Clyburn says Verizon's answers are unsatisfactory; Sprint will pay CFO $600,000 in bonuses

> Verizon Wireless gave "unsatisfactory" answers to regulators about fees it charges for early contract exits and accidental Web connections, said FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn. Article

>  A federal judge in Little Rock, Ark., denied Verizon Wireless' request for a restraining order against former employee Lewis Langston III, who went to work for Allied Wireless Communication Corp. Verizon wanted the restraining order to keep Langston from disclosing confidential, proprietary trade secret information he obtained while working for Verizon. Article

> Sprint Nextel will pay CFO Robert Brust $600,000 in a series of bonuses to keep him with the firm while it searches for a replacement.  Article

> U.S. antitrust officials asked Google for more information about its $750 million purchase of mobile advertising firm AdMob. Article

And finally... A secret Santa in Portland, Maine, handed out $100 bills to 100 shoppers at a Goodwill store. Article

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