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Third Parties Voice Concerns with CADE over Fox/Disney Merger

AT&T-owned Sky Brasil and WarnerMedia, Brazilian pay-TV programming company Simba Content, and Brazilian association of small and medium pay-TV distributors NeoTV have all soughtfeatured

Three Essentials from CTFN this Week

Disney is in long, complex pre-notification discussions with the European Commission about its acquisition of Twenty-First Century Fox, sources told CTFN. More here … A person close to a consortium of industrial gas consumers told CTFN that it makes sense for Linde and Praxair to sell additional Linde assets in order to move the Linde/Praxair … Read Morefeatured

Fox/Disney Pre-Filing Discussions with EC Continue

With additional reporting by Valeria Camerino – Disney is in long, complex pre-notification discussions with the European Commission about its acquisition of Twenty-First Century Fox, sources told CTFN. A source close to the deal confirmed thatfeatured

Next Steps in Appeal of Sky Minimum Bid

The independent directors of Sky will appeal to the UK’s Takeover Panel seeking that the panel’s hearings committee be convened to review the panel’s decision that Disney should offerfeatured

Fox Waiting for DCMS Sign Off to Raise Bid for Sky

Twenty-First Century Fox has been waiting for the UK’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to give its final approval before increasing its offer for Sky, a personfeatured

Four Essentials from CTFN This Week

Closing arguments in the Time Warner/AT&T case are scheduled for April 30. The prior week’s testimony featured the redirect of the government’s key witness, economist Carl Shapiro. See a summary and additional commentary here and here. The European Commission is currently preparing a statement of objections (SO) on the merger between industrial gas giants Linde … Read Morefeatured

Bidding War for Sky Ready to Kick Off, Sources Say

Sources close to the Sky takeover expect a bidding war between Fox/Disney and Comcast, after Comcast confirmed its pre-conditional cash offer of 1,250 pence per share for Sky.featured

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