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Sunday marked the 15th anniversary of Apple's iPod (the classic version below is still available). The device revolutionized the way we consume music and think about the world of entertainment.
Wireless competition, landline disconnections and cord-cutting are all taking a toll on AT&T. Time Warner is in better shape, but perhaps only for the near term.
The New York Times is buying Wirecutter for $30 million, while U.S. banks roll out Zelle, a money-transfer platform.
Shares of T-Mobile USA and Sprint surge as vertical consolidation strikes the telecom and media industries.
Stocks closed with gains on Monday as T-Mobile led the Nasdaq amid better-than-expected earnings, while B/E Aerospace soared following announcement of its acquisition by Rockwell Collins.
Jeff Bewkes, Time Warner's top-notch CEO, has had to wait years for investors to see the tremendous value of his work.
Stocks stay in the green Monday as M&A and earnings reports lead the market higher, while manufacturing orders rise.
AT&T's Randall Stephenson and Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes showed they had at least one thing in common: frustration with an industry more interested in protection than innovation.
U.S. stocks continue to climb on Monday as M&A and earnings reports lead the market higher.
These other deals make a lot more sense than T-TWX.
Based on expected 2017 earnings of the combined entity, the payout ratio would be 65%.
Jim Cramer says to sell both AT&T and Time Warner shares on their deal announcement.
Analysts covering both AT&T and Time Warner largely seemed to like the $85-billion deal to marry Time Warner's content with AT&T's distribution.
AT&T, Time Warner deal will likely set off another wave of merger activity in the communications sector, according to CFRA Research.
AT&T announced its merger with Time Warner to create a telecom/media giant, but investors are unsure if the deal goes through. These ETFs may help them benefit if it does.
Stocks pop on Monday as M&A and earnings reports lead the market higher, while manufacturing orders rose.
Time Warner (TWX) would have to pay $1.7 billion in break up feeds if another company outbids AT&T (T).
M&A dollar volume is down as dealmakers worry about political uncertainties at home and abroad.
Former AOL CEO Jonathan Miller told CNBC Monday that AT&T needs to add a growth business and that Time Warner needs to get its content directly to consumers.
Time Warner (TWX) CEO Jeffrey Bewkes said its deal with AT&T (T) would increase competition, which would lead to more innovations and lower prices for the consumer.
Other content creators, such as Viacom, could also be in play, and see their stocks rise.
AT&T's deal to buy Time Warner faces regulatory hurdles before it can be approved.
U.S. stocks rose on a busy merger Monday.
After ridding itself of slower-growth beauty brands, Procter & Gamble must show its appetite for acquisitions.
AT&T's proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner shows how powerful content creators are, according to one expert.
Stocks that would perform under a Donald Trump presidency have surged in recent days, even as the candidate's poll numbers have continued to decline.
Stock futures are rising on Monday on news of an AT&T deal with Time Warner and a mix of other mergers and deal talk.