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The Justice Department plans to appeal AT&T's $85.4 billion merger with Time Warner.
The Department of Justice has announced it will appeal the approved Time Warner-AT&T merger. CNBC's Sue Herrera and Julia Boorstin report.
The Justice Department argues that the combined company would decrease competition and raise prices for consumers.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the brewing media bidding war between Murdoch and Comcast after Fox gets UK approval for the Sky offer.
Bloomberg News reported Reorg Research says justice department staff will approve a merger between Aetna and CVS.
Jon Fortt reports on semiconductor company Broadcom and its plunge into the red after announcement of a deal with CA technology.
Companies have doubts that future earnings growth will match shareholders' expectations, according to J.P. Morgan veteran Chris Ventresca.
Rob Enderle of Enderle Group says the amount being put forth by Comcast and Twenty-First Century Fox is "beyond what Sky really should be worth in an era of Amazon and Netflix."
Comcast has raised its cash offer for the British television group, the latest move in an ongoing bidding war with rival Twenty-First Century Fox.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell discusses a report that Broadcom is close to acquiring CA Technologies in a deal that could be announced later today.
Shares of CA Technologies soared more than 16 percent in extended trading, after the Wall Street Journal reported that Broadcom was close to acquiring the software company for about $18 billion.
CNBC's David Faber reports that the likelihood of a potential competing offer from Comcast for Fox assets has probably gone down.
Cramer mentions that Pfizer in 2013 spun off its animal health business Zoetis, which has seen its shares surge more than 150 percent since then.
Arash Massoudi of the FT breaks down the breaking deal news.
Tim Mulligan, senior analyst at Midia Research, speaks about the bidding war for U.K. broadcaster Sky.
Craig Moffett of Moffett Nathanson and Robert Profusek of Jones Day discuss mergers and acquisition deals in media companies.