Anchorman Neil Cavuto is leading a new Fox News business channel into battle against CNBC with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. on his side.
Is anyone betting against Murdoch especially after his blockbuster $5 billion deal to acquire Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal?
Newsmax magazine's special report "On the Money" offers an in-depth look at the Fox Business Network (FBN) and the people behind it plus an exclusive interview with Cavuto, Fox News' senior vice president of business news.
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This special Newsmax report explores:
- The day Cavuto was "floored" by Murdoch's Dow Jones offer
- The contractual power struggle brewing between FBN and CNBC
- The incredibly long arm of media mega-conglomerate News Corp.
- Murdoch's surprising "green" side and how he feels about Hillary
- Cavuto's battle against TWO devastating illnesses
- Why FBN won't target the "old-boy Wall Street crowd"
- Mainstream media's skepticism over the Dow Jones deal
- Murdoch's real target: The New York Times
- Cavuto's philosophy of risk-taking
- What the Dow Jones purchase adds to Murdoch's media empire
- Cavuto's claim he's worked for "knuckleheads"
- The most powerful person in TV news
- Fox News Channel's secret to success
- Fox Chairman Roger Ailes and his strategy to win
- Cavuto's take on the 2008 presidential race
- Why Murdoch's happily lost $1 billion on a U.S. media outlet
- How Cavuto is "terrified, jazzed, confident"
- The dangers of Murdoch's strategy for the Journal
- And much more.
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