There may have been a blizzard outside Comcast and Time Warner Cable's headquarters in Philadelphia and New York Thursday, but the real flurry of activity occurred over the past week as the two largest cable companies in the U.S. reached a $45.2 billion deal for Comcast to buy TWC.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts said that they signed the deal paperwork at 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning, speaking on a Thursday morning conference call with reporters and execs from both companies.
Austin Denesuk's insight:
News coverage on the controversial Comcast-TWC deal continues.
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