Will the company hold to it if it's allowed to buy Time Warner?
“I applaud how these hard-working salesmen met their quotas!” If you were wondering why I listed AT&T v. Concepcion as one of the very worst Roberts Court decisions, here you go: The bank has sought to kill lawsuits that its customers have filed over the creation of as many as two million sham accounts by […]
The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner did their best to convince a Senate panel their proposed $85.4B merger will benefit consumers.
Adobe, MasterCard and AT&T are just a few of the 44 companies who recently pledged to close the gender pay gap. They all joined the Obama administration's Equal Pay Pledge, the White House announced Wednesday. Also joining were eBay,...Show More Summary
The telecom giant and media behemoth defended their proposed $85.4 billion merger in a Senate hearing.
During a senate hearing, AT&T and Time Warner face skeptical lawmakers to make the hard sell for their megamerger.
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 proposed merger of Dallas-based AT&T and Manhattan-born and bred Time Warner got a mixed reception from lawmakers on Wednesday as a Senate judiciary subcommittee questioned the companies'... To view the full story, click the title link.
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 issue of First Amendment free speech protections is now front and center.
T-Mobile hinted last year that its one number, multiple device solution would make AT&T NumberSync look small. After testing out T-Mobile DIGITS, I'm a believer.
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.
AT&T and Time Warner’s top brass met with a US Senate antitrust panel on Wednesday to argue that the proposed $85 billion merger of the two companies would help competition rather than hurt it. This sounds like a big, steamy pile of bullshit. Read more...
AT&T denies that it will restrict Time Warner content to its own network.
This morning, T-Mobile took the wraps off its latest technology introduction, DIGITS. The idea here is very much Google Voice meets AT&T’s NumberSync in that you get to use a single phone number (your “DIGITS”) across multiple devices and have additional phone numbers funnel through it. Show More Summary
Comcast isn't worried about competition from AT&T and Hulu's new streaming bundle services, nor is the company shy about competing in a new area of its own: wireless service. Mike Cavanagh, senior evp and CFO for Comcast, talked today at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York about the company's plans for 2017. Show More Summary
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson and his Time Warner counterpart Jeffrey Bewkes are Capitol Hill-bound Wednesday morning as two top executives attempt to convince a Senate subcommittee that their proposed $85.
Tech entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban testified in favor of a proposed AT&T, Time Warner merger. Using his seven-year-old son as an example during the hearing, Cuban said more people are turning to apps rather than TV to alleviate their boredom. Show More Summary
Skeptical Senators will question the CEO's of AT&T and Time Warner today on Capitol Hill about their proposed $85 billion merger.