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T-Mobile Agrees to Buy Sprint in $26 Billion Deal
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T-Mobile US Inc. TMUS 0.66% struck a $26 billion deal to buy Sprint Corp. S 8.33% in a combination that, if allowed by antitrust enforcers, would leave the U.S. wireless market dominated by three national players. It is the third time in the last four ...
European stocks waver on 'Merger Monday'; Sainsbury rallies
European stocks struggled for direction in Monday's trade, with a rally in J Sainsbury PLC shares after deal news only narrowly outweighing losses among resource companies on the back of falling oil and metals prices. What are markets doing? The Stoxx ...
EM ASIA FX-Asian currencies firm on easing Korean tensions, slip in US yields
(Adds text, updates prices) By Patturaja Murugaboopathy April 30 (Reuters) - Asian currencies rose against the dollar on Monday as tensions in the Korean Peninsula eased and a pullback in U.S. Treasury yields increased the appeal of risky assets. The U ...
Whole Foods is slammed over Yellow Fever restaurant. The owner says it's not racist.
Kelly Kim and her husband wanted the name of their new pan-Asian restaurant to stand out, eschewing bland or stereotypical phrases, like bamboo, dragon and lotus. Then it hit them. Yellow Fever. “That's memorable,” Kim recalls saying to her husband ...
France faces lawsuit for seizing France.com
When a country or company seizes a web domain, it's frequently to kick out squatters who do little besides place ads and hope they'll get a giant payout. However, France is taking on someone who was actively using a site -- and it may have crossed a ...
One of Australia's top financial firms is in crisis
AMP (AMLTF) said Monday that its chairwoman, Catherine Brenner, has resigned with immediate effect after a public inquiry was told that the company routinely overcharged its customers and misled regulators. The inquiry into Australia's financial sector ...
Walmart resets its international ambitions
The world's biggest retailer has concluded it can't take on the whole world by itself. Walmart Inc. is in discussions to give up control over hundreds of stores in the U.K. and Brazil, two big markets where it has struggled for years, according to ...
You Finally Reached Retirement Age, But Now What?
Reaching retirement age is supposed to be a good thing, right? After all, turning 59 ½ gives you access to your 401(k), age 62 allows you to start collecting Social Security, and 65 entitles you to Medicare coverage. These are all things we are taught ...
Twitter sold public-data access to Cambridge Analytica researcher
The company has removed Cambridge Analytica and affiliated entities as advertisers. Twitter said Global Science Research, or GSR, paid for the access. Share story. By. Selina Wang. Bloomberg News (TNS). SAN FRANCISCO — Twitter sold data access to the ...
Battle of the hyperloops: HTT and Virgin go head-to-head in the Middle East
The competition between hyperloop developers in the Middle East is heating up, with the two main operators — Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) and Virgin Hyperloop One — sniping over the use of the name "hyperloop" and territorial ambitions ...