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The Lie that is Fox Business News

Reported by Melanie - February 14, 2008 -

Per the bio posted on Fox News' website, Neil Cavuto was named the,

[A]nchor and managing editor of business news for the FOX News Channel (FNC) in July 1996. He is now the Senior Vice President of Business News, while continuing to serve as anchor and managing editor. Additionally, he directs content and business news coverage for the FOX Business Network, where he hosts Cavuto at 6 p.m. Eastern.

Responsible for anchoring the daily, one-hour daytime financial program, Your World With Neil Cavuto, (4-5 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday)...

See below for what the "Senior Vice President of Business News" at the Fox News Channel thinks is the latest in "business news." They are the headlines (they are not static) on Cavuto's website as of 10:04 p.m. ET on February 14, 2008:

'Sopranos' Star 'Johnny Sack' on Justice Samuel Alito's remarks about the HBO show.

Sending Wrong Message? Concerned mom is outraged that drug-using Amy Winehouse won five Grammys.


Copy Cat? Hillary Clinton says Barack Obama is using her economic fix.

Business of Infidelity. 'Cheaters Day' is a gold mine for private investigators.

Getting Ahead. Date your way into the corner office?

Wanted: Boy Toys. Dating service hooks up 'sugar mamas' with 'boy toys.'

Fueling Fraud? Tax scams on the rise as stimulus debate heats up.


In contrast, the headlines at, oh, Bloomberg.com are:

-- Asian Stocks Drop on Economic Outlook, Earnings; Samsung Electronics Falls.

-- Bernanke Signals Fed May Reduce Rates Again as Economy Continues to Weaken.

-- Dollar Set for Biggest Weekly Loss This Year Against Euro on Rate Outlook.

-- U.S. Stocks Drop After Bernanke Cites Risks to Growth; Intel, Brokers Fall.

-- DBS Group Fourth-Quarter Profit Falls on U.S. Subprime Mortgage Writedowns.

-- Vietnam to Slash Coal Exports, May Phase Out All Shipments, Official Says.

-- Greenspan Says U.S. Is `On the Edge' of a Recession, Chance More Than 50%.

-- Romney Backs McCain as Republican Nominee, Asks Delegates to Support Him.

-- Gunman Opens Fire at Northern Illinois Campus, Kills Himself, Five People.

Comment: Fox Means Business?