Recent mergers and the ongoing debt limit negotiations in Congress could be prompting companies to borrow more.
The companies’ plans have drawn skepticism from trade unions, consumer advocate groups and Colorado's attorney general.
Some experts say the decision is rooted in the U.K.'s efforts to develop its own tech industry.
The Federal Trade Commission said Microsoft's planned takeover could suppress competitors.
Kroger would become a bigger competitor against giants like Walmart, giving it more bargaining power over suppliers.
The reunion will help these companies navigate a competitive streaming landscape, according to analysts.
The new company would become the nation's No. 2 defense contractor.
A team-up between the two companies could lead to a huge boost in production, but a decrease in demand for new cars is expected.
Representatives from T-Mobile and Sprint are on Capitol Hill today and tomorrow to discuss a planned $26 billion merger.
Companies date, some break up, others marry and try their odds.