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U.S. attorney general recuses self from T-Mobile, Sprint merger probe

U.S. attorney general recuses self from T-Mobile, Sprint merger probe

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Attorney General William Barr has recused himself from the Justice Department’s deliberations on whether to allow T-Mobile to proceed with its $26 billion acquisition of Sprint, according to a source familiar with the decision. The department’s Antitrust Division, headed by Makan Delrahim, is reviewing the deal to determine if it will [...]

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Facebook overhauls messaging as it pivots to privacy

Facebook overhauls messaging as it pivots to privacy

SAN JOSE, Calif. (Reuters) – Facebook Inc debuted an overhaul of its core social network on Tuesday, taking its first concrete steps to refashion itself into a private messaging and e-commerce company as it tries to move past a stream of scandals while tapping new revenue sources. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a fresh design [...]

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Facebook redesigns app, rolls out dating service to 14 more countries

Facebook redesigns app, rolls out dating service to 14 more countries

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc on Tuesday unveiled a redesigned app and rolled out its dating feature to 14 more countries as it tries to boost user-engagement on its social network. The revamped app makes it easier for users to engage with groups of people who share similar interests, the company said in a blog post. [...]

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