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Rep. Tony Cárdenas is coming out against the $45 billion deal.
Industry groups are blasting news of tough net neutralty rules.
A trade association representing small- and medium-sized companies wants protections.
The review will restart on Jan. 12.
Regulators have resumed their informal 180-day shot clock on a pair of multi-billion dollar mergers.
The documents detail companies' relationships with cable providers.
FCC may make cable, satellite and radio companies post data on political ad buys.
The FCC is pausing its "shot clock" for both the Comcast and AT&T mergers.
Comcast is defending its proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable.
Rep. Brad Sherman is already worried about next year.
The public interest group is offering to pay one month’s cable bill for the winner.
An executive wrote that the deal “is pro-consumer, pro-competitive, and strongly in the public...
The $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable increasingly appears in peril.
The new group is made up of Comptel, NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, and the Independent...
The FCC's public comment period closes on Tuesday.
Sens. Bob Casey and Pat Toomey want the FCC to approve the company's merger.
Dish Network, consumer groups and Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze TV are joining forces.
Bill de Blasio warned the merger could have “far-reaching impacts."
Sen. Patrick Leahy is putting four top Web providers on the spot.
If approved, Comcast would have “unprecedented control” over the market, critics warned.
Rep. Tony Cárdenas said the FCC should be watching.
The game is on. Spurred by strong consumer demand, broadband infrastructure providers are investing...
He said the deal with Time Warner Cable would "jeopardize the free flow of information."
Monday remains the final day for the first round of comments on the merger.