John C. Malone

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  • Conn. man charged with strangling wife

    A New Britain man is facing a charge of strangling his wife to death.

  • Comcast Corp. announced Feb. 13 that it is buying Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45.2 billion in stock. The deal combines two of the nation's top pay-TV and Internet service companies and makes Comcast, which also owns NBC Universal, a dominant force in creating and delivering entertainment to American homes. (Associated Press)

    Comcast acquisition deal for Time Warner primed to transform the cable box

    Comcast Corp.'s blockbuster $45.2 billion deal to acquire top rival Time Warner Cable will further transform the cable landscape, creating the first national cable network and presenting new challenges for rivals, regulators and viewers from Los Angeles to New York City.

  • Charter shares soar on Malone's reported interest

    Shares of cable TV operator Charter Communications jumped Monday after The Wall Street Journal reported that John Malone's Liberty Media Corp. is near a deal to buy a 25 percent stake in the company for $2.5 billion.

  • Liberty Global to buy Virgin Media for $16B

    Liberty Global Inc., the cable TV operator controlled by media mogul John Malone, is buying U.K.-based Virgin Media Inc. in a $16 billion deal that steps up the rivalry between Malone and fellow billionaire Rupert Murdoch.

  • Liberty boosts Sirius XM stake, aims for control

    Liberty Media Corp. said Friday it has boosted its stake in Sirius XM Radio Inc. and intends to take control of the satellite radio broadcaster if federal authorities approve.

  • Barnes & Noble's Nook electronic reader now accounts for 28 percent of the market for those devices. It has the potential to go beyond books to deliver all types of digital products, including music, magazines, TV shows and movies. Cable television mogul John Malone is offering $1 billion to buy the bookstore chain. (Associated Press)

    Nook is hook behind Malone's bid for Barnes & Noble

    John Malone, who made a fortune in cable television, is offering $1 billion for Barnes & Noble — not betting on the books-and-mortar past, analysts say, but the promise of the electronic future.

  • Diller resigns from Live Nation board

    Billionaire media mogul Barry Diller has resigned from the board of concert promoter Live Nation, capping a battle with another media tycoon, John Malone.

  • AP Source: Diller resigns from Live Nation in spat

    Barry Diller, the media mogul who claimed credit for the merger of Live Nation and Ticketmaster, will resign as chairman of the merged company after a boardroom power struggle with another media giant and director, John Malone, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

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