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Reuters.com 04/16/2019 22:19
White House will not turn over documents on AT&T-Time Warner merger.
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CNN (United States) 04/16/2019 18:58
Time Warner has since been renamed WarnerMedia, which also includes networks such TNT and HBO, in addition to CNN.
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Variety 04/16/2019 16:59
Related The story added fuel to Democrats’ suspicions that Trump may have attempted to interfere with the Justice Department’s review of the AT&T-Time Warner transaction because of his animosity toward Time Warner unit CNN.
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Re/code 03/18/2019 14:21
In October 2016, AT&T said it would pay some $85 billion for Time Warner and praised the company’s leadership as “second to none.
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The Hill 03/12/2019 06:00
Trump faces new scrutiny over AT&T-Time Warner merger.
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Slate 03/05/2019 14:20
What makes Trump’s position, and that of his Justice Department, peculiar is that Trump has no record of prior interest in antitrust policy—and the AT&T–Time Warner merger was of a type that both modern antitrust law and conservative antitrust scholars have generally found unobjectionable.
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Ars Technica 03/04/2019 16:51
Trump has long made his hatred of CNN well-known, and during his campaign he promised to block AT&T's proposed takeover of CNN owner Time Warner.
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