DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Whistleblower Documents Illuminate Case Against BNY Mellon

Confidential whistleblower documents that helped spark a massive state and federal investigation into how Bank of New York Mellon Corp charged pension funds for currency exchange, provide a rare window into how a bank insider aided a lawsuit against the bank.

Web Gambling Gets Boost from Obama Administration

The Obama administration cleared the way for U.S. states to legalize Internet poker and certain other online betting in a switch that may help them reap billions in tax revenue and spur web-based gambling.

GoDaddy No Longer Supporting SOPA Legislation

GoDaddy, a giant domain name registrar, has announced that it is no longer supporting the Stop Online Piracy Act otherwise known as SOPA, which is now making its way through U.S. Congress.

Sleep Disorders Common in Cops

A survey from the United States and Canada found 40 percent of police officers had symptoms of a sleep disorder, including sleep apnea and insomnia.

AT&T Hits Barriers in T-Mobile Merger as Asset Sale Talks Fumble

The Dallas-based company's plan to sell off some of its assets in order to gain regulatory approval for its $39 billion merger are falling flat, which could spell trouble for the merging parties as they try to convince regulators that a merger wouldn't concentrate too much power in the wireless industry.

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AT&T Ends Quest to Takeover T-Mobile

AT&T Mulling Whether, How to Revise T-Mobile Deal

AT&T Inc has another month to decide whether it wants to continue to pursue its $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA after a U.S. Judge agreed to delay the court battle over the deal until January 18.
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Price fixing or good manners? Jury might decide

As the Department of Justice gears up for a rare criminal trial against a publicly traded company, the Taiwanese defendant wants to argue that prosecutors just don't get Asian business culture.

Judge Grants Delay in AT&T/T-Mobile Trial

AT&T and Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile's parent company, asked Judge Ellen Huvelle of the U.S. District Court in Washington D.C. Monday to delay the trial with the U.S. Department of Justice over the proposed $39 billion merger, which she has granted.
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AT&T Sues FCC Over Plan to Expand Broadband Service

AT&T seeks a review of the FCC decision on the grounds that it exceeds the Commission's authority; is contrary to the Communications Act of 1934, as amended by the Telecommunications Act of 1996; and is arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion, and otherwise contrary to law.
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