News of Note—Google updates Datally app; Foxconn sets down U.S. stakes, and more

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The future of Qualcomm’s proposed deal to acquire NXP Semiconductors remains unclear. (Pixabay)

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> Foxconn Technology Group has purchased a downtown Milwaukee building to house its North American headquarters. Associated Press article

> AT&T announced agreements the company said will deliver 820 MW of wind power, "and constitute one of the largest corporate renewable energy purchases in the U.S." Release

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> AT&T offered an iPhone X BOGO during Father's Day. PocketNow article

> Google updated its Datally app to give users more control over their mobile data use. PhoneScoop article

> Apple has hired autonomous vehicle expert and ex-Waymo engineer Jamie Waydo. Mobile Syrup article

> The critical communications market is expected to top $10 billion by 2022, according to ABI Research. Release

> Semiconductor industry analysts and market watchers expressed concern after President Donald Trump announced the U.S. would impose 25% tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese goods. EE Times article

> Verizon Communications announced the expiration and expiration date results of its two previously announced related transactions to repurchase 13 series of its outstanding notes. Release

> A wave of expected major-media mergers would transform AT&T and Comcast into the two most indebted companies in the world, a standing that carries uncharted risks for investors in the firms’ bonds. Wall Street Journal article

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