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Analysts believe legal precedent and case law "heavily favor" AT&T in its battle versus the DOJ over the company's deal to acquire Time Warner.
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Now calling the combination illegal, the DOJ's Makan Delrahim said last year he didn't see it as a major antitrust problem.
"We want to go to court as soon as possible," Dan Petrocelli says, following the Justice Department's suit to block the deal.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Mark Cuban believes Facebook and Alphabet's Google unit will be "big losers" of the Justice Department's decision to sue to block the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.
The Chinese internet giant has a sprawling business with the WeChat messaging app, content, and games.
The net neutrality rules prevent internet service providers from meddling with the speed and accessibility of digital content.
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.
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