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  1. Government Monitors More than 900M Credit Card Accounts

    The UK government is currently finishing loading all the medical records for that country's entire population onto one computer database, and plans to allow universi...

  2. 5 Reasons to Not Bother Retiring

    Roy Cohen is closing in on retirement age, but that doesn't mean he has plans to slow down."I do intend to work," says the career counselor and executive coach when ...

  3. Medical Card Pays for Endorsements

    The CareCredit medical card has been fined by regulators for deceptive marketing, but it gets high marks from health care groups. Over 100 professional groups -- inc...

  4. SEC Unveils Plans to Spur More Public Offerings

    Start-up companies will be able to raise much more capital through certain public stock deals without facing costly regulatory burdens under a proposal announced by ...

  5. Republican Leadership Pushes for Fed Audit Vote

    As the Senate slowly moves to confirm Janet Yellen to chair the Federal Reserve, Republicans are strengthening efforts to subject the central bank to expanded federa...

  6. Small Biz Online ACA Enrollment Delayed

    Small businesses looking to shop online for health insurance will now have to wait another year, sources close to the matter tell FOX Business.

  7. Despite Cries to #LetToddWork, Entrepreneur Testifies on ObamaCare

    On Wednesday, health-care entrepreneur and current U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park testified before the House’s Oversight and Government Reform Committee after being subpoenaed by Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA).

  8. Will the Innovation Act Stop Patent Abuses?

    The Innovation Act, introduced last week by Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), aims to reduce patent trolling while protecting innovation and entrepreneurship in the U.S. But some experts say it’s not that easy.

  9. ACA Web Developer: We Warned of Rollout Risks

    One of the lead contractors responsible for developing the government's troubled healthcare website said on Thursday his company warned the Obama administration abou...

  10. U.S. Navy orders Raytheon to halt radar work after protest

    The U.S. Navy said on Wednesday it issued a stop-work order to Raytheon Co on a next-generation Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) valued at $1.6 billion after Loc...

  11. Xerox Vet to FBN: ObamaCare Site Glitches Will Take Time to Fix

    A retired 44-year veteran of Xerox Corp. tells FOX Business that the problems with the health exchanges "won't be fixed anytime soon," that it appears the Administra...

  12. Report Eyes Farmers Gaming US Subsidies

    U.S. lawmakers must tighten farm subsidy rules to make sure the money goes only to active farmers and landowners, a congressional report said on Tuesday, warning tha...

  1. More ObamaCare signup chaos?

    The Galen Institute’s Grace-Marie Turner on an undercover probe of ObamaCare’s vulnerability to fraud and two federal court rulings on ObamaCare subsidies.

  2. Undercover probe finds ObamaCare exchange vulnerable to fraud

    Washington Free Beacon’s Ellison Barber on results of an undercover ObamaCare probe.

  3. Bitcoin quietly making a comeback?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall, FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and FOXBusiness.com reporter Kate Rogers on the future of Bitcoin.

  4. Proposal to hike the federal gas tax by more than 65%?

    Sen. John Hoeven, (R-ND), Manhattan Institute’s Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Belpointe Chief Strategist David Nelson on efforts to increase the federal gas tax.

  5. IRS targeting a violation of taxpayer privacy?

    Tea Party activist Jennifer Stefano, Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin and FBN’s Lori Rothman and Lauren Simonetti on the IRS scandal.

  6. Government spending on itself

    The National Taxpayers Union’s Pete Sepp on the ways that Congress is spending on itself.

  7. Debit cards on campus under scrutiny

    At more than 800 U.S. colleges and universities, college students can access certain types of financial aid they receive via multipurpose debit cards. These all-in-o...

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