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The Justice Department departed from years of precedent on Monday when it sued to block AT&T’s planned $85 billion acquisition of entertainment giant Time Warner
Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone X supplier, Foxconn, reportedly had students illegally working overtime to assemble the flagship device. According to the Financial Times, six high school students said they worked 11-hour shifts to help assemble the tech giant’s new phone at a factory in Zhengzhou, China. The report said the six were among 3,000 students sent to work in the factory in September. Apple shares were last trading at $173.47, a few bucks shy of their all-time high hit earlier this month. The Justice Department has filed a federal lawsuit to block the $85 billion merger between AT&T (T) and Time Warner (TWX).
On Monday, AT&T confirmed the U.S. Department of Justice's decision to sue in order to block the company's plans to purchase Time Warner for $85.4 billion.
The Justice Department’s new antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim, needed just seven weeks to land himself in the middle of the biggest antitrust case in 20 years.
The Justice Department’s lawsuit against the combination of AT&T and Time Warner sets the stage for the biggest antitrust contest in almost 20 years, and drew a split reaction from antitrust experts.
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The Trump administration's decision to oppose the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger may be clouded by suspicions of political influence. But considered on its merits, it could mark a significant departure ...