Time Warner to Acquire Insight Communications

Noto, Anthony
August 2011
High Yield Report;8/15/2011, p17
The article reports on the confirmation by Time Warner Cable Inc. on its decision to take Insight Communications Co. Inc. from private equity (PE) in the amount of three billion U.S. dollars. Insight is a New York-based company that provides cable and high-speed Internet services to 750,000 customers in Indiana, Kebtucky and Ohio. In April 2010, Insight sold a 42 percent stake in the company to PE firms Crestview Partners and MidOcean Partners.


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