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    Three Things

    Three Things

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    FOX Business
    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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    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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    The Business of Innovation

    The Business of Innovation

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    CNBC
    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

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    CNN
    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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    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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    Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times

    Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times

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    Sesame Workshop
    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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    FOX Biz Flash

    FOX Biz Flash

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    FOX News Channel
    Neil Cavuto delivers a wrap-up of the day's latest headlines.
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    Your World

    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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    FOX Car Report

    FOX Car Report

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    FOX News Channel
    FOX Car Report provides up-to-date reports on the automobile industry and gives you a fast-paced round-up of information that aims to make your car decisions easier. The information is for those who are serious about having a handle on safety, but it is often presented with a lighter, more entertaining slant that does not keep you guessing when the nightly segment will begin. You can see their weekly live broadcast on Thursdays at 2:00PM or if you are a real fan you can follow them on Twitter. Viewers are often exposed to field reporting with local commentary that is insightful into what most of us expect from our automobiles. From keeping you on top of outrageous automotive fads or family friendly features, to converting your garage to house your new electric car, the FOX team doesn't spin their wheels when it comes to their coverage. Tune in to see how FOX will have your car news engines racing.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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    Good Money

    Good Money

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    ABC News
    Good Money on ABC News answers the questions you need to keep you in the money. ABC New's Good Money asks are you struggling with your credit cards? Worried about investments or your retirement? Good Money answers these questions and gives viewers advice on how to save, how to invest, and how to be on your way to personal financial freedom. Good Money understands that saving during this recession can be tough and provides you with help on how to stretch your dollars. Also included on the show are the latest stock quotes and business news, tax tips, 401K advice, how to save during the recession, gas price updates, and Mellody Hobson's personal finance tips. Viewers can submit financial questions and comments to ABC New's Good Money and personal finance experts, including Tory Johnson, Mellody Hobson and Elizabeth Leamy, will review your comments and select questions to answer on the show.moreless
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    Everyday Edisons

    Everyday Edisons

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    PBS
    Everyday Edisons is a reality television series currently airing on PBS. Created by Louis Foreman and hosted by Michael Cable, the program revolves around aspiring inventors trying to thrust their idea into the global consciousness. Differing from other reality shows of the same ilk, Everyday Edisons does not eliminate the contestants from the show. Every invention featured on Everyday Edisons is at least put through the process of commercialization. They show then follows each inventor as they attempt to get their product idea actualized. each inventor is given equal opportunity to get their invention made in a world in which investors are often hard to come by. Some products created on the show include products called Befudiom, Tsquare, Koku, and Kineta.moreless
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    Tools of the Trade

    Tools of the Trade

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    National Geographic
    Tools of the Trade from National Geographic is a documentary series that explores what tools it takes to get the job done in various exciting professions. Everyone knows what sort of tasks law enforcement officers or firefighters handle every day, but what about the equipment that helps them on some of the world's toughest jobs? This series explores the science behind the tools, demonstrating how they work, why they were developed, and what the future might bring to their arsenals. Follow along with a S.W.A.T. team as they employ everything from tazers and riot shields to tear gas and high-powered rifles. Find out what it takes to be a demolitions expert and if it takes more than a few sticks of dynamite to take down enormous structures. Whether the jobs are big or small, it takes expertise, training, and tools to overcome even the most dangerous tasks. National Geographic brings the science and the power of tools to life in Tools of the Trade.moreless
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    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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    The World Debate

    The World Debate

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    BBC
    The World Debate is the BBC series where business editor Jeff Randall and BBC economics editor Evan Davis sit down to discuss the world economy. The World Debate is the BBC World News series where important questions are put in the spotlight, with representatives from the worlds of politics, media, business, finance, the arts and more coming together to discuss the topics. The panel discussions cover topics from all over the map. Is the water crisis an actual shortage or due to bad management of supply? As the economy is recovering, many jobs are being created, but some employers can't find the right people. How can this skills shortage be solved? As the epidemic of obesity continues to grow, what solutions can be put in place to address it? See experts in the fields offer ideas for solutions and plans of action to address these problems. Join as the panels discuss these issues and more on the BBC series The World Debate.moreless
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    Fox Business Brief

    Fox Business Brief

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    Fox Business Brief is the FOX Business series where FBN's Robert Gray breaks down the biggest stories from the business day. 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 Fox Business Brief, viewers get the scoop quickly, as Robert Gray gives the days stories in a short and efficient segment. Gray covers stories about companies like Facebook and Citi, market activity, government actions, and much more. Get the scoop of the day, in a minute or less. Stay up to date with the top stories from Robert Gray on Fox Business Brief.moreless
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    Varney and Co.

    Varney and Co.

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    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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    The Willis Report

    The Willis Report

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    The Willis Report (6 & 9PM/ET) is a primetime cable news program on the Fox Business Network that covers the leading financial and political stories of the day and their impact on consumers. Gerri Willis joined Fox Business Network (FBN) in March of 2010.

    Prior to joining FBN, Willis served as the personal finance editor for CNN Business News and hosted the weekly half-hour program entitled "Your Bottom Line," which focused on ways to save Americans money and the economy's effects on personal finance. Before CNN, she was senior financial correspondent at SmartMoney magazine.moreless
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