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U.S. Appeals Ruling Allowing AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Wall Street Journal Thursday, 12 July 2018
The Justice Department appealed a trial judge’s ruling last month that allowed AT&T to acquire Time Warner, setting the stage for a second round of legal proceedings in a blockbuster antitrust case.
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News video: AT&T Stocks Drop After Department Of Justice Appeals Time Warner Merger

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According to a report by Markets Insider, shares of AT&T dropped as much as 2% after the Department of Justice appealed a court's ruling that cleared the company to buy Time Warner on Thursday. The appeal comes just one month after a court approved the 'vertical' merger, which would give AT&T access...

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