NYT: Multibillion-dollar mergers will drive up prices
July 22, 2014
The New York Times editorial board is pushing back on the proposed and reported multibillion mergers in the media and communications industries. In an editorial over the weekend, the board warned that the most recent spate of mergers will, if approved by regulators, force competitors to find ways to get bigger themselves, resulting in more consolidation.
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