Madison Square Garden CEO James Dolan Fined $609,810 for Federal Reporting Violations

Madison Square Garden’s Chairman and CEO has settled charges with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC). More money, more problems — and a lot more fines for even the slightest of federal reporting errors. In this case, Madison Square Garden chairman… Continue Reading

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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Admits That Russians Interfered In the Net Neutrality Commenting Process

As litigation pressure mounts, FCC chairman Ajit Pai has admitted that Russians interfered with the agency’s open commenting process related to the repeal of net neutrality. An extremely contentious battle over net neutrality in the United States has a… Continue Reading

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Live Nation’s Stock Keeps Slipping Following the FTC’s Ticketmaster Examination

After the FTC’s decision to examine consumer protection surrounding Ticketmaster’s collusion with scalpers, parent company Live Nation’s stock is taking a beating. Investors fear regulatory interference could hit Live Nation’s bottom line.  Ticketmaste… Continue Reading

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Trump Administration Orders the Supreme Court to Invalidate a Net Neutrality Ruling

The Trump Administration is now taking even stronger measures to eradicate net neutrality protections in the United States. Despite a major repeal of net neutrality protections by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this year, the Trump Adminis… Continue Reading

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Charter Communications & Spectrum Officially Banned from Doing Business In New York

In 2016, Charter Communications gained approval for its buyout of Time Warner Cable (TWC), giving broadband consumers one fewer option in most states.  Now it looks like New York has gotten fed up with the lack of fulfillment from Charter’s side … Continue Reading

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