cash pushed them to innovate when Apple was still in its infancy. Ali Velshi tells the current generation of innovators to look past financial concerns.
Lakshman Achuthan tells Ali Velshi economic indicators point to a new recession while Ken Rogoff says many feel the recession never ended.