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Today’s e-Reads: AT&T Looks to Leap, Facebook $100 Billion IPO?

November 29, 2011

As it works to salvage its deal to buy T-Mobile USA, AT&T is reportedly in talks with Leap Wireless to sell some of T-Mobile's assets, according to The New York Times. Meanwhile, Reuters reports that AT&T could have a better chance of winning approval of its merger with T-Mobile if a Republican wins the White House.

And CNN says that AT&T shareholders are still making lots of money even as the T-Mobile deal falters.

Facebook is getting closer to launching an initial public offering and is aiming for a valuation of more than $100 billion, The Wall Street Journal reports. 

 

A private-equity firm may be considering a Yahoo takeover, according to Bloomberg.  

Making computer-memory chips is not as lucrative since the rise of the iPad, according to Bloomberg. 

Research In Motion's answer to the iPad is flying off the shelves, according to the Huffington Post. 

ZDNet reports that the growth in e-commerce sales on Cyber Monday is likely coming at the expense of sales in brick-and-mortar stores.

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