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The FCC reportedly is about to give the green light to the proposed merger between Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable.
The top 17 cable and telephone providers, representing some 94% of the U.S. market, added a net new 3.1 million subscribers in 2015.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday, March 3, include Alcoa, Boeing, Freeport-McMoRan, Intel, SunEdison and Walt Disney.
At 24/7 Wall St., we like to show our readers the most widely held stocks by the hedge fund universe, as it gives a basic overview as to what the managers are thinking structurally.
The top 50 hedge funds sold $4.6 billion in stock during the fourth quarter, according to FactSet.
The FCC has proposed rules to separate the proprietary set-top cable or satellite box from the information that the box provides to customers.
The first sentence of a proposal released Wednesday by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler surely sent shivers up and down the spines of cable and satellite operators.
An FCC report indicates that from September 2013 to September 2014, the maximum advertised broadband download speed rose from about 37 megabits per second (Mbps) to 72 Mbps.
The top 17 cable and telephone providers, representing some 94% of the U.S. market, added a net new 644,291 subscribers in the third quarter of 2015. The cable companies, led by Comcast Corp....
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Aegerion Pharmaceuticals,, EMC, McDonald's, MetLife, Microsoft, SanDisk and Tyco International.
The path to consumers’ hearts for telecom companies is paved with higher performance and better reliability.
The FCC on Friday started the clock running on the comment cycle on the proposed merger of Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications.
Everyone has seen the results of second-quarter earnings reports from pay-TV operators. Subscriptions are down and the drop is going to get worse. Or, maybe not.
Charter Communications reported second-quarter 2015 results before markets opened Tuesday morning.
A deal is in the works between Dish Network and T-Mobile that would create what would be the third-largest pay-TV/telecommunications company in the United States.