The two abandon plans to combine after the Department of Justice voiced antitrust concerns.
CNBC's Sue Herera covers the top stories of the day, including Russian airstrikes on Syria.
The Justice Department plans to file an antitrust lawsuit to stop United from forming a "monopoly" at Newark Airport, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
According to Dow Jones, the Justice Department will fine Takata $70 million for air bag lapses. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest developments.
Republican candidate Chris Christie provides his perspective on actions taken over GM's faulty ignition switches.
The DoJ and DFS are escalating a Deutsche Bank probe into Russian mirror trades worth $6 billion.
Dara Khosrowshahi, President & CEO, Expedia, discusses its recent acquisition of Orbitz and its brands.
The Justice Department has reached a settlement with General Motors over faulty ignition switches. NBC News reports.
The DOJ complicates Halliburton's buyout of peer oilfield services company Baker Hughes.
William Ackman, Pershing Square Capital Management CEO, shares his thoughts on Herbalife.
The Department of Justice implements a new policy to crack down on white-collar crime after years of criticism.
Daniel Loeb's Third Point hedge fund settles regulatory charges over 2011 Yahoo stake.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, (D-Minn.), discusses her concerns about the deal between online travel websites Expedia and Orbitz.
Brazil's Petrobras under investigation for alleged violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. May face $1.6 billion in fines. - Reuters.
AT&T is moving to capitalize on its recent merger with DirecTV by offering bundled wireless and television services.
The deal will combine the nation's second-largest wireless carrier with its biggest satellite television provider.
Investigators are calling on the Justice Department to launch a criminal probe into Hillary Clinton's private emails while she was Secretary of State.
The Justice Department says Darkode, known as a cybercrime site, has been dismantled as part of a coordinated effort across 18 countries.
China's Tsinghua Unigroup may be making a grab for the last U.S. memory chip maker, but the Chinese bidder for Micron is unlikely to gain U.S. approval.
A government investigation into airline collusion adds pressure to a sector that was "starting to bottom out," an analyst said.