The Federal Trade Commission’s request to pause the deal was rejected, clearing the few remaining hurdles for it to go through

A US appeals court on Friday rejected the Federal Trade Commission’s request to pause Microsoft’s $69bn (£53bn) purchase of Call of Duty maker Activision Blizzard.

The appeals court decision removes one of the few remaining hurdles stopping Xbox maker Microsoft from closing the deal and expanding its gaming business.

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