The AT&T case could lead to an expanded view of the content and distribution market, perhaps changing what constitutes antitrust violation.
A $30.7 billion offer for Sky puts the American cable giant in a takeover battle with Rupert Murdoch for control of the British broadcaster.
The British broadcaster withdrew its recommendation of 21st Century Fox’s bid after Comcast made a formal $30.7 billion offer. How will Fox and Disney respond?
European authorities are testing the idea that data can give companies an unfair edge over rivals.
A dinner at the White House helped David J. Pecker, whose company owns The National Enquirer, showcase his connections as he sought Saudi cash to buy Time magazine.
John Martin, the chief executive of Turner, told a federal court said that his channels were not absolutely vital for a cable or satellite business.
The government doesn’t want you to pay too much to watch your shows. That’s why the Justice Department says it is challenging the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.
The move came just weeks after the Mr. Ferro helped negotiate the sale of The Los Angeles Times. Justin Dearbon, Tronc’s chief executive, will replace him.
Fox can either revise the terms of the Disney sale to exclude Sky, or enter into a bidding war with Comcast. Neither option is appealing.
The cable giant is complicating Rupert Murdoch’s plan to sell his entertainment assets to Disney. Now Fox must enter a bidding war for Sky or rethink its Disney deal.