AT&T accused of creating fake DirecTV Now accounts to improve numbers ahead of $85 billion Time Warner deal (T)
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AT&T allegedly pressured employees to start fake DirecTV Now accounts to improve subscriber numbers ahead of its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, according to a lawsuit accusing the company of deceiving shareholders. 

The lawsuit claims AT&T pushed employees to secretly add the streaming product to existing customer accounts without their knowledge. 

It also claims AT&T told shareholders that DirecTV Now was growing while subscribers were leaving the...

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