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Elliott takes $3.2 Billion stake in AT&T, calls for asset sales

By Bloomberg
10 September 2019   |   11:21 am
Elliott Management Corp. disclosed a new $3.2 billion stake in AT&T Inc. and has a plan to boost its share price by more than 50% via assets sales and cost-cutting. Bloomberg Intelligence's John Butler has the details on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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