Charter Communications is the No. 2 cable provider — but it’s starting to sound more like a wireless company based on CEO Tom Rutledge’s comments to analysts in this morning’s conference call to discuss Q4 earnings. Much of the talkShow More Summary
In an earnings call this morning, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes announced that HBO Now -- HBO’s $14.99-per-month OTT service that doesn’t require a traditional TV package, and which serves as a competitor to Netflix and Hulu -- has surpassed...Show More Summary
AT&T's chief likes what it sees from the Trump Admin. If only he knew Trump's plans for its $85B merger with Time Warner cable.
"There are not competitive issues with owning CNN."
AT&T doesn't need to get rid of CNN in order for its proposed $85 billion merger with Time Warner to go through, according to AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. In an interview with CNBC, Stephenson said spinning off CNN "doesn't seem relevant...Show More Summary
AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson on Thursday met in New York with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, an opponent of the company’s acquisition of Time Warner. A spokeswoman for Trump confirmed the meeting after Stephenson was seen entering Trump Tower. Show More Summary
At meeting, President-elect Trump and AT&T CEO bypass Time Warner merger talk.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson had a meeting at Trump Tower with President-Elect Donald Trump Thursday to discuss the proposed $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc. that was announced in October. The meeting piqued interest as presidents typically leave these decisions to antitrust officials.
UPDATE, 11:48 AM: AT&T’s $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner didn’t come up in CEO Randall Stephenson’s meeting with Donald Trump this morning the telco says in its first statement about the session. They had “a very good meeting…covering a wide-range of topics,” AT&T says. Show More Summary
On Thursday, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson spent an hour in Trump Tower, the day after President-elect Donald Trump trashed CNN, which AT&T wants to buy as part of its proposed $85 billion merger with Time Warner. Trump is said to still...Show More Summary
AT&T execs are meeting with President-elect Donald Trump to discuss the company's $85.4 billion bid for Time Warner.
Confirmation hearings kick off today for Defense, CIA and HUD Jan. 12, 2017, 8:41 a.m. This is our look at President-elect Donald Trump's transition and the outgoing Obama administration: A breakdown of what Trump revealed to the media today, from business conflicts to Obamacare What does Trump's...
Donald Trump met Thursday with the chief executive of AT&T Inc. amid the president-elect's outspoken opposition to the telecom giant's proposed $85.4-billion purchase of Time Warner Inc. and a flare-up in his long-running battle with the media company's CNN outlet. Randall Stephenson met with Trump...
Making Sense by Michael Reagan On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary committee held a significant hearing on the proposed $84 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner, which owns CNN. AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson testified, and faced tough questions from senators … Continue reading ?
In October, just after AT&T Inc. announced a deal to buy Time Warner Inc., AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said one reason not to be concerned about the combination was because the fight over net neutrality was finally over. The presidential election changed that.
Will the company hold to it if it's allowed to buy Time Warner?
The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner did their best to convince a Senate panel their proposed $85.4B merger will benefit consumers.
AT&T chief executive Randall Stephenson vowed Wednesday not to restrict Time Warner's television content from competitors once the two companies close their massive $85 billion merger. “We will not withhold content to disadvantage someone else,” Stephenson said at a hearing before the Senate judiciary subcommittee on antitrust. Show More Summary
The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner defended their proposed $85 billion merger to lawmakers, trying to navigate a tricky political landscape in which President-elect Donald Trump has expressed hostility to the deal.
The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner are telling Congress that the merger of the two media and communications giants will benefit Americans and boost competition in cable, rather than quash it. The... To view the full story, click the title link.