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Jun 11, 2018

The U.S. government wants to borrow a fortune

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(Markets Edition) With the FCC officially repealing net neutrality rules today, we'll look at what this could mean for your internet experience and the services you use. Afterwards, we'll explore why the U.S. government wants to borrow $200 billion from…

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Net neutrality repeal is unlikely to bring an immediate web slowdown

Jun 11, 2018
Today is the day when so-called net neutrality rules no longer apply to the internet. Last year, the Federal Communications Commission repealed the rules that had prevented internet providers from playing favorites, by, for instance, offering faster service to customers…

(Markets Edition) With the FCC officially repealing net neutrality rules today, we’ll look at what this could mean for your internet experience and the services you use. Afterwards, we’ll explore why the U.S. government wants to borrow $200 billion from the markets, and then we’ll discuss how the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner might shake out. Today’s podcast is sponsored by Battelle (battelle.org/campaign/qi), Indeed (Indeed.com/marketplace), and Michigan Economic Development Corporation (planetm.michiganbusiness.org). (06/11/2018) 

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Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC