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Today's e-Reads: WSJ Mourns Megamerger; Facebook Gets New Digs

December 20, 2011

The Wall Street Journal blames "antitrust fantasies" for killing AT&T's merger with T-Mobile.

Bloomberg takes an in-depth look at T-Mobile's future and finds that the $3 billion in cash from the merger breakup fee could keep the company operating for a year.

Facebook has a new headquarters. The social-networking site has taken over a complex in Menlo Park, Calif., that once housed Sun Microsystems, which was bought by Oracle in 2010, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

 

IBM predicts we will have mind-reading computers within five years, Mashable says.

LightSquared could be out of cash halfway through 2012, according to Reuters.

The Wall Street Journal visits Amazon Town, also known as Fernley, Nev., which hosts a seasonal influx of workers for the Amazon warehouse based there.

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