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First Read ushers in your morning with news that Charter Communications has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable in a deal valued at $78.7 billion, Jony Ive is named Apple’s chief design officer and Malaysia Airlines is planning on laying off one-third of its staff as restructuring ends.

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First Read kicks off your morning with news that Endo is planning on buying Par Pharmaceutical from TPG for $8.05 billion, Alibaba is sued over alleged counterfeits and “Mad Men” comes to an end.

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First Read ends your week with news Google is reportedly investing an additional $1 bln in a giant Iowa data center, Oil services firm Schlumberger lays off 11,000 and the Fed is shying away from raising rates in June.

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In Second Opinion, President Obama endorses removing Cuba from the terrorism list, Microsoft buys mobile business intelligence service Datazen and Google patents the ability to control a robot army.

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First Read stars your week with Twitter being the latest tech company to be sued for gender discrimination, ChemChina plans on buying a controlling stake in Pirelli for $7.7 billion and Singaporeans mourn longtime leader Lee Kuan Yew.

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First Read gets you over this hump-day with news of Apple being ordered to pay $533 million for patent infringement in iTunes, Cushman & Wakefield goes on the block and unidentified drones reappear over Paris during the night.

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