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The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on road salt shortages and water main breaks in the Northeast.
Michael Copps, former FCC commissioner, and Al Sikes, former FCC chairman discuss Comcast's acquisition of Time Warner Cable. Copps feels no one company should have that much power.
Former chairman and CEO of Time Warner Gerald Levin expresses excitement for Comcast's acquisition of Time Warner Cable and sees many opportunities for innovation.
Comcast's planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable may be good news for sports fans; less so for budget-conscious subscribers.
Discussing if the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable is a good deal for consumers and if it will have any effect on internet giants Netflix and Google, with Stacey Higginbotham, Gigaom senior writer, and Andy Hargreaves, Pacific Crest Securities senior research analyst.
Who are the biggest losers in the Comcast merger? Charter Communications is most obvious, but television companies also face risk.
Discussing the consumption of online content, and who will benefit from the winter storm, with BuzzFeed president Jon Steinberg, and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Regulators are likely to zero in on Comcast-Time Warner Cable's commitment to an open Internet, a former FCC chairman told CNBC.
Reed Hundt discusses the future of broadband and the approval process for the Time Warner Cable and Comcast merger.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt about Comcast and Time Warner Cables' merger. This deal is definitely too big to sail through agencies without scrutiny, he says.
Leslie Moonves, CBS president & CEO, discusses the power and monetization of his company's content and comments on the stock repurchase moves of CBS.
Everyone was pretty surprised by the huge deal, says Leslie Moonves, CBS president & CEO, discussing the deal for Comcast to acquire Time Warner Cable.
CNBC's David Faber breaks down the deal between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and explains why it may take up to one year for the merger to get approval from the FCC.
CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer provide analysis on the deal between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and discuss what FCC issues Comcast may face.
CNBC's David Faber breaks down the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts said he's confident the deal to acquire Time Warner Cable will be approved.
Tim Farrar, Analyst at TMF Associates, says if the deal is approved, it will allow Comcast to maintain its leadership in the cable market.
Comcast is preparing to buy Time Warner Cable in an all stock deal worth $159 per Time Warner Cable share, according to CNBC sources.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.