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    Street Signs

    Street Signs

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    CNBC
    Street Signs is a business news program that airs on CNBC and his hosted by Erin Burnett. It covers the top stories of the day on the trading floor and focuses on the day’s market action, live from CNBC's global headquarters in New Jersey. Wall Street analysts, investors, and executives frequent the set to offer their insider opinions on the movements of the market. Erin provides comprehensive analysis of everything from mergers and acquisitions to rising stocks to watch. Two unique segments include “Stop Trading!” where notorious “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer summarizes the state of the market and offers his take on the day’s trading, and “Faber Report,” David Faber’s take on market action. The show premiered in 1996 with host Ron Insana and was briefly nonexistent from 2002-2003 before being revived by Insana. Maria Bartiromo also previously hosted the program. Street Signs airs on CNBC at 2 p.m.moreless
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    Bobby G: Adventure Capitalist

    Bobby G: Adventure Capitalist

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    Mojo
    Bobby G: Adventure Capitalist is a television program that airs on the Mojo network every Thursday night at 9:30 pm. The show stars Bobby Genovese, the founder of companies such as BG Capital Group and BG Capital Management Corporation, as he flies around the world doing business and pursuing his dreams. Bobby G is joined on the show by a team of executives from his many companies: Marco M, the CEO of BG Capital; Brent L, the CEO of Clearly Canadian; Steve C, head of investor relations for Clearly Canadian; and Jerry N, CEO of the Neptune Project. Aside from doing business from Aspen to New York to the Bahamas, Bobby G is also an avid athlete and enjoys playing competitive polo, skiing and diving. As of 2011, Bobby G: Adventure Capitalist has aired for only one season on Mojo. The primary focus of the first season has been Bobby G's efforts to get his Clearly Canadian drink company off the ground.moreless
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    Ice Brigade

    Ice Brigade

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    Food Network
    Learn all the ins and outs of the upscale ice sculpting business.
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    America's Nightly Scoreboard

    America's Nightly Scoreboard

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    FOX Business
    America's Nightly Scoreboard is a program on the Fox Business Channel, hosted by anchor David Asman. The program covers events in financial and business news. Fox Entertainment Group owns Fox Business Network and started broadcasting on October 15, 2007. The show launched on April 23, 2009. America's Nightly Scoreboard covers a broad spectrum of current events from stock quotes to sports scores and box office hits as they relate to politics and finance and how those things affect the American public. Viewers can learn more about the program from the Fox Business website. Anchor David Asman has been with Fox News since 1997. Along with America's Nightly Scoreboard, he also hosts Forbes on Fox and has been host of Fox News Live and has done a number of Fox News Specials. For anyone interested in current events in the business and financial world and what it means to them in their personal lives then America's Nightly Scoreboard is a good resource to use.moreless
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    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch

    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch

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    Plum TV
    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch is an interview program from PlumTV that broadcasts half-hour interviews with the most successful and powerful businesspeople in the United States. Each interview focuses on the human side of business; Tisch asks insightful and penetrating questions designed to reveal the people behind some of the largest and wealthiest companies in the world. Interviews also cover current business events and economic news; however, the focus is not on numbers or statistics, but on the understanding of human nature and desire that is necessary to make a serious impact on the international business scene. Past guests have included Donald Trump, Robert Johnson, Ken Chenault, Ann Moore, Peter Morton, Linda Johnson Rice, and a host of other business leaders. Host Jonathan Tisch is a business luminary in his own right; he is the Chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels, and Co-Chairman of the Board at its parent, Loews Corporation.moreless
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    The Fairy Jobmother

    The Fairy Jobmother

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    Lifetime
    Hayley Taylor, an international career specialist, helps job-challenged families find work on the Lifetime series The Fairy Jobmother.
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    Journal Editorial Report

    Journal Editorial Report

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    FOX News Channel
    The Journal Editorial Report is a weekly American interview and panel discussion TV program on Fox News Channel, hosted by Paul Gigot, editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to moving to Fox News, the show aired on PBS for 15 months, ending on December 2, 2005. Opening with a newsmaker of the week, Gigot usually interviews a guest for the first half of the program, asking questions related to the writings of the guest or a current event of interest to the guest. Following the guest segment, the program becomes a panel discussion of Wall Street Journal editorial writers giving their opinions on the political, economic, and cultural issues of the current week. The final segment labeled Hits and Misses lets the panelists speculate on what they believe will happen in the upcoming week.moreless
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    Varney and Co.

