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AT&T’s reorg, Barstool’s ‘moronic’ admission, and Sinemia outrage

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U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) annual meeting at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland

Trump tried to block the $85 billion AT&T-Time Warner merger to spite CNN, according to a scathing new profile of his cozy relationship with Fox ...

Gary Cohn, the former National Economic Council chief, refused to obey the president's order, according to an explosive story by The New Yorker.

David Levy is leaving as president of Turner. His exit has raised questions internally about who will fill the void he leaves in sports.

Levy's departure comes just after AT&T's $85 billion deal for Time Warner was upheld by a court, paving the way for AT&T to shake up the media landscape.
AT&T's "Game of Thrones"

AT&T ruling sets the stage for the company to transform into a media behemoth

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AT&T's president and CEO, Randall Stephenson.

An appeals court has upheld the AT&T-Time Warner merger

An appeals court has affirmed the AT&T-Time Warner merger.

Here are the US cities we know will have 5G networks lit up for Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 5G phone

T-Mobile users should probably avoid the new Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
"Friends"

An AT&T exec explained why ‘Friends’ will likely be pulled from Netflix after this year

The head of content for AT&T's upcoming streaming service signaled that "Friends" could soon leave Netflix.

Some iPhone users on AT&T will soon see a new ‘5G E’ symbol on their screens. Here’s what it means

Long story short, AT&T's '5G E' network is not true 5G. Here's why you might see that symbol pop up on your iPhone.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

AT&T’s pay-TV business got clobbered in the fourth quarter of 2018, losing more than 650,000 customers

BTIG analyst Walt Piecyk said the losses were the worst in the company's history.
Sen. Kamala Harris

AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile announce plans to stop selling your location data to outside companies amid growing pressure from federal lawmakers

AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile all have made statements regarding a recent report highlighting how wireless mobile carriers sell real-time location data.