News of Note—Pentagon halts sale of Huawei, ZTE phones, Sprint names new CEO and more

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Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Citing security concerns, the Defense Department ordered military bases to stop selling Huawei and ZTE phones. Washington Post article

> Sprint has named former CFO Michel Combes as its new CEO. CNBC article

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>  Microsoft, Dell and VMware are partnering up on IoT offering. ZDNet article

> Consumer advocates say lower income brackets would be hit hardest by the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. Reuters article

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