Free Nationwide WiFi: Too Good To Be True?

March 4 (Bloomberg) -- A recent Washington Post article said the federal government may create a free nationwide super WiFi network. The network would be so powerful and broad that consumers could use the network to "make calls or surf the Internet without paying a cellphone bill every month," the paper said. Harold Feld, a lawyer and vice president at the public interest group Public Knowledge, sets the record straight on what consumers, tech companies and telecom giants should expect. (Source: Bloomberg)

Ant Financial Expects Singles' Day Record
32:35 - For a company with a diminutive name, Ant Financial has big ambitions for this year's singles day shopping extravaganza in China. The operator of Alibaba's Alipay online transaction service says this year's November 11th event should surpass last year's record. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on "Daybreak Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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