The Justice Department’s renewed effort to thwart AT&T’s merger with Time Warner rests on claims that a federal judge misunderstood “fundamental principles of economics,” according to court documents.
The Justice Department filed an appeal challenging its loss in the AT&T-Time Warner antitrust trial.
In America’s tech capital, tens of thousands go without home Internet. Here’s how San Francisco wants to fix it.
Despite being awash in tech start-ups and the latest innovations, San Francisco has a surprising lack of connectivity.
Having your voice heard at the Federal Communications Commission could soon cost you hundreds of dollars, according to congressional Democrats who oppose a looming rule change.
AT&T’s wireless customers are expected to pay almost $1 billion in new fees every year to the company after it increased a monthly “administrative fee” this spring in a move that went largely unnoticed, according to an industry analyst.
A judge is about to decide whether to block AT&T’s merger with Time Warner. Here’s what you need to know.
The AT&T/Time Warner case could be decided any number of ways. Judge Richard Leon could rule in the government's favor, forcing AT&T to abandon the deal or to sell off key assets such as Turner or DirecTV to move forward.
With the network neutrality rules coming off the books, how is your Internet experience likely to change? Here's what you need to know:
[Analysis] The ruling that President Trump violated the constitutional rights of Americans when he blocked some of his Twitter followers after they criticized him politically raises many more questions about the extent of those First Amendment obl
President Donald Trump's decision to block his Twitter followers for their political views is a violation of the First Amendment, a federal judge ruled May 23, saying that President Trump's effort to silence his critics is not permissible under th
Cohen’s $600,000 deal with AT&T specified he would advise on Time Warner merger, internal company records show
Three days after President Donald Trump was sworn into office, AT&T turned to his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, for help on a wide portfolio of issues pending before the federal government — including the company’s proposed merger with Tim