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AT&T Closes Deal For Time Warner For $85 Billion

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AT&T Closes Deal For Time Warner For $85 Billion

AT&T is the No.

2 wireless carrier in the country and on Thursday closed its $85 billion deal to acquire media company Time Warner Only after it reached an agreement with U.S. antitrust regulators.

AT&T was sued by the Justice Department, but won approval from a judge to move forward with the deal..

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AT&T Closes Deal For Time Warner For $85 Billion

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