Comcast & Time Warner Cable: The Merge

This case study outlines the history of Comcast & Time Warner Cable, up to the recent announcement of a definitive agreement for TWC to merge with Comcast. The transaction will "create a leading technology and innovation company, differentiated by its ability to deliver ground-breaking products on a superior network while leveraging a national platform to create operating efficiencies and economies of scale."

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    Comcast agrees to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion

    Comcast said Thursday it had agreed to buy Time Warner Cable for $45 billion in a deal that would combine the two biggest cable companies in the United States. If the deal is approved, the combined group will be the country's dominant provider of television channels and Internet connections, reaching roughly one in three American homes.

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    Comcast And Time Warner Confirm Plans To Merge In A $45.2 Billion Cable Mega-Deal

    Comcast and Time Warner Cable have confirmed that they are planning to merge. Comcast has agreed to buy 100% of Time Warner Cable's 284.9 million shares for $45.2 billion. This comes out to $158.82 per share. The story was first broken on Wednesday evening by CNBC's David Faber.

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    Time Warner Cable to Merge with Comcast Corporation to Create a World-Class Technology and Media Company

    Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) and Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) today announced that their Boards of Directors have approved a definitive agreement for Time Warner Cable to merge with Comcast. The agreement is a friendly, stock-for-stock transaction in which Comcast will acquire 100 percent of Time Warner Cable's 284.9 million shares outstanding for shares of CMCSA amounting to approximately $45.2 billion in equity value.

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    How the US could block the Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger

    Comcast's $45.2 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable (TWC) is expected to be thoroughly scrutinized by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and it could be blocked if the agencies decide the merger would significantly reduce competition and harm consumers.

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    Key Dates in the History of Comcast Corporation

    Comcast Corp. announced Tuesday that it plans to buy the rest of NBCUniversal from General Electric Co. years ahead of schedule. Comcast now owns 51 percent, and GE the remaining 49 percent. Comcast expects to get full ownership by the end of March.

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    An in-depth Timeline of Comcast Corporation

    Comcast brings together the best in media and technology.

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    Some Pros & Cons of the Merge

    Comcast is the largest cable and Internet provider in the country, and it wants to buy the second-largest provider in the country, Time Warner Cable. This tentative merger is going to raise a lot of issues with federal regulators, especially since this marriage would give one corporation total control over the U.S.'

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    The monster Comcast deal to takeover Time Warner Cable

    Brian Stelter and Free Press President and CEO Craig Aaron analyze Comcast's proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable. More from CNN at To . How good would a combined Comcast and Time Warner Cable be for the company's customers? That's one of the big question revolving around the blockbuster deal..

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    Comcast Confirms $45 Billion Time Warner Cable Deal - Stuart Varney

    Comcast Confirms $45 Billion Time Warner Cable Deal - Stuart Varney ==============================­=========­=­=== **Please Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More "Mass Tea Party" Videos: ==============================­=========­=­===

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