FCC Hoping Its Net Neutrality Rules Survive Inevitable Litigation

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The chairman of the FCC said the agency is trying to draw up rules on how broadband Internet providers treat traffic on their networks, while attempting to ensure that the rules can stand up in court.

New Ford F-150 Truck More Gas Efficient

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Ford said its aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup mated with a new 2.7-liter, turbocharged V6 can achieve 22 mpg, the best of any gasoline-fueled pickup available.

Appeals Court Grants TV Programmers Stay in FCC Fight

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An appeals court granted TV channel owners a preliminary victory in their standoff with the FCC over disclosure of programming contracts, raising the prospect of further delays to the agency’s review of big pay-TV industry mergers.

Dish Restores Turner TV Channels

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CNN and other networks owned by Time Warner Inc.’s Turner Broadcasting have been restored on Dish Network Corp.’s satellite TV service as part of a short-term accord between the battling media companies.

European Telecoms' Merger Talk Reaches Fever Pitch

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Talk of mergers among European telecoms firms in France has been so intense that executives are openly joking about it.

Startups Mine Data From Fields, Shadows

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A growing coterie of entrepreneurs are selling analysis of obscure data sets to traders in search of even the smallest edges.

Disney Expands Shanghai Media Group Partnership

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Walt Disney and Shanghai Media Group are expanding their movie-producing partnership to develop TV shows, and cooperate on marketing and content distribution.

Dillard's Sets $500 Million Buyback

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Dillard’s unveiled a $500 million stock buyback program Friday, a day after an activist investor began pushing for change at the department-store operator.

Canadian Railroads Look to Manage Congestion

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Canadian railroads have reduced the number of railcar orders farmers will be able to place this crop season in a bid to manage rail congestion.

Abercrombie to Open Mexico Stores

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Teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch said it has signed a franchise agreement, the first in the company’s history, with Grupo AXO to bring its namesake and Hollister brands to the Mexican market.

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