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Zaslav has signed a new deal through 2027, Axios reported. He will move his top Discovery executives to the new joint venture with AT&T, sources said.
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A deal could see AT&T split off content assets like CNN and HBO and combine them with Discovery.
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Scientists stumbled upon life under 3,000 feet of ice in Antarctica. They found two types of unidentified animals, where they had thought nothing could live. Their next step is finding a way to get close enough to identify the creatures. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Scientists […]
Animal life was found in the icy waters beneath the Filchner-Ronne ice sheet, which experts had thought was too extreme to support life.