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)

Shakeup: Samsung Replaces Mobile-Unit Chief
44:11 - Samsung replaced the executive overseeing its mobile-phone business as the company tries to protect a dwindling sales lead against Apple and Chinese makers. Bloomberg's Jungah Lee reports on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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