Bloomberg says that AT&T misread signals from the Justice Department in meetings just before officials announced they would block the merger.
Government officials are warning of online scams related to 9/11 or Hurricane Irene, according to the Associated Press.
A Chinese state-run newspaper urged the government to crack down on speech and organizing on the Internet.
Amazon's offer to build two giant distribution centers and hire Californians to head off a proposed Internet sales tax hasn't won over the state's governor, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Pay-TV channel Starz, a haven for recent movies, is calling off talks with Netflix, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The Hill reports that Gibson Guitar, the maker of the iconic Les Paul electric guitar, is appealing to tea party sentiments as it fights a government investigation into the wood it uses.
Oprah Winfrey plans to make a Facebook Live appearance next week, Mashable reports.