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Telecom giant is spending $85.4 billion just to stay relevant.
AT&T says it will buy Time Warner in $85.4 billion deal that would combine a global telecom operator with the media company steeped in television and film.
Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick remains vague as to when the company will go public.
As the dust settles on Wednesday's contentious presidential debate, U.S. markets are actually teetering on the edge of breakout territory.
CBS reportedly has agreed to allow Google to carry its broadcast network as part of streaming pay-TV service, Unplugged, that is certain to shake up media distribution.
The world's biggest tech companies are intensifying their competition to command your home's devices and services, but the prize is still up for grabs.
NowThis Studios, which makes content that can't be found on its website, is part of Discovery Communications' $100 million bet on digital distribution.
GameStop has seen brisk demand for Sony's new Playstation VR device, says COO Tony Bartel.
California vegetarians are getting an "Impossible" fix!
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2 million Americans have been urged to evacuate along the U.S. Southeast coast as Hurricane Matthew barrels to Florida.
A deal would follow an unsuccessful attempt by the Japanese group to engineer a three-way PC merger with Toshiba and Sony's Vaio.
CBS and Viacom are considering a merger despite having very different strategies about how to succeed in a fragmenting media market.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is said to be very interested in buying Twitter.
The EC's new focus on Big Data and Microsoft's plan to meld office productivity tools with LinkedIn's pool of professional info will form a CRM monopoly, a worried rival argues.
It seems increasingly likely that Twitter's life as an independent company is coming to an end. These ETFs will help you benefit if it gets bought.
National Amusements made clear in its letter to CBS and Viacom that as merger talks proceed, the Redstones would continue to control both companies, or a combined company.
The Securities Exchange Commission found that Merrill Lynch did not have proper trading controls in place to stop "mini-flash crashes" on particular stocks.
Google adds to its position in Airbnb, now roughly $4 billion. Tesla sues the state of Michigan, among other things this week.
Shares of Alphabet have done well over the past year, gaining nearly 25%. These three ETFs provide exposure to the search giant without the high cost.
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