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  1. Charter CEO Tom Rutledge Promises More Jobs, Fewer Home Visits

    11:13 am 6/17/2015

    Charter has hired a net 7,000 people in the past three years, and will need an additional 20,000 following the merger of TWC and acquisition of Bright House, Rutledge said.Read more

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  2. Do Dish and T-Mobile Need Each Other?

    3:25 pm 6/4/2015

    In what would directly impact Hollywood, this sort of consolidation means more bargaining power when licensing content.Read more

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  3. Michael Wolff on Charter's Future as John Malone Makes Last Grasp at Netflix

    7:00 am 6/3/2015

    Charter's merger with Time Warner Cable could give the legendary mogul a final chance to take on the company whose domination of the streaming market he helped create.Read more

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  4. John Malone Back in the Spotlight With Charter's Time Warner Cable Deal

    11:08 am 5/26/2015

    "Malone returns to his long-ago position atop the U.S. cable industry," says one analyst.Read more

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  5. FCC, Wall Street Weigh In on Regulatory Review of Charter-Time Warner Cable Deal

    5:00 am 5/26/2015

    Chairman Tom Wheeler says "an absence of harm is not sufficient" as analysts discuss the Washington outlook for the latest cable deal.Read more

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  6. Charter CEO "Confident" Regulators Will Approve Planned Deals, Touts Consumer Benefits

    4:46 am 5/26/2015

    Tom Rutledge spoke to analysts on a conference call following the company's deal to acquire Time Warner Cable.Read more

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  7. It's Official: Charter to Acquire Time Warner Cable in Deal Valued at $78.7 Billion

    1:17 am 5/26/2015

    Charter, in which John Malone's Liberty Media owns a big stake, reached a deal just weeks after Comcast abandoned its plans to buy the second-largest U.S. cable operator.Read more

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  8. Charter Nearing $55 Billion Deal to Acquire Time Warner Cable (Report)

    9:11 am 5/25/2015

    The company, in which John Malone's Liberty Media owns a big stake, would pay $195 per share, with $100 of that coming in cash.Read more

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  9. Cable M&A: What's Next After Suddenlink's Sale to Europe's Altice?

    2:55 am 5/25/2015

    With Time Warner Cable the possible next target, one analyst says the Altice entry into the U.S. "creates even more uncertainty in an industry where virtually every element of the story is now in flux."Read more

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  10. Cablevision CEO Suggests Consolidation in New York Market

    9:39 am 5/6/2015

    James Dolan talks about deals with Time Warner Cable and others in his home market, while Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries criticizes the FCC’s “terrible regulation.” Read more

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