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Rep. Marsha Blackburn, (R-Tenn), Free Press CEO Craig Aaron and Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell discuss the debate over net neutrality and what’s next for the approved Internet rules.

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  1. Tech Titans Take on Immigration Reform

    The luminaries of Silicon Valley may not be known for flexing their political muscle, but leaders like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates continue to push and prod Congr...

  2. CBS Could Cut Broadcast Signal if Aero Prevails

    CBS Corp Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves said the No. 1 rated broadcaster could offer its content directly to consumers over the Internet and cut off its trad...

  3. Tinder’s got game: CEO says app emulates real-life dating

    Tinder CEO Sean Rad on his take on digital dating and what to expect in the future.

  4. Get ready for a bumpy ride in the markets

    The Long Term GARP portfolio rose 6.7% in February, better than the 5% gain of the S&P 500 Index (SPX) .As earnings reports have rolled in over the last six weeks, w...

  5. Olympic Athletes Falling in Love with Tinder

    It turns out the Olympics are about more than just fitness in the real world. Tinder's chief executive says the athletes are flocking to the online dating app.Olympi...

  6. Keeping a cool analytical head in a volatile market

    Last year was a happy time for investors who were fully, or mostly, invested in the stock market last. Here is what I wrote in the early weeks of 2013:"For 2013 I ex...

  7. Tough times for consumer stocks

    The Long Term GARP portfolio performed poorly in January and fell 5.0%, compared with a 2.8% decline in the S&P 500 Index (SPX) .So far this year, the biggest stock ...

  8. Abercrombie Taps Martinez as Chairman

    Abercrombie & Fitch (NYSE:ANF) separated its chairman and chief executive roles on Tuesday, naming former Sears CEO Arthur Martinez chairman, and abandoned its share...

  9. Update: Business Insider looking to raise $10M

    Business Insider is in the process of a venture financing round of around $10 million, Fox Business has confirmed. This would be the sixth round for business blog, a...

  10. Source: AOL Tried to Buy Business Insider

    AOL Inc. (NYSE:AOL) offered to purchase, a popular business and technology news website, for more than $100 million but talks ultimately broke do...

  11. Operator IAC Nixes CEO Role

    Online giant IAC (NASDAQ:IACI) on Thursday said it is getting rid of the chief executive role as it seeks to form a more horizontal organization.Current CEO Greg Bla...

  12. Get ready for Fed tapering in 2014

    The Covestor Long Term GARP portfolio gained 4.3% in November, better than the 3.8% advance of the S&P 500. December is typically a good month for the market, althou...

  1. Sony hacking people releasing stolen emails?

    Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg weighs in on Sony’s leaked emails and going up for sale.

  2. The rise of the YouTube star

    Former New York Times Digital Chief Martin Nisenholtz on the rise of the digital star on YouTube.

  3. Tinder CEO to step down amid sexual harassment allegations

    Wall Street Journal reporter Doug MacMillan discusses Tinder’s leadership transition.

  4. Can you become a YouTube millionaire?

    NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Republican Strategist Dee Dee Benkie, FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on how investors can profit from online video and video streaming companies.

  5. Tinder’s new funds would value company at up to $1B

    FOX Business contributor Bob Rice on the valuation for Tinder and what it means for digital dating services.

  6. Consumer will only borrow in times of distress?

    FOX Business contributor Jon Hilsenrath and Macromavens founder Stephanie Pomboy on consumer spending and credit-card borrowing.

  7. Is Brazil Olympic ready?

    Olympic Delivery Authority chairman Sir John Armitt on how the Olympics could benefit the Brazilian economy.

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