Diane Swonk and Niall Ferguson tell Ali Velshi that 2011's economy was tied to Washington politics and predict that 2012 will be a repeat.
Chrystia Freeland and Stephen Moore tell Ali Velshi that the U.S. economy will remain fragile in 2012.
Jim Awad tells Ali Velshi that the markets will perform better in 2012 than they did in 2011, but predicts that Europe and emerging markets will remain choppy.
Will Cain and Pete Dominick predict the eventual winner of the GOP nomination and the presidency. Ali Velshi moderates.
The hotel chain's outgoing CEO, J.W. Marriott Jr., and incoming CEO, Arne Sorenson, explain how the hospitality industry has changed.
Stephen Moore and Bob Herbert debate if unemployment benefits motivate the jobless to stay unemployed. Ali Velshi moderates.
Christine Romans asks Brad Karsh about the advantages to searching for a job during the holidays.
Will Cain and Pete Dominick debate which party has the interests of the middle class most at heart. Ali Velshi moderates.
Terry Savage and Diane Swonk tell Ali Velshi that bailing out the Eurozone would be politically unfeasible, despite America's financial exposure to Europe.
Matt McCall tells Christine Romans that investors shouldn't make long term decisions based on short-term headlines.