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New York Times article New Yorkers have been clamoring for more broadband options, but AT&&.
T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner is already proving controversial in a state where the company has historically had a long history.
The company recently announced that it is buying Time Warner, a company that is nearly as long-established and beloved as AT&s.t.
The deal is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, and AT&s purchase of Time Wilson has long been considered one of the most controversial moves in the history of the merger.
In some ways, the acquisition of a company like Time Warner represents a win for New Yorkers.
The Times reports that the deal will give AT& t a “monopoly” on the cable TV industry.
It also allows the company to leverage Time Warner’s massive network of high-speed broadband networks and a powerful library of video programming, making the deal a win-win for consumers and businesses alike.
New York is in the middle of an intense consolidation push, as the region moves to more heavily regulate and regulate again, thanks to a sweeping, nationwide anti-trust law that President Trump signed in January.
The law was intended to create a national framework for the industry and its customers, but the rollout has been riddled with delays and a lack of transparency.
While New York City has been the epicenter of the push to deregulate, a large swath of the state is not part of that effort.
According to the Times, AT&t’s deal with Time Warner will bring millions of New Yorkers closer together in a time of uncertainty.