    Varney and Co.

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    FOX Business
    Varney and Co. is the FOX Business show where host Stuart Varney and guests discuss political and business issues. 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. Fox Business has coverage throughout the day, with up to the minute news and numbers to keep you on the track to success. Opening their day is Varney and Co., a discussion show hosted by veteran business journalist Stuart Varney. Varney joined FOX Business Network as an anchor in 2007, and has served as a contributor to many of their shows. Before his time at FBN, he worked as a host at both CNBC and CNN, helping launch CNN's business news team in 1980. Now Varney is enlisting help from Charles Payne, Chris Cotter, Tracy Byrnes, and more, to discuss issues like government spending, health care, bailouts, and much more on FOX Business Network's Varney and Co.moreless
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    Opening Bell

    Opening Bell

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    FOX Business
    Opening Bell, Fox Business Networks financial news program is experiencing good returns, and wants you to share in the experience. A program dedicated to the first 30 minutes of market trading in the United States. But also covers most foreign markets as they influence American stocks and companies. The program airs at 9:00 am Eastern Time and gives viewers insight into the stock market. Covering everything from expectations and reactions to opening market fluctuations and external pressures. Contemplating how they affect current stock prices and companies. The stock market can surely be a wild ride, but with Opening Bell's host Alexis Glick to guide you through. Along with the shows many contributors and reporters on the floor and across the globe. Your financial concerns raised and discussed from different perspectives. First airing on 12/17/2007, Opening Bell has been among the first to bring you many stories that have rocked the financial papers and headlines. Don't miss the Opening Bell.moreless
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    Forbes Sports Money

    Forbes Sports Money

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    YES Network
    Every month YES Network goes in-depth with stories about the business side of sports.
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    Kudlow & Company

    Kudlow & Company

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    CNBC
    Kudlow & Company is a talk show that aired on CNBC from 2005 until 2008. The program was hosted by Lawrence Kudlow, a former Reagan economic advisor, who is a renowned economics commentator and syndicated columnist. Kudlow is also known for his other television ventures: America Now, Kudlow & Cramer, and The Kudlow Report. True to Mr. Kudlow's creedo -- "We believe that free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity!" -- the show has a heavily politico-economic focus and usually features interviews with prominent politicians. Show segments include Kudlow's Money Politics, which is an examination of the relationship between politics and the economy; Money Makers, in which Kudlow talks with financial analysts; and Econ-o-Rama, which consists of interviews with reputable economists. Notable guests have included President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Chairman of IAC/Interactive and Expedia Barry Diller, Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel, former Secretary of Energy and Governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson, and New York Senator Charles Schumer.moreless
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    The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

    The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

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    MSNBC
    Lawrence O'Donnell hosts this news and political commentary program. O'Donnell is described by MSNBC as "providing the last word on the biggest issues and most compelling stories of the day."
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    On The Money

    On The Money

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    CNBC
    On The Money is a personal finance program on CNBC with the goal and belief of "Take control of your money, Take control of your life". On The Money is hosted by Carmen Wong Ulrich as she dives right into your personal financial options to help guide you through the wealth of information and choices that exist today. Her uncanny insight will help guide you to making the best financial decision that will enable you to take control of your life! Some of her most notable segments include Pre-Retirement 401k and Asset Allocation Advice, Carmen's Real Deal on Brokers, First-Time Home Buyers, Airline Reward Cards and Dollar Dilemmas. Topics range from home & real estate to retirement, insurance, education, the economy, taxes, shopping deals, banking, employment, automotive, credit, debit & bills and travel, leisure & recreation. If you want to find out the best and most efficient ways to "take control of your money, take control of your life" then tune into On The Money with Carmen Wong Ulrich and make a difference with your financial future.moreless
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    Your Questions Your Money

