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  • Why John Malone's Liberty Is Virtually Closing the Book on Barnes & Noble

    Liberty Media said it will sell about 90% of its stake in Barnes & Noble, a blow to the bookseller that was once an acquisition target by John Malone's conglomerate. The major reduction in Liberty's B&N ownership, announced Thursday, comes as Liberty...
  • Comcast, Time Warner Cable Defend Union as Benefiting 'Millions' in FCC Filing

    Comcast's $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable will benefit millions of consumers and businesses -- particularly in enhanced broadband services -- the companies said in a joint FCC filing today. They also dismissed critics' objections that the...
  • Comcast defends Time Warner Cable merger plan in FCC filing

    Comcast defends Time Warner Cable merger plan in FCC filing
    Comcast Corp., already the nation's largest cable and Internet provider, says it needs to get bigger to compete against the formidable giants of Silicon Valley. The Philadelphia-based cable behemoth said in a government filing Tuesday that its...
  • Comcast, TW Cable Execs Grilled By Skeptical Senators at Merger Hearing

    Senators grilled Comcast and Time Warner Cable executives on an array of competitive concerns over their proposed merger at a Capitol Hill hearing on Wednesday, but one of the most frequently asked questions was very simple: Will consumers see higher...
  • Lawmakers gripe about cable deal. Murdoch talks. Jane Pauley's back.

    Lawmakers gripe about cable deal. Murdoch talks. Jane Pauley's back.
    After the coffee. Before getting ready for Passover. The Skinny: I've gotten so deep into "Sons of Anarchy" that I'm two episodes behind on "The Americans." I need to catch up tonight. Today's roundup includes recaps of the Senate hearing about the...
  • Spat between Dodgers, Time Warner Cable and DirecTV moves out of town

    The tensions between DirecTV and the Dodgers and Time Warner Cable over the team-owned channel SportsNet LA are extending beyond the Los Angeles city limits. Dodgers officials and executives from Time Warner Cable -- which distributes SportsNet LA --...
  • NBCUniversal Shuts Down DailyCandy, Television Without Pity Websites

    NBCUniversal is pulling the plug on two websites -- femme-focused DailyCandy and snark-fueled Television Without Pity -- after the media company evidently failed to find buyers for the properties. The shutdowns, first reported by Re/code, affect 64...
  • Apps making car connectivity like smartphones

    Apps making car connectivity like smartphones
    TORONTO (Reuters) - Searching for that elusive parking spot or a nearby attraction? Forget about consulting your smartphone, just look at the car dashboard. Whether it is streaming music and listening to audio books, or even ordering a pizza, apps are...
  • 'Noah' to sail to first place. ABC's McFadden jumps ship to NBC.

    'Noah' to sail to first place. ABC's McFadden jumps ship to NBC.
    After the coffee. Before getting my cats a water fountain. The Skinny: I've started watching "Sons of Anarchy" on Netflix. While I am enjoying Season 1 I'm not sure  if I'm willing to commit to the series. I do want a vest though! Friday's roundup...
  • Still Fighting, Charter Urges TW Cable Shareholders to Nix Comcast Deal

    It's not over 'til it's over: Charter Communications, after being outbid by Comcast's $45 billion offer for Time Warner Cable, is encouraging TW Cable stockholders to vote against the planned union for multiple reasons. Charter had made several offers to...
  • NSA chief's legacy is shaped by big data, for better and worse

    NSA chief's legacy is shaped by big data, for better and worse
    FT. MEADE, Md. — In nearly nine years as head of the nation's largest intelligence agency, Gen. Keith Alexander presided over a vast expansion of digital spying, acquiring information in a volume his predecessors would have found unimaginable....