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After the coffee. Before seeing if the Dodgers need a tweeter. The Skinny: There is a great article in today's Wall Street Journal about all the distractions people face every day at work. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one with ADD. Wednesday's...
There may only be two candidates, but plans for a debate moderated by Donald Trump are "moving full steam ahead," the organizers said Friday. Only Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum accepted the invitation from conservative media group Newsmax to attend the...
Reversing course, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reimbursed the state for personal and political travel on a state police helicopter, including a trip to meet with Republicans urging him to consider a presidential run. Christie, a Republican,...
Opinion L.A.Are illegal immigrants to blame for Arizona fires? In Sen. John McCain's world, it seems they are....
Show TrackerVeteran commentator Andy Rooney will end his tenure at "60 Minutes," where he's been a mainstay since 1978. He'll make his last regular appearance on the newsmagazine during Sunday's telecast. His departure leaves a void of his signature commentary,...
Show TrackerCan lively radio make for good television? The Fox Television Stations group is going to find out this summer with “Dish Nation,” a half-hour weeknight show that will package clips from four radio programs around the country. It's being...
Soupy Sales, a comic with a gift for slapstick who attained cult-like popularity in the 1960s with a pie-throwing routine that became his signature, has died. He was 83. Sales had numerous ailments and died Thursday at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, said...
Show TrackerRadio provocateur Don Imus, whose daily talk show begins simulcasting on Fox Business Network on Monday, said the cable channel â??is a much nicer placeâ?? than the other networks that have run his program. That said, â??youâ??ve got nuts i...
The Morning Fix: Redstone keeps National Amusements but sells some CBS and Viacom stock. Young exits 20th. 'NCIS: LA' success bad for creativity? Twitter cop!Company TownAfter the coffee. Before finding your umbrella. Sumner's nine lives: Looks like Sumner Redstone can still go to the movies for free. The media mogul chairman of both Viacom and CBS is holding off on selling National Amusements Inc., the......
Top of the TicketIt's a day of dueling summits. This afternoon President Obama hosts a jobs summit at the White House, where executives from business giants like Google, Xerox, Boeing and General Electric will meet with union leaders, economists, small-business owners and...
Company TownFox Business Network says it has no plans to immediately replace Alexis Glick, the anchor of its morning show "Opening Bell" who announced on the air this morning that she's leaving the cable channel after three years there. Glick, who......
Company TownFox Business Network's Alexis Glick, who was a big hire for the News Corp.-owned cable channel, announced on her show this morning that she is leaving her job as anchor of "Opening Bell" and vice president of news. Glick, 37,......
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