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Sinclair, which also needs approval from the Department of Justice’s antitrust division, has said the deal is on track to close by early next year.
Even as Stephenson praised the president, the administration’s Justice Department is busy preparing its antitrust case against AT&T’s $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner.
Another is Cablevision's 2013 antitrust lawsuit against Viacom, which is being seized upon by Fox because during that case, Time Warner itself fought to shield agreements from outside eyes.
Xceligent had denied those charges, said CoStar was picking a fight to keep its monopolistic hold on the business and responded with an antitrust lawsuit against CoStar.
The Justice Department’s antitrust division is suing to block AT&T’s proposed $85-billion takeover of Time Warner, which includes HBO, CNN, TBS, Cartoon Network and the Warner Bros. film and TV studio.
In fact, Stern filed his own antitrust lawsuit against the NBA in August 1976, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
That goal hinged in part on an antitrust lawsuit alleging the NFL was an unlawful monopoly.
The authority to change those guidelines rests with the head of the DOJ’s antitrust division.
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