4 to Watch: The True Cost of Chinese Cyberattacks

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Published July 17, 2013

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4 to Watch: The True Cost of Chinese Cyberattacks

4 to Watch: The True Cost of Chinese Cyberattacks

Fortune Magazine Senior Editor Nina Easton and Mandiant CEO Kevin Mandia on the economic impact of Chinese hacking attacks. And Pet Trendologist Charlotte Reed on how to protect your dog from being stolen. In case you missed it, here is a recap of some of the top newsmakers and expert analysis from last night on FOX Business Network.

Does Marissa Mayer Get an A+?

On the one year anniversary of Marissa Mayer’s tenure at Yahoo, TechnoBuffalo’s Todd Haselton, Capitalistpig.com’s Jonathan Hoenig and The Wall Street Journal’s Spencer Ante weigh in on her performance at the struggling tech giant. But despite the stock rising 70% in the year, has she done enough to show that the company can make money?

Pet Flipping on the Rise

You’ve heard about house flipping – but what about pet flipping? Pet trendologist Charlotte Reed says stealing pets, and selling them for a huge profit, is becoming increasingly common. And if your dog isn’t spayed or neutered, there’s an even greater risk, as criminals attempt to breed them. She shares how to protect your dog from being stolen.

What Is Chinese Hacking Costing Us?

At least 140 businesses have been hacked by China, and Fortune Magazine Senior Editor Nina Easton says China has been systematically stealing trade secrets and intellectual property. Security expert and Mandiant CEO Kevin Mandia talks to Lou Dobbs about the economic impact of Chinese hacking attacks.

Should We Defund NSA Surveillance?

The NSA tapped our funds, and now Rep. Justin Amash, (R-Mich.) wants to tap out of funding the NSA. He’s proposing an amendment that would defund the NSA’s collection of Americans’ phone records. But can it be proven that these efforts are actually unconstitutional? Rep. Amash says yes – and that there’s no historical precedent for this type of spying.

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