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.
Readers complain about Comcast and discuss the serendipity of Timothy B. Lee's name.
Comcast's network has gotten a lot faster. But only those who pay a premium have seen big improvements.
Net neutrality is irrelevant. Here's what we should be debating instead.