The T-Mobile and Sprint merger’s finalized; my thoughts on the merger, plus whether it was really necessary.
CBS and Viacom have announced plans to merge into one company, “ViacomCBS,” to better compete with other media conglomerates.
AT&T has announced that Time Warner’s new name will be “WarnerMedia,” camel case and all. But what assets does AT&T now own?
A judge has cleared the way for AT&T to finish its merger with Time Warner. Meanwhile, will Comcast buy out Fox’s assets from under Disney?
T-Mobile plans to buy out Sprint as part of a merger between the two smaller cellular service companies in the United States.
The number of American media giants are going from five to four, as Disney’s buying out most of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox assets.
News came out that Disney’s in now-stalled talks to buy most of 21st Century Fox’s assets. I discuss the pros of such, plus why it shouldn’t happen.
It’s official: telecommunications giant AT&T plans to buy media conglomerate Time Warner, in a deal that’s worth $85 billion.
90s online giant Yahoo is finally at the end of the road as an independent company. It’s being sold to Verizon for $4.8 billion.
Comcast isn’t the only giant-sized cable company to buy up other companies. This week, the FCC finally granted its approval[…]