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  • AT&T deal for DirecTV driven by desire to pare programming costs

    For anyone wondering what's driving AT&T Inc.'s nearly $50-billion deal to buy satellite broadcaster DirecTV, look no further than a new report issued by the Federal Communications Commission on cable TV rates. The FCC report noted DirecTV is often able...
  • Fox Business To Launch 'Making Money With Charles Payne'

    Fox Business Network said it would launch "Making Money with Charles Payne," a new show that will explore how the day's headlines offer investment opportunities, starting June 2 at 6 p.m. To accommodate the new program, FBN will elminate a repeat...
  • WATCH: Ezra Lives in New 'Pretty Little Liars' Season Five Trailer

    "Pretty Little Liars" fans were left wondering whether Ezra Fitz (Ian Harding) would survive after he was shot during the dramatic season four finale of ABC Family's teen drama, but based on the new clip from the season five opener it looks like he's...
  • Television schedule for the 2014 Sochi Olympics

    Television schedule for the 2014 Sochi Olympics
    All times are Pacific. SUNDAY Ch. 4: 3:30-7 a.m. — Men’s Hockey - Gold Medal Final (LIVE IN ALL TIME ZONES) Ch. 4: 2-6 p.m. — Men’s Cross-Country - 50km Freestyle Gold Medal Final; Four-Man Bobsled - Gold Medal Final Runs...
  • Sprint Cup facts for Phoenix

    Sprint Cup facts for Phoenix
    What: The Profit on CNBC 500. Where: Phoenix International Raceway (one-mile oval), Avondale, Ariz. When: Friday, practice (Fox Sports 1, 11-11:30 a.m. PST), qualifying (Fox Sports 1, 3:30-5 p.m.); Saturday, practice (Fox Sports 1, 8-9 a.m.; Fox...
  • Severe winter weather estimated to cost U.S. economy nearly $50 billion

    Severe winter weather estimated to cost U.S. economy nearly $50 billion
    The severe weather that has hit much of the country this winter has cost the economy nearly $50 billion in lost productivity and 76,000 jobs, according to a new survey. Snow, ice and bitter cold will shave about 0.3 percentage point from economic...
  • Fed expected to start reducing balance sheet next year, survey says

    Federal Reserve officials are expected to start slowly reducing the central bank's $4.2 trillion in assets next year after the end of a key stimulus program that has helped dramatically increase the size of its balance sheet, according to survey results...
  • Fed officials say markets overreacted to Yellen rate-hike comments

    Fed officials say markets overreacted to Yellen rate-hike comments
    WASHINGTON -- Top Federal Reserve officials said financial markets overreacted to Chairwoman Janet Yellen's comments last week indicating the central bank could start raising interest rates early next year. In speeches and interviews, the officials...
  • Bad weather causes big falloff in January factory production

    Bad weather causes big falloff in January factory production
    WASHINGTON -- Severe weather put a big freeze on factory production last month, causing output to fall the most since the Great Recession ended, the Federal Reserve said Friday. Manufacturing output fell 0.8% in January compared with the previous month,...
  • How to watch the 2014 Sochi Olympics on TV

    The Winter Olympics, from Sochi, Russia, on TV. Many of the most popular events will be broadcast in prime time and on the weekends on NBC. NBCSP is also airing events in prime time and picking up a number of live events in the early-morning hours....
  • Big media still has plenty of muscle

    Big media still has plenty of muscle
    There may be 500 channels and almost $80 billion in advertising and subscriber revenue in the television industry, but most of that content and cash is controlled by a handful of companies. In a new report on the U.S. media industry, Sanford C....