Maria Bartiromo To Anchor ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ On Fox News Channel

Fox Business Network‘s Maria Bartiromo will anchor amariab1 Fox News Channel program, Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo, launching Sunday, March 30 at 10 AM ET. The new show will focus on the intersection of commerce and news events, offering viewers in-depth analysis on recent developments in the economy. Bartiromo will interview business leaders and industry newsmakers on topics such as job creation and investment opportunities, providing viewers with an inside look at how to prepare financially for the future.

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Fox Business Network Developing Reality-Based Series For Summer Launch

By | Wednesday February 12, 2014 @ 12:10pm PST

fbnlogo1Strange Inheritance will take a closer look at real-life stories of unconventional inheritances, Fox Business Network EVP Kevin Magee said today. FBN is developing the original alternative primetime program for a summer launch. The half-hour show is being produced by Jonathan … Read More »

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Maria Bartiromo’s Fox Business Show Gets Name And Date

By | Wednesday February 5, 2014 @ 12:06pm PST

US-POLITICS-CLINTON INITIATIVEOpening Bell With Maria Bartiromo will debut on February 24, Fox Business Network said today. Opening Bell will air from 9-11 AM ET, following Imus In The Morning (6-9 AM ET). Varney & Co., anchored by Stuart Varney, … Read More »

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Maria Bartiromo To Front Fox News Show, Joins Fox Business On Feb. 1

By | Wednesday January 22, 2014 @ 11:01am PST

Maria BartiromoThe former CNBC host will be doing double duty on cable for Fox. Maria Bartiromo will appear daily on Fox Business Network but also will host a weekly biz show on Fox News Channel every Sunday, it was announced today. … Read More »

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Charlie Gasparino Re-Signs With Fox Business Network

By | Wednesday March 6, 2013 @ 3:56pm PST

Fox Business News and Fox News Channel senior correspondent Charlie Gasparino has reupped his contract with Fox Business Networks in a multi-year deal, it was announced today. Gasparino has reported on Wall Street and financial matters … Read More »

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Disney’s Bob Iger Defends Ads But Won’t Bash Dish Network’s Auto Hop, Yet: Video

By | Tuesday May 22, 2012 @ 4:32pm PDT

Broadcasters are seeing red about the new ad-zapping Auto Hop feature on Dish Network’s Hopper DVRs. But Disney CEO Bob Iger didn’t want to address it directly in an interview today on Fox Business Network.  ”I’m in the hands of our great legal counsel,” he says. Still he says, in … Read More »

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Report: Fox Business News Cancels Primetime Lineup

By | Thursday February 9, 2012 @ 9:20pm PST

Fox Business Network scrapped its entire primetime lineup today, the New York Times reported. Beginning February 20, a repeat of the 5PM to 8PM block of shows fronted by Gerri Willis, Neil Cavuto and Lou Dobbs … Read More »

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UPDATE: News Corp Execs Defend Fox Business, Question Hulu Sale Plans

UPDATE, 3:40 PM: Although the drama in today’s analyst call involved the News Of The World hacking scandal, News Corp execs made a few interesting points about the company’s less sensational business activities. COO Chase Carey says that the Hulu auction is “progressing largely according to plan.” But he left open the possibility that it won’t result in a sale, rhetorically asking “does it make sense to pursue that path or for us to stay in an ownership position?” He and Rupert Murdoch also said that they support the Fox Business Network, claiming it was just an oversight that they didn’t mention it when listing cable channels that are poised to grow. “The ratings are in fact improving,” Murdoch said, adding that “we need more distribution, it’s true.” Still he says Fox Business is breaking even on a cash flow basis. Carey also says that FX has the potential to become a bigger revenue generator. All told, Murdoch says that News Corp operations were “exceptional” in the last quarter providing the company with the “most robust balance sheet in our history.”

PREVIOUS, 1:19 PM: The media giant says that it did well in its fiscal fourth quarter — as long as you don’t count the $245M earnings hit from the MySpace sale. The company had net profits of $683M, down 22% from the period last year, on revenues of $8.96B, up 10.5%. Net earnings came in at 26 cents a share — but if you factor out MySpace they hit 35 cents. Analysts expected 30 cents. Read More »

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Lou Dobbs’ Fox Business Network Show Gets Name, Premiere Date

By | Thursday March 3, 2011 @ 2:01pm PST
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Fox Business Network has settled on a name and a spot for its new show hosted by Lou Dobbs, who joined Rupert Murdoch’s fledgling business news cable net in November following his very public departure from CNN … Read More »

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Lou Dobbs Joins Fox Business Network

By | Wednesday November 10, 2010 @ 10:38am PST
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Outspoken anchor Lou Dobbs is returning to television a year after his public exit from CNN. He has signed a multi-year deal with the fledging Fox Business Network where will develop and host a new daily program that will launch … Read More »

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