Time Warner Chief Forcefully Defends Planned Merger

Time Warner’s chief executive forcefully defended his company’s proposed $85 billion merger with AT&T on the witness stand Wednesday, arguing that the company will fall behind innovative competitors without it.

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Witness Blunder Stalls Trial Over AT&T-Time Warner Merger

The federal judge overseeing the government’s antitrust case to block the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger cautioned attorneys on both sides Monday, after it was revealed that a government witness received transcripts of opening arguments and prior witness testimony before he testified.

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Judge Rejects AT&T Effort to Probe Trump Influence in Antitrust Case

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected AT&T’s bid to force the Justice Department to release information the telecom giant says could shed light on whether the Trump administration is behind a government effort to block its merger with Time Warner.

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