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Glenn Britt, the former CEO and chairman of Time Warner Cable who stepped down last year, died at age 65. USA Today reports.
June 11- Glenn Britt, who served as CEO of Time Warner Cable Inc for more than a decade until late last year, has died of cancer, the company said on Wednesday.
The magazine publisher faces a shifting market with debts to pay as it begins trading Monday as an independent company.
June 9- Shares of Time Inc, home to titles such as People, Sports Illustrated and Time, fell more than 4 percent in their market debut, highlighting the problems besetting the U.S. magazine industry as readers switch to digital alternatives.
If you're among the many who want to stream Netflix's second season of "Orange is the New Black," and it starts buffering, who should you blame?
WASHINGTON, June 5- Sprint Corp and T-Mobile might have some fresh arguments to allay regulator skepticism about a merger, but the government may still be reluctant to approve shrinking the U.S. wireless market from four main players to three.
Prepaid cellphone plans in particular could get more expensive if a merger of Sprint and T-Mobile happens.
Time Warner Inc. is spinning off its magazine division into a stock called Time Inc. Betting against it is a risky move.
June 3- The former co-head of Morgan Stanley's investment bank, Paul Taubman, who has been behind some of the biggest U.S. deals this year, is launching his own advisory boutique, the Financial Times reported.
Star banker Paul Taubman is no longer a solo practitioner in providing advice to corporations, CNBC's David Faber reports.
Walter Piecyk, BTIG wireless research analyst, weighs in on consolidation in the media sector and whether the FCC could use deals to prompt competition in the industry.
Two months into the 2014 baseball season, 70 percent of televisions in Southern California can't tune into Dodgers games.
Comcast's $45 billion deal for Time Warner Cable would create a monopoly, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings told CNBC.
Comcast's $45 billion takeover of Time Warner will not inhibit competition of broadband or video, CEO Brian Roberts told CNBC.
There's no such thing as gate-keeping anymore, says Gerald Levin, former chairman & CEO of Time Warner, explaining why he supports the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Blocking the merger prevents innovation, says Levin.
Investors, take heed. From Apple to Comcast to Wal-Mart, some of the biggest corporate giants will be in the spotlight Wednesday at the Code Conference.
WASHINGTON, May 27- U.S. regulators should challenge the proposed $45 billion merger of the two largest American cable providers, Comcast Corp and Time Warner Cable Inc, the New York Times said in an editorial in Tuesday's newspaper.
Anyone who attended the groundbreaking D: All Things Digital conferences in the past will recognize the high-powered lineup of senior executives.
Even after a few high-profile acquisitions in the cable industry, Liberty Media CEO Gregory B. Maffei told CNBC more deals are likely.
Customer satisfaction with subscription TV and Internet service providers continues to decline, a survey finds.