The country’s two largest broadband companies could become one. Comcast confirmed this morning that it is purchasing its largest competitor, Time Warner Cable, for $45.2 billion or $159 per share. Here’s our coverage so far:
- It’s official: Comcast to acquire Time Warner Cable for $45.2B
- The potential winners and losers if Comcast buys Time Warner Cable
- Comcast claims competition from Google Fiber, Netflix & Hulu are reasons to approve merger
- Comcast and Time Warner Cable: Forget TV, it’s all about broadband
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