March 3, 2011 The Fox Business Network will broadcast a new evening show hosted by Lou Dobbs, with a familiar name and time slot: Lou Dobbs Tonight at 7 p.m. At CNN, Dobbs clashed with executives over his pursuit of such topics as President Obama's place of birth.
Broadcaster Lou Dobbs, who is joining Fox Business Network.
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November 11, 2010 He left CNN after clashes over some of his commentaries. Fox Business says it welcomes Dobbs' opinions and will sprinkle them throughout its programming.
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