AT&T-Time Warner merger ruling expected this week
AT&T’s office signage and logo outside its New York City office. Photo: Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images
Why it matters: This is one of the most prominent antitrust cases in decades — and it could usher in a slew of mergers and acquisitions if approved. If Leon blocks the plan, other huge pending deals — like Sprint's proposed merger with T-Mobile and the Disney-Fox deal — could be in jeopardy or face radical restructuring.