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The Trump administration had sued to block the deal, saying that it would lead to fewer choices and higher prices for consumers.
The Seattle City Council repealed the tax in a 7-to-2 vote that was accompanied by acrimony and accusations. Less than a month ago, it had passed unanimously.
The automaker said the 9 percent reduction, mostly limited to salaried employees, was part of a broad reorganization and would not affect production.
The win for AT&T could encourage corporate America’s takeover ambitions, and is a setback for the Justice Department.
Current policies and programs have failed overwhelmingly to address and prevent the problem, said a report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
The ruling expected Tuesday in the AT&T-Time Warner case is just the latest chapter in AT&T’s tangles with United States antitrust law over the years.
Bird is raising $300 million in new funding that would value it at $2 billion, weeks after reaching a $1 billion valuation, people with knowledge of the financing said.
Scientists may need to bypass a cell’s cancer defenses in order to successfully edit its DNA. The finding raises questions about gene-editing advances.
When it’s easier to comparison shop online, businesses are less likely to raise prices — but you wouldn’t know that by looking at official inflation data.
Some big ideas are starting to percolate. But less dramatic ones might work, too.
If your pictures look blotchy and out of focus, you likely need to print them at a smaller size or find a version of the photo at a higher resolution.
Jennifer Salke, the new head of the tech giant’s TV and movie division, is letting Hollywood know that the door is open for creative talent to find a home at Amazon.
In 454 pages made public by Congress on Monday, Facebook provided responses to more than 2,000 questions from lawmakers over its policies.
The internet was supposed to operate outside communications monopolies. Now it is run by giants — and net neutrality didn’t stand a chance, our tech columnist says.
Net Neutrality rules that required internet service providers to offer equal access to all web content are no longer in effect as of Monday.
Using an account with limited powers may help protect the system from malicious software that is looking to dig deep.
The path of many blockbuster deals could be transformed in an instant on Tuesday, when a judge is expected to release an opinion about the merger.
The tech giant’s experience made many people in China see how far the country still has to go. “We realized that China’s prosperity was built on sand.”