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What Does the AT&T Lawsuit Mean for Fox?
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Time Warner Execs Have $216 Million at Stake in AT&T Case
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Trump's Dubious Trust-Busting
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Here are today's Editors' Picks, for Wednesday, Nov. 22: ConocoPhillips Vs. Occidental Petroleum (Sarfaraz A. Khan) U.S. V. AT&T Inc., Time Warner Inc. (David C. Kim) Hormel Foods Corporation: High Quality, Steady Growth (Charles Fournier) MyoKardia: Buy The Dip (Jonathan Faison) Wall...
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Surprise, An AT&T-Time Warner Merger Would Actually Boost Competition
ForbesBret Swanson, Contributor
In its lawsuit to block the merger of AT&T and Time Warner Inc., the Department of Justice must believe that even a loss is a win. In other words, the populist political optics of fighting big corporations is worth an embarrassing loss...
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AOL Inc, CBS Corp
What Does the AT&T Lawsuit Mean for Fox?
The Wall Street JournalJoe Flint
In the past year, every single one of the biggest media companies in the U.S. has either agreed to a transformational merger or considered one. Now the industry is trying to figure out what the Justice Department’s lawsuit to block AT&T Inc.’s...
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Advertising Industry, AOL Inc
SearchCap: Google printed materials, SEO migrations & development servers
Search Engine LandBarry Schwartz
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web. From : A site migration SEO checklist: Don’t lose traffic Nov 22, 2017 by Pratik Dholakiya Planning a site migration? Columnist Pratik Dholakiya’s helpful guide...
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A site migration SEO checklist: Don’t lose traffic
Search Engine LandPratik Dholakiya
Few things can destroy a brand’s performance in the search results faster than a poorly implemented site migration. Changing your domain name or implementing HTTPS can be a great business move, but if you fail to consider how search engines will react...
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AOL Inc, Finance
In Vienna, Va., a neighborhood spurs some determined Google searches
Washington PostLester Davis
1 of 14 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × EmbedCopyShare Where We Live | Shouse Village in Vienna, Va. View Photos Easter, Valentine’s Day and Halloween parties help newcomers here quickly become acquainted with their neighbors. Caption Easter, Valentine’s Day and...
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How to keep your staging or development site out of the index
Search Engine LandPatrick Stox
One of the most common technical SEO issues I come across is the inadvertent indexing of development servers, staging sites, production servers, or whatever other name you use. There are a number of reasons this happens, ranging from people thinking no one...
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AOL Inc, Corporate Governance
Time Warner Execs Have $216 Million at Stake in AT&T Case
Advertising Age
Time Warner Inc.'s top five executives were due for a combined payout of as much as $216 million in their sale of the company to AT&T. U.S. government efforts to block the deal put that lucrative reward in limbo. The executives, including...
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Google’s top search results promote offensive content, again
The VergeTom Warren
Google’s search algorithms have been haphazard for a long time, but over the past year we’ve seen a number of incidents where top results are spreading wildly inaccurate and offensive material. The latest has Google highlighting an offensive meme from the sjwhate...
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AOL Inc, Jeff Bewkes
Trump's Dubious Trust-Busting
The Wall Street JournalThe Editorial Board
Does President Trump’s right hand know what his left is doing? Despite the Administration’s laudable regulatory rollback, the Justice Department on Monday intervened in the fast-evolving media and broadband markets with an antitrust lawsuit to block AT&T ’s acquisition of Time Warner...
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