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"Ever have that ex that just wouldn't leave you alone? So does Time Warner Cable. Less than 24 hours after news broke that Comcast was backing out of its merger deal with Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications stepped in to start wooing the company.
 
Charter Communications, the third-largest cable TV provider in the U.S., is already having low-level talks with TWC advisors, according to reports from the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg.
 
The only trouble: Time Warner Cable tried once before to escape Charter, and in fact signed the deal with Comcast specifically to avoid it."
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Less than 24 hours after news broke that Comcast was backing out of its merger deal, Time Warner Cable (TWC) has a new old suitor.
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"Google is now a mobile carrier. Today the company has made official its plan to offer wireless service to owners of its Nexus 6 smartphone. It's called Project Fi, and Google is launching an early invite program beginning today. "Similar to our Nexus hardware program, Project Fi enables us to work in close partnership with leading carriers, hardware makers, and all of you to push the boundaries of what's possible," the company wrote in a blog post."
Google is now a mobile carrier. Today the company has made official its plan to offer wireless service to owners of its Nexus 6 smartphone. It's called Project Fi, and Google is launching an early...
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"She found her perfect match with a white German Shepherd puppy missing a paw named Lt. Dan (like the character Forrest Gump who lost a leg). His owner, Karen Riddle, knew that he deserved a special home with someone who understood his condition, so she got in touch with Shriners Hospital for Children in Chicago, where Sapphyre has been a patient since she was 3 months old."
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Sapphyre Johnson, a toddler born without some fingers and toes, and her puppy born without a paw are a perfect pair.
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"Family members of Ervin Edwards, who died in a Louisiana jail after being arrested for wearing “sagging pants,” could not hide their grief and anger after seeing the video that showed him being tasered and left motionless on the cell floor."


Family members of Ervin Edwards, who died in a Louisiana jail after being arrested for wearing “sagging pants,” could not hide their grief and anger after seeing the video that showed him being tasered…
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"In an interview with Huffington Post earlier this week, Benioff said he is reviewing the company's payroll records and dishing out raises to women when necessary. His goal is to make sure women get paid the same as men.
"I expect to be giving a lot more," he said. "When I'm done, there will be no (pay) gap."
Marc Benioff said he is reviewing the company's payroll records and dishing out raises to women when necessary to ensure equal pay.
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“It wasn’t easy raising money in the early days of BuzzFeed,” Peretti recalled in an interview last year. ‘It was always, ‘Is there any way you can do this without having any writers or content creators or journalists? Can you make this automatic? Could you detect what was trending and then grab stuff from other places and turn it into an article synthetically where the cost of content creation would be zero?'”
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“The tragedy in Lampedusa and the shocking reality we face every day in the Aegean underline the need for the EU to develop an effective and human policy on immigration based on solidarity, particularly for the frontline Mediterranean countries,” Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said before heading in to the meeting.

Leaders also agreed on the urgent need to save lives and expand rescue operations. But Britain’s David Cameron remained cautious on the question of accepting greater numbers of refugees.


European leaders bowed their heads during a minute of silence for the 800 migrants who drowned off the coast of Libya on Sunday while attempting to reach Italy. As the heads of state and government arrived at Thursday’s (April 23) special European Council summit on migration, most spoke of the need for a unified policy that shares responsibilities across all 28 member states…
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"Tens of thousands of years ago, the rise of humanity as we know it began. Modern humans spread from Africa to Europe and Asia, which were already populated by older Neanderthal cultures. The two groups interbred, adding some Neanderthal DNA to our present-day genes. The relatively sophisticated humans flourished, while their Neanderthal counterparts disappeared, going extinct in Europe somewhere between 39,000 to 41,000 years ago. But the timeline, in many places, is still foggy. By identifying a pair of ancient teeth as conclusively human, a team of scientists think they've managed to clear things up a little — and helped settle a debate about how different human and Neanderthal cultures might have been."


Tens of thousands of years ago, the rise of humanity as we know it began. Modern humans spread from Africa to Europe and Asia, which were already populated by older Neanderthal cultures. The two...
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