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  1. FCC Chair: End of Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal "Is in the Best Interests of Consumers"

    5:57 am 4/24/2015

    The deal would have "posed an unacceptable risk to competition and innovation," he says.Read more

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  2. It's Official: Comcast Drops Time Warner Cable Deal

    3:22 am 4/24/2015

    "Today we move on," says chairman and CEO Brian Roberts. "We structured this deal so that if the government didn’t agree, we could walk away."Read more

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  3. If Comcast Jettisons Time Warner Cable Offer, the Future Is "Clear as Mud"

    3:58 pm 4/23/2015

    The obvious question that analysts are trying to answer: What now?Read more

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  4. Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Hits Setback After FCC Staff Recommend Hearing (Report)

    7:13 pm 4/22/2015

    The Wall Street Journal reports that staff concluded that a "hearing designation order" overseen by an administrative law judge was the best option, suggesting the FCC doesn't feel the deal is in the public interest. Read more

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  5. Moody's: Online Video Services to Have "Evolutionary" Pay TV Effect

    7:01 am 4/2/2015

    New service launches have come "fast and furious, but ... cable remains strongly positioned for at least the next few years on the strength of the broadband business," the firm says.Read more

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  6. Comcast to Invest $4 Billion in New Company Led by CFO

    5:23 am 3/31/2015

    The cable giant will look for a successor for Michael Angelakis.Read more

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  7. Apple's Rift With Comcast Complicates Potential NBCU Deal

    3:36 pm 3/27/2015

    Analysts say that since ABC, CBS and Fox are likely to be on board, NBCU could be required to play nice with Apple.Read more

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  8. Comcast CEO Optimistic on Time Warner Cable Deal Review

    7:16 am 2/24/2015

    Brian Roberts also discusses proposed open Internet regulation, calling Title II regulation "antiquated."Read more

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  9. NBCUniversal CEO: Studio "Is on a Roll," Cable Networks Growth More Challenging

    5:00 am 2/24/2015

    Steve Burke also tells Wall Street that 70 percent of 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' views occur online, meaning they are not monetized yet. Read more

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  10. NBCUniversal Posts Higher Quarterly, Full-Year Profits

    12:55 am 2/24/2015

    The film unit has its most profitable year ever as corporate parent Comcast reports financials that fall below Wall Street expectations and boosts its dividend and stock buyback plans.Read more

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