Say what you will about the newly consolidated AT&T, it's still four times smaller than Amazon.

CBS and National Amusements appear to have ironed out the details for their upcoming court battle.

On June 12, an end will come to AT&T’s nearly 20-month quest to buy Time Warner. But Time Warner may not be looking for the same decisive victory.

Comcast's unique bylaws render its chairman and CEO virtually unfireable, Bloomberg reports.

Fox's controlling family, the Murdochs, are open to a rival Comcast bid, says frequent Disney critic Richard Greenfield.

By many accounts, AT&T will emerge victorious next week against the Justice Department. But should AT&T lose, what will become of Time Warner?

As CBS’ court battle with Shari Redstone’s National Amusements continues, the company shifted its annual shareholders' meeting to later in the summer.

Top marketing executives are anticipating increases in spending on digital advertising during this upfront season, according to Nielsen.