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  • MarketWatchyesterday

    The Big Deal: Time Warner CEO could walk away with $500 million if sale to AT&T goes through

    Wednesday developments surrounding the proposed takeover of Time Warner — not Time Warner Cable — by AT&T

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    How AT&T, Time Warner merger could impact Dallas footprint

    Telecom giant AT&T's (NYSE: T) $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable could have little impact on its real estate footprint in Dallas, sources say. With Time Warner's entertainment-heavy business being tied to cities on the coastal United States, there will likely be minimal impact to AT&T's business operations in Dallas, said King White, CEO of Dallas-based Site Selection Group, which helps large companies with consolidation and relocation decisions.

  • Forbes2 days ago

    Here Is The Precedent Behind The AT&T Time Warner Deal

    AT&T (T) wants to acquire Time Warner Inc ($TWX) for $85.4 billion. Over the past 72 hours, this has been the lead story in the financial media. People in favor of the deal argue the deal does not raise anti-trust issues because AT&T is a telecommunication company and Time Warner is primarily a media company. On the other hand, people against the deal say it is too big, not fair for the consumer, and it will give AT&T too much power. I'm not here to argue either side, I just want to shed light on the reasons why AT&T wants to acquire Time Warner and let you know that a company like this already ...