Consolidation in the Broadband World

April 26, 2016

On Monday, the Federal Communications Commission and Department of Justice moved to approve two big acquisitions from Charter Communications to buy Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. The development clears the way for the creation of a cable and broadband juggernaut at a time when the number of options that consumers have for those services is narrowing, write Cecilia Kang and Emily Steel.


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