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Today’s e-Reads: AT&T, CWA at Odds, Sprint to Cut Ties to LightSquared?

After forging strong ties in support of AT&T’s failed bid to buy T-Mobile USA, AT&T and the Communication Workers of America are at odds over the wireless firm’s proposed cuts to benefits for its wireline workers, the Wall Street Journal reports. 

Bloomberg reports that Sprint will likely end its network-sharing agreement with LightSquared after regulators refused to approve its bid to launch a national broadband network.

 

Hackers claiming to be part of the group Anonymous defaced the website of security firm PandaLabs following the arrests of five hackers in the United States and Britain, Computerworld reports.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is tech’s richest man, followed by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, according to Bloomberg.

Netflix is in talks with cable companies to provide on-demand services, according to Reuters.

 

CNET says some employers are demanding that job applicants share their Facebook and other social media profiles with the companies.

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