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T-Mobile/Sprint merger means new jobs for New York (access required)

Nearly two years ago, T-Mobile and Sprint announced plans to join forces and bring more competition to the wireless industry. Two federal agencies and dozens of state regulators, including New York's Public Service Commission, have already acted favorably on the deal. However, the New York State Attorney General’s office is leading a lawsuit to stop ...

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