- American City Business Journals•10 hours ago
Telecom giant AT&T's (NYSE: T) $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable could have little impact on its real estate footprint in Dallas, sources say. With Time Warner's entertainment-heavy business being tied to cities on the coastal United States, there will likely be minimal impact to AT&T's business operations in Dallas, said King White, CEO of Dallas-based Site Selection Group, which helps large companies with consolidation and relocation decisions.
- Forbes•11 hours ago
AT&T (T) wants to acquire Time Warner Inc ($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 ...
- American City Business Journals•18 hours ago
Five months after Charter Communications closed on its buy of Time Warner Cable , the combined entity is planning to hire 90 sales employees in the Triangle. The company is hosting an open house interview event to meet with interested candidates Wednesday and Thursday in Morrisville. Spokesman Scott Pryzwansky wouldn’t say how many sales team members were already employed at the company's Morrisville location, but he did say the growth here was directly related to the company’s recent buyout by Charter Communications.
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