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Whether Cable MVNOs Succeed or Fail, M&A Between Cable and Wireless Providers Looms

As cable companies prepare to enter the wireless market with mobile virtual networks operators (MVNOs), providing wireless services using the networks of telecom carriers,featured

Hawaii PUC Denies Intervenor Status to Charter Communications and Union

The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission has turned down requests by companies affiliated with Charter Communications, Inc.,featured

Altice Executives Deny Pursuit of Charter

Altice’s CEOs denied that the company is in active pursuit of Charter Communications. To Keep Reading, Request a Trial Already a subscriber? Log-infeatured

Sprint’s Preferred Partner Is A Cable Company

Sprint is mulling a number of options with a number of parties, but the No.4 US wireless carrier’s ideal partnerfeatured

Verizon Watching Time Warner/AT&T Before Deciding on Deals, Bankers Say

Verizon is watching AT&T as it goes through the regulatory process for its $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner before reaching conclusions about its own big ticket M&A, saidfeatured

California Advocate Sees Some Deficiencies in ALJ’s Time Warner Cable/Charter Decision

Updated at 3:36pm – The independent watchdog agency within the California Public Utilities Commission expressed dissatisfaction Wednesday with an administrative law judge’s revised conditions as proposed for the merger of Charter Communications with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks in state. Ana Maria Johnson, program and project supervisor with the Office of Ratepayer Advocates, … Read Morefeatured

CPUC Vote Looms in Time Warner Cable/Charter Merger

Updated May 11, 2016, 10:21am – The California Public Utilities Commission is poised to issue its highly-anticipated decision on Thursday in the pending mega-merger of Charter Communications with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks as all sides in the controversial transaction have conducted last-minute lobbying of the five commissioners. Procedurally, the commission could order … Read Morefeatured

Intense Lobbying for Conditions as FCC Majority Approves Time Warner Cable/Charter

A flurry of last-minute lobbying of commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission by critics of the proposed mega-merger of Charter Communications with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks was greeted with the news Thursday that a majority of the five-member FCC will approve the transaction. Details of the deal were still being worked out, … Read Morefeatured

CPUC Likely to Approve ALJ’s Time Warner Cable/Charter Decision

The five-member California Public Utilities Commission will likely approve an administrative law judge’s proposed decision urging approval with conditions of the $80.9 billion deal by Charter for Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, according to a key critic of the merger who is an intervenor in the commission’s proceedings. “We oppose the merger, so … Read Morefeatured

Charter Uses Diversity to Tout Time Warner Cable Merger Benefits

In their final push to win merger approval in California, Charter Communications and its transaction partners, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, have offered up a modified list of diversity goals with the Golden State in mind. The companies used a similar tactic earlier this year to sweeten the deal before New York officials … Read Morefeatured


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