Facebook’s offline tracking, Denninger on net neutrality, Microsoft

US industrial output falls 0.4 percent in May as manufacturing slips. Ameera David has the details. Afterwards, Boom Bust’s Bianca Facchinei reports on the implications from the fact that China spends more on infrastructure than the US and Europe combined. Then, Ameera talks to RT correspondent Ashlee Banks about the ability for Facebook to serve ads and then gauge their effectiveness through tracking your offline movements.

After the break, Ameera talks to Karl Denninger, technology entrepreneur and blogger at The Market Ticker, about the latest ruling on net neutrality and about the plusses and minuses of the Microsoft-LinkedIn merger. And in the Big Deal, Edward Harrison and Ameera discuss the fact that the Fed has left interest rates unchanged.

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