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The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has withdrawn his predecessor's proposal to relax a longstanding ban on ownership of both a newspaper and a broadcaster in the same large metropolitan market. Susan Walsh/Associated Press Tom
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said on Monday that he intended to aggressively promote and protect competition in the telecommunications industry, including making sure that smaller mobile phone companies have a reasonable
Americans could soon be one step closer to getting that videophone they were promised in the 1960s...Calvert for The New York Times Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the F.C.C., said experiments would begin next year to set the transition in motion. The
Calvert for The New York Times Tom Wheeler, 67, a venture capital investor and former Obama campaign fund-raiser, was sworn in on Monday as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Few people who have engaged the maw of regulation that has
Tom Wheeler was sworn in on Monday as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and promptly named to his senior staff Gigi B. Sohn, one of the agency's most outspoken critics but a supporter of the new leader...Sohn, the president of a
The Senate voted unanimously on Tuesday to confirm President Obama's two nominations to the Federal Communications Commission, overcoming obstacles by Republican lawmakers...Calvert for The New York Times Tom Wheeler The vote came after Senator Ted
Mr. Wheeler, an independent sales representative with a neuromuscular disorder, had succeeded where many in other states had failed, getting through a thicket of log-in pages. But when he tried to find out whether two health plans he liked would pay
Treasurer Stuart Wheeler has denied being sexist by saying women were "nowhere near as good as men" at games like chess, bridge and poker. The spread-betting tycoon made the comment during a debate on EU proposals for gender quotas in the boardroom.
The Reserve Bank is going to take action to suppress the residential property market. That much is abundantly clear in its proposals for a restriction on the number of bank loans that can be made to borrowers with low deposits. It is called a
June 7, 2013 In 1972, when Tony Wheeler, a co-founder of the Lonely Planet guidebooks, traveled from London to Sydney, Australia, overland from Europe to India and Nepal, along what was, tellingly, called the hippie trail, he had little to guide him.