Comcast's subscriber-divestment options include spinoff

03/2/2014 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Comcast could move to create a publicly traded company with the 3 million cable subscribers it will likely divest as part of its merger with Time Warner Cable. The creation of a new competitor could help satisfy regulators, and the resulting company would rank as the fourth-biggest cable provider in the U.S. Charter Communications, Bright House Networks and Suddenlink Communications reportedly are interested in acquiring the subscribers.

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