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"… rs. In 2014, when Comcast Corp. announced it wanted to pay $45 billion for Time Warner Cable, which Time Warner spun off in 2008, Comcast Executive Vice President Davi …"

"… (Ironically, Bewkes told analysts in 2008 when Time Warner rid itself of Time Warner Cable, that its cable businesses, with its high-speed internet, “don’t fit a …"

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"… ble company Charter Communications Inc.’s proposed $57 billion buyout of Time Warner Cable Inc. made big news last week. But the deal hasn’t sparked anywhere near …"

"… id. Why? In a nutshell, regulators were concerned that a combined Comcast-Time Warner Cable would have had much greater control over the broadband market than a Chart …"

"… all Internet connections nationwide compared to 30 percent with a Charter-Time Warner Cable combination. Regulators feared that Comcast, the nation’s largest cable …"

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"… ders, and 30 percent have only one choice. …"

"… nited States, announced today that it was dropping its $45 billion bid for Time Warner Cable, the second-largest cable and Internet provider. The Justice Department, w …"

"… idated industry. Charter Communications Inc., which was close to acquiring Time Warner Cable before Comcast stepped in with a better deal, has said it would …"

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"… l that activity poses a threat to the state’s largest internet provider, Time Warner Cable. The more people who use a municipally-sponsored broadband service, the fe …"

"… equest for details about the recent event. Instead, Scott Pryzwansky, Time Warner Cable’s director of public relations for the eastern U.S., responded by email, …"

"… lism organization, reported: “For more than a decade, AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner Cable Inc., and CenturyLink Inc. have spent millions of dollars to lobby state l …"

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"… f municipal broadband networks. For more than a decade, AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner Cable Inc., and CenturyLink Inc. have spent millions of dollars to lobby state l …"

"… o the network. Mansfield’s Cape Fear Otolaryngology pays $359 a month to Time Warner Cable for a slower connection that frequently crashes trying to manage the load …"

"… a month for a faster line. Mansfield said as a businessman he understands Time Warner Cable’s refusal to upgrade its network in Fayetteville, because the return on …"

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"… Comcast Corp. tries to convince the federal government to permit it to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45 billion, opponents of the deal will inevitably bring up peopl …"

"… etrics to define success. Now the cable and broadband giant, wants to buy Time Warner Cable, and again in an attempt to show regulators the deal is in the public inte …"

"… ehind the creation of Internet Essentials and is in charge of steering the Time Warner Cable deal through regulatory approvals and political opposition. He calls the 1 …"

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"… t look at the big picture.”       …"

"… anic Chamber of Commerce ($320,000). Indeed, the USHCC hailed the Comcast-Time Warner Cable announcement on the same day the deal was announced for “forging an inno …"

"… ncreased capacity to deliver ground-breaking products.” Support for the Time Warner Cable deal from the National Council of La Raza, the nation’s largest Hispanic …"

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"… o convince lawmakers and regulators to support its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc., don’t expect much opposition from the companies' biggest rivals. …"

"… t elected in 2008. Charter Communications Inc., which was close to buying Time Warner Cable before Comcast undercut it with last week's deal, would be viewed as a sor …"

"… from 2009 and 2011, the first years of the 2010 and 2012 election cycles. Time Warner Cable spent much less on lobbying in 2013 -- $8.3 million – but it still dwarf …"