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Published on Oct 28, 2016
The acquisition of the year may have just surfaced. Telecom giant AT&T on Saturday reached a deal worth 85.4 billion U.S. dollars to buy Time Warner, the media titan behind some of the world's most popular entertainment.
The move is both logical and eyebrow-raising. On the one hand, it is a classic marriage of content and distribution; on the other, it has drawn criticism from lawmakers and even the presidential candidates for fears that the mega merger would harm competition.