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Verizon To Offer Integrated Wireless Video Service

Verizon Communications Inc, the nation's largest 4G LTE network and largest and most reliable 3G network provider, is now aiming to offer an integrated video service for its wireless customers, reports the Wall Street Journal. The company has also announced to expand its Long Term Evolution (LTE) network to more than 25 towns in Middle Tennessee outside of Nashville within next few weeks.

'Jobs for Facebook Passwords' Row: Senators Call For Probe Into Violation of Job Seekers' Rights

Two US senators have called on the federal agencies to investigate whether employers are violating federal law by requesting Facebook passwords from interviewees. Senators Charles Schumer, a Democrat from New York, and Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, have asked the Department of Justice and the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to commence investigations.

Supreme Court Health Care Case: The Attorneys Behind The Arguments

The Affordable Care Act arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court this week will pit two of Washington's seasoned legal minds against each other in a bout akin to Ali vs. Frazier for the legal set. Here's a look at the lawyers who will lead the historic arguments on the constitutionality of the health care measure.

Oracle Investor Sues over $200 Million Settlement

An Oracle Corp. investor sued the company and members of its board of directors on Thursday for allegedly trying to stonewall a whistleblower lawsuit that ultimately resulted in a $200 million settlement.

Oracle Investor Sues Over $200M Settlement

An Oracle Corp. investor sued the company and members of its board of directors on Thursday for allegedly trying to stonewall a whistleblower lawsuit that ultimately resulted in a $200 million settlement.

Trayvon Martin Case: Sanford Fla. Police Chief 'Temporarily' Steps Down [VIDEO]

Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee announced Thursday that he will be stepping down temporarily as chief, a move instigated by growing criticism of his handling of the Trayvon Martin shooting case in Florida. My role as the leader of this agency has become a distraction from the investigation, Lee said (watch full video here). It is apparent that my involvement in this matter is overshadowing the process.

Sanford Council Condemns Chief's Handling of Martin Case

Sanford, Fla., passed a vote of no confidence in its police chief Wednesday as protests of the killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin spread north to New York City, where the slain youth’s parents joined a march demanding the killer’s arrest.

Deutsche Borse To Appeal EU Veto Of NYSE Euronext

Deutsche Börse AG, the operator of the Frankfurt stock exchange, announced Tuesday that it will appeal the decision by European antitrust regulators to block its planned merger with NYSE Euronext, the New York Times said.

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A man leaves the New York State Department of Financial Services Foreclosure Relief Unit in Brentwood, New York February 10, 2012

Court OK Of $25 Billion Mortgage Deal To Be Sought Monday

The $25 billion settlement between five large U.S. banks accused of abusive mortgage practices on the one side and federal and state government officials on the other side that was announced Feb. 9 will be filed in federal court on Monday, people familiar with the matter said.
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