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- Comcast Wants Congress to Gut the New Net Neutrality Rules
The FCC is expected to vote in favor of applying Title II of the Communications Act for net neutrality on Thursday, classifying the Internet as a public utility.
Following in the steps of Netflix and Twitter's Vine video app, Google this week launched YouTube Kids, an iOS and Android kid-friendly app.
Comcast posted higher fourth-quarter revenue on Tuesday, adding new pay-TV and Internet subscribers, as the FCC's vote on net neutrality looms.
When low-wage workers at U.S. Walmart stores get a raise in April to at least $9 an hour, it will put significant pressure on rivals like Target.
The Greek government is readying a list of reforms which the ECB, IMF and European Commission will weigh and decide whether they're enough to release financial aid to the country.
When the golden statue is awarded for Best Picture at the 87th Academy Awards, that Oscar may not be worth as much as you'd think.
The NFL Scouting Combine is an opportunity for NFL teams to evaluate upcoming draft prospects and a way for private trainers to profit from preparing their players.
A couple of recently-announced mid-size bank deals may signal the Federal Reserve may be more supportive of regional bank mergers and acquisitions in the coming months.
Sony has unveiled a new three-year plan designed to drive growth and return to profitability.
Amid plunging oil prices in the fourth quarter of 2014, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway exited its positions in both Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillips.