After a 17-month antitrust saga since announcing merger plans, the United States' only two satellite radio companies become one. The new name: Sirius XM Radio.
This blog incorrectly reported that Sirius portable satellite receivers were incapable of receiving live broadcast signals.
The marriage of satellite radio providers Sirius and XM finally receives the FCC's blessing, promising a whole new ballgame for subscribers.
Dixons and Carphone Warehouse have confirmed they're considering merging the two companies, creating a huge retail empire.
Wasn't the Sirius XM merger supposed to lower costs and benefit subscribers? It doesn't seem to be working out that way.
Comcast has risked almost nothing in its $45.2 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable, according to a filing with the SEC.
The satellite radio company boosts second-quarter revenues by 25 percent and reduces its net loss before closing its final quarter as a standalone company.
How can one of the biggest mergers in the cable market ever be a good thing for consumers? CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains.
Hard-core sports fans will pay $12.95 per month for radio. Hard-core music fans won't.
Don Reisinger thinks the FCC has treated XM and Sirius terribly over the past year. Is he right?