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Review the AT&T Ends $39 Billion Bid for T-Mobile article. In 2011, AT&T attempted a merger with T-Mobile.

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Review the AT&T Ends $39 Billion Bid for T-Mobile article.

In 2011, AT&T attempted a merger with T-Mobile. The Justice Department sued under the act, claiming that the merger would constitute a violation of the antitrust laws. In 2012, AT&T dropped its attempt at the acquisition.

If AT&T had merged with T-Mobile, would the merger have violated antitrust laws? Why or why not? Do not be unduly influenced by the Justice Department’s stance on the issue. Use your own analysis to reach a conclusion.
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I think the merger between AT&T with T-Mobile would have violated the antitrust law. The main
objective of the antitrust law is to maintain the competition and stop such type of activities of...

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