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Music, I'm Lindsey Francis. Boom-bust, here's what's coming up today: more court drama for Uber. Europe's top court looks to deal the ride-sharing company a major regulatory blow. And Verizon comes out on top, the wireless company beats the competition in a bidding war to acquire Straight Paths for three billion dollars. The power of a Chief of staff, sit, I sit down with New York Times bestselling author Chris Whipple to discuss his new book "The Gatekeepers" for a glimpse inside the White House through the eyes of several former Chiefs of Staff. Standbys, boom buff starts right now. Music, a top European judge says the ride-sharing service Uber is a transport company and could be required to obtain licenses and permits under national law in the 28 EU member states. The case was brought to the European Court of Justice by a taxi company in Spain. It claimed a Barcelona Uber branch was engaged in unfair competition. In a legal opinion delivered Thursday, the judge said that Uber in Barcelona was providing a comprehensive system for on-demand urban transport that can be regulated. This means it could not be considered just an information society service as it refers to itself, that would benefit from EU principles on the freedom to prservices. Such opinions are non-binding but national courts have banned Uber services in many other European cities. And Verizon Communications is buying Straight Path Communications for about 3.1 billion dollars, ending a war with AT&T over the wireless licenses company. The all-stop deal was announced Thursday one month after AT&T said that it would buy Straight Paths for 1.6 billion dollars. AT&T is declining to match that offer and Verizon will now pay 38 million dollars termination fees to AT&T on behalf of Straight Path. Straight Path's household...