Charlie Breaks It

AT&T-Time Warner: DOJ plans to call media rivals to testify against $85B deal

The Justice Department is turning to some of the nation's biggest media and telecom companies to aid in its effort to block AT&T's proposed takeover of Time Warner, asking lawyers and officials from these outfits whether the companies' executives would consider becoming government witnesses when the case goes to trial, the FOX Business Network has learned.

Cohn vs. Bannon: Feud Escalating Over Trump's Tax & Economic Policy

A bitter policy fight between two of President Trump’s top aides that began with disagreements over trade policy has now expanded into other areas of the White House’s economic agenda, setting the stage for the first major showdown between senior officials of the nascent administration, the FOX Business Network has learned.

GOP Ganging Up to Trounce Trump?

Billionaire real estate mogul and presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to dominate the GOP field both in hurling insults at his fellow Republicans and in the polls, but now it appears his rivals have decided that if they’re going down, they’re going down swinging.

Billionaire Steve Cohen Hiring and Plots Hedge Fund Return

Hedge fund impresario Steven A. Cohen has signaled that he’s looking to expand his trading activities in Asia, the latest indication that the former head of SAC Capital thinks he can return to managing money for outside investors after a series of regulatory issues barred him from the securities business for the past two years, the FOX Business Network has learned.

Bankers: First Data IPO Rapidly Approaching

Wall Street’s top firms believe the initial public offering of First Data Corp., a little known payment processing company, could be among the most lucrative deals in the coming months, generating as much as $40 million in fees, the FOX Business Network has learned.