Crossing the Rubicon: Why the Comcast/Time Warner merger should be blocked
Tuesday, 25 February 2014 (8 months ago)
Allen Grunes and Maurice Stucke
Comcast and Time Warner Cable say their proposed $45 billion merger would not raise prices – and would lead instead to real benefits – for cable customers across the country. But the deal raises serious concerns of a creeping monopolist and the ability of a powerful media buyer to harm rivals, write University of Tennessee professor and GeyerGorey of counsel Maurice E Stucke and GeyerGorey partner Allen P Grunes.
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