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Time Warner Cable Seeks to Reassure After Failed Comcast Deal

Revenue, profits fall short of view, but cable operator points to strong user growth

The report comes just a week after its $45 billion deal to be bought by Comcast Corp. fell apart amid increasing pressure from regulators. The deal had promised to reshape the media landscape—forcing TV channel-owners and other pay-TV operators to contemplate their own mergers…[READ MORE]

By Chelsey Dulaney And Shalini Ramachandran

The Wall Street Journal

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