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The two wireless carriers have been negotiating a stock-for-stock deal that would make Deutsche Telecom controlling owner.
The settlement, revealed by the Times in an article Saturday, was one of several such deals involving O'Reilly, USAToday reports.
U.S. stocks hit record highs on Monday as Wall Street geared up for the busiest week of the earnings season.
Hartford Financial said it would buy health insurer Aetna's U.S. group life and disability unit for $1.45 billion in cash.
Users are prompted to select one of the payment methods stored with Google, and Pay with Google does the rest.
The CUP party — a key ally to the separatist coalition in Catalonia — hit out Monday at Madrid's move to intervene in the running of the region.
Google plans to take a finder’s fee for each new subscriber it brings to publishers, FT reports.
Arconic said it appointed former GE executive Charles "Chip" Blankenship as its as chief executive and a member of the company's board, effective Jan. 15.
U.S. forest products company Potlatch confirmed on Monday it would buy smaller peer Deltic Timber in an all-stock deal that will boost its lumber capacity.
John Hancock says it is the first U.S. life insurer to offer the Apple Watch as part of its policies.
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The only way of dealing with British ISIS fighters in Syria "in almost every case" is to kill them, a British government minister told the BBC on Sunday.
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