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Google’s relationship with White House too cozy?

Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore, Democratic Strategist Basil Smikle and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Google’s access to the White House.

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    Inventor of the World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners Lee shares his thought on mobile pay and his biggest worries over the Internet today.

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  3. Will Apple Web TV change the cable TV industry

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  4. Discovery CEO on ratings, net neutrality

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  5. Discovery’s Zaslav on strong dollar, growth

    Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav discusses how the strength of the U.S. dollar and weaker euro impacts his businesses bottom line and his outlook for growth.

  6. Will net neutrality stifle innovation?

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  8. Does Silicon Valley understand net neutrality ?

    Nylon CEO Paul Greenberg and Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell discuss how Title II net neutrality rules will impact business.

  9. Ann Coulter on net neutrality

    FNC contributor Ann Coulter on net neutrality and the impact of regulation on innovation.

  10. Neil’s Spiel: Cable companies secretly enjoying the government coming in?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the potential impact of net neutrality .

  11. Tech Rewind: FCC Votes in Favor of Net Neutrality

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  12. Why are we seeing Wall Street ahead of Main Street?

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  1. Is Google receiving favors from the White House?

    FBN’s Tom Sullivan, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Stifel Nicolaus Portfolio Manager Chad Morganlander, retail analyst Hitha Herzog, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on concerns about Google executives’ numerous visits to the White House.

  2. NFL to stream game online next season

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro on the NFL’s decision to live-stream one game online.

  3. Starbucks ends 'RaceTogether' campaign

    Former Senator Evan Bayh (D-Indiana), FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Forbes Magazine Publisher Rich Karlgaard on Starbucks' race campaign and the FCC’s regulation of the Internet.

  4. Google, business and the U.S. government

    Former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland on Google’s relationship with the U.S. government.

  5. Nutritional information coming to alcohol labels?

    Digital Risk Managing Partner Jeff Taylor, Price Futures Group Senior Market Analyst Phil Flynn and Tangent Capital Managing Partner Bob Rice on cable companies seeking less congested streaming lanes, FCC Internet regulation and Diageo adding calorie counts to alcohol stickers.

  6. Sony, HBO, Showtime look to tap into the fast lane

    Wall Street Journal Media Reporter Shalini Ramachandran and Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit discuss how HBO, Showtime and Sony want their own special fast lane.

  7. TV heavy hitters look to the fast lane

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald discusses how HBO, Showtime and Sony are in talks with Comcast for ‘special’ streaming service.

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