AT&T high and low: The Tipline for 9 May 2018
A trio of important stories lead Tipline today: a small but potentially anticompetitive deal in the market for police body cameras; the Department of Justice’s divergence from its complaint against AT&T/Time Warner; and the surviving indictment of three UK nationals in the foreign exchange case. Then there are some deep philosophical questions, such as whether McDonald’s is tying the meat and cheese in its Quarter Pounder burger. We’re also wishing Maureen Ohlhausen well at her Senate judiciary committee hearing this morning, as she moves toward confirmation as a judge on the US Court of Federal Claims.
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