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Venezuela's Supreme Court on Friday ordered pay television service DirecTV to restore services in the South American country, after owner AT&T Inc said earlier this week it was shutting access due to U.S. sanctions.Venezuela's Supreme Court on Friday ordered pay television service DirecTV to restore services in the South American country, after owner AT&T Inc said earlier this week it was shutting access due to U.S. sanctions.

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Venezuela's high court ordered the immediate seizure of all DirecTV property Friday, days after the U.S. company abandoned its services in the South American nation, citing U.S. sanctions. Venezuela's high court ordered the immediate seizure of all DirecTV property Friday, days after the U.S. company abandoned its services in the South American nation, citing U.S. sanctions.

AT&T is reportedly under pressure again to sell off its DirecTV business as the satellite TV industry continues to rapidly lose customers.AT&T is reportedly under pressure again to sell off its DirecTV business as the satellite TV industry continues to rapidly lose customers.

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Soldiers surrounded the Caracas headquarters of television provider DirecTV, owned by AT&T, on Friday after a ruling by Venezuela's highest court ordered the "immediate" seizure of the company's facilities and equipment. The Supreme Court ordered the National Telecommunications CommissionSoldiers surrounded the Caracas headquarters of television provider DirecTV, owned by AT&T, on Friday after a ruling by Venezuela's highest court ordered the "immediate" seizure of the company's facilities and equipment. The Supreme Court ordered the National Telecommunications Commission

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On Fox Business Thursday, Charlie Gasparino reported that bankers believe that AT&T "will have to offload its DirecTV satellite TV unit soon." This is because AT&T is under pressure from shareholders to cut its debt load, and to get the money-losing subsidiary "off its balance sheet."On Fox Business Thursday, Charlie Gasparino reported that bankers believe that AT&T "will have to offload its DirecTV satellite TV unit soon." This is because AT&T is under pressure from shareholders

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CARACAS - Soldiers surrounded the Caracas headquarters of television provider DirecTV, owned by AT&T, on Friday after a ruling by Venezuela's highest court ordered the "immediate" seizure of the company's facilities and equipment.CARACAS - Soldiers surrounded the Caracas headquarters of television provider DirecTV, owned by AT&T, on Friday after a ruling by Venezuela's highest court ordered the "immediate" seizure of the company's facilities and equipment.

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