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AT&T scored a landmark victory Tuesday when the court OK’d its $85 billion merger with Time Warner. Reactions from the industry were mixed.
A federal judge Tuesday approved AT&T’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner and imposed no conditions on the deal.
The cable industry, already investing billions of dollars on things like DOCSIS 3.1 network upgrades, lauded the sunset of Title II rules.
Comcast will formalize its $60 billion offer for 21st Century Fox assets should a D.C. federal court side with AT&T in its bid to buy Time Warner Inc.
CBS and National Amusements appear to have ironed out the details for their upcoming court battle.
Comcast and NBCUniversal see a need to expand globally, and the company’s bids for Sky and 21st Century Fox are just the ticket, one NBCU exec says.
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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.