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Business News – White House: Breitbart should ‘consider’ firing Steve Bannon

Trump slams Bannon: He lost his mind

The White House on Thursday said that Breitbart should consider firing its executive chairman, Steve Bannon, after excerpts published from a forthcoming book quoted Bannon making a number of incendiary comments about President Trump and his administration.

A reporter asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders during her daily briefing, “Should Breitbart part ways with Steve Bannon?”

“I certainly think that is something they should look at and consider,” Sanders replied.

Bannon joined Trump’s presidential campaign as its CEO in summer 2016, and then served as the White House’s chief strategist until leaving in August of last year and returning to Breitbart.

He drew the White House’s ire this week when The Guardian revealed that author Michael Wolff quoted him in his book “Fire and Fury” as saying the Trump Tower meeting involving Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign was “unpatriotic” and perhaps “treasonous.”

Related: Wolff’s Trump book going on sale four days early amid furor

Trump responded by slamming Bannon in a fiery statement, saying Bannon had “lost his mind.”

Sanders’ comments came amid speculation that Bannon’s future at Breitbart might be in jeopardy.

The Washington Post reported on Wednesday night that Bannon had also alienated mega-donor Rebekah Mercer, who owns a share in Breitbart and has funded other Bannon ventures in the past. Larry Solov, the website’s CEO, and Susie Breitbart, the widow of founder Andrew Breitbart, also have an ownership stake in Breitbart.

Then on Thursday morning conservative news heavyweight Matt Drudge, who worked with Andrew Breitbart for years and who has taken shots at Bannon before, stoked the flames. Drudge tweeted that Solov and Susie Breitbart “will take Breitbart into the fresh future.” His website also linked to a story speculating about whether Bannon would survive, asking in his headline, “BREITBART SHAKE-UP?”

The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday afternoon that Breitbart’s board members were debating whether or not to oust Bannon. A person familiar with the matter told CNN that there was, indeed, a “hard push” to convince Solov and Susie Breitbart to fire Bannon.

Soon after the Wall Street Journal story, Mercer publicly rebuked Bannon in a rare statement.

“I support President Trump and the platform upon which he was elected,” Mercer said in the statement, which was provided to the Washington Post. “My family and I have not communicated with Steve Bannon in many months and have provided no financial support to his political agenda, nor do we support his recent actions and statements.”

Neither Bannon or a spokesperson for Breitbart provided comment to CNN about his future at Breitbart.

CNNMoney (New York) First published January 4, 2018: 5:55 PM ET

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Technology News – Can municipal broadband save the open internet?

No challenge around the future of the internet looms larger in the coming year than what to do in the aftermath of the repeal of net neutrality. Open internet proponents were stunned at last month’s vote, which struck at the heart of the belief that the internet should be free, fair, and open for all users.

No such luck unfortunately. As TechCrunch’s Devin Coldeway discussed last month, there are very few options for reversing the decision at the federal level anytime soon. With Republican majorities in Congress and on the Supreme Court, there are no avenues to begin a “repeal of the repeal.” The FCC has voted, and the rule is going to become the rule.

That means the battle for an open internet is increasingly being waged at the Internet Service Provider (ISP) level. Despite some mollifying comments from traditional ISPs, few activists believe that commercial ISPs aren’t going to take advantage of the new revenue streams that paid prioritization will provide.

Unfortunately for millions of Americans, they have almost no choice in the matter either way. According to an analysis from the Institute for Local Self Reliance (ILSR), roughly 129 million Americans have options for internet access only from previous net neutrality violators. And for tens of millions of Americans who still only have one ISP to “choose,” there is little hope of avoiding the effects of net neutrality.

Muni, muni, muni

For activists staring at the map, the only alternative to all of this is to just roll their own solution, and they are increasingly looking at municipal-owned broadband as a viable path for guaranteeing net neutrality.

The idea is simple. Internet access should be considered a human right, and a sort of local utility similar to electricity. It doesn’t make sense for multiple internet providers to lay fiber in the ground, any more than multiple power utilities should construct their own grid. Cities can construct the core infrastructure, and using an open access model, ISPs can lease bandwidth for their own customers.

The idea is hardly novel. Currently, 172 cities have near-comprehensive municipal broadband solutions for its citizens according to ILSR, which comprehensively tracks municipal network data. Hundreds more communities have at least some publicly-owned broadband infrastructure.

Even more exciting, municipal broadband proponents were given a major victory this week in Fort Collins, where the city council voted unanimously in favor of constructing a municipal broadband solution for their city. That was following a closely-watched proposition in the city last November in which voters supported municipal broadband 57% to 43%.

Several other cities, including startup leader San Francisco, are considering moving in this direction as well.

The challenges are absolutely staggering

Municipal broadband seems like the savior of the open internet. Except the challenges its rollout face are so legion that I am deeply unconvinced muni broadband is the solution to the repeal of net neutrality.

First, and most obviously, is the level of political spending against these initiatives. Fort Collins, which has a population of 161,000 according to the census, was inundated with political spending from Comcast in the run-up to the vote. According to official disclosure forms, Comcast spent more than $900,000 on campaign expenditures against the municipal broadband vote, compared to $15,000 spent by a local citizens group in favor of the measure.

