U.S. Department of Justice approves T-Mobile, Sprint tie-up

The U.S. Justice Department said it was greenlighting T-Mobile US Inc’s (TMUS.O) request to acquire rival Sprint Corp (S.N) after the companies agreed to divest Sprint’s prepaid businesses including Boost Mobile to Dish Network Corp (DISH.O) in an effort to create a new wireless competitor.

The Justice Department and five state attorneys general said they were filing suit to enforce the settlement conditions that also include the companies providing DISH with access to 20,000 cell sites and hundreds of retail locations. The deal, which would merge the nation’s third and fourth largest wireless carriers, has been challenged in court by some other state attorneys general led by New York.

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Airbnb – County Wants To Water Down Rules.

On Wednesday, the board of county commissioners will weigh amendments to a 2017 ordinancethat will strip down the regulations for short-term rentals in unincorporated Miami-Dade by letting companies off the hook [Read more]

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EU top court rules Poland broke rule of law with judicial reforms

Poland broke European Union law when it lowered the retirement age for judges in 2017 and introduced a different retirement age for women and men in the profession, the EU’s [Read more]

Science & Technology

Richard Mille RM 62-01

Richard Mille and Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) launch a new watch, featuring an all new grand complication. The RM 62-01 Tourbillon Vibrating Alarm ACJ is the most complicated watch Richard [Read more]

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    Poland beat Israel 2-1

    November 18th, 2019 (last updated) Poland defeated Israel 2-1 and secured first place in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying Group G at Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem on Saturday. About 16,700 spectators, including 2,000 Poles, saw [Read more]
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    Poland – The glowing neon signs nearly forgot

    While holidaying in Poland in 2005, British graphic designer David Hill was struck by the neglected Cold-War era neon signs spanning the rooftops of the capital, Warsaw. “I’d never seen anything quite like it before,” Hill told [Read more]