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AT&T, DOJ present case to appeals court; government faces pointed questions

bizjournals Friday, 7 December 2018
AT&T disputed the idea of a getting a “pot of gold” with Time Warner as an appeal of the companies' merger began with oral arguments Thursday. Meanwhile, the U.S. government came under many questions over its efforts to block the deal. The Dallas telecommunications and media company (NYSE: T) and the Justice Department made their oral arguments in front of a judicial panel after the government filed an appeal earlier this year to overturn a ruling that cleared the way for the merger. Both…
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News video: Judges Hear DOJ Challenge to AT&T-Time Warner Merger

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In an appeals court Thursday, the DOJ argued the merger will cut down competition and raise costs for consumers.

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