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Cutting the cord: Not so fast � cable's not going anywhere
Comcast Corp. is in the process of buying Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45 billion, which would make it by far the largest TV and broadband provider.
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Not so fast, cord cutters
Comcast Corp. is in the process of buying Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45 billion, which would make it by far the largest TV and broadband provider.
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John Carroll rolled to a 71-7 win over Capital
Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, ... Fans can watch the game on Time Warner Cable 311/1311 (HD) at 10 p.m. Saturday, 12 a.m. Monday and noon Tuesday. Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc. All ...
Netflix, Amazon Off On A Spending Spree
RBC Capital Markets reported that the top three �Subscription Video on Demand� (SVOD) service providers - Netflix Inc. (NFLX), Amazon.
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AT&T Is A Good Dividend Investment Here (T)
Those looking for a steady dividend payer may want to consider US-based telecommunications giant AT&T (NYSE:T) right now. The company posted lukewarm quarterly earnings, but the stock market knocked shares down by almost four percentage points on ...
Tablets, Cars Drive AT&T Wireless Gains  Top Tech News
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Fewer customers drop Comcast cable subscriptions
Comcast shares were up 3.4 percent at $53.25 in early afternoon trading. The decrease in cable subscriptions is a closely watched figure that has taken on greater import given two major announcements from Time Warner Inc's HBO and CBS Corp last week.
Comcast wins more Internet customers, ad sales up  CT Post
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What to Watch in the Week Ahead and on Monday, Oct. 27
Generic drugmaker Mylan Inc posts results for the third quarter on Thursday. Another U.S. drugmaker AbbVie Inc is scheduled to report on Friday.
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TLC cancels reality TV program 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo'
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Cable television network TLC on Friday said it has canceled "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," the popular cable reality series, about a rural Georgia family and their precocious beauty pageant daughter. TLC, owned by Discovery ...
TLC cancels reality TV programme 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo'  Reuters UK
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Tolling procurement underway, again
The potential conflict of interest existed between ClearStrategy Consulting LLC, a subcontractor of Computer Aid Inc., the board's tolling adviser, and Gude Management Group LLC, a Kapsch subcontractor.
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Travel Channel, Time Inc. Partner for 'Sports Illustrated' Specials
Travel Channel has teamed up with Time Inc. for Sports Illustrated: The Making of Swimsuit 2015, produced by the magazine. The five one-hour specials will anchor Travel's "Beach Week" multi-platform programming scheduled for February 2015.
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