Here are highlights of Sunday's top breaking stories from around the world: The $85.4 billion AT&T-Time Warner media megadeal announced Saturday night was just the beginning of a wave of multi-billion-dollar acquisitions.
Two months ago, AT&T Inc. T -3.00 % Chief Executive Randall Stephenson stopped by Time Warner Inc. TWX 7.82 % Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes's offices in New York for a lunch of salmon, while musing about the increasing convergence of the media and ...
Oil halted its advance near $50 a barrel as Iraq threatened to derail OPEC's plan to stabilize crude markets by saying it should be exempt from planned output cuts.
Dick's Sporting Goods purchased Golfsmith at a bankruptcy auction for about $70 million, according to media reports. CORAPOLIS, Pa.
The US Federal Reserve delayed raising interest rates again last month. Meanwhile, the American economy is underperforming: gross domestic product is sluggish, productivity growth is down and, though wages are ticking up, incomes have hardly budged.