AT&T just made a move that is pretty much the nightmare scenario that internet advocates and pro-competition observers have been warning us about, says The Verge's T.C. Sottek.
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AT&T announced that its mobile subscribers will be able to stream its new DirecTV Now service without using their data, The Verge reports.
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AT&T unveils its DirecTV Now services starting at $35 a month. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details.
Count local TV station owners among the industries emboldened by Donald Trump, USA Today reports.
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MKM Partners says the AT&T-Time Warner deal has a 70 percent chance to get approval.
Mark Jamison, the person Trump named to help with the FCC transition, also argued in favor of the AT&T and T-Mobile merger, reports Recode.
Tony DeSpirito, BlackRock Equity Dividend, discusses safe dividend stock plays amid rising rates. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
President-elect Trump rallied the working class, but he's campaigning for a benefit favoring mostly the super-rich: killing the estate tax.
The "Fast Money" traders wrapped up the week Friday by looking at what's working in the stock market and what's not.
The "Fast Money" traders share their takes on the Trump rally and possible implications.
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Sen. John Thune sat down with CNBC's John Harwood to talk about how Congress will or won't work with the new president.
Jim Cramer celebrates one CEO that has made the right moves for shareholders to make money.
Consumer advocates and antitrust academics often influence telecom transactions, but corporate foils have clout, too.
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