With today's economic uncertainty, bad aerospace and defense mergers would increase anxiety and harm our security. It is time to put the American people first.
A new poll suggests that a majority of likely voters in the U.S. would support legislation that would stop large companies from taking part in mergers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The DOJ approved a merger to allow Liberty Media to increase its stake in iHeartMedia up to 50 percent.
The Federal Communications Commission accused Sprint of fraudulently obtaining tens of millions of dollars in subsidies from the government's Lifeline program.
"We're in the money, the sky is sunny, let's send it, lend it, spend it, rolling along," the CEO sang in an unguarded moment caught on film.
Will the powers of the federal government be invoked to settle a personal grudge?
Facebook has until January 31 to respond, and could be fined 1% of its turnover if found guilty of charges.
Distribution companies are looking to acquire content as viewers cut their cable cords and go mobile.
If approved, the merger would give the telecom company control of HBO, CNN, TBS, Warner Bros. and more.
The sports ecosystem wants fantasy companies to succeed, but they need to get back to being about sports instead of money.
Obama promised voters he would do more to keep giant corporations in check. Has he?
The world's top two beer brewers have agreed on a deal valued at more than $105 billion.
Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller control 30 percent of the global market share and 70 percent in the U.S.
Mergers will give giant health insurers more leverage over employees, consumers, state regulators and health care providers.
Norwegian boss, who started in February, set to "move along" when takeover deal closes around early 2016.
The merger is expected to close in the second half of this year.