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AT&T, Time Warner try to sway reluctant senators

The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner did their best to convince a Senate panel their proposed $85.4B merger will benefit consumers.
USATODAY.com

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News video: Senate antitrust subcommittee probes AT&T-Time Warner merger

Senate antitrust subcommittee probes AT&T-Time Warner merger 01:10

Senate's antitrust subcommittee probes AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner in a hearing attended by chief executives of both companies. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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News video: The Case Against the AT&T-Time Warner Deal

The Case Against the AT&T-Time Warner Deal 05:16

Dec.07 -- Lawmakers on Capitol Hill grilled the chief executive officers of AT&T and Time Warner on their proposed merger. Public Knowledge Senior Policy Counsel Phillip Berenbroick, who was present at..
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News video: AT&T, Time Warner Execs Defend Merits of Merger

AT&T, Time Warner Execs Defend Merits of Merger 04:55

Dec.07 -- AT&T and Time Warner's chief executive officers defended the merits of their merger on Capitol Hill today as the Justice Department reviews their pending deal. Bloomberg's Jeff McCracken..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Jim Cramer: AT&T/Time Warner Not Anti-Competitive

Jim Cramer: AT&T/Time Warner Not Anti-Competitive 00:31

There is not much in the AT&T/Time Warner deal that should cause consumers to be worried about price increases, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer. Investors are gearing up today for a hearing from executives..
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News video: AT&T, Time Warner Face Capitol Hill Merger Review

AT&T, Time Warner Face Capitol Hill Merger Review 03:13

Dec.07 -- AT&T and Time Warner sent their chief executive officers to Capitol Hill today to face lawmakers' questions as the Justice Department reviews their proposed merger. Bloomberg Intelligence's..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

 

AT&T CEO Defends Time Warner Deal Before Senate Antitrust Panel

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson will try to sell Capitol Hill on his company's planned merger with Time-Warner. Stephenson will present the merger as a way of disrupting the existing cable TV model, but..
NPR

AT&T and Time Warner accidentally argue against their own merger

at&t and time warner accidentally argue against their own merger
AT&T and Time Warner were called before Congress today to defend their upcoming $85 billion merger and they played all of the antitrust bingo words in the book. We heard a lot about “investment,”..
The Verge

If Trump's Really A Populist, He'll Fight Against The Destructive AT&T-Time Warner Merger

if trump's really a populist, he'll fight against the destructive at&t-time warner merger
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, *Dangerous consolidation of the media is a trend that has been discussed by many people on many occasions, and many of us by now have heard..
Zero Hedge

AT&T, Time Warner execs defend merger during contentious hearing

AT&T (NYSE: T) and Time Warner (NYSE: TWX) executives went in front of a senate judiciary committee Wednesday, responding to concerns about the deal’s impact on competition during a nearly three-hour..
bizjournals

Innovation or Monopoly? Panel Looks at ATT-Time Warner Deal

Senators questioning the logic of a proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner turned their focus to the nickels and dimes of the issue, at least as to how the $85.4 billion mega-deal would affect..
VOA News

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