No one wants AT&T and Time Warner to merge.

Even Time Warner's CEO once cautioned us against these arrangements. The $85 billion media merger — the greatest since Time Warner's past and fizzled marriage, with AOL in 2000 — has cocked eyebrows over the political range and in the business. AT&T could indicate the marriage of Comcast and NBCUniversal to contend, "Why not us?" Regulators and customers could indicate the same and contend, "Never again."

You had a lot of people saying you should’ve combined a donkey with a rabbit and gotten a flying unicorn.

Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes, sometime in the distant past, about the AOL bargain he restricted and his suspicion of corporate realm building.

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Musk Wants to Put a Million People on Mars

Elon Musk needs to put one million on Mars inside a century. That was only one of the nervy declarations from the Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) and SpaceX CEO made in a September 27 discourse in Guadalajara, Mexico. Musk likewise disclosed what he calls his train to Mars the Interplanetary Transport System, National Geographic reported. The framework will be dispatched into space on a rocket that will be 3.5 times more intense than NASA's Saturn V, the art that took men to the men.

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Uber Experimenting with Self-Driving Trucks

Uber needs to get into the trucking business with self-driving semi-tractors. The organized transportation arrangement supplier paid $680 million a self-sufficient truck startup called Otto. Otto; which has 91 individuals and 15 semi-tractors, intends to build up a self-sufficient cargo hauler. Its originators are Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) veterans who need to make semi-tractor trailer rigs drive themselves. The huge apparatuses will serve as the premise of a logistics stage and part of a coordinated transportation framework.

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