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AT&T Strikes $49 Billion for DirecTV, and More

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AT&T Strikes $49 Billion for DirecTV, and More

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What’s News: AT&T is paying $49 billion to acquire DirecTV creating a pay-TV giant. Russia’s Vladimir Putin orders troops back from Ukraine border. 2014 Billboard Music Award winners: Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake and Jennifer Lopez. Joanne Po reports. Photo: Getty Images

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