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Media’s Top 10 Most Embarrassing Predictions of 2013

Getting it wrong, news outlets’ erroneous forecasts: Healthcare.gov like online shopping, abundant Atlantic hurricanes, $24 billion government shutdown and more.
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CNBC Outs Obama's Strategy of ‘Scaring the Market’

Treasury claims possible debt standoff would be ‘worse’ than 2008; CNBC says fear is White House ‘aim.’
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CBS, NBC Mention Job Revisions, Ignored Bigger Gains During Bush Years

Two of the broadcast networks conveniently noted upward revisions to past months job gains on Feb. 1st, as the January jobs report was released. ABC didn’t mention that day’s jobs report at all ...
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4 Out of 5 Investors Say Romney Presidency Would Be Better for Market, Economy

Barron’s: Despite left’s predications of end of world if GOP candidate wins, investors hopeful new prez could turn things around.
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NBC Uses Faltering Facebook IPO to Promote Occupy Rhetoric and Government Regulation

Following a report on Wednesday's NBC Nightly News about the dropping value of Facebook's initial public stock offering and possible investigations into what went wrong, anchor Brian Williams ...
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CNBC: Stocks Rise on 'Growing Expectations' of Obama Reelection

On CNBC's Behind the Money blog on Wednesday, Fast Money executive producer John Melloy promoted a left-leaning theory as to why the stock market has been on the rise lately: "While ...

Economy Grew More than We Knew, but Networks Barely Notice

CBS, NBC do find time to report Bush administration's reduced growth forecast.

'Today' Tells Viewers Fall in the Stock Market Can Be a Good Thing

CNBC personal finance expert Suze Orman explains the 'buy low and sell high' strategy is best for long-term investors.

CNN's 'Your $$$$$' Scours the Nation for Recession Hints

Co-hosts prod guests about the R-word, select states with bad news.

Job Numbers Crush Expectations After Warnings of Recession

NBC, CBS hedge the health of the economy on a jobs report, which turns out to be unexpectedly strong.
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