FERC Deadline Approaching on Proposal that Could Aid FirstEnergy

A December 11 deadline is looming for federal energy regulators to decide whether to adopt a controversial plan proposed by the Department of Energy To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Interview with Time Warner/AT&T Merger Critic

Daphna Edwards Ziman, a Beverly Hills independent television network executive and an outspoken critic of the $85.4 billion Time Warner/AT&T merger, sees a difficult roadfeatured

State AG Arguments in Tribune/Sinclair Unlikely to Alter FCC Views

Despite opposition from attorneys general in four states to the merger of Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group and Illinois-based Tribune Media, it remains to be seen if critics of the transaction will be able to sway a Republican-majority at the Federal Communications Commission, long-time FCC observers told CTFN. The top law enforcement officials in Illinois, Maryland, … Read Morefeatured

Sempra Appears on Track for Texas PUC Approval of Oncor Acquisition in First Quarter

Sempra Energy’s $9.45 billion acquisition of Oncor Electric Delivery Company, the largest electric transmission and distribution system in Texas,featured

Westar/Great Plains Ask Kansas to Shorten Review Period

The revised $14 billion merger of Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy appears to be off to a rocky start in Kansas. Three key intervenors are asking the Kansas Corporation Commission tofeatured

Draft Order Being Circulated at FCC on Level 3/CenturyLink Merger

A draft order is being circulated among commissioners at the Federal Communications Commission in the $34 billion merger of Louisiana-Based CenturyLink, Inc. and Colorado-based Level 3 Communications, CTFN has learned. “It is circulating,” a source close to the commission told CTFN on Wednesday. “You can expect a decision shortly,” a second source close to the … Read Morepublic

FCC Expected to Rule on National Cap Soon

Rumors are circulating inside the Federal Communications Commission that Chair Ajit Pai might schedule a hearing for next month on revampingfeatured

Lawsuits Ongoing Against Health Net 18-Months After Acquisition by Centene

On January 8, 2016, California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced that he would be holding a public hearing in Sacramento to determine how Missouri-based Centene Corporation’s $6.8 billion acquisition of California-based Health Net would impactfeatured

Level 3/CenturyLink Deal Expected to Get FCC Approval Very Soon

The U.S. Justice Department’s decision this week ordering Level 3 Communications to divest its telecommunications networks in three American citiesfeatured

Hawaii PUC Denies Intervenor Status to Charter Communications and Union

The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission has turned down requests by companies affiliated with Charter Communications, Inc.,featured


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