AT&T to Acquire Leap for $1.2B in Cash

July 12 (Bloomberg) -- AT&T agreed to buy Leap Wireless International for $1.2 billion, giving the company 5 million customers, more airwaves and a larger piece of the pay-as-you-go market. Su Keenan reports on Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line." (Source: Bloomberg)
Grenades & Gastronomy: Inside Iceland's Whaling Industry
02:31 - It’s an industry steeped in controversy, attacked as ‘outdated’ and ‘barbaric’ by opponents but lauded as an economic and health boon by its proponents. Whaling – it’s back on the agenda in Iceland, one of only 3 countries in the world to commercially hunt the ocean-dwelling mammals. Bloomberg’s Ed Kiernan and Tom Mackenzie were given exclusive access to one of the country’s major whaling stations, and spoke to the millionaire businessman determined to keep the industry alive.
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