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U.S. presidential candidate Warren calls on AT&T to reject plan she says will cost jobs

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019
U.S. presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren called on AT&T Inc to reject an activist investor plan she said would lead to job cuts, staking out a different position than President Donald Trump who has cheered the investor's involvement.
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