A series of meetings at the Justice Department earlier in the week led to the decision by Comcast to drop the deal with Time Warner Cable.» Read More
Comcast's Roberts said Friday the media giant had made good case for its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable, but now it's "time to move on."
Comcast on Friday called off its proposed $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and its prior agreement with Charter Communications.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the future of delivering content on the heels of Comcast's decision to walk away from its bid for Time Warner Cable.
Brian Roberts, Comcast chairman & CEO, discusses the decision to terminate its bid for Time Warner Cable. We have to move on, says Roberts.
The "Squawk Box" crew discuss Comcast's announcement it will drop its bid for Time Warner Cable.
Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on Verizon's "skinny bundle," and the unbundling of television content.
Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on where Time Warner Cable and CEO Robert Marcus go from here now that it appears the Comcast-TWC merger will not go through.
Richard Parson, former Time Warner CEO, shares his thoughts on why the Comcast-TWC deal went cold.
Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst, shares his thoughts on the outlook for broadcasting content and Comcast's key mistake in not giving in to Netflix.
I think wireless makes a lot of sense, says Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst, sharing his thoughts on where Comcast to make its next acquisition.
Reed Hundt, REH Advisors and former FCC chairman, says he thinks the DirecTV-AT&T will likely go through and weighs in on the future of media mergers under a different administration.
I don't think there was any way Comcast could have saved it, says Reed Hundt, REH Advisors and former FCC chairman, providing insight to Comcast's bid for Time Warner Cable.
Nobody looks at what the consumer has access to, says Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder, sharing his thoughts on the prospects of a Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal, and the future of delivering television content.
Robert Johnson, RLJ Companies founder, weighs in on the health of the housing market and overall economy.
A battle is brewing between Verizon and media companies who provide content to its FiOS TV service.
Jennifer Fritsche, Wells Fargo Securities analyst, discusses Verizon's quarterly results and weighs in on the company's cable bundling packages.
After two years of screening "Game of Thrones" every Sunday, Brooklyn's Videology has been told by HBO the party's over.
I think the government is going to want something very substantial, says Richard Greenfield, BTIG analyst, providing his thoughts on the upcoming meeting between Justice officials and Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Ben White, Politico, and Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, discuss the upcoming talks between Comcast and the Justice Department.
Richard Tullo, Albert Fried and Company, and Amy Yong, Macquarie Research, discuss if consumers will buy Verizon's sliced up bundle plan and forecasts the future of cable providers.