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A former employee says she felt pressured to avoid the restroom and stay in her seat -- even while dealing with a difficult pregnancy.
Law enforcement officials say wireless carriers and handset makers aren't doing enough to stem the phone-stealing epidemic.
The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.
The potential acquisition would create an entity with over 60 million retail subscribers and $50 billion in revenues.
The wireless carrier must now rethink its strategy after Washington state's attorney general put the kibosh on its marketing approach.
The company is rumored to be ready to offer $100 billion to take full control, but that bid might be too low.
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