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Regulatory resistance causes Sprint to call of its takeover of T-Mobile.

Now that the sale is off, T-Mobile’s CEO is talking smack about Sprint.

Twenty-something Michael Brandt left Google to start a company that sells brain enhancing pills.

AOL amazingly still has 2.3 million subscribers to it Internet business, which is profitable.

Max Shireson gives a touching explanation as to why he’s stepping down as CEO of MongoDB. And no, it’s not the money.

AOL sues Johnathon Woods, its former Director of Studio Technology, for fraudulently billing the company for over a million dollars. 

Google buys Emu, a new mobile messaging app.

And, Google’s YouTube has acquired Directr, which provides small businesses with a way to create and publish videos.

Microsoft is continuing to lose money on its Surface tablets.

Amazon expands same day delivery services to include 6 more cities

BofA is near a $17 bln settlement with DOJ to resolve allegations of mortgage-related misconduct.

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