Hedge funds are loving Apple, Amazon, Time Warner Cable, Alphabet, Facebook and Allergan. That is according to some research from Goldman Sachs, which put together a "Very Important Long Position List." These stocks are the ones that...Show More Summary
AT&T and Verizon struggle to get new customers while cable soars.
Time Warner Cable is trying to be in the news business, and is currently engaging in such efforts in 22 locations in five states. Unless it wants to be yet another unreliable, hopelessly biased news source, it needs to try harder. Take...Show More Summary
The North Carolina city of Greensboro put their collective foot down in regards to gun violence by holding a gun-turn-in program to get guns off the street. Time Warner Cable News reports on the big numbers; Almost 1000 people took “A Pledge of Non-Violence” Saturday at Destiny Christian Center in Greensboro. This was to show […]
FactSet Research’s Andrew Birstingl has an analysis of 3Q holdings among the top 50 hedge funds. Time Warner Cable (TWC) was the most overweighted name, followed by specialty drug maker Allergan (AGN). The biggest purchases in termsShow More Summary
WASHINGTON — Thousands of Time Warner Cable Inc. customers who bought their own modems for high-speed Internet service could end up paying to rent one anyway after Charter Communications Inc. completes its proposed purchase of the company. Charter is the only major pay-TV provider that bundles...
Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, Nov. 14, 2015 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • David Wax Museum at Evening Muse • Stevie Wonder at Time Warner Cable Arena • Two Rooms at Upstage • GFW Presents: The Chop Shop Finale at Chop Shop • 2015 Charlotte GAA Beer Olympics at Tyber Creek Pub …
On the heels of Time Warner Cable's streaming test for its internet customers, Comcast's Stream TV is live in the Boston area. That's if you're paying for Xfinity internet service, of course. Announced back in July, the service gives...Show More Summary
Colorado is one of roughly twenty states where incumbent ISPs like Comcast, Time Warner Cable, CenturyLink, and AT&T have quite literally purchased protectionist state telecom laws that prohibit towns and cities from building their own broadband networks, or in some cases even partnering with private industry to improve existing ones. Show More Summary
Time Warner Cable announced on Monday that it had officially begun its TWC TV Roku Trial in New York City and a few other locations, allowing participating customers to replace their cable boxes with Roku media players. Even without a cable box, the trial customers will still have access to over 300 live channels and 20,000 On Demand programs. Show More Summary
It looks like if you absolutely love the wireless lifestyle and happen to live in New York City, then there is a new option to stream live TV thanks to Time Warner Cable’s effort in kicking off its Roku TV beta service today. This unique...Show More Summary
Reports dropped a couple of weeks ago that Time Warner Cable was planning to roll out a cable-free streaming option to bring in more TV subscribers. The company has now confirmed that they’re definitely doing that… but not in as flexible a way as consumers had hoped. It’s less of a pure streaming over-the-top option and more of a simple …
Time Warner Cable has announced that it’s going to perform a trial run in which it will allow customers in New York City and New Jersey to use a Roku instead of its usual cable box. Read more...
We've been telling you about Time Warner Cable's plan to test streaming TV for its internet-only customers since before it was officially announced, but now customers can actually sign up for it. If having a cable box is part of what...Show More Summary
Years ago Time Warner Cable exerted enough pressure on AOL that when the company was a part of Time Warner that the senior team forced AOL to kill their fledgling VOIP service and ultimately AIM phone line, a service which could have rivaled Skype in its era. Show More Summary
If you succeed at being the gladhanding, politically connected Beltway insider who can sweet-talk regulators and legislators into approving an outrageously anticompetitive $45 billion merger of the nation’s two largest cable and Internet providers, then you probably deserve a raise. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, the FCC collected everyone’s comments about why Charter should or should not be allowed to go through with buying Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks in one massive merger. The next step in the process is for Charter to get to respond as to why they think the yea-sayers are right and the nay-sayers …
Time Warner Cable is preparing to trial a service that will eventually allow access to its TV packages while only having Internet with the company, the company revealed on Tuesday.
Confirming plans Engadget exclusively revealed to you, Time Warner Cable is very close to publicly testing a way for its internet-only customers to get TV services. Fundamentally the big change is that until now, to get TV service and access to its streaming TWC TV app, you needed to be a "TV" customer and have a cable box. Show More Summary