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Kim Kardashian Tries to Fix Twitter and AT&T Can Buy Time Warner. Here Are 3 Things to Know Today! What you need to know in 60 seconds or less.

By Conrad Martin

  1. In a landmark decision, a federal judge decided that AT&T's $85.4 billion bid to purchase Time Warner is legal. This decision could pave the way for similar mega deals such as Comcast acquiring 21st Century Fox.
  2. The founder of 2017's infamously disastrous Fyre Festival -- the one where people were stranded in the Bahamas and served cheese sandwiches (Google it) -- Billy MacFarland was arrested for fraud yet again. The disgraced entrepreneur is accused of earning $100,000 by selling fake event tickets via his company, NYC VIP Access.
  3. Finally, in her ongoing and seemingly random crusade for social justice, Kim Kardashian may have successfully lobbied Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to add an edit feature to the platform.

Watch the previous 3 Things video: Elon Musk's Flamethrowers End up on eBay

Conrad Martin

Entrepreneur Staff

Network Editor at Entrepreneur.com

Conrad Martin is the Network Editor at Entrepreneur.com. His areas of focus include native and editorial video, live events, and content distribution.

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