Competition watchdog to reopen talks with Microsoft on Activision merger

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Microsoft Activision Blizzard deal given go ahead in US
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Microsoft Activision Blizzard deal given go ahead in US

The decision comes after Microsoft agrees to halt legal appeal against the original ruling and restructure the deal

The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) is ready to reopen talks with Microsoft on its proposed merger with Activision Blizzard, in an apparent softening of its position on the $69 billion dea...

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