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  1. The future of your Internet

    Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit discusses what net neutrality means to tech and media, and gives his outlook for the music industry.

  2. Pipeline politics: Will Obama veto Keystone?

    Former Senior State Department Advisor Christian Whiton and The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel weigh in on the Keystone Pipeline vote and illegal immigration.

  3. AT&T CEO: Mexico is attractive for business

    AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson on Obama’s net - neutrality plan and the growth in the Mexican telecom market.

  4. Honduras seeks billions from U.S. to stop illegal immigrant children

    American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp and former President George W. Bush Spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp on the midterm elections and immigration.

  5. Will the FCC ignore Obama on Internet regulation?

    Greywolf Partners chief technical analyst Mark Newton, Forbes Magazine Publisher Rich Karlgaard and FBN’s Adam Shapiro weigh in on the fresh net neutrality debate.

  6. Cisco CEO on earnings, net neutrality

    Cisco CEO John Chambers on first-quarter earnings, outlook and Internet regulations.

  7. Bill de Blasio arrives late to Flight 587 memorial

    The Mensa panel weighs in on Kim Kardashian, the net neutrality debate, Bill de Blasio’s late arrival to a memorial for American Airlines Flight 587 and a new book about Jesus.

  8. Google spends more than $1B to lease an old NASA hangar

    Enderle Group President Rob Enderle, Thematic Growth Portfolio’s Chris Versace and Barron’s Jack Hough on Google’s deal for a NASA hangar and its latest robot.

  9. Changes coming to Obama’s Washington?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, James Freeman of The Wall Street Journal and Forbes Senior Political Contributor Rick Ungar discuss what to expect from Congress during the lame duck session.

  10. Chairman Wheeler: FCC doesn’t answer to the White House

    Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg and Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell discusses the showdown over open Internet between President Obama and the FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, and how it could impact consumers.

  11. China climate deal a bust for the U.S.?

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel and FOX News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters weigh in on President Obama and America’s climate deal with China.

  12. Judge Napolitano: It is anything but neutral

    FNC judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the debate over net neutrality .

  1. Bill Richardson: President made the correct decision on Cuba

    Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson on the shift in U.S. policy on Cuba and the Sony hacking.

  2. Dish cutting CBS and ABC from basic packages?

    WSJ Media Reporter Shalini Ramachandran and Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg weigh in on Dish fighting broadcasters and pushing their online streaming service.

  3. The future of magazines

    MediaTech Capital Partners Managing Partner Porter Bibb discusses the future of magazines, linear TV and ‘Next Issue’.

  4. Should the Internet be regulated?

    The Independents’ Kmele Foster weighs in the on net neutrality debate.

  5. President Obama’s position on net neutrality means more taxes for you?

    American Commitment President Phil Kerpen on Jonathan Gruber and the potential impact of President Obama’s position on net neutrality .

  6. FCC asks AT&T for documents on fiber-optic delay

    Wall Street Journal Telecom Reporter Ryan Knutson on the FCC seeking fiber-optic delay data from AT&T, and the net - neutrality debate.

  7. Tech Rewind: Taylor Swift disrupts digital music

    Taylor Swift shook up the digital music space, President Obama spoke up on net neutrality and Amazon and Hachette buried the hatchet -- this is your tech rewind of the week.

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