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    ECOBIZ

    ECOBIZ

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    Sundance Channel
    Hosted by Alison Stewart, these brief news and human interest segments punctuate the breaks between the Sundance Channel's Big Ideas for a Small Planet airing during The Green block of programming. The emphasis is on the forward-thinking business tactics employed by green visionaries in the government and the business worlds.moreless
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    CNBC Originals

    CNBC Originals

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    CNBC
    CNBC Originals brings you highlights of CNBC Original Productions including documentaries and special prime time series hosted by CNBC anchors and reporters.
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    The Suze Orman Show

    The Suze Orman Show

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    CNBC
    Financial guru Suze Orman tells it like it is and helps ordinary Americans make heads and tails of all things financial in this informative program.
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    Fast Money

    Fast Money

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    CNBC
    Catch the recap of the day's stock market moves on this financial-focused show. Get all the news and angles straight from the stock exchange floor.
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    10 Grand in Your Hand

    10 Grand in Your Hand

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    DIY
    Ready to renovate? Find out how to shave up to $10,000 from your remodeling budget in this exciting DIY series.
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    Bulls and Bears

    Bulls and Bears

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    FOX Business
    Bulls and Bears is a financial television program that airs on FOX. With a focus on investments, stocks, bonds, commodities, and international economic issues, Bulls and Bears provides up-to-the-minute market coverage and interviews with some of the most knowledgeable economic experts in the world. The program focuses on after-market commentary on the past business day, as well as current market trends and any major national or international economic news items that have shown a strong effect on the stock market. Hosts Liz Claman and David Asman also provide viewers with a list of stocks to watch, and offer background on each company and the reasons why they believe that the stock will perform profitably. This information is also available on the program's website, which is part of the website maintained by the FOX Business Network. Viewers who visit the site may view detailed charts and graphs of stock performance, and read in-depth articles about investments that they own or are considering.moreless
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    Fast Track

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    FOX Business
    Fast Track on Fox Business Channel is your one-stop shop for your career needs. The program, hosted by Anna Gilligan, helps working adults take the next step in their professional careers. This program is designed for working professionals at all stages of success. Fast Track on Fox Business Channel covers topics for college students who are preparing for their first interview, and middle-aged employees who are attempting to make it to the executive level. Whether the next step in your career is an interview, making a good impression on the boss, or inventing the next procedure that will save the organization millions of dollars; this program is for you. Fast Track covers important topics such as dressing for success, transitioning from college to the work environment, communication styles, the value of mentoring, and relationships in the work environment. Before you take the next step in your professional career, watch an episode of Fast Track on Fox Business to make sure you are taking the right steps.moreless
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    FOX Business

    FOX Business

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    FOX Business
    FOX Business Network is a cable channel spinoff of FOX News that began broadcasting on October 15, 2007. Believing that other business cable news channels were "negative towards business," One goal of FOX owner Rupert Murdoch was to create a channel that was more business friendly. Anchors for FOX Business Network include David Asman, Cheryl Casone, Rebecca Diamond, Dagen McDowell and Stuart Varney, all of whom contribute to FBN in addition to their regular duties on FOX News. FBN's shows include Imus in the Morning, Varney and Company, Countdown to the Closing Bell, The Willis Report, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Freedom Watch and Follow the Money. Since its launch, FBN has a consistently lower ratings than CNBC. FBN has been criticized in the past for airing a large number of infomercials during off hours. Since that time, the cable channel has started airing global financial coverage from sister networks in other countries. FBN's main competitors include CNBC, Bloomburg Television, Sky News Business Channel and BBC World News, among others.moreless
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    It's The Economy, NY

    It's The Economy, NY

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    New York Times business columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin hosts a television series featuring interviews that address the evolving economic crisis affecting New Yorkers. Guests include Sen. Charles Schumer, Gov. David Paterson, former Governor Eliot Spitzer, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, among others.moreless
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    FOX Business Morning

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    FOX Business
    Start the day with the latest news from Fox Business
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    The Tom Sullivan Show

    The Tom Sullivan Show

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    FOX Business
    The Tom Sullivan Show is the FOX Business show hosted by business news anchor and radio host Thomas M. Sullivan. Fox Business Network is the cable and satellite news channel that is owned by Fox Entertainment Group and Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The channel started in 2007, with the slogan The Power to Prosper; Opportunity. Pure and simple. With programming that covers financial and business news, Fox Business is the place to get the news you need to succeed. With shows like Varney & Company bringing in the day and Countdown to the Closing Bell wrapping it up, Fox Business has coverage that is up to the minute, with analysis from shows like The Willis Report and America's Nightly Scoreboard. On The Tom Sullivan Show, we join the host of the popular radio show as he takes to television. With radio experience as well as a decade experience in financial services and his own investment management firm, Tom has a lot of insight on the issues of finance. Tom and guests like Sarah Palin and Ron Paul discuss debt ceilings, foreclosures, economic growth, and much more. Learn about the latest financial issues as experts discuss the ins and outs of the markets and regulations on The Tom Sullivan Show.moreless
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    The Big Idea: The Roadmap to Success

    The Big Idea: The Roadmap to Success

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    CNBC
    The Big Idea: The Roadmap to Success is a TV talk show from CNBC hosted by proven entrepreneur and TV personality Donny Deutsch on business, politics, and pop culture. The show, often called The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, features feel-good stories of success, showcases cutting-edge inventions, and highlights creative business entrepreneurs. Deutsch also interviews special guests, celebrating the trendsetters, power brokers, and celebrities that make things happen. Returning guests have ranged from real estate tycoon Donald Trump and porn magnate Hugh Hefner to professional wrestler Hulk Hogan and controversial political figure Jesse Jackson. Donny Deutsch's "leaner, meaner, faster, smarter" credo helped him build Deutsch, Inc., his father's small advertising company, into a top-10 agency. He sold Deutsch, Inc. in 2000 to Interpublic Group of Companies (IPG) for over $250 million, but still remains its Chairman. Deutsch has also authored two books, "Often Wrong, Never in Doubt" (with co-author Peter Knobler) and "The Big Idea: How to Make Your Entrepreneurial Dreams Come True, From the "Aha" Moment to Your First Million." The Big Idea: The Roadmap to Success with Donny Deutsch is "your toolkit for success" on everything related to living a life that's richer, both literally and figuratively.moreless
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    We Mean Business

