Federal Communications Commission
Ten States Sue to Block T-Mobile, Sprint Merger
If the states obtain an injunction before the deal is consummated, "that would bring things to a halt."
FCC Chair Signals Support for T-Mobile-Sprint Deal
The companies agreed to expand mobile access and to divest the prepaid business Boost.
Sinclair Expands Network With Tribune Buy
The $3.9 billion deal is the largest in the history of the TV station operator, which is known for conservative-leaning programming.
Verizon Fined $1.3M Over Use of ‘Supercookies’
The FCC says the largest U.S. cell provider failed to disclose it was injecting tracking code into web traffic to serve advertisers.
Charter Buys Time Warner and Bright House Networks
The $195-per-share offer is a 14% premium to Time Warner's closing price last Friday, and a 24% premium to Time Warner's undisturbed share price a week ago.
FCC Chair Takes Bold Step Toward ‘Net Neutrality’
“These enforceable, bright-line rules will ban paid prioritization, and the blocking and throttling of lawful content and services," says Tom Wheeler.
Dish Network Accused of End-Run Around SMB Rules
Despite a $32 billion market cap, Dish Network received small business-related discounts in the recent spectrum auction by the government, says a regulator.