Comcast is trying to win public support for its planned $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, which the company announced earlier this year. Today at the CODE Conference, Comcast CEO Brian ... more 
Comcast is trying to win public support for its planned $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, which the company announced earlier this year. Today at the CODE Conference, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said there’s enough competition in the market to support its plans, while downplaying concerns raised by Netflix and others. The Time Warner Cable deal, which would combine the No. 1 and No. 2 cable providers, would leave Comcast with a combined 30 million video subscribers and make it the dominant video and broadband provider in 19 of the top 20 residential markets in the U.S. less 
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