Now I Get It: What the AT&T/Time Warner antitrust trial means for consumers

The long-awaited antitrust trial over the AT&T and Time Warner merger got underway on Monday, but opening arguments originally scheduled for Wednesday were pushed back a day, due to the nor'easter. The $85 billion bid was announced in 2016, but the Department of Justice filed a lawsuit over the merger a year later, citing antitrust laws. What are both sides arguing, and what does it mean for consumers?

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