The episode was directed by Peter Wellerwho also played the amputee sniper that was originally played by real-life amputee actor Jay J. Morris believed that the decision by Fox to drop him can be traced to his "prediction" that Mitt Romney was going to beat Barack Obama in a landslide during the Electiononly to be proven wrong on election night. The station will be operated in tandem with CBS affiliate KGPEwhich it acquired in from Newport Televisionthrough a time brokerage agreement until the sale is approved.
What economists see as the biggest threat to the economy as Fed policymakers begin their meeting on interest rates. What happens when self driving vehicles need a human touch? One Silicon Valley start-up says it has the answer. Investors focused on fundamentals as the Federal Reserve started its two-day policy meeting with most expecting the central bank to increase interest rates.
Higher oil prices lifted the energy sector which helped offset a decline in social media stocks. The social media company is facing as you know a barrage of criticism over how it handles and protects user data.
One analyst said today that the level of uncertainty surrounding that stock is like never before. And that also sent shares lower again. FB user to U. FB issuing a new statement, quote: Mark, Sheryl and their teams are working around the clock to get all the facts and take the appropriate action moving forward because they understand the seriousness of this issue.
The company is outraged we are deceived. Rule number one, top guy or gal have to address the issue. Where the heck are they? FB shares continuing their decline today. And among other things, the FCC saying it takes these allegations of data misuse seriously, saying, quote, consumers need stronger protections for the digital age, such as comprehensive data security and privacy laws, transparency and accountability for data brokers and rights to and control over their data.
FB really does depend on harvesting user data for selling to advertisers. FB has come to depend on. Meanwhile, Cambridge Analytica taking action, suspending its CEO Alexander Nix with immediate effect pending a full independent investigation, saying his comments secretly recorded by Channel 4 in which he describes shady business practices do not represent the values or operations of the firm.
FB that felt the heat. FB is a big issue for the markets in general, for several reasons.
First, technology was the big market leader last year and into And it was partly because social media stocks were big market movers. GRPNother social media stocks attracted a lot of new money last year.
There is a big problem with that. No market leadership in social media. The other problem is rick of increased regulation.
Internet platforms in general have been very lightly regulated since the first laws were written in the s. With always for investigations and Congress gaining steam all we need are one or two more nasty revelations and there will be bills introduced with broad implications for many other tech and software stocks.
FB manages itself or even force changes in management, forget about it. Zuckerberg owns the majority of the voting rights to the company. Zuckerberg himself controls about 14 percent but their class B shares have 10 votes per share.
The class A shares that trade have only one vote per share. Good luck forcing changes with those kinds of voting rights. And so as both Bob and Julia mentioned, there is now this increased risk that the whole social media industry will face tighter regulation, not exactly something that businesses usually want.
But it is something that a number of people in Washington are calling for. Kayla Tausche picks up the story for us from there.Apr 24, · Nightly Business Report - Thursday June 20 Nightly Business Report - April 23 Nightly Business Report - Tuesday June 11 during the housing crash, it was a risk you were willing to take.
But the story now is, no supply. Home listings in March were down 17 percent from a year ago, according to the realtors and some. report" with tyler matheson. >> no change. the federal reserve leaves interest rates where they are and stocks move higher.
>> coming up, oracle and fed-ex, two corporates report disappointing earnings. >> and hot houses. "Nightly Business Report" Episode dated 20 March (TV Episode ) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more.
responded to this most recent and severe crisis. >> reporter: chairman bernanke says he will read some student papers, though he won't be scoring any tests.
so we won't know where the fed chairman stands on the critical issue of inflation, at least when it comes to grades. darren gersh, "nightly business report," washington.
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