Despite an oversupply of aluminum, Alcoa's CEO Klaus Kleinfeld predicts strong growth in his industry and tells Ali Velshi that innovation in U.S. manufacturing is back.
Will Cain, Scott Paul and Ali Velshi discuss what U.S. manufacturers can learn from other countries.
Bob Shiller and Ali Velshi discuss securitization and how financial innovation may save the economy.
Chrystia Freeland and Stephen Moore debate whether the middle class is disappearing. Ali Velshi moderates.
Kim Forrest, Lex Haris and Jim Awad and analyze the current state of the market and try to predict where its headed.
Former Bush Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Ed Lazear calls the current recovery the worst ever, but Former IMF Chief Economist Ken Rogoff says financial crises lead to a naturally slow recovery.
Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL and Chairman of the Startup America Partnership discusses the JOBS Act, which is designed to boost small business and startups.
Will Cain and Ben Barber disagree on whether Mitt Romney's wealth should be a factor in the presidential race and Ali Velshi introduces some rich former presidents.
Sam Pitroda and Ali Velshi discuss the future of India and why it needs an annual economic growth rate of over 6%.