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Witness testimony began Monday over an effort by U.S. state attorneys general to stop T-Mobile US Inc from buying Sprint Corp , in a case that highlights disagreements between federal antitrust enforcers, who are Republican, and Democrats in powerful states. Attorneys for the 13 states and the District of Columbia, led by New York and California, are seeking to prove in Manhattan federal court that a plan to combine the No. 3 and No. 4 wireless carriers would push up prices, particularly for users of prepaid plans. The state officials, all Democrats, asked Judge Victor Marrero to order the companies to abandon the deal.
Sage Therapeutics' (SAGE) phase III study on pipeline candidate SAGE-217 for the treatment of major depressive disorder fails to meet the primary endpoint.
With the 2010s officially drawing to a close, Yahoo Finance took a look at some of the biggest S&P 500 winners and losers of the past decade based on price returns.
T-Mobile (TMUS) hits a significant milestone by becoming the first telecom carrier to deploy nationwide 600 MHz 5G coverage across the United States.
Wells Fargo’s recently appointed chief executive Charlie Scharf has taken another step towards reshaping the bank’s senior management team, hiring Scott Powell to be the bank’s chief operating officer. Mr Powell, who had been serving as the chief executive of Santander’s US operations, will start next week. Mr Powell will have responsibility for regulatory affairs at the bank, among other areas.
While Sprint (S) launches cloud-based commercial phone service dubbed Omni, Verizon (VZ) initiates trial run for dynamic spectrum sharing in 5G technology.
HSBC was found to have broken a part of the Competition and Market Authority's (CMA) Retail Banking Market Investigation Order twice and is refunding 8 million pounds to 115,000 customers, the CMA said on Friday. Santander broke the order six times and has agreed to issue a refund, but has yet to confirm the number of customers affected and how much it will refund, the watchdog added.
HSBC and Santander UK will compensate more than 115,000 customers after they failed to keep up with new regulations designed to help them avoid falling into their overdrafts. Since February 2018, banks have been required to text customers when their accounts are close to running out of money, to give them time to avoid being charged high fees for using an unarranged overdraft. HSBC will refund £8m to 115,000 customers who were charged without receiving warning texts.
HARBIN, China/SINGAPORE/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Across China's coal-burning northeastern provinces, pipelines are being laid, contracts signed and coal-fired boilers ripped out ahead of the arrival next week of the country's first piped natural gas from Russia. The 'Power of Siberia' pipeline, due to open on Dec. 2, will pipe natural gas around 3,000 km (1,865 miles) from Russia's Siberian fields to the fading industrial region, which has lagged the push to gas in China's south and east. The pipeline - which will deliver gas under a 30-year, $400 billion (£312 billion) deal signed in 2014 - has the potential to transform northeast China's energy landscape and even slow the country's surging imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
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Shareholder rights law firm Robbins LLP is investigating whether certain officers and directors of Sage Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAGE) breached their fiduciary duties to shareholders. Sage Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company that develops and commercializes medicines to treat central nervous system (CNS) disorders.
The FCC moves ahead with a proposal on removing existing Huawei and ZTE equipment from U.S. wireless network, which could be costly to rural carriers.
Texas' attorney general settled with T-Mobile Inc and Sprint Corp and will drop his opposition to the $26.5 billion merger, leaving just Democratic attorneys general fighting the proposed combination. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton had been the only Republican among the state attorneys general who had argued that the deal to combine the No. 3 and No. 4 wireless carriers would lead to higher prices and filed a lawsuit to stop it. Also on Monday, Nevada said it would withdraw from the lawsuit in exchange for early deployment of the next generation of wireless in the state, creation of 450 jobs for six years and a $30 million donation to be distributed by Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford and aimed at helping women and minorities, Ford's office said.
Omni is likely to enable Sprint (S) to either bundle Omni with other compatible products and services or offer it as a standalone service to medium and small-sized businesses.