"says here on your chart"
Well they still have to get approval first before it's final, and the anti trust issues will be the hardest to overcome.Nelson said:I was expecting it, but it's still bullsh*t. What happened to antitrust laws in this country? Now us, the subscribers will suffer since there's no competition and reason to better themselves or charge low prices. I love capitalism, but stuff like this makes me want to change my mind.
I'll bet your stock is higher already just on the news of a merger.G-ealousy said:Man, I have about 240 shares of Sirius. Hope this is GOOD news for me, for a change. LOL! Thanks brotha, for postin', hadn't heard this yet...
PS: Agreed Nelson, hope the content doesn't blow donkey now...
they are still competitors, the same way dish network and direct tv are. i remember they were going to merge but got shot down because of the anti trust laws. well see how it all plays out, either way, i hate the commercials on XM and hope they don't trickle over to Sirius, the only true, commercial free musicAzG20P11 said:xm, and sirius arent considered competitors in most dynamics, therfor anti-trust, or competition laws wont apply. satelite radio is viewed as a form of broadcast media, with its competitors being fm/am radio, and other forms of media.