    Your Questions Your Money

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    FOX Business
    Your Questions Your Money is a round-table style show from Fox Business, hosted by Dagen McDowell and Tracy Byrnes. The show features a table of panelists as well as satellite link-up guests around the world, who take questions on various small business topics, the economy and personal finance via call or email. The show's guests are usually entrepreneurs who have created a number of profit-making companies over their careers. The show also features elements of comedy from the guests, but intends to be as factual and helpful as possible to its viewers. Offering advice on start-ups, business advertising and marketing, panelists will often go through their various businesses and describe how they became successful, their approach to business, and the continual push on the business. Essentially, Your Questions Your Money, covers all the bases in an era of severe economic decline for many people, with the aim of helping new entrepreneurs benefit.moreless
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    Wallstrip

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    Wallstrip
    Wallstrip is a daily business satire news video podcast that launched in October 2006, a year before the US stock market reached its peak. The initial concept was to highlight publicly traded companies whose stock was trading at or near an all time high. As the bear market set in, the show dropped the niche criterion and would feature other companies as well as make commentary on the economy at large. In May 2007, the programme was acquired by CBS's interactive unit at an estimated value of US$4 million to US$ 5 million.moreless
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    C-Suite Sit-Down

    C-Suite Sit-Down

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    FOX Business
    The biggest names in the executive suite sit down and talk about their industries with Fox Business.
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    Mary Talks Money

    Mary Talks Money

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    Live Well
    EMMY award-winning financial journalist, Mary Caraccioli, hosts Mary Talks Money on the Live Well HD Network.
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    Countdown to the Closing Bell

    Countdown to the Closing Bell

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    FOX Business
    Countdown to the Closing Bell is a Wall Street news series from Fox Business Network that has been an American institution since 2008. The program combines the immediacy of a live stock ticker with the suspense of a stretch run in the Kentucky Derby. Host Liz Claman has an uncanny knack for putting the Wall Street trading day into crystal-clear focus as the clock ticks down to that all bets are off moment of the last bell. From Fox's state of the art broadcast center a few short blocks from the NYSE in New York City, Claman and the Countdown team have become the go-to broadcasters for Wall Street happenings as they happen. Ask the multiple Emmy-winning anchor how she holds up under the pressure of a live broadcast where errors are a deadly sin and the information she provides is the raw material for millions of dollars in investments every day, and she'll distill it down to her own simple formula, "Most of all, we care about helping you make money, keep your money, [and] grow your money. So stay tuned!"moreless
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    Very Independent Producers

    Very Independent Producers

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    Plum TV
    On "Very Independent Producers," Ted and Christine get a chance to share their wit and hard-earned wisdom as they kick back with friends and colleagues from all corners of the film world. Ted, Christine, and their impressive roster of guests share their film experiences past and present and discuss the inner workings of the industry.moreless
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    Worldwide Exchange

    Worldwide Exchange

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    CNBC
    Worldwide Exchange is a business news television program on CNBC, which boasts the honorable title of first worldwide daily business news program, and stars anchors based in major business hubs. Ross Wesgate from London, Christine Tan from Singapore, and Nicole Lapin from the CNBC Global Headquarters in the United States join to present a show that can be handy for anyone in the field of business. Wesgate, Tan, and Lapin provide in-depth analysis of any trends that may affect business or investors that look across international markets. With guest reporters from all around the globe—from New York City to Mumbai, from Frankfurt to Tokyo, from Shanghai to Dubai—the show manages to capture a truly global dynamic view of trends, so that viewers may be well-educated about each potential business affecting trend before they sink a large sum of money, or a large amount of time, into whatever project they are considering. Tune in to CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange for assistance in working towards your money-making goals.moreless
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