Comcast Issues Statement Confirming Time Warner Cable Buy
Comcast this morning confirmed reports from last night
that the company would be buying (or trying to buy) Time Warner Cable in a deal estimated to be worth around $45 billion. In a statement
released this morning, Comcast promises the deal will create a "world-class company" and "meaningful operational efficiencies" resulting in a "superior experience for our customers." You'll of course get to be the judge of that, provided the deal even gets past regulators wary of vertical integration who may not be eager to see Comcast grow larger. Comcast states they expect the deal to close by the end of 2014.
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|reply to DCxpat |
Re: The blob...
the deal will be approved, no question - bribes work wonders in a government controlled by businesses.
|reply to battleop |
Re: This should be stopped!
Tell me why is that Comcast is ONLY avaliable where I live. No Verizon, No DSL. I can't get a dish either.
So tell me how this isn't a monopoly? I can't get another coax-based cable tv provider.. (actually I can't get ANYTHING excpt Comcast)
So wanna tell me why this isn't a monopoly again?