AT&T Time Warner Merger Approved

  On Tuesday, a federal judge approved the merger of AT&T and Time Warner without any restrictions. This was a blow to the Justice Department, which opposed the merger. So, what’s next with the AT&T Time Warner merger approved? Will this open the floodgates to other big mergers? And will the merger positively or negative […]

Read more

Steve Case: A Comeback from the “Worst Merger Ever”

How about this interesting timeline? CNN report from January 2000: “In a stunning development, America Online Inc. announced plans to acquire Time Warner Inc. for roughly $182 billion in stock and debt Monday, creating a digital media powerhouse with the potential to reach every American in one form or another. With dominating positions in the […]

Read more

Spinning Off Time Inc.: More Evidence of the Decline of Print

After its negotiations with Meredith Corporation collapsed, Time Warner decided that it will spin off its Time Inc. magazine group into a separate public corporation — as it previously did with Time Warner Cable and AOL. This will leave Time Warner with two giant entities: its television networks (including CNN, TNT, TBS, and more) and […]

Read more