News of Note—Amazon retreats from New York City HQ2 plans; FTC negotiates multibillion-dollar fine with Facebook

News of note
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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Amazon retreated on plans to open a massive corporate headquarters in New York City following community backlash. The New York Times article

> The Federal Trade Commission and Facebook are negotiating a multibillion-dollar fine to settle the agency’s investigation into the company’s privacy practices. The Washington Post article

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> Intracom Telecom announced a new Point-to-MultiPoint millimeter wave base station that will be on display later this month at MWC Barcelona. Release

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