Time Warner Cable, Inc.

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Closing price May 26, 2016
Cable provider Charter Communications made it official Monday morning: the nation’s fourth-largest cable company will acquire Time Warner Cable.
In the first quarter of 2015, U.S. cable companies added more than a million net broadband subscribers, according to Leichtman Research Group.
With AOL being acquired by Verizon, the big question has to be what this means for the likes of Yahoo!
Tuesday morning’s announcement that Verizon Communications will acquire AOL may have been a surprise, but probably not a big surprise.
Source: courtesy of ComcastMerger investors and media investors alike have had a lot to fear and to bet on around the pending acquisition of Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC) by Comcast Corp....
Charter Communications, the nation’s fourth-largest cable operator, has announced that it agreed to acquire Bright House Networks, the sixth-largest U.S. cable operator.
In an effort to get a more favorable assessment of its merger with Time Warner Cable, Comcast has said it would divest about 3 million video subscribers.
When it comes to the products and services consumers love to hate, pay TV, Internet service providers and airlines have little serious competition.
The 13 largest pay-TV providers in the United States lost a total of about 150,000 subscribers in the third quarter of 2014.
The White House has released the start of President Obama's plan for what is being called a free and open Internet.
HBO CEO Richard Plepler says that HBO will begin selling a digital version of its programming next year that will not require a pay-TV subscription.
In a recent customer satisfaction survey, Comcast and Time Warner Cable finished at or near the bottom in every category in every region of the country.
The staff of New York’s Public Service Commission recommends that the regulatory body approve Comcast’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable only if Comcast makes some concessions.
Netflix submitted a document of more than 250 pages urging the FCC to reject the proposed merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
The FCC has sent Comcast and Time Warner Cable requests for more information related to their proposed $45 billion merger.