AT&T AND TIME WARNER HAVE MERGED WORTH $85 BILLION

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After two years in the making, federal judge Richard Leon has approved the $85 billion merger between AT&T and Time Warner. "This decision from Judge Leon will have broad ramifications for the tech, telecommunications and media sector for decades to come," Daniel Ives, the chief strategy officer at GBH Insights, told Business Insider in an email before the decision was handed down.

 

 

He also said, “This deal will accelerate content and streaming initiatives between Time Warner properties and AT&T and be a major shot across the bow to other cable and wireless players with all these assets under one hood.”