Can the AT&T and Time Warner deal win over regulators?

Mark Garrison Oct 24, 2016
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Can the AT&T and Time Warner deal win over regulators?

Mark Garrison Oct 24, 2016
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Over the weekend, AT&T announced an $85.4 billion bid to buy Time Warner. Now it has to convince federal antitrust authorities, who will take a close look at whether this merger would threaten competition and make things worse for consumers. But in a rapidly changing media and political landscape, answering that question is harder than ever.

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