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The scope of the Standstill Obligation in the EU Merger Control...

February 2019 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) & Juan Delgado (Global Economics Group) presents: The scope of the Standstill Obligation in the EU Merger Control...

US: Dolan family is suing Altice following merger layoffs

The Dolan family—the family of Cablevision’s founder—is taking Altice to court over what it alleges is a violation of their merger agreement. Cablevision’s founder and...

US: Altice and Dish want intervention on T-Mobile-Sprint deal

US cable TV provider Altice USA called for regulators to intervene in the proposed merger between T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp, in a...

EU: Commission fines Altice US$153m for closing PT Portugal deal early

The European Commission said on Tuesday, April 24, it had fined French telecoms group Altice €125 million (US$153 million) for closing its 2015 takeover of...

EU: EC to fine Altice for gun jumping

According to a report by Reuters, the EU's antitrust regulator is s set to hit French telecoms and cable group Altice with a hefty...

US: Sprint, Altice set wireless partnership, after failed T-Mobile deal

Sprint and cable giant Altice USA have set a deal that will allow Altice to provide wireless phone and data services to customers nationwide. The...

Portugal: Regulator rejects Altice’s bid for media company

Portugal’s telecom regulator has blocked an attempt by international operator Altice to buy control of local company Media Capital, saying it could create “significant...

EU: Altice accused of breaking rules in Portugal telecoms merger

The European Union's antitrust regulator on Thursday formally accused Dutch telecommunications company Altice NV of implementing its merger announced in 2014 with PT Portugal...

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