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    A&E
    We Mean Business, which premiered on the A&E network in September of 2008, is an American reality show that features entrepreneurial experts attempting to revive a failing business. The first expert, Bill Rancic, was a former contestant on NBC's The Apprentice. The tech expert, Katie Linendoll, is an Emmy award winning producer and technology expert whom regularly contributes to the CBS Early Show, CNN Newsroom and The Nate Berkus Show. Peter Gurski, the third expert and an independent interior designer, acted as the design expert for the show. In each episode, the team of three learns the ins and outs of a business and then applies their expertise in making it financially solvent. Improving business practices, enhancing the marketing, and changing the look of the business are necessary steps taken to improve the company. Sponsored by Dell, each company receives brand new computer equipment as part of the business overhaul. Produced by GRB Entertainment, the series aired eight episodes in the first and only season.moreless
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    Money for Breakfast

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    FOX Business
    Money for Breakfast aired as a morning business television show that was mainly anchored by Alexis Glick and Peter Barnes with other famous contributors from Fox Business like Jenna Lee, Liz MacDonald and Charles Payne about different perspectives to the business field. The perfect timing of the show allowed business owners to gain a better perspective of business, finance and the economy from experienced professionals before heading off to work. This successful group of experienced professionals discuss hot business topics and report on different business strategies that could make or break a new business; secret methods that can be implemented to make significant differences in a business plan, but are unknown to many, are discussed with the education behind how it works thoroughly explained. Finances and other investments are also broken down during their conversations which can be a handful for the morning. Regardless, the show has proven to be an informative and educative platform for those who are interested in business and their professional advice has helped many.moreless
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    The Strategy Session

    The Strategy Session

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    CNBC
    The goal of the program: to keep viewers in front of the money so they can become more informed investors. In the middle of the trading day, CNBC's Emmy-award winning David Faber and CNBC's Contributing Editor Gary Kaminsky bring together the most influential people in corporate America so viewers can see how the biggest names in business allocate capital and make investment decisions.moreless
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    Job Club

    Job Club

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    ABC News
    Job Club is a television segment produced by and aired on ABC as part of its "Good Morning America" program. The segment focuses on all aspects of the job hunt, from creating an effective resume and cover letter to interview techniques and networking tips. Hosted by Tory Johnson, Job Club provides viewers with a wealth of information intended to help them secure employment that is financially profitable and personally fulfilling. The focus is on balance; Johnson often reminds the audience that happy people are content because their jobs give them personal satisfaction and adequate compensation, but do not totally dominate their entire lives and prevent them from enjoying activities with their family and friends. Certain episodes of Job Club deal with seasonal employment, suitable first jobs for teenagers, starting a home business, nailing an important interview, entering the workplace as an older worker, and how to ask for a raise or an increase in benefits.moreless
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    Your Business

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    MSNBC
    Your Business is a weekend business program dedicated to covering issues affecting the small business owner. Your Business has offered up thousands of tips on running a small business from experts, covering topics ranging from how to prevent employee theft, to negotiating a business lease in the current economy. Host JJ Ramberg is a frequent contributor to the TODAY Show about current economic and financial issues. Hundreds of small business owners have also shared their personal stories about managing a modern, small business. Airing each weekend on MSNBC, Your Business profiles owners of larger businesses which started from meagre beginnings, owners like Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinko's. These owners offer viewers tips on how they grew their own small business of the past into the current, large business of today. Viewers interested in having their questions answered can submit them through the Your Business website. Their question could be answered by one of the show's experts during the next week's show.moreless
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    Your World

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    FOX News Channel
    Your World is a daily business program that airs on the Fox News Channel and is hosted by commentator and journalist Neil Cavuto. Originally called the Cavuto Business Report when it debuted with Fox in 1996, the show covers the stock market movements of the day along with business news, political commentary and wide-ranging interviews usually related to business. Regular guests on Your World include Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric and Ben Stein, TV personality and pitchman. Forbes magazine editor-in-chief Steve Forbes appears regularly on the show's Forbes on Fox segment and superstar banking analyst Meredith Whitney appears as a rotating guest analyst. Cavuto's caustic wit and staunch conservatism earns plaudits from fans and derision from his critics. He's earned five Cable Ace nominations and won best business interviewer awards from the Wall Street Journal many times, including four years in a row. The non-profit liberal watchdog group Media Matters, however, has claimed many instances of Cavuto's apparent inaccuracies and misinformation. Your World airs on Fox News every weekday at 4PM ET.moreless
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    American Experience: The Crash of 1929

    American Experience: The Crash of 1929

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    This installment of PBS's "American Experience" explores the devastating stock market crash of 1929 through discussions with descendents of several Wall Street titans who manipulated the market and made millions in the 1920s. Interviewees include the families of Wall Street insider Jesse Livermore, stock specialist Michael Meehan and General Motors founder William Durant, as well as Groucho Marx's son, Arthur.moreless
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    Morning Joe

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    MSNBC
    This MSNBC program airs live weekday mornings from 6 to 9 am. Host Joe Scarborough creates a casual atmosphere full of lively political discussions, informative news stories, and thoughtful guest commentators.moreless
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