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The Oculus Rift, at a mere two years old, has taken the gaming press by storm. The Rift is a motion-tracking, head-tracking 3D screen that you wear on your head for complete immersion. After the thoroughly terrible VR days of the 90s, maybe nobody expected VR to be a real thing [...]

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Last month Comcast, the nation’s largest cable and broadband internet provider, announced that it had made a bid to purchase Time Warner Cable (TWC), the nation’s second largest cable provider for an eye-popping $45 billion.  If the deal goes through, Comcast would account for 38% of the broadband market and [...]

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Contrary to what many pessimistic job seekers are saying, there is still work out there for M&A lawyers.

Last Thursday, Comcast and General Electric announced a joint venture where Comcast will own 51% of NBC Universal (NBCU). According to Am Law Daily, this deal has been in the works for about [...]

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Less Than a Year After Merger, Sirius XM to Go Bankrupt?

On February 16, 2009 By JETLaw

Almost eleven months after the Department of Justice approved the merger between Sirius and XM, two companies that offered competing subscription services to satellite radio, the newly formed company, Sirius XM, faces the prospect of bankruptcy as early as tomorrow after $175 million in debt matured on Sunday. Even [...]

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