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David Goodfriend said 29 of the last 30 times the Justice Department has brought this kind of injunctive claim, it has won the case.
Time Warner and AT&T are holding a press conference to discuss the Justice Department's lawsuit to block the proposed merger between the media conglomerate and the telecommunications giant.
The Department of Justice unveiled a lawsuit to block the $85 billion mega merger more than one year after it was announced.
The Department of Justice is suing to block AT&T's $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner, AT&T said in a release.
Time Warner fell on the back of a report that the U.S. government is set to make an antitrust announcement on the company's deal with AT&T.
For two years, investors have wondered whether Vivendi would launch a takeover bid for Ubisoft. Now they've got an answer.
A former Facebook operations manager responsible for privacy policies sharply criticized the company in a New York Times op-ed.
A lot of Wall Street is betting against the parent company of Tinder. Eric Jackson explains why they're wrong to do so.
Apple's new visitor center lets people drink coffee, buy exclusive merchandise, and take in the view.
Shares have rallied 11,251.3 percent since Tencent went public in 2004.
Increased spending by Amazon Prime members will boost revenues, GBH Insights' Daniel Ives says.
Discovery shares have taken a beating since it announced a merger with Scripps, but Liberty Media Chairman John Malone called it a buying opportunity.
In a world increasingly dominated by big tech companies, household names in media have to think huge to keep up, analysts say.
Of two bills that could crimp ad growth for Facebook and Google, the lower-profile will hit first and could hurt more
Bill Gurley said bitcoin is no fraud and that the cryptocurrency is particularly valuable in unstable parts of the world.
Apple has delayed its HomePod smart speaker until 2018.
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