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Monday, November 20, 2017

Equifax apologizes again, lays out costs going forward

The company said Thursday that it had recorded $87.5 million in costs related to the breach in the last quarter.

Trump says US will no longer be taken advantage of on...

Promising to put “America first” in his trade practices, President Donald Trump used a speech in Vietnam Friday to denounce multilateral agreements embraced by the region and deliver what appeared to be a rebuke to China, railing against trade practices he says have put Americans out of work.

Will it be AT&T vs the government in $85B Time Warner...

The Justice Department told AT&T that it wanted the telecom company to sell its DirecTV satellite unit or Time Warner’s Turner, which houses CNN, TBS and TNT, to get the deal approved

Fox cancels airing of ad saying Trump should be impeached

Fox News Channel says it won’t air any more ads from a wealthy Democratic donor advocating President Donald Trump’s impeachment due its viewers’ strong negative reaction.

Sprint, T-Mobile end merger talks

Wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile called off a potential merger, saying the companies couldn’t come to an agreement that would benefit customers and shareholders.

Equifax calls executive stock sales days after breach legal

Equifax, the credit report company hacked over the summer exposing the personal information of 145 million Americans, said a special committee has determined that none of the four executives who sold shares at the time did anything wrong.

Disney bars LA Times film coverage after critical piece

Disney claims the paper is “biased and inaccurate,” and the company is barring the paper from advance screenings of its films and access to its talent.

Pressure mounts on Apple to live up to hype for the...

Now, the much-anticipated device is testing the patience of consumers and investors as demand outstrips suppliers’ capacity.

National prosecutors group pressing FCC on prison cellphones

A group of national prosecutors is pressing federal regulators to find a solution to the dangers they say are posed by inmates’ access to illegal cellphones inside prisons, adding their voices to others adamant that a technological fix is needed to shut down the dangerous devices.
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