WarnerMedia Plans More Layoffs as Virus Bites
“Like the rest of the entertainment industry, we have not been immune to the significant impact of the pandemic."
AT&T Misses Q1 Estimates Amid Pay TV Woes
“AT&T’s Q1 TV subscriber numbers indicate how quickly the pay TV market is imploding."
AT&T Fined $60 Million in Data ‘Throttling’ Case
An FTC commissioner says AT&T's unlimited data plan for smartphone customers was a "bait-and-switch scam."
AT&T’s Three-Year Strategic Plan Appeases Activist Investor
Amid pressure from Elliott Management, the telecom and media giant announced a plan to cut costs and pay down debt.
Elliott Management Discloses $3B Stake in AT&T
The activist investor believes AT&T is deeply undervalued, citing its "irreplaceable assets, enormous earnings power and an ability to win in key markets."
The Key to M&A Success: Brutal Honesty
When M&A deals are booming, it's important for CFOs to remember that volume fuels mistakes as well as success.
U.S. Appeals Loss in AT&T-Time Warner Trial
The appeal, if successful, would unravel AT&T's takeover of Time Warner but legal experts see it as a long shot.
AT&T to Buy Adtech Firm AppNexus
The acquisiton is seen as part of a push to compete with Google and Facebook in online advertising.
Brookfield to Buy AT&T Data Centers
AT&T said it will use revenue from the data-center sale to pay down its substantial debt load.
Time Warner CFO Leaving in Post-Merger Reorg
Howard Averill's departure after four years as CFO is part of AT&T's effort to put its own management structure on its new acquisition.