Comcast To Lose 3.9 Million Subscribers As Part Of Cable Deal - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Comcast said it would sell businesses resulting in a loss of 3.9 million video customers as part of its proposed $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable. Comcast and Charter said in a statement, as part of the deal, Charter Communications will acquire about 1.4 million Time Warner Cable subscribers, making it the second-largest cable operator in the United States.



Related Videos

Most Popular Videos

Latest Videos


Most Active by Volume

Company Last Sale Change Net / %
FCX $ 10.64 0.14 ▲ 1.33%
BAC $ 16.33 0.03 ▼ 0.18%
AAPL $ 112.87 0.42 ▼ 0.37%
PBR $ 5.869 0.09 ▲ 1.54%
INTC $ 28.605 0.19 ▲ 0.65%
SUNE $ 10.37 0.07 ▲ 0.68%
QQQ $ 104.44 1.18 ▼ 1.12%
F $ 13.86 0.12 ▲ 0.87%

As of 8/31/2015, 03:58 PM