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Crump: Martin family will continue the fight until the very end

Joy Reid discusses the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial with Benjamin Crump, attorney for Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, University of Pennsylvania professor Anthea Butler, Michael Skolnik of GlobalGrind.com, and MSNBC contributor Goldie Taylor.Full story

How to Get Ahead by Being Generous

Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, shares five tips to increase generosity and improve your productivity and success. Full story

Biggest Stock Inflow in 11 Years

  The FMHR team discusses what is the second-biggest equity inflow ever. Did retail investors get it right, or did they miss the bull? Meanwhile Jeremy Siegel, University of Pennsylvania professor, says markets will hit an all-time high in 2013.

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  Big Day, Big Year?

Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania, explains whether there is any way to separate how much of today's gains is "fiscal cliff" related or a pop based on fundamentals.

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Brain scans at the University of Pennsylvania show which parts of the brain light up when volunteers answer questions about money -- and when they use their imagination.
Brain scans at the University of Pennsylvania show which parts of the brain light up when volunteers answer questions about money -- and when they use their imagination.

Brain scans at the University of Pennsylvania show which parts of the brain light up when volunteers answer questions about money -- and when they use their imagination.

Brain scans at the University of Pennsylvania show which parts of the brain light up when volunteers answer questions about money -- and when they use their imagination
Brain scans at the University of Pennsylvania show which parts of the brain light up when volunteers answer questions about money -- and when they use their imagination

Brain scans at the University of Pennsylvania show which parts of the brain light up when volunteers answer questions about money -- and when they use their imagination