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Neil Cavuto Leads Fox Business Network’s Election Night Coverage

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Fox Business Network will turn to anchor and managing editor Neil Cavuto for coverage of the upcoming elections. “Special Report: 2014 Midterm Elections” begins with a special report at 8 p.m. ET, alongside Maria Bartiromo. At 9 p.m., Cavuto will be joined by “Lou Dobbs Tonight” host Lou Dobbs. Additional coverage and analysis will include FBN’s Liz MacDonald, Lisa Kennedy Montgomery, Charles Payne, Melissa Francis and David Asman.

FBN’s Sandra Smith will have comparative analysis of elections returns via Fox Business’ “one-touch” technology, and Jo Ling Kent will handle exit poll data from the Fox Business Virtual Newsroom.

‘Little House on the Prairie’ Co-stars Reunite on FBN

These days she’s an anchor Fox Business Network, but once upon a time Melissa Francis camped out at that Little House on the Prairie. On Friday’s show, Francis caught up with Laura Ingalls Wilder herself, Melissa Gilbert who is out with a new cookbook, inspired by the food they ate on set.


Former CNN, CNBC, and Fox News Business Anchor Terry Keenan Dies, at 53

10744191_10152468604982887_439938408_oTerry Keenan, a former CNN and Fox News anchor, has died. She was 53. Keenan’s sister, Linda, tells TVNewser the cause of death was a massive cerebral hemorrhage. Keenan had been receiving treatment at New York’s Lenox Hill Hospital.

A pioneer among women working in financial news, Keenan joined Fox in 2002 from the now-shuttered CNNfn where she’d been since 1998. Before that, Keenan spent three years at CNBC. Her first television job was at CNN, which she joined in 1986.

10730915_10152468604652887_498442908_o Keenan left Fox News in 2009 to, in her family’s words, “work on her most cherished production: her son Benno Kass, with husband Ron Kass” (pictured, left, in a family photo shared with TVNewser).

She was still sharing her financial knowledge, though, working as a business columnist for the Sunday editions of the New York Post. Keenan’s last story for the newspaper was published October 19.
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Maria Bartiromo to Host Yahoo! Special

maria bartiromoWith Wall Street setting its gaze on Yahoo’s earnings report this afternoon, Fox Business Network has decided to pre-empt the 5pmET edition of “The Willis Report” for a Yahoo earnings special anchored by Maria Bartiromo. Bartiromo anchors FBN’s morning show “Opening Bell,” but spent most of her career anchoring the “Closing Bell” on CNBC. Willis will contribute to the special. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is using the earnings call to outline plan for the company.

Liz Claman Sits Down With ‘Haute Living’

Claman304-1 Haute Living recently sat down with Liz Claman, who hosts “Countdown to the Closing Bell” and “After the Bell” on the Fox Business Network. Claman spoke candidly about breaking into the industry, her limited financial background and what she would ask Steve Jobs.

Claman broke into the industry without any financial background by telling CNBC, “Anybody can learn numbers. Anybody can learn to read a balance sheet or an earnings report. But can you sit across from Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Charlie Munger, or Elon Musk and ask them the questions that elicit newsmaking answers?”

Since selling herself to CNBC, Claman has landed countless interviews, including Buffet and Gates. She parlayed her success into a role at Fox Business Network and says, “the cool thing about FOX is that they don’t ask why. They say, sure, why not. We’ve done some crazy things here!”

FBN’s Liz Claman: Trying to ‘Inform, Not Inflame’ as Ebola Rocks Markets

LizClamanFox Business Network anchor Liz Claman tells TVNewser she had a “jaw dropping, stomach-turning moment” Wednesday, watching the Dow drop on the heels of overnight reports a second health care worker had been diagnosed with Ebola:

Markets hate surprises, especially like that, and when European stocks opened, they suffered their biggest one-day slide since 2011.By the time U.S. markets began the trading session, the market was primed to become red-meat for the bears.

Within minutes, the Dow plunged more than 250, then 350 points. It was swift and ugly.

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Jack Ma, Meet the U.S. Business Networks

AlibabaThe big news on Wall Street today is the Alibaba IPO. If you’re not up to speed on the Chinese e-commerce company, here’s some perspective: its sales are greater than Amazon and eBay combined. That’s big. And today the company goes public listing on the NYSE, and that’s where founder and executive chairman Jack Ma will be today. CNBC is claiming it will get the first interview with Ma, around 9:30amET on “Squawk on the Street,” Bloomberg’s Emily Chang interviews Ma at 9:45am and FBN’s Jo Ling Kent will interview Ma from the NYSE floor at 9:55am. The Alibaba IPO could be the largest ever on Wall Street.

Rupert Murdoch Won’t Go After Time Warner ‘In A Hostile Way’

Rupert Murdoch was a guest during FBN’s special coverage of the vote in Scotland this morning.

The Chairman of News Corp. and 21st Century Fox phoned in to Neil Cavuto where he was asked about today’s independence vote in Scotland, the 2016 U.S. elections, the global terror threat on the markets and his withdrawn offer for Time Warner.

Murdoch said he hasn’t had any discussions since withdrawing the Time Warner bid in early August, and won’t go after a deal “in a hostile way.”


Innovator or Addict?: Fox Biz Anchors Debate Elon Musk

FBN’s Stuart Varney and Liz Claman got into it a bit today during “Varney & Co.” today.

Claman was on to promote her interview with SpaceX founder Elon Musk around 3:30pmET. Varney says Musk “is addicted to tax breaks” and said a claim of creating more than 6,000 jobs at a new gigafactory in Nevada, is overblown. To which Claman said, “I’m so surprised to see you … You sound, now, like a democrat, actually.”


In Profile: Bartiromo, Tapper, O’Reilly, Alexander

  • Maria Bartiromo talks with Adweek about her media diet and how she starts her day: “Usually I’ll check the performance of the international markets. Then I’ll look online and through Wall Street research reports to figure out what is setting the tone for the markets that day.”

  • Jake Tapper talks about his morning routine with Bon Appetit: “As soon as I wake up, I read my email to see what news developed overnight. Then I go to Twitter and do the same thing, see what’s happened in the rest of the world. Finally, I go to Facebook to get the developments on my friend’s lives. And then I get out of bed. This is all before coffee.”

  • Bill O’Reilly talks with the Cindy Adams about his latest book: Killing Patton. “Wartime things exist of which we have no idea. Our side wasn’t all good. Eisenhower and Patton, who had mistresses, were glory seekers, not buddies. In this book they’re human beings.”

  • Peter Alexander turned the “Today” show lens on his sister Becky Alexander discussing her memoir, Not Fade Away, which tells the story of how her world is changing because of a disorder called Usher Syndrome Type III, causing her to go blind and deaf.

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