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Aetna/CVS Review Advances at DOJ

A decision in the Aetna/CVS Health merger is likely to come in the next three to six weeks, according to a former assistant section chief in the healthcare and consumerfeatured

Pondering the Time Warner/AT&T Legal Drama

The U.S. Department of Justice filed an appeal on July 12 seeking to overturn thefeatured

NxStage/Fresenius Review Lingers at FTC

Fresenius and NxStage are several months into a timing agreement with the Federal Trade Commission as the agency continues its review of the companies’ pendingfeatured

FCC Unlikely to Rule on Tribune/Sinclair Imminently

As the pleading cycle for the Tribune/Sinclair merger comes to a close, it appears unlikely the Federal Communications Commission will act immediately tofeatured

DOJ Review of Rockwell Collins/United Technologies Seen Concluding Later in Third Quarter

Antitrust sources told CTFN that they expect the Department of Justice’s review of the Rockwell Collins/United Technologies merger to conclude later in the third quarter.featured

XL Group/AXA Department of Insurance Reviews Update

The Louisiana Department of Insurance has asked XL Group and AXA for additional information about their pending merger in anticipation of a public hearing, as the parties work tofeatured

DOJ Document Review of Aetna/CVS Deal Drawing to Close

The Department of Justice is well into its document review and is wrapping up the interview process with CVS Health’s $69 billion acquisition of Aetna, a personfeatured

New CFIUS Legislation Looks Likely while ZTE Ban Remains Contentious

On June 18, the U.S. Senate passed the $716 billion National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019. Included as an amendment in the act was legislation relating to the operations offeatured

Genworth and China Oceanwide Now Look to Delaware and NYDFS

China Oceanwide’s deal to acquire Richmond, Virginia-based Genworth Financial cleared a hurdle June 9 when the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States approved the transaction – after multiple filings – concluding that there are no unresolved national security concerns with respectfeatured

Reactions to Time Warner/AT&T Decision

U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon ruled on June 12 that AT&T can proceed with its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner with no concessions, rejecting the Department offeatured


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