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Etsy on Internet Slowdown Day protests

Etsy policy director Althea Erickson explains the company’s position on net neutrality rules.

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  1. Aereo, Broadcasters Face Off at Supreme Court

    Television broadcasters and online-video startup Aereo Inc. will square off at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday in a battle over copyright law that could shake up t...

  2. J-Lo-Backed Network Outbids 'Diddy' for Fuse

    Jennifer Lopez-backed NUVOtv inked a $226 million deal on Friday to acquire Madison Square Garden's (NYSE:MSG) Fuse cable-TV network, beating out hip-hop mogul Sean ...

  3. Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo talks sports with Imus

    Radio show host Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo on his March Madness bracket, Mike Francesca, the Jets and his new TV show.

  4. Netflix CEO Criticizes Broadband Policies

    Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) chief executive Reed Hastings criticized broadband companies for limiting network access, urging for new rules that would keep them from chargi...

  5. Report: Sean 'Diddy' Combs Bids $200M for Fuse

    Hip-hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs has reportedly offered to acquire cable-TV network Fuse from Madison Square Garden (NYSE:MSG) for about $200 million.The news of a b...

  6. Forget Cyprus, Don’t Forget About Apple

    Shah Gilani of Money Morning on existing investment opportunities.

  7. MSG Replaces CEO Ratner With Cablevision Exec

    New York Knicks and Rangers owner MSG (NYSE:MSG) confirmed late Friday that CEO Hank Ratner is being replaced by Cablevision (NYSE:CVC) exec Tad Smith.The change at ...

  8. Charter Turns 4Q Profit

    Charter Communications (NASDAQ:CHTR) swung to a profit in the fourth quarter, as last year's acquisition of Cablevision (NYSE:CVC) assets boosted revenue.Charter, wh...

  9. 71% of U.S. households would switch from providers that attempt to interfere with Internet

    Seventy-one percent of respondents to a survey* conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center said they would attempt to switch to a competing Internet ...

  10. Comcast wants to buy Time Warner Cable. What could that mean for you?

    Comcast's proposed $45.2 billion offer for Time Warner Cable would create a telecommunications-industry behemoth with about 30 million subscribers. When any telecomm...

  11. Barnes & Noble names head of digital division as CEO

    Barnes & Noble Inc said on Wednesday that Michael Huseby, the head of its digital division, was named chief executive, a move Wall Street interpreted to mean the boo...

  12. Barnes & Noble Elevates Huseby to CEO Spot

    Barnes & Noble (NYSE:BKS) named president Michael Huseby to the CEO role, vowing to "enhance and unlock" value for shareholders. Huseby joined the firm in March 2012...

  1. GAMCO’s Gabelli on cashing in on M&A

    GAMCO Investors chairman Mario Gabelli on the M&A rush.

  2. How to play the M&A game

    Rich Peterson of S&P Capital IQ gives his outlook for deal flow.

  3. TiVo CEO: One trick pony? I think not

    TiVo CEO Tom Rogers weighs in on the state of business.

  4. Does the AT&T, DirecTV merger make sense?

    Horizon Media SVP of research Brad Adgate and Public Knowledge senior staff attorney John Bergmayer on the proposed AT&T, DirecTV merger.

  5. Is Aereo’s business model legal?

    Consumer Electronics Association President Gary Shapiro on the legal dispute between broadcasters and Aereo.

  6. Is Aereo pirating broadcast signals?

    Communications and digital media attorney John Hane on the legal battle between broadcasters and Aereo.

  7. Aereo heads to court

    S&P Capital IQ media analyst Tuna Amobi, Public Knowledge senior staff attorney John Bergmayer and former Time Warner chairman and CEO Gerald Levin on the Aereo Supreme Court case.

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