Investigations showed that the original FBC sample had been aliquoted from a biochemistry sample by the nurse who performed the phlebotomy.
The Fox Business Channel (FBC) hit the airwaves on October 15, 2007.
Comcast is the largest cable provider in the United States, and the company planned to offer FBC to about 50 percent of its cable subscribers who have digital cable.
Time Warner planned to offer FBC to over 7 million households, including 300,000 customers in the New York area who would receive the channel as part of their analogue cable service.
St. Louis-based company, Charter Communications, also agreed to carry FBC.
Headlines from FBC's partner sites, Forbes and Smart Money, are also featured on the site home page.
Another section of the FBC website deals with personal finance.
According to a recent news story published by the New York Daily News, the number of people actually tuning in to FBC during the day has been disappointing.
FBC's competition, CNBC, attracts over 280,000 viewers during daytime hours, and it decreases to over 230,000 in prime time.
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