Judge Richard Leon, of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, ruled today that the United States failed to persuade him to block AT&T’s bid to acquire Time Warner under antitrust law. See the 172-page opus here: AT&T Opinion 6-12-18
The Second Circuit has upheld rules that aim to ease the process for vendors of video content to complain to the Federal Communications Commission about bias by Comcast, Time Warner, and other cable giants in favor of their own video content. Time Warner Cable Inc. v. Federal Communications Comm'n, No. 11-4138(L) (2d Cir. Sept.
AT&T Wireless tried for T-Mobile in what looks like an attempt at building a bridge too far. Which Blawgletter thought from the get-go.
[Let's ignore for now the thing the editors of our — and AT&T's — hometown paper wrote about the FCC's failure to shoo the AT&T/T-Mobile deal through. Let's just say they'd have…