Cutting the cord

24 April 2015 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

When boss Rob Marcus lunged for Comcast’s $45 bln bid, he gave in to the buyer’s demand that it pay no fee if the deal got torpedoed. Now Marcus is empty-handed in a rapidly changing industry. Rival suitor Charter may return, but Time Warner Cable’s negotiating power is weaker.

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