Federal Appeals Court Grants TV Programmers Stay in FCC Dispute

Related Link: 

A D.C. appeals court has 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.

New Ford F-150 Truck More Gas Efficient

Related Link: 

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.

Draghi Talks Tough on Inflation

Related Link: 

ECB President Mario Draghi sent a strong signal that the central bank is ready to expand its stimulus programs if inflation shows signs of staying too low for too long.

Pentagon to Contractors: Innovate

Related Link: 

The Pentagon wants to spend more of its budget on new technologies from beyond its traditional supplier base—posing a challenge for established contractors.

Honda in Talks With Suppliers Besides Takata

Related Link: 

Honda is in talks with several suppliers besides Takata Corp. about securing replacement parts for vehicles recalled over defective Takata-made air bags, people knowledgeable about the matter said.

Targeted Ads? TV Can Do That

Related Link: 

TV networks and marketers are harnessing new “Big Data” tools to target ads by matching viewers of niche shows with their shopping preferences, making the television ad landscape more like the online one.

Canadian Railroads Look to Manage Congestion

Related Link: 

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.

EU Reviews Aviation Policy

Related Link: 

The European Union’s executive arm has begun a review of aviation policy that could trigger changes in everything from consumer-rights protection to airline-ownership rules.

China Cuts Interest Rates

Related Link: 

China cut lending rates for the first time in more than two years, in an acknowledgment that its piecemeal efforts to bolster its flagging growth have failed.

TV-Streaming Firm Aereo Files for Bankruptcy

Related Link: 

Internet-broadcast streaming company Aereo Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection five months after the Supreme Court delivered the technology a company a fatal blow in its fight with traditional television broadcasters.

Syndicate content