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Jason Kilar is set to become WarnerMedia's next CEO.

WarnerMedia names former Hulu and Amazon exec Jason Kilar as CEO

Former Hulu CEO and Amazon executive Jason Kilar will be the new CEO of WarnerMedia effective May 1.
Robert Reich's 18th book was released March 24, 2020.

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich expects unemployment to surpass levels during the Great Depression

"We don't want stimulus and jobs. We want people to stay home to combat the health crisis and need to provide them with the income to get through it."

What to do if your internet goes down while you’re working from home

Your smartphone's WiFi hotspot feature is a temporary quick and dirty backup that could help if you need internet right now.

AT&T is lifting all internet data caps and Comcast is cutting some introductory service fees in response to the shift to more home use amid the c...

AT&T is lifting data caps and Comcast is offering free internet service for 60 days to low-income families.
I was able to connect to T-Mobile's long-range 5G network on a small, windy country road, where AT&T and Verizon's 5G networks are nowhere to be found.

T-Mobile customers are the most likely to get 5G on their new Galaxy S20 phones — but there’s a catch

T-Mobile users will have more 5G coverage for their new Galaxy S20 phones than AT&T and Verizon customers, but it's not the super-fast 5G.

The US is making its own 5G technology with American and European companies, and without Huawei

There's finally an answer to which companies the United States will use to deploy 5G technology if it isn't going to use Huawei.
Missy Elliott and H.E.R. from Pepsi's ad.

WarnerMedia’s grand ambitions, how to land a job at Amazon, and advertisers gear up for the Super Bowl

AT&T plans to use its entertainment brands and Xandr ad platform to become the biggest media company while selling more services to AT&T subscribers.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang speaks during the Democratic presidential primary debate at Loyola Marymount University on December 19, 2019 in Los Angeles, California

CNBC just confused VC Geoff Yang and presidential candidate Andrew Yang

Twitter users posted screengrabs pointing out the error, and CNBC apologized.
A man walks past a Sprint store in New York City.

Personal information from thousands of Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile customers was accidentally left exposed — here’s how to ch...

Phone bills of subscribers to Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile were affected by the data exposure.

T-Mobile just pushed the button for its 5G network that it says will cover 60% of Americans — way more than AT&T and Verizon

T-Mobile says its new nationwide 5G network covers 20,000% more people than AT&T and Verizon's 5G networks.