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T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint may be derailed by Dish’s Charlie Ergen

T-Mobile’s $26 billion merger with Sprint may soon hinge on whether a judge believes media tycoon Charlie Ergen is a man of his word. The coalition of attorneys general seeking to block T-Mobile from marrying Sprint plans to attack...

New York’s super-rich migrating south for better value

Quitting New York is making financial sense for many of the city’s super-rich. Analysts say a growing number of New York’s financial elite believe that fleeing the city for other states with lower taxes and costs in order to...

Furniture leasing firms flourishing with young professionals

Still schlepping furniture from apartment to apartment or the curb? There’s another way. A new wave of startups that lease high-end furniture and furnishings are catering to young, mobile professionals in creative-class capitals like New York, Chicago and Los...

I want to hear about your Access-A-Ride experience

Readers: Access-A-Ride reportedly made some changes lately, but the MTA-run transportation system for the elderly and disabled is refusing to tell me what they all are. And I’ve been asking for weeks. So, if you are a customer, let...

Lowe’s scuffed up my mother’s home — and I need your help

Dear John: We recently purchased a refrigerator from Lowe’s of Rosedale, Long Island. The fridge was delivered to us on Aug. 8 by RPO Delivery Services. The deliverymen caused damage to the linoleum floor of my mother’s kitchen and...

Why am I ‘not qualified’ for a cancer study I was already approved for?

Dear John: This email is being sent to you because you are a smart guy and I hope that you will know what to do, because I don’t.  Allow me to begin with the fact that I was a...

Top universities should be taxed under ‘tax the rich’ logic

Despite all the political rhetoric, let’s be honest: Tax increases have never produced a single job — not a one. Taxing the rich or middle class more and more has in reality cost many their jobs and even...

Markets rocket on jobs report as investors shed recession fears

The markets surged Friday to close near all-time highs reached last week, as investors reacted to a strong jobs report. The Dow Jones Industrial Average soared 337 points, or 1.2%, to close at 28,015.06 — within half a percentage...

Elon Musk wins ‘pedo guy’ defamation case

A Los Angeles jury found that the Tesla founder Elon Musk did not defame British cave diver Vernon Unsworth by calling him a “pedo guy” in a heated Twitter exchange. The jury returned its verdict on Friday afternoon...

Netflix spends big on India in battle for viewers

Netflix’s Reed Hastings is making a big bet on the world’s second most populous nation as he battles to retain his title as King of Streaming. Hastings on Friday said Netflix is on track to spend $420 million on...

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T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint may be derailed by Dish’s Charlie Ergen

T-Mobile’s $26 billion merger with Sprint may soon hinge on whether a judge believes media tycoon Charlie Ergen...

Moment thug, 26, wearing reindeer slippers dumps woman out of her wheelchair before hero train passengers chase him off

THIS is the shocking moment a thug wearing reindeer slippers dumps a woman out of her wheelchair – before hero train passengers chase...

California man arrested for alleged assault sticks tongue out in mugshot

He was sticking it to authorities. A California man posed for a mugshot by sticking his tongue out after allegedly assaulting his former landlord...

Lucifer season 5: Ella Lopez’ reaction to the real devil revealed as star speaks out

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she said: “Because she’s such a woman of faith and if you believe in God, you have...

Costumed creeps from Times Square make their way to Rockefeller Center

Do you want to get bilked by a snowman? The cadre of costumed creeps known for panhandling and manhandling in Times Square has migrated...