Comcast Pops Into Time Warner Cable-Charter Drama

November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/22/2013, p00
The article reports on the all-time high record of stocks of cable telecommunication company Time Warner Cable Inc. amid issues that cable television provider Charter Communication Inc. is planning to make a formal acquisition offer. The record also emerged amid plans of Comcast Corp. to purchase Time Warner under antitrust and ownership rules. The pressure on Charter and Time Warner to improve financial results amid hefty stock gains in 2013 is also tackled.


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