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Barring a settlement, the DoJ suit to quash the merger of AT&T and Time Warner promises three weeks of high-stakes, high-profile litigation.
From regulatory rulings, to blocked mergers, the attitude from Washington is very different this year.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, March 14.
U.S. regulators are reviewing the proposed merger between the two media companies.
Qualcomm and hostile suitor Broadcom have been waging a PR war. For the next week or so, Washington appears to be a new front in the battle.
Markets were spooked following new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's remarks Tuesday.
A wolf pack of the most high-profile activists are accumulating shares in Time Warner, as it faces the Justice Department's lawsuit to block its sale to AT&T. Here's why they have been buying.
Hint: hedge funds love the tech sector no matter what. Here are some of the hottest picks from the hedgies.
AT&T was seeking to have access to White House correspondence concerning its proposed bid for Time Warner.
Cash repatriation and favorable macro conditions could lead the pace of tech acquisitions to pick up. But tech giants are said to be nervous about opening themselves to regulatory scrutiny.
Even if AT&T has an IPO DirecTV, closes a wireless spectrum sale and finds a buyer for its data centers, Moody's estimates most of the cash it needs to hit leverage targets would likely come from operations.
The media giant's unique intellectual property and sports rights provide a path to success. But Netflix and Amazon's scale advantages are nothing to gloss over.
Disney CEO Bob Iger gets another chance to tout the benefits of Disney's mega-deal with Fox on Tuesday after the close.
The cloud drove results for many of tech's biggest companies in the fourth quarter.
This will be the ninth consecutive year when the big game tops that 100 million-viewers mark.
Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) today provided its 2018 full-year business outlook.
Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX) today reported financial results for its fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017.
Stocks continue to show little desire to go down. With optimism over tax reform still rising, one research outfit has identified 22 stocks worth buying right now.
The fear of being left behind in a race for premier film and TV producers is likely to spur more industry consolidation. Lions Gate and MGM stand out in a diminishing field of independent studios with quality libraries.
Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts said Comcast would boost its dividend and buy back $5 billion in shares, in part due to the tax cuts. But Comcast should still have funds left over to invest more in its business or to buy other companies.
Tax cuts will give Verizon an extra $3.5 billion to $4 billion in operating cash flow, but Lowell McAdam says the telecom isn't planning to use the funds for any kind of blockbuster media deal.
European stocks are mixed and U.S. stock futures turn lower early Tuesday.
Netflix's plans to spend $8 billion on content this year will keep its cash flow deeply in the red, but investors continue to reward the streaming service's ambitions with record high share prices and a $100 billion market cap.
In the wake of Disney's megadeal with Fox, Lions Gate could attract suitors from Amazon to Verizon.
The iPhone maker plans to repatriate nearly all of its offshore cash, and much of it will likely go towards dividends and buybacks. It might not be long before other tech giants make similar announcements.
The chipmaker's CEO and CFO, as well as several media chiefs in a panel discussion, argued at CES that their respective industries aren't close to seeing their mergers and acquisitions waves end.
The occasional activist and well-known short seller returned a lackluster 1.6% for 2017 year-to-date, with problematic investments in Amazon, Tesla and Rite Aid. Here's a look at his new positions and mixed 2017 record.
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