News: 2014-05-20

News links for 20 May 2014


Thailand Army Sees No Coup as Martial Law Imposed – Bloomberg

Chasing Yield, Investors Plow Into Junk Bonds –

China Suspends Cybersecurity Cooperation After U.S. Charges – Bloomberg

New Cold War May Emerge in Ukraine Crisis, Medvedev Says – Bloomberg

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Data Pirates of the Caribbean: The NSA Is Recording Every Cell Phone Call in the Bahamas – The Intercept

Why the government should provide internet access – Vox

AT&T Could Probably Buy DirecTV. But Why? | Re/code

AT&T Joins U.S. TV Revamp With $48.5 Billion DirecTV Deal – Bloomberg

New York’s mayor is proving Uber right about cab cartels – Quartz

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