February 13, 2014 7:38 PM

Questions surround deal between Comcast and Time Warner Cable

If regulators approve the $45.2 billion deal, Time Warner Cable’s shareholders will get richer, but the benefits for consumers are decidedly unclear. Some critics say the deal will be flat out bad for users of Time Warner Cable’s TV service and broadband Internet. But Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast, said the merger would be “pro-consumer” and “in the public’s interest.”

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