Deals Rumor Mill: A New M&A King?

Law360, New York (April 2, 2013, 6:08 PM EDT) -- The Financial Times is reporting that Verizon Communcations Inc. and AT&T Inc. are weighing a joint bid for Vodafone PLC at a 40 percent premium — a staggering $245 billion price tag that would displace the merger of AOL and Time Warner as the largest merger ever. The deal would give Verizon full control of Verizon Wireless, which it has run as a joint venture with Vodafone since 2000, while AT&T would take the non-U.S. assets, according to the FT. It's been nearly a decade since...
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