Law360 (July 31, 2020, 5:17 PM EDT) -- T-Mobile finally wrapped up the divestiture of Sprint's prepaid assets, the Federal Trade Commission cut a deal clearing Elanco's $7.6 billion acquisition of Bayer AG's animal health division, and the Third Circuit vacated as moot the decision rejecting the Justice Department's challenge of Sabre's bid for Farelogix.
Here's a look at the major merger review developments from July.
T-Mobile said July 1 that it had made good on its promise to shed all of Sprint's prepaid mobile business in the wake of the telecom giants' $56 billion merger, revealing that it has officially closed the divestiture deal with Dish Network...
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