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Oh really?: AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson told lawmakers that letting his company snap up Time Warner will not only "disrupt" TV, it'll be great for everyone, including consumers.

Do not pass "Go": Surprise! Wells Fargo is already playing its "get out of jail free" card to avoid lawsuits over fake accounts.

Big magenta: T-Mobile announced a new feature that lets customers link their numbers and devices to receive calls. One problem with beta signups, though — it was showing people who tried to sign up other customers’ phone numbers. 

Safety first: GNC, the world’s largest dietary supplement retailer, has agreed to try to ramp up efforts to ensure that the dietary supplements it sells are safe and legal. 

I want to break free: The banking industry has called on Congress to legally change the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and to roll back a number of the CFPB’s recent and pending regulations on banks and lenders.

“In terms of scan-and-go, honestly we’ve had a version of scan-and-go literally 20 years ago.” — Costco Chief Financial Officer Richard Galanti, in response to Amazon Go.

“I just don’t know how — operationally and labor-wise — they’re really equipped to take the next leap in food. I’d rather see them focus on beverage innovation." — Food service consultant Bob Goldin talking to Bloomberg about Starbucks' plans to expand food offerings.
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