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AT&T, Time Warner shares dip with worries about deal clearance

Wall Street signaled skepticism on Monday that AT&T Inc would secure the government approvals needed to carry out its planned $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc, with shares of both companies falling as analysts scrutinized the deal. | Video

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Must see TV: why gutting NAFTA unlikely to create U.S. jobs

CUIDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO Both U.S. presidential candidates routinely criticize free-trade deals they blame for the loss of American jobs.

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Netflix CEO gives conditional approval of AT&T-Time Warner deal

Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings said he was in favor of AT&T Inc's planned $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc, provided that his popular media streaming company continued to be treated fairly.

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Failure of EU free trade deal would leave Canada stranded

OTTAWA The looming failure of free trade talks with the European Union would derail Canada's push to reduce its dependence on the United States and potentially complicate negotiations with other nations, such as India and China.

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IBM apologises for Australian e-census bungle, setting off blame game

SYDNEY International Business Machines Corp said on Tuesday it plans to compensate the Australian government for a "malicious" cyber-attack that shut down a national census, but blamed two domestic internet providers for the security lapse.

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China's HNA Group buys $6.5 billion stake in Hilton, extends hotels push

China's aviation and shipping giant HNA Group extended its push into hotels and Chinese tourism on Monday, paying $6.5 billion to buy a 25 percent stake in Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc from biggest shareholder Blackstone Group LP .


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