The Independents discuss their list of Enemies of Freedom from zombies and Elizabeth Warren to Dick Cheney.
Former FCC commissioner Robert McDowell says Sprint and T-Mobile will need a novel idea to make the $32B merger happen.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino weighs in on the net neutrality debate.
Stocktwits chairman Howard Lindzon on JD.com’s IPO and what’s next.
Ammori Group principal Marvin Ammori, ProfitableTrading.com senior strategist Jared Levy, FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and Kate Rogers on net neutrality , President Obama and the tech industry.
FBN’s Rich Edson on FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s testimony on media mergers.
Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian discusses the state of the tech industry.
About.com founder Scott Kurnit on Google’s possible acquisition of Twitch and how there is a common link with the Comcast, TWC, DirecTV and AT&T deals.
Heritage Capital president Paul Schatz and S&P Capital IQ analyst Tuna Amobi give insight into the AT&T and DirecTV deal.
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.
Wall Street Journal columnist Simon Constable breaks down hedge fund stock moves.
Veritasium Films’ Derek Muller on the company and how the FCC’s ruling on ‘ net neutrality ’ impacts smaller businesses.
FBN’s Rich Edson on the FCC’s proposed ‘ net neutrality ’ rules.
The Wall Street Journal’s Spencer Jakab on Netflix, its content and future programming commitments.
Concerned Veterans for America’s Jessie Jane Duff, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith and Forbes Contributor Carrie Sheffield on corporate earnings and Sen. Rand Paul’s support from Silicon Valley.
Former FCC Commissioner Harold Furchtgott-Roth, former Obama campaign aide Mark Hannah, Black Rock Group Senior Director Lisa Boothe and ProfitableTrading.com Senior Strategist Jared Levy on the potential government or big business control of the internet.
WSJ editor-in-chief Gerard Baker and former FCC chairman Reed Hundt analyze possible regulation hurdles a 21st Century Fox, Time Warner deal could face.
Hearst CEO Steve Swartz weighs in on growth and the future of the media and publishing.
Former Collegehumor CEO Paul Greenberg on YouTube and Netflix blaming slow video on Internet service providers.
Lerer Ventures managing director Eric Hippeau on the latest on Alibaba ahead of the IPO.