Time Warner/AT&T Merger: Hollywood Success Now Means Survival of the Biggest

  1. Time Warner/AT&T Merger: Hollywood Success Now Means Survival of the Biggest  IndieWire
  2. How the AT&T Antitrust Ruling Helps Tech and Telecom Giants  TheStreet.com
  3. Stocks are mixed after AT&T ruling and before Fed meeting results  Los Angeles Times
  4. Opinion: How the AT&T-Time Warner merger may boost shares of CVS and Express Scripts  MarketWatch
  5. Why You Will See Bigger, Not Cheaper, Cable Bundles  Wall Street Journal
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What the New Ruling Means in the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Custody Case

  1. What the New Ruling Means in the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Custody Case  PEOPLE.com
  2. Court threatens Angelina Jolie, says she must allow children to see Brad Pitt, reports say  USA TODAY
  3. Angelina Jolie warned she could face custody shakeup over kids’ ‘closed down’ relationship with Brad Pitt: report  New York Daily News
  4. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Reach New Temporary Custody Agreement for Summer  Us Weekly
  5. Judge to Angelina Jolie: Let Brad Pitt be with kids or lose custody  The Mercury News
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Net neutrality rules are now repealed: What it means

  1. Net neutrality rules are now repealed: What it means  CNNMoney
  2. As Net Neutrality Ends, Activists Push Congress to Restore Obama-Era Rules  Wall Street Journal
  3. Net Neutrality Has Been Rolled Back — But It’s Not Dead Yet  NPR
  4. FCC’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order – Federal Communications Commission  Federal Communications Commission
  5. The Net Neutrality Repeal Is Official. Here’s How That Could Affect You.  New York Times
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We now officially know what the "B" in IHOP's new name means

We now officially know what the "B" in IHOP's new name meansDrumroll, please. Or not – it all depends on your feelings about cheap pancakes. As we predicted, after weeks of teasing, IHOP’s dropping its big news. As of Monday, June 11th, 2018, the chain says it’s changed its name to IHOb (for “International House of Burgers”) from IHOP (for International House of Pancakes.)  Wow. This is just breathtaking stuff. SEE ALSO: We think we figured out what IHOP’s name change means The company made the announcement with a splashy burger-filled video posted to Twitter on Monday. IHOP customers can look forward to such traditional classics as the “Big Brunch Burger” and the “Cowboy Burger.” But because change isn’t easy, Twitter reacted with utter confusion: IHOP changing their name to International House of Burgers is like your Grandma saying from now on she’s your Aunt. — JRehling (@JRehling) June 11, 2018 “International House of Burgers” really @IHOb ? This just doesn’t make any sense. I never once ordered a burger, the B would have been better used for “breakfast.” pic.twitter.com/dMhKRrgUHW — Justin O. Cooper (@justincooperpr) June 11, 2018 Your marketing team needs to be fired…ASAP. — Nicole (@Littlebethell) June 11, 2018 So IHOP becomes IHOb because they’re now going to sell burgers, meanwhile, Sonic is featuring a Pickle Juice Slush. America is seriously doomed. — JT (@Jaberuski) June 11, 2018 IHOb may not be with us for long, a company representative told us: “Right now, there is not a defined time for how long we’ll use the IHOb name, but it is tied to the launch; we’re supporting the launch by flipping our Twitter handle and creating a fully re-burgered IHOb flagship restaurant in Hollywood, CA,” Stephanie Peterson told Mashable. “All restaurants will have touches of the branding for the duration of the summer campaign. Based on fan demand, there’s the chance we may create more IHOb restaurants in the future.” But on a personal note: IHOb, you were there for me when no other chain was: When I was drunk and in desperate need of greasy corporate carbs. I thank you for your service. WATCH: This monster mower can cut more grass than you can imagine


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The FCC's net neutrality rules are officially repealed today. Here's what that really means.

  1. The FCC’s net neutrality rules are officially repealed today. Here’s what that really means.  Washington Post
  2. Net Neutrality Repeal Is Official. Here’s How That Could Affect You.  New York Times
  3. The FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules Are Dead, but the Fight Isn’t  WIRED
  4. Net Neutrality Can Still Be Saved  HuffPost
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What Health-Law Case Means for Insurance Markets

  1. What Health-Law Case Means for Insurance Markets  Wall Street Journal
  2. The Federal Government Abandons the Most Popular Part of the ACA  The Atlantic
  3. Insurers oppose legal challenge to health law  The Boston Globe
  4. Justice Dept. Says Crucial Provisions of Obamacare Are Unconstitutional  New York Times
  5. The Justice Department abandons the ACA — and with it, the law  Washington Post
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What Microsoft buying GitHub means to open-source software development

  1. What Microsoft buying GitHub means to open-source software development  ZDNet
  2. Microsoft buys GitHub for $7.5 billion, promises to keep it independent and open  PCWorld
  3. Developers and cloud rivals will be watching Microsoft’s plans for Azure and GitHub very closely  GeekWire
  4. Microsoft is reportedly talking about buying GitHub, a platform for software developers last valued at $2 billion  CNBC
  5. Microsoft promises to keep GitHub independent and open  TechCrunch
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The US is planning for a summit between Trump and Putin, and experts say that means 'Putin already won'

  1. The US is planning for a summit between Trump and Putin, and experts say that means ‘Putin already won’  Business Insider
  2. Report: White House Planning Trump-Putin Summit  New York Magazine
  3. US In Early Talks To Arrange Trump, Putin Summit: Report  HuffPost
  4. Sneak peek inside Putin’s new limo: Russian leader showcases his ride (VIDEO)  RT
  5. Moscow’s gold: How ‘dirty’ Russian money is fuelling Vladimir Putin’s empire  NEWS.com.au
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