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Learn more about Corporate Mega Mergers
In October 2016 AT&T announced that it intended to buy Time Warner Cable for $84.5 billion. The merger would create one of the biggest media companies in the history of the U.S. The announcement sparked criticism from Congressional Democrats and Republicans who argued that huge corporate mergers create monopolies which prevent competition. Since President Obama took office his administration has prevented several mega-mergers from taking place including Sprint and T-Mobile, AT&T and T-Mobile and Allergan and Pfizer. In 2015 $3.8 trillion dollar’s worth of mergers and acquisitions occurred which made it the largest year for corporate consolidation in the history of the U.S. Proponents of mergers argue that the government should not interfere with corporations and the free market should be allowed to run its own course. See recent Corporate Mega Mergers news
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The government should not stop corporations from merging, but if it is found that they are price gouging or taking advantage of people, they should be penalized heavily. 2 years ago from a Constitution in Palmer Heights, PA
This is a trick question; we already have sufficient anti-trust laws in place to prevent monopolies; the media blitz is not altruisticaly revealing that the current attempt at a merger is simply being put through the paces of those very same anti-trust... 2 years ago from a Constitution in Plano, TX
Mega mergers are not good for the consumer and usually not good for the employees but I don't think the government should have too much control. 2 years ago from a Constitution in Tryon, NC
If the merger includes foreign industry, the corporation should be taxed to equal the amount it would cost to produce the product in the US. No minimum wage should be in place either as it is not meant to sustain a family but to train a new hire during... 2 years ago from a Constitution in Seattle, WA
No, but measures should put in place to prevent monopolizing. 2 years ago from a Constitution in Wichita, KS
The government is the result of the mega merger. Fascism is when the government and business crawl in bed together. We, our parents and most of our grandparents have only experienced Fascism. 2 years ago from a Constitution in Strawberry, AZ