TWC's CEO says FCC's focus on net neutrality, other acquisitions could hold up Comcast deal

Whether it's net neutrality, AT&T's (NYSE: T) proposed acquisition of DirecTV or Sprint's (NYSE: S) desire to purchase T-Mobile US coming to fruition, it's clear that the FCC has a lot on its plate this year. These issues prompted Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) CEO Rob Marcus to tell his employees in a memo last week that the regulator probably won't complete its review of the $45 billion mega merger with Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) this year. Read more

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