In a tumultuous week overseas, President Trump set aside the usual concerns of American foreign policy and judged nations through a narrow business lens.
The court said the company, Pimlico Plumbers, exerted enough control in the case for a plumber to be considered a worker, granting him expanded rights.
The impact of yesterday’s ruling on AT&T’s bid for Time Warner stretches far beyond those who were present in the courtroom.
Investors worry that American lawmakers will stop a White House agreement that would allow the Chinese company to resume buying U.S. technology.
Layoffs at the car maker suggest that the company is taking a more cautious approach to its business. But that raises a whole new set of questions.
AT&T’s legal victory in the fight over its takeover bid for Time Warner means we can expect a flood of M.&A. in the coming months.
Antitrust experts say the enforcement of laws governing mergers should be updated to reflect major changes to the economy over the past 40 years.
The connections nurtured by the financier Tom Barrack look to have paid off handsomely for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates — and for his business.
The Times said that it was reviewing Ali Watkins’s involvement in the case, including her relationship with James Wolfe, a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide.
AT&T’s court victory in its bid to buy Time Warner is the starting gun for a raft of media mergers that could upend the industry.