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    Money for Breakfast

    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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    FOX Business Morning

    FOX Business Morning

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    Start the day with the latest news from Fox Business
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    Fast Track

    Fast Track

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    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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    Hoofy and Boo

    Hoofy and Boo

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    Minyanville's favorite Bull and Bear find chuckles in the stock charts for Fox Business
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    iMag Career Center

    iMag Career Center

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    Fox Business gives tips and advice on getting your dream job.
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    Leaders Before They Were Leaders

    Leaders Before They Were Leaders

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    Fox Business talks with leaders before they rose to the top.
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    Three Things

    Three Things

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    FOXBusiness.com tackles a variety of topics, breaking down the three things you should know
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    Young Guns

    Young Guns

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    FOX Business
    Young Guns is a bi-weekly financial program from FOX Business that examines the careers and activities of rising stars in the world of business. Each person or company profiled by the program is a fresh face on the business scene; most of the companies covered are unique start-ups that have quickly distinguished themselves from the competition. Young Guns has covered a huge assortment of businesses, including a family-based coconut water importer, a car rental firm specializing in rare luxury cars, a producer of medicated drinking water, and a manufacturer of frozen, organic baby foods. Each entrepreneur gives a revealing interview in which they describe what inspired them to found a company and how they have carved out their niche in their chosen industry. The subjects also speak candidly about the challenges that they have faced while trying to grow a business during an economic recession. Young Guns is inspiring, informative, and relevant to all modern business people.moreless
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    C-Suite Sit-Down

    C-Suite Sit-Down

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    The biggest names in the executive suite sit down and talk about their industries with Fox Business.
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    Opening Bell

    Opening Bell

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    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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    America's Nightly Scoreboard

    America's Nightly Scoreboard

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    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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    The Business of Innovation

    The Business of Innovation

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    The Business of Innovation, hosted by Maria Bartiromo, is a CNBC series that explores innovation as a necessary strategy for success. Bartiromo leads discussions with visionaries, problem solvers, and innovators on the need for constant innovation and creative thinking. Guests, or thought leaders, provide insight into potential solutions for problems faced by organizations, and highlight the pitfalls when innovation doesn't occur. Topics include the impact of technology on cities, healthcare, and the workplace, with discussions around sustainability, efficient workplaces, and healthcare innovations. Episodes focus on strategies for increasing profitability in the global environment, with themes such as: ways to exploit creative thinking, creating catalysts for innovation to achieve business success, and building a framework for social responsibility. Thought leaders appearing on The Business of Innovation include founders of successful companies, respected academics, CEOs, designers, Nobel Peace Prize winners, doctors, entrepreneurs, and writers, representing organizations like Xerox, IKEA, Google, The New Yorker, Kodak, Stanford University, and Harley-Davidson.moreless
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    CNN Money

    CNN Money

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    From CNN and Money magazine, CNNMoney.com combines business news and in-depth market analysis with practical advice and answers to personal finance questions.
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    Bloomberg Television

    Bloomberg Television

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    Bloomberg Business Television
    Bloomberg Television is a TV channel headquartered in New York and provides viewers with up to date news and analysis from the financial world. Over the last couple of years, the viewership of Bloomberg TV has skyrocketed to 200 million viewers worldwide. It's European and Asian headquarters are in London and Hong Kong respectively. The channel has a number of experienced financial analysts and anchors who offer sharp insights on market movements. A few of the popular daily shows telecast on the channel include 'InsideTrack' with Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker, 'Taking Stock' with Pimm Fox, 'In The Loop' with Betty Liu and 'Bloomberg Bottom Line' with Mark Crumpton. Additionally, there are some well-liked weekly shows too such as 'Venture' with Cris Valerio, 'Conversations' with Judy Woodruff, 'Political Capital' with Al Hunt and 'Bloomberg Game Changers'. At the outset, Bloomberg TV was distinguished for using a data-screen TV screen format, which it later phased out in favor of the popular moving stock ticker format.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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    Connections With Jennie Saunders

    Connections With Jennie Saunders

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    Plum TV
    "Innovators," hosted by Jennie Saunders, CEO and founder of the CORE: CLUB, features icons from the worlds of art, business, culture and entertainment who drive the economic landscape. Saunders captures the invigorating and inspiring conversation between innovators who discuss what's relevant, forthcoming, and intriguing in our world today.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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    Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times

    Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times

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    To help families cope with these challenging economic times, Sesame Street, with the generous support of the Corporation of Public Broadcasting, presents Families Stand Together, a bilingual (English and Spanish) outreach initiative with useful strategies and information to help families talk, come together, and reach out for support. Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times is an hour long television special hosted by Al Roker, Deborah Roberts and Elmo, with financial expert, Jean Chatzky, and clinical psychologist, Joshua Coleman, to help families with children, ages two to eight, experiencing difficult economic challenges.moreless
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    SoCal Connected

    SoCal Connected

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    SoCal Connected is a half-hour-signature-news-series committed to telling in depth-compelling-stories affecting the Southern California region. The informational content contained in each episode is meant to spur debate, surprise viewers, but most importantly identify the issues that connect people as Southern Californians. Since Southern California is constantly changing and evolving, SoCal Connected serves to tell the most important stories, both on air and online, affecting the region. Since the show's debut, SoCal Connected has been the recipient of several prestigious broadcasting awards, including the 2008 Golden Mic Award for Best News Public Affairs Program, 2008 Golden Mic Award for Best Original News Commentary, multiple Los Angeles Emmys and a George Foster Peabody Award. The show airs on KCET, the nation's largest independent public television station licensed to Los Angeles, California. SoCal Connected is anchored by Val Zavala (vice president of news and public affairs at KCET) and filmed in the KCET studios based in historic Hollywood California.moreless
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    FOX Biz Flash

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    Neil Cavuto delivers a wrap-up of the day's latest headlines.
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