Glass could be half-empty for Corning; AT&T tells FCC about the benefits of acquiring T-Mobile

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> A dip in demand for LCD TVs could cool Corning's third quarter glass business outlook, analysts think. Story.

> AT&T has told the FCC that a merger with T-Mobile USA would be so scrumpdeliciously good that the combined company would blanket 97 percent of the U.S. with wireless. Story.

> Shaw Communications is backing off of its aggressive wireless plans as it girds for battle on a number of Canadian telecommunications fronts. Story.

> Contrary to crippling Dish Network, some observers believe that a combined Dish-Blockbuster could put a hurtin' on Netflix. Story.

And finally ... Videotron has lured Yann Paquet from his post as vice president of digital media and strategic partnerships for Reader's Digest to be its new vice president of multi-platform content. Story.

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