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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.
Comcast Corp. has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45.2 billion in stock, or $158.82 per share, two people familiar with the matter said late Wednesday.
Time Warner Cable is offering customers a $5 credit after a blackout caused many in the Los-Angeles area to miss the first hour of the Super Bowl.
Bruno Mars says he feels honored the NFL is letting him perform at the Super Bowl halftime show even though he's still a budding artist.
Brian McCann arrived at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 19 and was greeted on the field by CC Sabathia and the pitcher's kids.
The public remains deeply skeptical about Obamacare. Several new polls find that most people still think it's a bad idea, and opinions divide not just between liberals and conservatives, but rankle everybody.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have a new look during the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship as Hendrick Motorports has finally sold the remaining inventory on his No. 88 Chevrolet.
From Sports Illustrated to People to its namesake magazine, Time Inc., was always an innovator. But now when the troubled magazine industry is facing its greatest challenge, the company Henry Luce founded is struggling to find its way in a digital world.