Google (GOOGL) has 90 days to end what the European Union calls an overwhelming dominance in search. The EU slapped the tech giant with a $2.72 billion fine. If Google doesn't stop the behavior, the EU says it will increase the fines to 5% of average daily global revenue. Sprint (S) is reportedly talking exclusively with Charter Communications (CHTR) and Comcast (CMCSA) on a potential deal that could boost the cable companies ambitions in wireless. The Wall Street Journal says all the companies are trying to keep existing companies while at the same time appealing to potential new subscribers with a mix of TV, phones and internet. The Senate Health Care bill just got more complicated. Another GOP Senator says she won't support the bill, bringing the total to 6. The Congressional Budget Office said the Senate's version would cause an estimated 22 million more Americans to be uninsured.
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