US TV giant
The agreement, which still needs to be approved by regulators and shareholders, will create America's largest cable and broadband provider, with combined revenues of
The "friendly, stock-for-stock deal", as it was termed yesterday, will see
Concerns yesterday turned to regulators who will scrutinise the deal, and its impact on consumers.
"Significantly, it will not reduce competition in any relevant market because our companies do not overlap or compete with each other,"
The deal, which was signed off by both boards of directors at
Shareholders like hedge fund manager
The deal, which is the third largest M&A deal since the financial crisis, will also benefit financial advisers. TWC's deal makers
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