Another Massive Media Merger
Sprint–T-Mobile Has All the Hallmarks of a Bad Tech Merger. Why Is It Going Through?
The Government Made the Wrong Argument in Its Failed Challenge to the AT&T–Time Warner Merger
The Hype Over 5G Would Be Hilarious if It Didn’t Come With Serious Consequences
The Sinclair Merger Is Probably Dead. But Media Consolidation Is Still a Huge Threat to Journalism.
Is Ajit Pai Protecting Himself?
The Justice Department Wants to Go Another Round With AT&T Over Its Merger With Time Warner
Can Tech Employees Pressure Their Companies Into Taking a Stand?
Why the AT&T–Time Warner Ruling Might Be Among the Worst Opinions in Antitrust History
AT&T Wins Approval to Buy Time Warner in Deal That Could Transform Media and Cable
The DOJ’s Former Chief Antitrust Lawyer Explains Why AT&T’s Merger With Time Warner Could Be So Harmful
Should T-Mobile and Sprint Be Allowed to Merge? Not if You Believe Their Past Statements.
U.K. Supermarket CEO Sings “We’re in the Money” Before Interview on $18 Billion Merger He’s Overseeing
Alaska Airlines Just Paid $2.6 Billion for Virgin America. Was It Worth It?
Once Again, the Maker of Budweiser Wants to Buy the Maker of Miller
T-Mobile May Merge With Dish Network. There Goes Its Underdog Status.
Comcast Earned Its Reputation as the Most Hated Company in America. No Wonder Its Merger Failed.
FCC Recommends a Potentially Deal-Killing Hearing for the Comcast–Time Warner Merger
Why Staples’ Terrible Sales Might Be a Godsend for the Company
Whatever Rupert Wants, Rupert Gets (and He Wants Time Warner)