Cable rage is real, and a study of 3,000 customers proves it.
Some of the key figures at the recent Comcast-Time Warner Cable hearing share a connection.
The deal would give Comcast more than 40 percent of the home broadband market and 30 percent of cable subscribers.
The company says it's held up its end of every merger deal.
Comcast is a powerful company. It would be even more powerful if it acquired Time Warner Cable.
Not all mergers turn out the way we expect them to, according to a George Mason University researcher.
The more concentrated the broadband market becomes, the stronger the argument for regulation will be.
If approved, a merger would concentrate an enormous amount of power in Comcast to dictate downstream effects.
A Q&A with Seattle Mayor and gigabit fiber advocate Mike McGinn.
Comcast is supporting an effort to defeat a mayor whose broadband policies threatened its market share, disclosures suggest.