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Democrats defended the record of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., this week, after she announced she’s stepping down as top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee (see personals section, Nov. 25). Dick Durbin, Illinois, who’s next in line, said he will…Subscribe to Read >>
PC component shortages continued to dog HP and Dell in their October quarters as the supply chain buckled under the weight of heavy consumer demand for telework and remote-learning connectivity tools, the vendors reported on their Tuesday evening investor calls…Subscribe to Read >>
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House Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone of New Jersey and other Democratic committee leaders are expected to ask the FCC to stand down work on any further controversial matters during a potential transition from President Donald Trump’s administration if Democratic…Read More >>
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Upon completion of ViacomCBS’ sale of Simon & Schuster to Bertelsmann’s Penguin Random House for $2.175 billion cash, expected in 2021, “Simon & Schuster will continue to be managed as a separate publishing unit under the Penguin Random House umbrella,” led by Simon & Schuster President-CEO Jonathan Karp and Chief Operations Officer-Chief Financial Officer Dennis Eulau .
In Vertical Bridge buying Eco-Site, the developer of wireless communication, tower sites and infrastructure’s co-founders Dale Carey , Bob Glosson and Rich Stern , join the acquirer; Carey is executive vice president-strategy and convergence, while Glosson and Stern are senior vice presidents for real estate solutions and real estate, respectively.
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