I am really having a hard time believing these quotes, talk about "assault on reason":
No one has ever accused CNBC, the cable TV home of Jim Cramer, Larry Kudlow and Maria Bartiromo, of being antibusiness. Until now.....The new service, currently named Fox Business Channel, will be developed and overseen by Roger Ailes...
At a media conference in New York yesterday, Mr. Murdoch said the Fox Business Channel would be “more business friendly than CNBC,” which he said was quick to “leap on every scandal,” according to a report on his remarks by BusinessWeek.com, whose parent, McGraw-Hill, sponsored the conference.
In a separate interview, Mr. Ailes elaborated. “Many times I’ve seen things on CNBC where they are not as friendly to corporations and profits as they should be.”
He added: “We don’t get up every morning thinking business is bad.”.
I guess I just think there is a difference between getting the word out that one is starting a new network and suggesting that a well known financial network is somehow "anti-business". I believe I'll go bang my head against the wall now.http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/09/bu...2e&oref=slogin