Which top firm missed out on the biggest deal of the year ?
Wall Street banks are writing some of their biggest cheques ever to fund AT&T’s takeover of Time Warner as they seek a bonanza of fees. But there’s a dose of concern that the $40bn loan pledge may get caught up in a regulatory impasse.
America’s major telecoms and cable companies and business groups came out fighting on Monday after Barack Obama called for tough new regulations for broadband that would protect net neutrality, saying they were “stunned” by the president’s proposals.
Internet service went down for millions of Americans on Wednesday morning after cable company Time Warner suffered a major outage.
US cable TV giant Comcast has agreed to buy rival Time Warner Cable in a $45.2bn (£25.5bn) deal that unites the country's two biggest cable TV operators and will control more than a third of the market.
On Monday's 'Boom or Bust', Adam Johnson, Stephanie Ruhle and Julie Hyman look at stocks that are moving.