The $45 billion deal has the potential to shake up the pay-TV business -- or does it? CNET explains how it affects you.
Technically Incorrect: A California woman gets a letter from Time Warner Cable, with her first name changed to the C-word.
[commentary] Recent developments in Comcast's efforts to merge with Time Warner Cable suggest the deal will go through...eventually.
In its first official filing with the FCC, Comcast details why its merger with Time Warner Cable is a good idea, and it tries to lay to rest competitive concerns.
Comcast has risked almost nothing in its $45.2 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable, according to a filing with the SEC.
Some states have joined the effort to investigate Comcast's proposed $45.2 billion buyout of Time Warner Cable.
Despite criticism from media giants and some lawmakers, Time Warner Cable's CEO Rob Marcus thinks his company's $45.2 billion deal with Comcast is a slam dunk.
If the US government allows this acquisition to go through, it has to make the deal conditional on a spin-off of the content business.
CNET's Charles Cooper is still waiting to hear a convincing argument that what's good for Time Warner Cable and Comcast is good for the United States.
The deal would join the No. 1 and No. 2 cable companies in the US to create a pay-television behemoth -- but get ready for the antitrust backlash.