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White House trying to distract from ISIS with focus on Ebola?

Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl on the Obama Administration’s handling of ISIS and the Ebola outbreak.

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  1. Smart phone thefts rose to 3.1 million last year, Consumer Reports finds

    About 3.1 million American consumers were victims of smart phone theft in 2013, Consumer Reports projects, based on our latest nationally representative survey of ad...

  2. Wireless Telecom Provider Files For $100M IPO

    Wireless telecommunication services provider Goodman Networks Inc filed with U.S. regulators to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering of its common ...

  3. Will switching cable companies save you money?

    If you're like me, you're probably bristling over the high cost of watching television. Even with a $15 a month "triple-play" discount for bundling TV, Internet, and...

  4. Why I added Verizon to my portfolio

    March was a quiet month for the Aspect Large Cap Value Investment portfolio . Just about the only thing I did was add Verizon (NYSE: ( VZ )) to the portfolio.I perso...

  5. Market Check: VOD, HTZ

    FBN’s Stuart Varney with the latest business headlines.

  6. Vodafone to Buy Spain's Ono for $10B

    Vodafone (NYSE:VOD) agreed on Monday to buy Spanish cable operator Ono for nearly $10 billion, adding to the telecom giant's portfolio of assets in western Europe.Th...

  7. It's Official: We Are in a Tech Bubble

    As a survivor of the first dot-com bubble, you might say I'm particularly sensitive to the suggestion that we may be heading toward another. Maybe skeptical is a bet...

  8. Banks set to earn $143 million in Comcast, Time Warner Cable deal fees

    Comcast Corp's proposed $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable Inc would generate as much as $143 million in investment banking fees, providing a rare boon to W...

  9. Vodafone Sees Early Signs of Turnaround

    Britain's Vodafone said it was finally seeing early signs of a turnaround due to a growing number of customers and the take-up of more expensive 4G services, followi...

  10. Investors Flee Telecom On Price-War Fears

    Shares in U.S. mobile operators fell sharply on Monday after a AT&T Inc price cut fueled fears from investors that market leader Verizon Wireless and other rivals wo...

  11. Will Verizon Follow AT&T's Price Cut Path?

    AT&T Inc's plan to cut prices on its large shared data plans could prompt other U.S. carriers, particularly larger rival Verizon Wireless, to offer new discounts, an...

  12. Report: Sprint Hits DOJ Snag on T-Mobile Deal

    Sprint (NYSE:S) executives failed to convince antitrust officials at the Justice Department of the merits of a combination with rival T-Mobile US, according to Bloom...

  1. Is the NFL TV’s Hail Mary?

    Wall Street Journal deputy media editor Amol Sharma breaks down why the NFL can play by its own rules when it comes to television.

  2. Who will rival Fox’s bid for Time Warner?

    Wall Street Journal reporter Miriam Gottfried chimes in on why there might not be rival bidders for Time Warner.

  3. House approves bill to broaden veterans’ access to health care

    Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl, Gen. Robert Scales, U.S. Army (Ret.), and former President George W. Bush official Jason Roe on the fallout from the Veterans Affairs scandal.

  4. ‘Do what you love’ bad career advice?

    Ken Mahoney of Mahoney Asset Management, former Verizon wireless president Denny Strigl and James Freeman of the Wall Street Journal discuss career paths.

  5. Are you about to pay more for Internet access?

    Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith and FBN’s David Asman and Tracy Byrnes on the future of the Internet.

  6. China to pass U.S. on economy this year?

    Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl, Chapwood Fund’s Jared Levy, FBN’s Charles Payne and FOXBusiness.com reporter Kate Rogers on a report that China will overtake the U.S. as the world’s biggest economy.

  7. Unions adding to public’s cynicism about government?

    Former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson and former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl on reports unions in Detroit are seeking federal funds for the city’s pension shortfalls.

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