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DTE Energy Company 2016 Corpora (DTV)


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Previous Close50.99
Open51.54
Bid52.25 x 1800
Ask52.80 x 200
Day's Range51.33 - 53.90
52 Week Range3.29 - 53.90
Volume456,208
Avg. Volume99,153
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  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    U.S. Sues AT&T’s DirecTV for Alleged Collusion During Dodgers TV Talks

    WASHINGTON—The Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit Wednesday against AT&T Inc.’s DirecTV, alleging that it engaged in unlawful information-sharing with rival pay-TV operators when they all resisted carrying a pricey Los Angeles-area sports channel owned by the Dodgers baseball team. The civil lawsuit thrusts the government into a bitter dispute over SportsNet LA, a channel launched by Time Warner Cable in 2014 to carry Dodger games, and inserts antitrust enforcers into a heated debate about the costs of sports television. The lawsuit also could cast a shadow over AT&T’s proposed $85.4 billion deal to acquire entertainment giant Time Warner Inc. Some critics of the deal say further media consolidation could increase the likelihood of the kind of collusive behavior alleged in Wednesday’s lawsuit.