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Comcast makes $65 billion offer for 21st Century Fox assets as bidding war with Disney heats up (FOXA, CMCSA, DIS)

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Comcast makes $65 billion offer for 21st Century Fox assets as bidding war with Disney heats up (FOXA, CMCSA, DIS)· *Comcast has officially bid $65 billion for 21st Century Fox, topping Disney's $52 billion offer. *
· *The proposal comes one day after a court approved AT&T's $85 billion merger with Time Warner.*

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Comcast has offered $65 billion for Twenty-First Century Fox media assets. According to Reuters, the all-cash offer for Fox’s movie and TV studios and other assets including the X-Men franchise opens a war with Walt Disney. Disney had already offered $52 billion in stock for the acquisition....

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