The landmark antitrust decision is expected to shake up the media and telecommunications world.
The deal was heavily scrutinized in the midst of President Trump’s ongoing battle with CNN and AT&T’s payment to Michael Cohen.
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that AT&T can move forward with its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner.
Judge Richard Leon's much anticipated antitrust decision on the merger of AT&T and Time Warner is in. AT&T scored a total victory against the U.S. government.
Judge Leon has more than a binary option -- to stop the deal or not. He has some leverage, according to antitrust experts and former Justice Department officials.
Two AT&T executives testified Thursday about how they prepared for the Comcast-NBCUniversal deal.
The telecom giant has stayed out of the scramble for big media assets this year.
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