Yes, the measure was a success, but why was a measure needed in the first place? Well, because the telecom lobby in Colorado pushed for and got enacted a state law in 2005 mandating that any city interested in municipal broadband had to put the issue to a vote. Since then, dozens of Colorado cities and towns have voted to pursue municipal broadband, so it is possible to get public support for these initiatives. The problem is that the roadblocks will continue at every stage of the buildout process.

Even if cities can muster the energy to start building out their networks, actually laying the fiber becomes its own challenge. So far, most of the cities that have built out municipal broadband have been less dense suburban towns, where infrastructure construction is significantly cheaper and faster than in dense urban environments.

Fort Collins is an obvious example. With a density of about 3,000 people per square mile, the city is a medium-density city (San Francisco, for comparison, is six times the population density). Even so, the rollout for its municipal broadband is slated to take about three to five years according to the city. And that will take even longer if legal challenges from the telecom industry impedes that progress.

Perhaps more gravely, the city expects to spend roughly $130-150 million on the rollout and initial launch of municipal broadband, according to its most recent broadband business plan. That comes out to about $1,000 per person, even before any cost overruns or delays are taken into account.

That rollout becomes exponentially more complicated and expensive in cities like New York. The closest comp in this area is probably Verizon’s rollout of its Fios service in the region, which according to some reports has cost billions of dollars and still only covers roughly two-thirds of households in the city. Add in the crazy construction costs that plague urban infrastructure projects in such cities, and municipal broadband will launch about the time we rocket over to Mars on a Muskmobile.

Even if a city can build the network, there are significant operating issues. First is the rapid technology evolution in the internet space. Dialup begot cable which begot fiber, and now 5G is being held up as the next revolution in urban connectivity. That’s in just two decades. Unlike traditional utilities like water, sewage, or even electricity, internet access is evolving at an astonishing rate, and requires continued active investment to maintain cutting edge capability.

The second challenge is around content filtering and privacy. While municipal broadband may be free and open, what content will a publicly-owned ISP allow through? I have little doubt San Francisco users will be fine, but with tens of thousands of cities in the U.S., will there be variances in the level of internet freedom across the country? Telecom companies are hardly saints on filtering, but they also just want your money. Next year’s mayor may well care about what sites you are surfing.

I realize that in some circles, municipal broadband is the great savior of the open internet. But overall, I am not buying it. Spending tens of billions of dollars and waiting years for service is not my idea of a good solution to fix net neutrality.

If we want to fix net neutrality, then fix it. Although the FCC has ruled the way it has today, that doesn’t mean that the ruling is by any means permanent. Congress can still pass whatever law it wants to regarding telecom regulation. As difficult as it is to pass a bill in Congress, it is enormously easier and cheaper than this alternative.

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You know Ram Trucks are all about hard work. But did you know we could also work it? Ram Trucks salutes America’s everyday performers with an ode to Fifth Harmony’s “Work from Home” music video during the 2016 American Music Awards.


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Construction News – Pennsylvania Shuts Down Construction on Sunoco Gas Pipeline

Pennsylvania environmental officials ordered Sunoco Jan. 3, to halt construction of a natural gas pipeline across the southern part of the state, citing a series of spills and leaks of drilling fluid and other “egregious and willful violations” of state law that have plagued the $2.5 billion project….

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Business News – Macy’s. JCPenney. Victoria’s Secret. Retailers are still hurting

These retailers filed for bankruptcy this year

Traditional retailers may have done better than expected during the holidays. But many department stores are still trying to figure out how they can compete with the bomb cyclone that is Amazon.

Macy’s and JCPenney both reported same-store sales growth for November and December on Thursday. That’s the good news.

But they also reiterated that they expect the year ahead to be weak.

Sales are expected to fall as much as 1% at JCPenney (JCP) from a year ago and be down between 2.4% and 2.7% at Macy’s (M). Shares of both stocks were down about 5% as a result.

On top of that, Macy’s said it plans to close 11 more stores in early 2018.

It’s even worse for L Brands, the owner of Victoria’s Secret, Pink and Bath & Body Works.

Even though L Brands (LB) reported a sales jump for December, the retailer also slashed its profit outlook for the fourth quarter. Shares plummeted nearly 15%.

Related: Retail’s toughest year — a record for store closings

It’s clearly a challenging time for these retailers due to intense competition. Consumers are still spending after all. They are just increasingly shopping online and at trendier, cheaper mall upstarts.

Amazon (AMZN) has focused more on its own private label clothing brands lately and also has several in-store partnerships with Macy’s and JCPenney rival Kohl’s (KSS).

Walmart (WMT)has made several splashy acquisitions of e-commerce companies, such as Jet, ModCloth, Bonobos and ShoeBuy as well.

And the rise of fast fashion retailers such as Zara, Uniqlo and Forever 21 is squeezing Macy’s, JCPenney and L Brands too.

It just goes to show that the worst may not be over for struggling retailers just yet. To that end, shares of Target (TGT), Sears (SHLD) and Nordstrom (JWN) were also lower Thursday.

CNNMoney (New York) First published January 4, 2018: 12:45 PM ET

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