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Time Warner Cable CEO calls Comcast merger ‘a dream combination’

12
Mar
2014

Apparently blind to rising consumer unrest around the deal, Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus acted as a cheerleader for the proposed merger between his company and Comcast during a speaking engagement today. The combination truly is a dream combination, he said at the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet Telecom Conference. Last month, Comcast — the largest cable provider in the US — announced its intent to acquire second-place Time Warner Cable for $45 billion. If approved, the merger would allow Comcast to offer service (either cable or internet) to two-thirds of American households.

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