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And you can find previous newsletters below:

Aug. 27, 2019: Bernie Sanders takes on media M&A; John Donovan plans AT&T exit

Aug. 26, 2019: President Trump tests trade fears; White House tests the press

Aug. 23, 2019: Facebook's Cambridge Analytica document; Rupert Murdoch's 'Knewz' play

Aug. 22, 2019: What CEOs really want; why Trump loves Tim Cook

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Aug. 21, 2019: Mark Zuckerberg clears all; Neil Young hates on Spotify

Aug. 20, 2019: Tim Cook's real Apple TV+ spend; Mark Zuckerberg's vision for News Tab

Aug. 19, 2019: Big Tech goes to Big Sur; Bob Iger pokes the Fox

Aug. 16, 2019: Shari Redstone moves forward; Jeff Bewkes doubts AT&T play

Aug. 15, 2019: The Jeffrey Epstein plot thickens; Joe Tsai buys out the Nets

Aug. 14, 2019: Shari Redstone's next move; Jay-Z's NFL deal

Aug. 13, 2019: Jeffrey Epstein spills dirt; Jeff Zucker backs Chris Cuomo

Aug. 12, 2019: Shari Redstone nears V-Day; Mark Zuckerberg adapts

Aug. 2, 2019: Summer Reading

Aug. 1, 2019: Joe Biden is a sitting duck; Patrick Soon-Shiong fails L.A.

July 31, 2019: Shari Redstone eyes more M&A; Jeffrey Katzenberg cashes his chits

July 30, 2019: Richard Fairbank gets hacked, Reed Hastings splurges on film

July 29, 2019: Tim Höttges wins T-Mobile-Sprint deal; Charlie Ergen goes all in