Alina Selyukh

NPR

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Technology reporter for NPR and host of its All Tech Considered blog; former technology policy correspondent for Reuters

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America's diversified communications industry is moving back to greater concentration of power over both content and the means of delivery.

AT&T announces $85 billion merger with Time Warner

America's diversified communications industry is moving back to greater concentration of power over both content and the means of delivery.

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When the Associated Press  falsely tweeted  that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

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When the Associated Press falsely tweeted that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

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