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Sprint and T-Mobile restore merger talks

Video: Sprint’s new LTE small cell boasts more and faster data Sprint and T-Mobile are back to talks about a merger that would combine the nation’s third and fourth largest mobile carriers, according to The Wall Street Journal. The discussions are said to be preliminary. Could the Sprint-T-Mobile merger be …

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Trump to put biofuel reform push on ice, for now: sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Trump administration will delay any moves to reform the nation’s biofuel policy for about three months, according to three sources briefed on the matter – a decision one of the sources said was meant to shield farmers worried about a potential trade war with China. …

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Russia vetoes Syria chemical weapons inquiry

Russia has vetoed a proposal to set up an investigation into chemical weapons use in Syria. The US-drafted UN resolution would have established a new body to determine whether Syria was responsible for a chemical attack in Douma last week which killed 70 people. This is the 12th time Russia …

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Raids carried out over sports broadcasting rights

The European Commission has said it has raided the offices of a number of companies involved in sports broadcasting and rights. A unit of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox has said it is cooperating with the investigation. “The Commission has concerns that the companies involved may have violated EU antitrust rules that …

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Tusk warns of concerns over peace process due to Brexit

The President of the European Council has warned that on the day the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement is being celebrated “thousands of people are looking with concern and anxiety to the future of the peace process after Brexit”. Donald Tusk was speaking in UCD this evening as …

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