President-elect Donald Trump's meetings with CEOs seeking federal approval for major mergers are raising red flags for ethics lawyers.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, AT&T said it is confident its deal to buy Time Warner will pass muster with Congress and federal regulators. The telecom giant announced plans on Saturday to take over the parent company of HBO, CNN…
By PBS NewsHour
AT&T, the nation’s second largest cell phone carrier, is buying Time Warner for $85.4 billion and will gain control of TV networks like HBO, TNT and CNN in the biggest deal of its kind since Comcast acquired NBC Universal five…
By Michael D. Regan
AT&T has comes to terms on a $85.4 deal to acquire Time Warner, a merger that would make the phone company a telecommunications Goliath.
What Al Jazeera's Current TV Acquisition Means for American Media…
In a long-expected move, Time Warner announced plans to spin off AOL into a publicly traded company, ending their nine-year run together. A Washington Post reporter explains the company's move.
Citigroup, the nation's largest bank, faces both a downgraded credit rating and the resignation of CEO Charles Prince. A business journalist describes the company's struggles.
In an effort to take advantage of the "explosive rise in broadband use and online advertising," Time Warner's Internet arm, AOL, plans to offer free e-mail and other services as it moves away from its dial-up Internet service and cuts…
AOL Time Warner Inc. and AT&T on Wednesday announced plans to dissolve their decade-old cable and entertainment partnership in an estimated $9 billion buyout deal.
The Federal Communications Commission gave conditional approval to America Online's acquisition of media conglomerate Time Warner. With the FCC's approval, the merger creating the nation's largest media empire has cleared its final hurdle.
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