Sometimes it pays to come in second: Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus stands to collect a whopping $91.9 million if the deal to sell his company to Charter Communications goes through, according to a 700-plus page preliminary proxy filed...Show More Summary
Reed Hastings, the founder and CEO of Netflix, took his company from a mom-and-pop DVD operation to a $40-billion global media behemoth that is now squaring off with companies like Comcast and Time Warner In a new video, Hastings discussed...Show More Summary
Variety reports Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes showcased teaser trailers for Zack Snyder's superhero event film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and the Johnny Depp starring mob movie "Black Mass" at an annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia today. Show More Summary
"I would like to know how much Mr. Clooney has received, how much money is going to Lebanon and to his wife," a shareholder questioned CEO Jeff Bewkes. read more
To hear the chief executive of Charter Communications tell it, his company's acquisition of Time Warner Cable will mean a better broadband experience for all.
"We're a different company than Comcast." Those were the words of Charter CEO Tom Rutledge when asked how he expected to get his company's $79-billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable (TWC) past U.S. regulators It's a timely question, and one crucial to the deal. Show More Summary
Charter Communications said Tuesday that it was buying Time Warner Cable for $55 billion, just one month after Comcast withdrew its bid for the nation's second-largest cable company. Charter chief executive Tom Rutledge spent a few minutes chatting with The Washington Post about the deal, his company's future and the fate of the cable industry. Show More Summary
The CEO of Charter Communications says the company will start to offer Sports Net LA within a few weeks, while its $56 billion deal for Time Warner Cable proceeds.
CEO Rob Marcus rejected a bid from his smaller rival last year, balking at the leverage, cash and stock on offer. Those terms haven’t changed much but the price has gone up appreciably, to $56 bln. Time Warner Cable provides a reminder about what really matters in deal talks.
In the wake of news that Charter Communications is set to buy Time Warner Cable, battle lines appear to already be forming. Deadline.com reports that one key player, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, has voiced support for the merger. Roberts, whose...
Tom Rutledge spoke to analysts on a conference call following the company's deal to acquire Time Warner Cable. read more
(Reuters) - Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler reached out to the chief executives of Time Warner Cable Inc and Charter Communications Inc to convey that the agency is not against cable deals, the Wall Street Journal reported. Show More Summary
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has a message for cable chiefs: just because regulators leaned against the Comcast Corp.-Time Warner Cable Inc. merger, doesn’t mean all future cable deals are doomed.
More than a year after it was first proposed, the $45 billion merger between Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable, Inc. (NYSE: TWC) was canceled last month. The deal would have
In what could be a harbinger of shifting music industry trends, Warner Music Group CEO Stephen Cooper said on Monday that revenue from licensing tracks to streaming services like Spotify outpaced income from digital download sales.
Cablevision CEO James Dolan publicly lobbed the idea of a deal with Time Warner Cable to consolidate the New York market.
Cablevision CEO James Dolan was speaking on a stage Wednesday with CEOs of most of the country's biggest cable companies, excepting Comcast, at an event at an industry trade show in Chicago. Comcast's $45 billion bid for Time WarnerShow More Summary
James Dolan talks about deals with Time Warner Cable and others in his home market, while Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries criticizes the FCC’s “terrible regulation.” read more
Cablevision shares jolted to +7.1% a little while ago after CEO Jim Dolan acknowledged in a panel at the INTX confab something that most cable industry watchers have long suspected: He’d like Time Warner Cable — which serves Manhattan...Show More Summary
The CEO of Cablevision Systems revealed today that he’s looking to do a deal with Time Warner Cable to consolidate the New York cable market. James Dolan made the comment during a panel discussion at the Internet & Television Expo.....