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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

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

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

Leon Warns DOJ Against Possible Stay in Time Warner/AT&T

Judge Richard Leon handed AT&T a major victory in its quest to secure its acquisition of Time Warner by denying the government’s request to block AT&T’s merger withfeatured

DOJ Rejected Attempt at Political Influence on Potential Time Warner/AT&T Remedy

Department of Justice antitrust chief Makan Delrahim said this morning that antitrust regulators rejected a politically motivated attempt to influence a possible remedyfeatured

Advocacy Groups Vow to Fight FCC Waiver if Granted in Tribune/Sinclair Deal

A former senior attorney at the Federal Communications Commission told CTFN that in the event the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit overturns the FCC’s reinstatement of thefeatured

Up-Front Buyers Likely Among DOJ Demands in Rockwell Collins/United Technologies Deal

Rockwell Collins and United Technologies continue to negotiate details of a consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice more than a month after the European Commissionfeatured

DOJ Eyes AT&T Ruling, Court Guidance on Vertical Mergers

U.S. Department of Justice antitrust division chief Makan Delrahim said June 1 he hopes the impending court decision in the Time Warner/AT&T trial, the first vertical mergerfeatured

DOJ Says Still Open to Time Warner/AT&T Settlement

The Department of Justice said Wednesday it is still open to negotiating a settlement of the Time Warner/AT&T case, even at this late date, with the judge about to begin deliberations.featured

Sinclair Ups Divestitures for Tribune Acquisition

Sinclair Broadcast Group’s revised plan to sell 23 television stations in 18 markets could speed up regulatory approval for its controversial merger with Tribune Mediafeatured

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