Who are the biggest losers in the Comcast merger? Charter Communications is most obvious, but television companies also face risk.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Comcast is preparing to buy Time Warner Cable in an all stock deal worth $159 per Time Warner Cable share, according to CNBC sources.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Time Warner Cable CEO Robert Marcus responds to Charter Communications' move to nominate 13 names to the Time Warner board. Jim Cramer says he would buy, not sell, Charter on the news.
CNBC's David Faber reports Charter Communications nominated 13 names to the Time Warner Cable board of directors. Jim Cramer provides insight.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
Companies in the news before Monday's bell.
Comcast reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue on Tuesday that exceeded Wall Street's expectations.
Comcast may buy New York City, North Carolina and New England assets from Charter if Time Warner shareholders approve a Charter takeover.
T. Rowe Price is urging Time Warner Cable to engage with Charter Communications about its bid, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
The biggest global deal trends of last year are already showing up in the first month of 2014, including media consolidation and bets on Japan.
The "Fast Money" pros address the top issues of this past week.
Charter Communications reached out to Comcast about teaming up to buy Time Warner Cable, after the larger rival rejected its takeover bid.
A number of Time Warner Cable shareholders would support a merger with Charter Communications if Charter raises its current bid for the larger rival to $41 billion or more, according to people close to the matter.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
US. stocks advanced on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 rebounding after its largest decline in two months.
"Charter is not doing any better than Time Warner Cable," says Porter Bibb, MediaTech Capital Partners, in discussing the cable industry, and a potential deal for Time Warner Cable.
Charter CEO Tom Rutledge defends his rejected takeover bid for Time Warner Cable, saying it would turnaround TWC and keep subscribers from leaving the cable company in droves.
Time Warner Cable rejected a merger proposal from Charter Communications. Tom Rutledge, Charter Communications president and CEO, explains the offer as he describes as "rich and fair." We feel like we've come a far way and have not received a serious response, Rutledge says.